Infinix InBook X2 Review – Almost identical vs InBook X1 but in a lighter chassis

I have previously reviewed the Infinix Hot 10S NFC, which offered incredible value for money but only launched in Indonesia, Russia and Latin America. In May 2021, Infinix Mobile ventured into laptops, unveiling the INbook X1 series. Specification CPU: Intel Core i7-1065G7 Memory: 8GB Storage: 512GB NVMe Display: 14” 1920*1080 300 nits brightness 100% sRGB … Read more

Pixel Stand 2nd Gen Review – The best wireless charger for the Pixel 6 Pro, but at a high price

This will be a relatively short review of the 2nd generation Pixel Stand which retails for £69 on the Google Play Store. Specification Up to 23 W for compatible Pixel phones. Supports up to 15 W (EPP) for Qi-certified devices Active cooling (it has a fan) 30 W USB-C power adapter (PD 3.0 w/PPS) with … Read more

UREVO Kardio T1 Exercise Bike Review – A cheap Zwift compatible spin bike [Model URSB002]

During the lockdowns, demand for home gym equipment boomed and finding a good quality indoor spin bike was like gold dust. Things have settled down now, but with Covid still causing worldwide issues, many people will still be reluctant to return to the gym. At-home gym equipment is a great way to keep fit, but … Read more

Shokz (Formerly AfterShokz) OpenRun Review – The best bone-conducting headphones for runners and cycling

In December, AfterShokz announced their rebranding to Shokz, at the same time they announced the new OpenRun bond conduction headphones. Shokz OpenRun vs Aeropex The new Shokz OpenRun headphones are identical to the previous flagship Aeropex. However, they have now been upgraded to a new quick charging solution. It is worth noting that in the … Read more

OPPO Find X3 Pro Review – A premium flagship phone that can compete with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

The OPPO Find X3 Pro was launched back in March 2021, so this review has come a little late. However, it is one of the highest specced phones of the year, with a price tag to match, and I didn’t want to pass on reviewing a phone of this calibre. Due to the timing of … Read more

Acer Predator Helios 500 Review – A gaming beast with a price to match – 2021 model with i9-11980HK, RTX 3080, 120Hz 4K

The Predator Helios 500 is the current flagship gaming laptop from Acer. This 4kg beast costs more than double that of any other Acer laptop currently listed on Currys. Specification Processor: Intel Core i9-11980HK – 8-core 3.30 GHz base 5.0 GHz boost Memory: 32 GB DDR4 SDRAM Storage: Up to 2 TB PCIe SSD Graphics: NVIDIA … Read more

Mecool KM6 Deluxe Android TV Box Review – A good alternative to the Nvidia Shield for local 4K streaming

I have been a fan of the Amazon Fire TV sticks and Nvidia Shield for years now. But they are not perfect, I hate having to use WiFi (or 100M Ethernet) on the Fire Stick, the tubular Nvidia Shield is no use for large local 4K files, and the Pro is very expensive. Cheap Chinese … Read more

Devolo Magic 2 WiFi 6 Review – The fastest powerline WiFi system on the market

The Devolo Magic 2 WiFi 6 is the latest system from the powerline specialists. I have previously reviewed the Devolo Magic 2 Mesh and found it an excellent option for anyone with problems extending their WiFi using normal mesh WiFi systems. The new Devolo Magic 2 WiFi 6 and the more expensive Devolo Magic 2 … Read more

SIVGA Robin (SVO21) Headphones Review

Following on from my SIVGA Phoenix review, I have also been checking out the more affordable SIVGA Robin which also goes by the name of SVO21. These are a bit more of a mainstream-friendly pair of cans, being closed back with a bass-forward V shape and cost less than £150. Specification Form: Closed-back headphones Drivers: … Read more

Tacx Neo Bike Smart Trainer Review – Better than a dedicated indoor bike + trainer

The Tacx Neo Bike has been reviewed by plenty of other sites that are more experienced and knowledgeable in this field than me. But I bought it, I like it, so I am going to review it. This is very much a luxury expense, there are much cheaper options on the market, and I know … Read more

Mercusys Halo H50G Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi 5 System Review

I wasn’t overly impressed with the Mercusys Halo S12. While it is incredibly cheap, the overall specification and performance reflected the price. The Mercusys Halo H50G is a significant upgrade in specification and what I would personally recommend as the minimum specification you want from a Wi-Fi mesh system. With many homes being able to … Read more

PowerVision S1 Gimbal Review – A pocket-friendly mini smartphone gimbal

Smartphone gimbals have become popular in recent years, allowing us to achieve smooth cinematic video from our smartphones. One of the main problems is that they are awkwardly shaped, making most of them impossible to put in your pocket and often taking up a significant amount of space in a small bag. The PowerVision S1 … Read more

Acer Aspire Vero Laptop Review: Serviceable design makes this easy to fix or upgrade

Acer has been experimenting with improving its environmental credentials for a while now. Most recent laptops have used environmentally friendly packaging. Even the inks used are specially selected. The new Apire Vero, which would likely be part of the  Aspire 5 lineup, takes things a step further, taking an environmentally friendly approach to the whole … Read more

TP-Link Tapo L900-5 RGB LED Light Strip Review

TP-Link continues to expand the product range within its affordable Tapo sub-brand. Recently, this includes the addition of two LED light strips, the Tapo L900-5, which I am reviewing today and the slightly more expensive RGBIC multicolour Tapo L920-5. Tapo L900-5 vs Tapo L920-5: RGB vs RGBIC Light Strips There are two different light strips … Read more

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