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MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (early 2015) review: May the Force be with you
Laptops 4.5 out of 5

MacBook Pro 13-inch with Retina display (early 2015) review: May the Force be with you

By 26 March 2015

The 2015 update to Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro includes the latest Force Touch trackpad, new Intel Broadwell processors, faster storage, and the promise of an even better battery life. While the MacBook Pro range is available in a 15-inch variant, the... >>

Logitech MX Master wireless mouse: The mouse is making a comeback and is better than ever
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Logitech MX Master wireless mouse: The mouse is making a comeback and is better than ever

By 24 March 2015

While Apple and others are doing their best to re-engineer the trackpad to the ninth degree, Logitech has taken a different tack. It has just launched a brand new state of the art mouse. The Logitech MX Master wireless mouse is the company's new flagship... >>

Acer Revo One RL85: The mini PC for work and play (hands-on)
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Acer Revo One RL85: The mini PC for work and play (hands-on)

By 20 March 2015

It's not the first time we've seen a mini PC, but the Acer Revo One RL85's dinky one-litre scale means you can wave goodbye to the bulky tower of old, while its versatile feature set means it's more than just a PC. Indeed, by default it comes boxed with... >>

New Apple MacBook (12-inch): Stunning, super thin and oh so bling (hands-on)
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New Apple MacBook (12-inch): Stunning, super thin and oh so bling (hands-on)

By 9 March 2015

Apple has announced a new MacBook Laptop that is even thinner and smaller than the MacBook Air, but more powerful than the iPad. The new 12-inch MacBook ditches all the traditional ports in order to slim down to a super-thin 13.1mm in thickness. To get... >>

Gigabyte P37X v3 review: Goliath among gaming laptops
Laptops 4 out of 5

Gigabyte P37X v3 review: Goliath among gaming laptops

By 5 March 2015

Think gaming laptop and a clear image probably forms in your mind. Huge chunky body? Check. Adolescent blue LEDs everywhere? Check. Looks a bit like a blinged-up Vauxhall Corsa? Yep. Well, take that image and resign it in your brain's dustbin because... >>

Dell XPS 13 review (2015): To infinity and beyond
Laptops 5 out of 5

Dell XPS 13 review (2015): To infinity and beyond

By 4 March 2015

After company privatisation and realigning its focus for the business market, Dell has only gone and launched the most desirable 13-inch consumer laptop that we've ever seen: the 2015 version of the XPS 13. But business, consumer, whatever label is put... >>

HP Spectre x360 hands-on: A slim, sexy, sophisticated two-in-one
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HP Spectre x360 hands-on: A slim, sexy, sophisticated two-in-one

By 2 March 2015

HP has announced the Spectre x360 at Mobile World Congress, offering a 13.3-inch laptop that effortlessly turns into a tablet thanks to the geared hinge.  It's a beautiful looking device that oozes premium appeal and we were impressed by how professional... >>

Toshiba Chromebook 2 review: Finally a Chromebook worth buying
Laptops 4 out of 5

Toshiba Chromebook 2 review: Finally a Chromebook worth buying

By 17 February 2015

We've always admired the Google Chromebook laptop concept and its attempt to deliver an affordable, easy to use, online-focused platform. Problem is, every manufacturer (ignoring Google itself with the ultra-expensive Pixel model) has shoehorned poor... >>

Could the Toshiba Satellite Click Mini be the best budget 2-in-1 for travellers?
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Could the Toshiba Satellite Click Mini be the best budget 2-in-1 for travellers?

By 13 February 2015

Toshiba first unveiled its Satellite Click Mini 8.9-inch tablet and laptop combination device at CES in Las Vegas in January, but as its UK and European release edges nearer (coming in March) Pocket-lint was invited to have a quick play with the device.... >>

HP Sprout hands-on: Behold the PC of the future
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HP Sprout hands-on: Behold the PC of the future

By 10 February 2015

HP introduced a new Windows PC called Sprout in October last year but it isn't just your average desktop computer, it is an immersive computing platform that combines an all-in-one desktop with a natural user interface to provide an entirely touch-input... >>