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Category: Reviews


LG UltraGear 38GN950 

The LG UltraGear 38GN950 is one of the most expensive gaming displays around: it will set you back £1499 in the UK and $1499 in the US. It’s a significant sum of money, but the LG does have the sort of specification to justify the…


Klipsch T5 II 

The Klipsch T5 II are true wireless earphones, a more expensive sequel to the Klipsch T5 reviewed in 2020. They cost £185, putting them in direct competition with some of the very best true wireless earphones around, including the much-loved Sony WF-1000XM3. The Klipsch T5…


Stihl BGA 57 

Neatly straddling the line between power and price, the Stihl BGA 57 is a great choice for most domestic users who need to keep their gardens free of leaves. Simple controls, a lightweight body and powerful performance make it a winner, but it could be…


Avita Liber V Review 

Avita Liber V review The Avita Liber V  is one of the most affordable Windows laptops I’ve ever tested. It costs just £560 in its Ryzen 5 CPU variant (or £450, if you can make do with 4GB of RAM and a Ryzen 3), despite…


Poco X3 NFC 

Xiaomi’s Poco smartphone sub-brand has made a real impact with its ability to offer eyebrow-raising performance at a low price. The Poco X3 NFC continues that good work. Earlier in 2020, the Poco F2 Pro gave off distinct early-OnePlus vibes with its mixture of flagship…


Hands on: Acer Chromebook Spin 514 

The Acer Chromebook Spin 514 (2021) was announced at CES 2021, and while it’s hardly going to steal the spotlight from robots and self-driving cars, it’s still a very fascinating device in the laptop world.  This is one of the first Chromebooks of the year…