Huawei Watch 3 Review – Almost amazing, but some useful apps would be nice to justify the cost vs the Watch GT 2 series

Announced last week, the Huawei Watch 3 is the first global device from Huawei to run their own OS, HarmonyOS. It is a critical moment for Huawei, the shift to Harmony OS represents a no turning back point for their devices. Google and the Play Store are gone for good. HarmonyOS on a wearable makes … Read more

Skoove Review – Online and app-based piano lessons ideal for beginners or those anxious about in-person learning

I always hated both languages and music lessons when I was at schools. I am much more comfortable with numbers and was always a much stronger student with STEM. I also hated school in general and found most teachers unpleasant. This led me to be quite anxious and stressed when having to be taught something … Read more

Lypertek Pureplay Z3 2.0 Review – Last years TEVI true wireless earphones get an upgrade

Last year the Lypertek PurePlay Z3, formerly Tevi, were on many buyer’s guides for earphones. I never had the pleasure of reviewing them, but they are now back with a tweaked version offering some important upgrades. Lypertek PurePlay Z3 2.0 vs PurePlay Z3 (Tevi) The earphones are identical for all the main features. You get … Read more

Huawei FreeBuds 4 Review – How do they compare vs the FreeBuds 3?

Last week, Huawei announced numerous new products, with the highlight being the Huawei Watch 3 running Harmony OS 2 along with new tablets both running Harmony OS, too. Huawei also announced their latest FreeBuds, the FreeBuds 4. These follow the same path as the previous FreeBuds 3 with an open-fit design while also incorporating active … Read more

SpotCam Video Doorbell 2 Review – Can a £90 video doorbell compete vs Ring, Eufy & Arlo?

I love video doorbells; they are one of my favourite pieces of smart tech. However, they can be quite expensive; the latest Ring Video Doorbell 4 and the Arlo Essential Wireless Video Doorbell are both £179. The SpotCam Video Doorbell 2 comes in at a much more wallet-friendly £89 with the added bonus of including … Read more

TP-Link Archer RE505X Mesh Wi-Fi Range Extender Review – Creating a whole-home mesh Wi-Fi system with the Archer AX90

Yesterday I reviewed the excellent TP-Link Archer AX90. As part of the package, TP-Link sent out their latest Archer RE505X Mesh Wi-Fi Range Extender. These are two of the first devices that support then TP-Link OneMesh technology, allowing you to take a router but expand it into a mesh system rather than using the older … Read more

TP-Link Archer AX90 Review – A 160Mhz 4×4 Wi-Fi 6 router with 2.5GbE capable of multi-gig Wi-Fi & mesh expandability for just £245

The Archer AX 90 is the latest premium Wi-Fi 6 router from TP-Link. This has many of the high-end features I saw on the TP-Link Archer AX11000, but it has one new feature not seen on the older routers. This is one of the first routers from TP-Link that supports Whole Home OneMesh Wi-Fi, so … Read more

EPOS B20 Review – A 24-bit 48KHz USB streaming microphone with multiple pickup patterns to take on the Blue Yeti X

EPOS has traditionally made gaming headsets and external gaming-focused DACs. However, since their separation with Sennheiser, they have been expanding their horizons. First with the GTW 270 TWS earbuds and now with a USB streaming mic. Key Features: 24-bit 48KHz Studio broadcast quality Four pickup patterns – cardioid, stereo, bidirectional and omnidirectional Comes with desk … Read more

Ring Video Doorbell 4 Review – Better than expected compared to the Video Doorbell 3 Plus

The Ring Video Doorbell 4 was announced last month and is now available to buy. On paper, it only offers incremental changes from last year, so existing users won’t feel the need to upgrade. The headline change is the rollout of colour pre-roll from the black and white on the Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus. … Read more

Acer Predator Triton 300 SE Review – Is it a better buy than the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14?

This year, Acer has padded out the Triton range with a new Triton 300 SE. This new Special Edition gaming laptop is Acer dipper their toes into the sub-15″ category which has far fewer options than the saturated 15″ market. Currently, there are just two competing options, the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14, which would be … Read more

BlueStacks 5 Review – Performance upgrades vs BlueStacks 4 ensure BlueStacks remains the best Android emulator

Back in 2019, I reviewed BlueStacks 4, the popular Android emulator that is geared towards allowing people to play Android games on the desktop. BlueStacks 5 is now available via Beta and will be launching in the next few months. It brings with it many improvements over v4, which should improve the overall performance considerably … Read more

Amber Plus Review – A NAS and router in one with Docker support but is it good as Synology

[Update] I was provided with some feedback regarding certain parts of the review which I think are worth including. Key points include that the 2.5″ drives are less noisy so can be used in a living environment without bothering people. While most NAS drives have remote access functionality, Amber is focussing on making remote functionality … Read more

Flexispot Cycle Desk Bike V9 Pro Review – A more active alternative to your sit-stand desk & superior to under desk ellipticals

Update – FlexiSpot will be celebrating FlexiSpot’s Day this May 25th. FlexiSpot’s Day will be marked with special flash sales Up to 32% OFF Flash Deals from 24th May to 30th May. Get 15% off for other products SITE WIDE.  I have previously reviewed the excellent Flexispot electric E5 standing desk, and 3 years ago, the … Read more

Cleer Enduro ANC Review – Affordable ANC headphones with superior sound vs Soundcore Life Q35, but ANC could be better

The latest Cleer Enduro ANC headphones bridge the gap between the affordable none ANC Cleer Enduro 100 and the more premium Cleer Flow II. All three headphones use the patented 40mm Ironless Driver technology, which helps Cleer headphones offer superior sound quality to many competitors. This then makes the main difference between them the active … Read more

Ocushield Blue Light Filter Glasses & Screen Protector Review – Improve your sleep and reduce headaches by filtering out blue light

I spend around 10 hours a day staring at a computer screen, then whatever time I spend gawping at my phone screen browsing through pointless social media. So, it is perhaps not a surprise that I, and many others, have issues with sleep. I know blue light is bad, and I half-heartedly try to reduce … Read more