Jackery Explorer 500 Portable Power Station & SolarSaga 100 Solar Panel Review – An impressive power station ideal for camping and Van Life

I am not much of a camper, instead preferring city breaks in hotels and Airbnb, and my days of festivals were over about 20 years ago. I knew you could get power banks with 3-pin UK plug sockets, but the world of portable power stations has eluded me. When Jackery asked if I would like … Read more

Mcgill Microwave Systems Full Helium Installation Kit EU868 6dBi Review – LMR-600 & 6dBi antenna for the best possible HNT mining performance

For whatever reason, it didn’t occur to me to review the Mcgill Microwave Systems Full Helium Installation Kit when I first bought it. So, I didn’t document or take many photos, so it is a bit of a limited review, but I think it is worth writing about regardless. My Helium hotspot has done OK … Read more

Realme 8i Review – MediaTek Helio G96 & 1080p FHD+ display make this an appealing budget phone

Today Realme announced the global launch of one of their most affordable phones of the year, the Realme 8i. After switching to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 for the 7i last year, Realme have move backed to Mediatek with the Helio G96 as well as upgrading the resolution of the display and improving its refresh rate. … Read more

Nacon Revolution X Pro Review – A customisable pro Xbox controller that’s a lot cheaper vs the Razer Wolverine V2 Chroma

I have reviewed a few Nacon peripherals in the past year, with the Nacon MG-X being my most recent review and previously the Nacon Pro Compact. They are now back with a new Xbox controller, this one takes most of the excellent features of the Nacon Pro Compact and ramps things up to the next … Read more

Honor 50 Hands-On [Review on the 27th October] – Honor now features Google Play Store and Qualcomm chipset now they have split from Huawei

I will keep this post relatively short as it is only a hands-on, and several other sites published similar content at the end of September. Honor will be launching their latest phone, the Honor 50, on the 27th of October. This phone was released in China back in June, so most of the details about … Read more

EVICIV Raspberry Pi Monitor Review – A 7-inch 1024×600 touchscreen monitor for the Raspberry Pi 4, 3 and more

I have been a fan of the Raspberry Pi for years now, originally building a cheap Kodi media player and later using it for low powered server functionality and a dedicated Pi-Hole DNS adblocker. I have always used normal peripherals and monitors with it, and once the initial set-up is done, move over to SSH/command … Read more

Netgear Orbi Pro Mini SXR30 Review – Affordable business WiFi 6 Dual-Band AX1800 mesh system

I previously reviewed the superb but extremely expensive Netgear Orbi Pro SXK80, which basically took the flagship consumer Orbi RBK852 hardware and upgraded it with Netgear Insight cloud management. Netgear has now released the smaller SXK30 system which is considerably more affordable, making it appealing for small businesses. Similar to the larger model, the SXK30 … Read more

Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro Review – High-res audio TWC earbuds with ANC

Anker’s subbrand Soundcore announced the Liberty 2 Pro two years ago, they then launched an upgraded version of this just 3 months ago. Neither of these models has ANC but the similarily named Liberty Air 2 Pro does. Now Soundcore have launched the Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro, which adds in active noise cancelling and makes them so … Read more

ADO A20 Ebike Review: Ditch the electric scooter and get this affordable folding electric bike

I have previously reviewed the Volt Connect Electric Bike about four years ago. At the time, I was quite sceptical of the benefits of eBikes, but I did like the idea of using it for commuting. Since then, electric scooters have become the rage, some people love them, some people hate them. I loved using … Read more

EarFun Air Pro 2 Review – Cheaper than Nothing Ear (1) earbuds with comparable performance

I have reviewed quite a few EarFun earbuds over the past two years, and they have consistently been good for the price you pay. I was impressed with the original Earfun Air Pro, which I reviewed almost a year ago. Now they are back with a second-generation model that claims to offer a superior level … Read more

Geekmem vs Grid Studio Frames – Which has the best disassembled iPhone frame?

I recently reviewed the Grid Studio framed Samsung Galaxy S1; shortly after a different brand called Geekmem asked if I would like to check out their framed iPhone 4S. If you look online, there are lots of copycats, I am not even sure who originally started this framed disassembled consumer tech art, but I assume … Read more

Wired2fire Predator Gaming PC Review – A prebuilt gaming PC with AMD Ryzen 5 5600X & RTX 3060 Ti for £1560

When it comes to PC gaming, most PC users would advise to self-build as it is often cheaper and also a more rewarding experience compared to prebuilds from big brand names such as Dell or Acer. However, smaller local/national companies have often produced high-quality prebuilt gaming PCs with a minimal markup compared to the price … Read more

Nacon MG-X Review – Xbox Cloud Gaming Controller for Android Phones [Xbox Game Pass on Mobile]

Portable gaming is booming, the Nintendo Switch shows no sign of slowing sales, Steam is launching the Steam Deck, and mobile gaming has been massive for years. Cloud gaming has also gained significant traction, and thanks to our massive phones, 5G data and fibre Internet, it seems like a perfect time to convert your mobile … Read more

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