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Hands-on: Nikon D750 review: Nikon's first full-frame DSLR to feature a tilt-angle screen
Cameras

Hands-on: Nikon D750 review: Nikon's first full-frame DSLR to feature a tilt-angle screen

By 12 September 2014

It may not come as a surprise but the Nikon D810 has been a bit of a success for the camera manufacturer, both critically and amongst consumers. And when Pocket-lint recently documented professional photographer Tom Oldham's switch from Canon 5D MkIIs... >>

Hands-on: HP Pavilion x2: 2-in-1 pushes screen gloss to excess
Laptops

Hands-on: HP Pavilion x2: 2-in-1 pushes screen gloss to excess

By 12 September 2014

There's a whole lot of choice out there when it comes to laptops and 2-in-1 devices, so the smallest of misjudged design decisions can be costly. Although we rather liked the look of the HP Pavilion x2 - and have been even more impressed by the company's... >>

Hands-on: HP Envy x2 13- and 15-inch desktop-replacement 2-in-1s show off Intel Core M slim form factor
Laptops

Hands-on: HP Envy x2 13- and 15-inch desktop-replacement 2-in-1s show off Intel Core M slim form factor

By 12 September 2014

Before now we've seen some tablet-style desktop replacements that, let's face it, have been so big and bulky that they had little appeal. But in the latest HP Envy x2 13- and 15-inch models the company has created a viable desktop-replacement home office... >>

Hands-on: Gigabyte Brix Gaming packs discrete graphics into palm-sized pocket PC
Laptops

Hands-on: Gigabyte Brix Gaming packs discrete graphics into palm-sized pocket PC

By 11 September 2014

We last caught sight of the Gigabyte Brix pocket PC at last year's Intel Developer Forum. For 2014 the company has introduced a new, higher-power model named the Gigabyte Brix Gaming. No prizes for guessing what it's designed for. Yep, gaming - glorious... >>

Hands-on: Acer Aspire Switch 12 is the laptop replacement with a tablet twist
Laptops

Hands-on: Acer Aspire Switch 12 is the laptop replacement with a tablet twist

By 11 September 2014

The Acer Aspire Switch family continues to grow, with the forthcoming Switch 12 showcasing not only a number of varied position options, but it's one of the first devices to feature Intel Core M technology. That means a fanless design, which in turn opens... >>

Destiny review
Gaming 5 out of 5

Destiny review

By 11 September 2014

It's hard to think of the start of any new franchise that has had much hype levied upon its shoulders as Destiny. But even before its Alpha and Beta test phases it was already on track to be "the biggest game of the year" and the potential flag bearer... >>

OMG Life Autographer review
Cameras 4 out of 5

OMG Life Autographer review

By 11 September 2014

Pocket-lint first got a glimpse of Autographer when was in its beta test phase back at the end of 2012 and the idea and concept fascinated us. Now it's ready for launch, so as part of a larger test we spent a few hours in London Zoo wearing one and we... >>

Volkswagen Polo (2014) first drive: The sensible small car gets an internal tech boost
Cars

Volkswagen Polo (2014) first drive: The sensible small car gets an internal tech boost

By 11 September 2014

Spare a thought for the Volkswagen Polo. While big brother Golf gets all the headlines and gold stars in the VW family pecking order, Polo sits there quietly, getting on with its job of being an entirely decent little car. In the world of supermini cars,... >>

Hands-on: Dell Venue 8 7000 tablet fuses 6mm chassis and 2K screen into unconventional design
Tablets

Hands-on: Dell Venue 8 7000 tablet fuses 6mm chassis and 2K screen into unconventional design

By 10 September 2014

After Dell took to the stage at the Intel Developers Forum to show off its forthcoming world's slimmest tablet, the Venue 8 7000 series, Pocket-lint got our hands on a pre-production model to see how it shaped up. And despite its world firsts and an interesting... >>

Apple Pay hands-on: Shopping with your iPhone
Phones

Apple Pay hands-on: Shopping with your iPhone

By 9 September 2014

Apple doesn't just make gadgets now, it also is a payment service that is likely to change the way people use their phone in the future and possibly even usher in a world where credit cards slowly disappear. That's the promise of Apple's new payment system... >>