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Microsoft Surface Book review: One for the books
4.0 stars

Microsoft Surface Book review: One for the books

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After picking up the Microsoft Surface Book the bag in which it was placed promptly ripped through at the handles as we wandered down the street. Ah, this isn't a lightweight tablet-esque Surface product and, we suppose, we learnt that the hard way before... >>

Sony Xperia X: Sub-premium smartphones are surprisingly sexy

Sony Xperia X: Sub-premium smartphones are surprisingly sexy

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Sony launches smartphones more regularly than many of its rivals so it will come as no surprise that the company announced a trio of devices at Mobile World Congress. It is a mobile show after all. For those that were expecting the next Xperia flagship,... >>

HTC One X9: Boosting the mid-range with A9 design

HTC One X9: Boosting the mid-range with A9 design

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The HTC One X9 was originally launched in Asia in December 2016, and now this handset is spreading its wings and making its way to Europe, fusing design close to the HTC One A9, with a larger display, and the restoration of BoomSound. This probably isn't... >>

Samsung Gear 360 camera preview: Gear VR-friendly virtual reality video recorder

Samsung Gear 360 camera preview: Gear VR-friendly virtual reality video recorder

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Samsung has a device that is capable of playing VR and 360-degree videos, and a headset capable of personalising the experience. All it needed was a camera to shoot the immersive clips and the entire ecosystem would be complete. That’s where the Samsung... >>

Can the transforming HP Elite X3 smartphone replace your desktop and laptop PCs?

Can the transforming HP Elite X3 smartphone replace your desktop and laptop PCs?

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We've seen devices of this ilk before, not least in the form of the Motorola Atrix 4G released a staggering five years ago, but HP believes it has overcome the barriers that have previously prevented all-in-one smartphone solutions from replacing all... >>

Huawei MateBook preview: Slim, sleek, stylish

Huawei MateBook preview: Slim, sleek, stylish

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Huawei has been making some serious waves in the mobile market over the last few months. September saw the beautifully designed and good performing Mate S appear, followed swiftly by the Nexus 6 in October and the Note 8 in December. It's safe to say... >>

LG 360 Cam: Capture your VR world

LG 360 Cam: Capture your VR world

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LG has made a big bang with the launch of the LG G5 at Mobile World Congress 2016. Among the LG Friends - a range of devices designed to work seamlessly with the new LG G5 - is the LG 360 Cam. LG is following the likes of Nikon and Kodak of embracing... >>

LG 360 VR preview: A unique perspective on mobile VR

LG 360 VR preview: A unique perspective on mobile VR

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LG surprised many with the launch of the LG 360 VR, a virtual reality headset announced alongside the LG G5 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. VR seems to be very much the hot topic in 2016, from the major systems like Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, through... >>

Denon AH-MM400 headphones review: Wonderful or just wooden?
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Denon AH-MM400 headphones review: Wonderful or just wooden?

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Tired of plasticky headphones? Well, here's your chance to buy into some with a wooden exterior - Denon's new AH-MM400 reference over-ears. Which, some might think, look somewhat mad. Apt, then, that they top the "Music Maniac" range, we suppose. We've... >>

Nextbit Robin review: A clouded vision of smartphone storage
3.5 stars

Nextbit Robin review: A clouded vision of smartphone storage

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The Nextbit Robin aims to resolve your storage woes with a clever software system that uses the cloud and will smartly archive and restore your content based on your usage and needs. That's the pitch, but the Nextbit Robin is much more than a phone that's... >>