Netgear Nighthawk Pro Gaming XR1000 Review – The best Wi-Fi 6 router for the PS5, Xbox Series X & competitive gaming

If you have ever used a Netgear Router or mesh system, you will likely be familiar with their interface, both Orbi and Nighthawk use a very similar design and feature set. A couple of years ago, Netgear launched a new Nighthawk Pro router which uses something completely different, DumaOS. This has been built by UK … Read more

Cheap Phone Deals with Realme this Christmas: X50 Pro £529, 7 Pro £229, X3 SuperZoom £349

You can always count on Realme or Xiaomi to have some sort of sale on, and you should probably avoid paying full RRP whenever possible. If you didn’t pick something up on Prime Day in October, or Black Friday in November, now we have Christmas deals on, then inevitably January sales. For the Christmas sale, … Read more

StreamLocator Router Review – Geo-unblock Netflix without an app, VPN or DNS changes

One of the driving forces behind the popularity of VPNs in the past few years is to bypass geo-blocking on streaming services. Sites such as Netflix quickly cottoned onto the fact, and they regularly block users from streaming content when they detect a VPN is in use. So if you sign up to a VPN, … Read more

57%+ Apple Tax – AirPods Max vs Huawei Freebuds Studio vs Sony WH-1000XM4 vs Bose Noise 700 Active Cancelling Headphones Compared

This week Apple finally announced their over-ear active noise-cancelling headphones. Apple has always charged a premium for its products, justifying it with the just works argument or the premium design. While it is inevitable the AirPods Max will be good; they set a new standard for premium pricing from Apple. In the UK we get … Read more

Linksys Velop MX4200 is one of the most affordable tri-band Wi-Fi 6 mesh systems to come to the UK, priced at £399.99 for a two-pack.

The Linksys Velop range of mesh Wi-Fi systems is a popular option, and one of the few brands I have not had a chance to review yet. Their current Wi-Fi 6 mesh system (MX5300 & MX10600) is a tri-band system which is typically prohibitively expensive, however, with a price of £479.99 currently for the Linksys … Read more

Huawei AppGallery motivates develops with 85% IAP revenue share & 30 x €1,000 ad Credit for top indie developers

This year we have seen Google Plays Store and the Apple App Store receive a lot of negative press attention with their 30 percent cut of payments. Things came to a precipice recent months after Epic Games, maker of the popular game Fortnite, sued Apple and Google, claiming they violated antitrust rules with the commissions … Read more

Ultra-thin laptop Chuwi LarkBook exposures, your mobile office platform

A super light audio book, Chuwi LarkBook is going to be online on 15/12. In the part of ID design, LarkBook makes it almost perfect. 13.3-inch light and small body weights only 1kg. Size is similar to A4 paper. And featured an Intel N4120 low-power processor, 8GB+256GB memory storage, full-function Type-C interface also adds a … Read more

Amazfit GTS 2 Review – GPS & Strava syncing make this a superb alternative to Huawei or Garmin watches

When I reviewed the Zepp E, I made a lot of comparisons to the just-announced Amazfit GTS 2, which on paper looked like a more compelling option. The GTS 2 watch has now landed in the UK for £159.99 placing it around £40 less than the Zepp E and £60 more than original GTS. Specification … Read more

Netgear GS305E Review – 5-port smart managed gigabit switch ideal for expanding mesh system ports & improve bandwidth available for console & PC gaming

As much as I love cloud-managed networking, it is a bit over the top for many users. While a lot of our devices use wireless, the best performance will be via Ethernet; this is particularly useful for streaming content, gaming or work from home situations where desktops and phones may not have Wi-Fi. With a … Read more

The Pinter Homebrew Beer Review – An excellent Christmas gift and introduction into home brewing but with caveats

The Pinter, developed by The Greater Good Fresh Brewing Co, is an attractive, user-friendly way to entice people into home brewing. They make some big claims about cost efficiency, and for people wanting to homebrew without putting any effort in, it is undoubtedly a good choice. The refills are a little too expensive for my … Read more

Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210 (Gig+) Module Initial Review – Limited testing, getting it to work and 5Ghz performance

Last month Intel was the first company to launch a consumer Wi-Fi 6E devices, in the form of the AX210 Module. This is a M.2 wireless card that will fit in most laptops, Wi-Fi equipped motherboards or Wi-Fi PCIe networking cards. This is a short review, bordering on pointless because there is no 6Ghz hardware … Read more

Azulle Byte4 Fanless Mini PC Review – A versatile POE equipped mini PC ideal for Kodi / Plex / pfSense or as a download server

The Byte4 Mini Desktop PC is a highly versatile and affordable fanless mini PC with dual ethernet ports (optional POE) and plenty of ports making this an appealing, affordable PC for many uses. Specification and Features Processor: Intel Celeron J4125 4 core, 4 threads  2.00 GHz base 2.7Ghz burst with Intel UHD Graphics 600 OS: … Read more

Samsung Galaxy S21 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Geekbench Benchmarks Revealed

With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 official and new phones launching within the next couple of months we will start to see a lot more leaked benchmarks. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 is quite an existing chipset, being the first to introduce the brand new ARM Cortex-X1 CPU architecture, which is a performance-focused CPU, at the sacrifice … Read more

How to Stream the Best Hulu Movies and Shows in the UK?

Hulu is an American video-on-demand platform that has taken a big market share in the streaming industry. Disney Plus recently acquired this platform, and it is running with the Disney Plus Network. However, this platform is only accessible in a few regions, and people from multiple regions face the geo-restrictions in accessing the same. If … Read more