Latest gadget reviews

RHA Wireless Flight Adapter review: Bringing Bluetooth to in-flight entertainment
4.0 stars RHA Wireless Flight Adapter review: Bringing Bluetooth to in-flight entertainment By Mike Lowe

Want to use your Bluetooth headphones on a flight (or gym machine, portable console, etc)? RHA has a lil box of tricks to make exactly that possible.... Read more

Amazon Kindle Kids Edition review: Acceptable screen-time
5.0 stars Amazon Kindle Kids Edition review: Acceptable screen-time By Chris Hall

An excellent device for reading, the Kid's Edition removes the hassle of content approval, delivering age-appropriate content for your youngsters.... Read more

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DJI RoboMaster S1 initial review: High tech robot wars
DJI RoboMaster S1 initial review: High tech robot wars By Cam Bunton

DJI has released its first programmable consumer robot, and it's a lot of fun.... Read more

Tile review: Pro, Mate, Slim and Sticker compared and reviewed
4.5 stars Tile review: Pro, Mate, Slim and Sticker compared and reviewed By Chris Hall

Easy to use and with a great app, it's simple to connect a Tile and keep track of your stuff. Finding something misplaced at home is easy, but... Read more

DJI Osmo Mobile 3 review: Stellar smartphone stabilisation
4.5 stars DJI Osmo Mobile 3 review: Stellar smartphone stabilisation By Cam Bunton

The third-gen mobile phone gimbal brings back the trigger control, introduces a folding design, and more, for the best optically stabilised footage.... Read more

Amazon Kindle Oasis (2019) review: A new hue
4.5 stars Amazon Kindle Oasis (2019) review: A new hue By Chris Hall

The Amazon Kindle Oasis remains our top choice for reading devices. It's expensive, but if you read a lot, it's unmatched.... Read more

Rayvolt Cruzer review: Pedal to the metal
4.0 stars Rayvolt Cruzer review: Pedal to the metal By Chris Hall

Unique, exuberant - an electric bike for those who want to be noticed. But it's less conventional than an e-bike for commuting and a lot pricier too.... Read more

Apple iPod (7th generation) review: Still here for the non-streamers
4.0 stars Apple iPod (7th generation) review: Still here for the non-streamers By Dan Grabham

For those still wanting a high capacity, diminutive music and video player that isn't an iPhone, the iPod touch offers a compelling choice.... Read more

Amazon Kindle Oasis review: (What's the story) reading glory?
4.5 stars Amazon Kindle Oasis review: (What's the story) reading glory? By Chris Hall

The Kindle Oasis was designed to be Amazon's ultimate reading device. Lightweight, high quality and wonderfully slim, its 2016 launch surprised many, not... Read more

Dyson Airwrap styler review: Because you're worth it
5.0 stars Dyson Airwrap styler review: Because you're worth it By Britta O'Boyle

Yes, £400 is a lot of money to pay for a hair styler, but in our experience the Dyson Airwrap is the only hair styler we ever want to use again.... Read more

Gocycle G3 review: Riding first class
4.5 stars Gocycle G3 review: Riding first class By Chris Hall

An electric assisted bike might be expensive, but it's potentially cheaper than your season ticket. Here's why GoCycle is onto something with its G3.... Read more

Amazon Kindle (2019) review: The affordable Kindle ups its game with screen illumination
5.0 stars Amazon Kindle (2019) review: The affordable Kindle ups its game with screen illumination By Britta O'Boyle

The 2019 Amazon Kindle introduces an illuminated display, just like the Kindle Paperwhite, but for a more affordable price. Is it the Kindle to buy?... Read more

Airbubbl review: A breath of fresh air for your car
4.0 stars Airbubbl review: A breath of fresh air for your car By Chris Hall

Air quality is a concern for many people so adding an air purifier to your car effectively reduces some of the poor air to which you could be exposed.... Read more

Razer Turret initial review: Xbox gets killer keyboard and mouse
Razer Turret initial review: Xbox gets killer keyboard and mouse By Mike Lowe

Ever wanted to play Xbox with keyboard and mouse? Razer has an all-in-one solution that works with Microsoft's console and PC. Here's the lowdown.... Read more

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2018) review: Thinner, brighter, better
5.0 stars Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2018) review: Thinner, brighter, better By Chris Hall

Amazon has announced a new Kindle Paperwhite, that's thinner, brighter and better.... Read more

DJI Osmo Mobile 2 review: Superb stabilisation
5.0 stars DJI Osmo Mobile 2 review: Superb stabilisation By Stuart Miles

We all use our smartphones to record video, that's a given. But even with high-end smartphones having built-in stabilisation, video captured on the move... Read more

Lifeprint photo and video printer initial review: AR prints let you create your own Harry Potter-like photos
Lifeprint photo and video printer initial review: AR prints let you create your own Harry Potter-like photos By Stuart Miles

Moving portraits were once only possible in the realms of fiction - most notably in the Harry Potter movies and books. However, thanks to augmented reality,... Read more

Tile Sport preview: Waterproof protection for never losing your keys again
Tile Sport preview: Waterproof protection for never losing your keys again By Rik Henderson

Tile Bluetooth tracking devices have been around a while now but few have caught the attention as much as the Tile Sport.Not only does it offer the same... Read more

Samsung Gear IconX 2018 preview: Battery life boost and Bixby voice control for wireless in-ears
Samsung Gear IconX 2018 preview: Battery life boost and Bixby voice control for wireless in-ears By Mike Lowe

The truly wireless in-ear market is well and truly upon us, with heaps of options now available: Apple AirPods, Jabra Elite Sport, Bragi Dash Pro, Sol... Read more

Astell & Kern XB10 review: Cranking it up to 11
Astell & Kern XB10 review: Cranking it up to 11 By Max Langridge

A DAC - that's digital-to-analogue converter for the uninitiated - is found in every electronic device with a speaker. Phones, laptops, wireless speakers... Read more

Amazon Kindle Oasis review: First class reader, first class price
4.0 stars Amazon Kindle Oasis review: First class reader, first class price By Chris Hall

The Amazon Kindle has been fairly predictable over the past few years, walking a path from button-laden ebook reader at its 2007 launch, all the way through... Read more

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2015) review: Simply the best
5.0 stars Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2015) review: Simply the best By Britta O'Boyle

aThe third-generation Kindle Paperwhite was released in June 2015 so while it's not the newest or most advanced Kindle around, that's not to say it isn't... Read more

Wilson X Connected American Football preview: Touching down in the UK 1 January
Wilson X Connected American Football preview: Touching down in the UK 1 January By Rik Henderson

Sports brand Wilson is bringing its Connected American Football to the UK as of 1 January 2017 and we've had a play.The company announced the smart ball... Read more

TomTom Via 62 review: Gets you there, but not without a hiccup
3.5 stars TomTom Via 62 review: Gets you there, but not without a hiccup By Chris Hall

Of all TomTom's satnav offerings, the Via appears to make the most sense. It offers Traffic, meaning it's a full head and shoulders above the entry-level... Read more

Oneadaptr Twist+ World Charging Station: One-stop global charger for MacBook, iPad, iPhone and more
Oneadaptr Twist+ World Charging Station: One-stop global charger for MacBook, iPad, iPhone and more By Rik Henderson

When we visited E3 in Los Angeles recently we probably had the most amount of gadgets in our bag than we'd ever taken to a trip before.These included a... Read more

Gibson Trainer Ti100 review: Specced for safety
3.5 stars Gibson Trainer Ti100 review: Specced for safety By Luke Edwards

Gibson has come a long way beyond just its guitar-making origins. Now with high-quality audio subsidiaries like Onkyo under its belt it's using the brand... Read more

Technics SL-1200GAE turntable in pictures: Classic design, stunning quality
Technics SL-1200GAE turntable in pictures: Classic design, stunning quality By Mike Lowe

We're long-time fans of the Technics SL-1200 (and 1210) turntable series. So when Panasonic announced that production of a 7th generation model in 2016... Read more

MyZone tracks fitness effort to make health inspiring again
MyZone tracks fitness effort to make health inspiring again By Luke Edwards

Professional athletes and laypeople have used heart rate zone training for years. It works. That's why MyZone has been built around that zone training... Read more

BeeLine bike compass: Cycling made fun again
BeeLine bike compass: Cycling made fun again By Luke Edwards

Since the advent of sat nav, even on bikes, getting anywhere efficiently is no longer an issue. The problem is we've lost our ability to enjoy the journey,... Read more

Asus Dashcam hands-on: Recording your journey on the go
Asus Dashcam hands-on: Recording your journey on the go By Stuart Miles

Dashcams are pretty much standard in Russia, but the dashboard camera is slowly making its way to the UK too, and one of the companies that is letting... Read more

Logi Blok hands-on: A new name for Logitech and new, space-age protection for your iPad
Logi Blok hands-on: A new name for Logitech and new, space-age protection for your iPad By Rik Henderson

Logitech has, after 34 years, taken the "tech" out of its name for the more fun consumer products it has planned in future.Logi, as they will be branded,... Read more

TomTom Go 510 review: Great navigation, now more connected
4.5 stars TomTom Go 510 review: Great navigation, now more connected By Chris Hall

TomTom has updated its navigation devices, ushering in new features and some changes to the user interface to make life simpler for drivers trying to get... Read more

Play FarmVille for real with your very own iPad controlled garden
Play FarmVille for real with your very own iPad controlled garden By Cat Thomas

Amidst the flurry of SmartHome devices and solutions on display at this year’s Computex in Taipei, one really stood out for us here at Pocket-lint. The... Read more

PopSlate review: Adding a second screen to your iPhone
PopSlate review: Adding a second screen to your iPhone By Stuart Miles

Born from a successful Kickstarter campaign, the PopSlate is an iPhone case that features a mono 4-inch E-Ink display that allows you to connect to your... Read more

Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit: Stimulating, lightweight, but tough on your calves
Nike Free 4.0 Flyknit: Stimulating, lightweight, but tough on your calves By Stuart Miles

Barefoot running has seemingly come and gone. But if you look closely, brands are still supporting the idea of running as close to barefoot as possible,... Read more

Twelve South BaseLift for MacBook review: Upstanding support
Twelve South BaseLift for MacBook review: Upstanding support By Mike Lowe

A MacBook is an almost perfectly designed product, right? So why would it need an attachment to raise its position? According to Twelve South, the accessory... Read more

Hub by Premier Inn: What it's like to spend a night in the app-controlled, high-tech hotel room of the future
Hub by Premier Inn: What it's like to spend a night in the app-controlled, high-tech hotel room of the future By Luke Edwards

Premier Inn has expanded its hotel offerings with a new super high-tech hotel called Hub by Premier Inn, the first of which is based in London's Covent... Read more

Leef iBridge is the iPhone and iPad gadget you shouldn't leave home without
Leef iBridge is the iPhone and iPad gadget you shouldn't leave home without By Rik Henderson

The amount of storage space on a mobile device often sounds extensive when you first buy it, but if you're like us you'll soon fill it - especially if... Read more

2015 Under Armour compression gear put to the test
2015 Under Armour compression gear put to the test By Stuart Miles

We’re only 6 minutes in to our training session and already we want to stop. We can’t take it any more, but we plough on for another 3 minutes, before... Read more

Ladies, this Knomo Elektronista Digital Clutch is a bag you will want in your life
Ladies, this Knomo Elektronista Digital Clutch is a bag you will want in your life By Britta O'Boyle

Knomo launched the Elektronista Digital Clutch Bag just before Christmas 2014 as a bag that brought the worlds of fashion and technology together. It... Read more

The Pop Stick: A selfie stick you can snap to your wrist (hands-on)
The Pop Stick: A selfie stick you can snap to your wrist (hands-on) By Luke Edwards

If you're old enough to remember the release of wristbands you could snap to your wrist you're probably not young enough to be a selfie addict. Combining... Read more

Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard hands-on: Portable productivity
Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard hands-on: Portable productivity By Britta O'Boyle

Microsoft has announced a universal keyboard at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but it isn't just any keyboard - this one folds in half. The Microsoft... Read more

Zepp Golf motion tracker updated: The sports wearable that genuinely improves your swing
Zepp Golf motion tracker updated: The sports wearable that genuinely improves your swing By Rik Henderson

Motion tracking for sports and specifically golf is not exactly new, but the best device we've used in recent times was the GolfSense, which strapped to... Read more

Hands-on: FiftyThree Pencil review: Going for gold
Hands-on: FiftyThree Pencil review: Going for gold By Stuart Miles

Paper by FiftyThree is a beautiful app that allows you to draw to your heart's content on the iPad with little interference. And recently, the developer... Read more

David Lloyd's Immersive Fitness studio is like a spin class through Tron
David Lloyd's Immersive Fitness studio is like a spin class through Tron By Chris Hall

"Are you with me!?!" shouts the instructor. We give a rasping cheer, grabbing a breather before we hit the next run of hills, riding through a landscape... Read more

First run: Hoka One One Huaka running shoes review: More cushioning than your sofa
First run: Hoka One One Huaka running shoes review: More cushioning than your sofa By Stuart Miles

Hoka who? Yep, we know what you are thinking, you've never heard of Hoka One One, but the bonkers colour scheme and the huge cushioned heel of the Huaka... Read more

Octa TabletTail MonkeyTail is an iPad stand with a lot of potential, if you got a place for it (hands-on)
Octa TabletTail MonkeyTail is an iPad stand with a lot of potential, if you got a place for it (hands-on) By Elyse Betters

Although there are several iPad stands on the market, one in particular caught our attention: Octa's TabletTail, the MonkeyTail version. It tucks into... Read more

Virgin Atlantic's trans-Atlantic Wi-Fi tested, but is it up to speed?
Virgin Atlantic's trans-Atlantic Wi-Fi tested, but is it up to speed? By Rik Henderson

A couple of months ago, Virgin Atlantic launched its first trans-Atlantic Wi-Fi service on its brand spanking new 787 Dreamliner aircraft, the first... Read more

Amazon Kindle Voyage review: A first-class trip
4.5 stars Amazon Kindle Voyage review: A first-class trip By Rik Henderson

With tablet devices available in all shapes and prices these days it's amazing that eBook readers are still holding their own. But not only do Amazon's... Read more

Upp hydrogen fuel cell phone charger now available in Apple Stores, we go hands-on
Upp hydrogen fuel cell phone charger now available in Apple Stores, we go hands-on By Rik Henderson

The Upp portable USB charger is now on sale across the UK in Apple Stores and it provides something a bit different for those who require a lot more charge... Read more

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