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Lenovo Yoga Book preview: The keyless laptop from the future has landed

Lenovo Yoga Book preview: The keyless laptop from the future has landed

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It's rare that a product could be called revolutionary in its thinking, but that's certainly an accolade that could be awarded to the Lenovo Yoga Book. For this 10.1-inch convertible is about as far removed from a laptop as we've seen, while still, essentially,... >>

Huawei MediaPad M3 review: An unfussy Android media tablet
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Huawei MediaPad M3 review: An unfussy Android media tablet

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The tablet market has stumbled. From everyone offering a tablet - in Windows, Android, iOS - things have dwindled. Even Apple's iPad has slowed in pace. The shift has been toward offering tablets that replace your laptop, devices designed for productivity,... >>

Huawei Nova Plus: An elegantly built mid-range challenger

Huawei Nova Plus: An elegantly built mid-range challenger

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Huawei's appeal has been increasing with a number of great devices, from the Mate 8 to the Huawei P9, pushing solid design and build with impressive specs at a price the undercuts the better known brands. In a move to redefine the mid range, Huawei announced... >>

Huawei Nova preview: Channelling Nexus 6P design into the mid-range

Huawei Nova preview: Channelling Nexus 6P design into the mid-range

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When we first caught wind that Huawei was going to be contributing to the Nexus programme in 2015, we were excited for this ambitious Chinese company. The good thing about making a Nexus phone, is it puts you on the Android map.  Although some questioned... >>

Lenovo P2 preview: Boasting a 5,100mAh battery in a 5.5-inch design

Lenovo P2 preview: Boasting a 5,100mAh battery in a 5.5-inch design

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Welcome to the big battery club. This is the Lenovo P2, which boasts a 5,100mAh battery in a 5.5-inch screen device. And it's really not as chunky a phone as you might expect, which goes to show just how advanced battery tech has become. Squeezing a battery... >>

Motorola Moto Z Play preview: Moto Mods meet mega battery life

Motorola Moto Z Play preview: Moto Mods meet mega battery life

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It's the era of modular phones. And Motorola, now under control of Lenovo, is one maker at the forefront of the interchangeable accessories concept. Its Moto Z phone was joined by a Moto Z Force in the States - but we've seen very little in the UK and... >>

Hasselblad True Zoom preview: The 10x optical zoom Moto Mod is finally here

Hasselblad True Zoom preview: The 10x optical zoom Moto Mod is finally here

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There has long been talk of a Hasselblad Moto Mod camera module appearing for the Moto Z to transform it into a "proper" camera. And now it, under the True Zoom moniker, is finally here. At Lenovo's IFA press conference in Berlin we got to sample the... >>

Samsung Gear S3 preview: The final Frontier for smartwatches?

Samsung Gear S3 preview: The final Frontier for smartwatches?

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The Samsung Gear S smartwatch is back for round three and it's bigger, bulkier and better than ever before. It's also available in two varieties: the Gear S3 Frontier and the Gear S3 Classic. So what's the deal with Frontier and Classic choices? Not a... >>

Asus ZenPad 3S 10: Hello iPad lookalike

Asus ZenPad 3S 10: Hello iPad lookalike

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The Asus ZenPad 3S 10 is a 9.7-inch tablet that could easily be mistaken for an iPad, certainly on first glance. The device, which was on display at the company's event in Berlin in the run up to IFA, offers a lightweight design, with a premium, compact... >>

Asus ZenWatch 3 preview: Android Wear marches on

Asus ZenWatch 3 preview: Android Wear marches on

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Asus has unveiled its latest ZenWatch model, following two watches that have tried to be a little different in the original ZenWatch and ZenWatch 2. It's perhaps a little worrying, then, that the latest ZenWatch doesn't so much strive to be different,... >>