We couldn’t have been more excited when we heard that the Mass Effect trilogy was being remastered. But was our initial excitement justified?
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.
The first all-electric Volvo on the roads is a corker. It's fast, it's elegant, it's got integrated Google, and delivers strong mileage per charge.
The second-gen Flex has stacks of features - more than really any other laptop you're likely to see - but how useful are they really and truly?
A cute little flagship, but not without its flaws. If you're looking for a smaller-scale phone is this the one?
It's built for gaming, but this phone's skills go well beyond that.
Huawei has come up with a sort of smartwatch and fitness tracker hybrid, which is a solid proposition.
This crossover - part estate, part sports car - is unlike any other all-electric vehicle on the road today. Does that add up to madness or must-have?
There's not much that's Lite in this Find X3 model. However the competition is tough, so what's the best option at this level?
One of two portable Sonos speakers with Bluetooth - although the size and weight doesn't make it ultra-portable. Should you buy it over Sonos Roam?
This standout flagship excites for its unusual features - such as a second rear screen - but can it also deliver the basics where it matters?
This slim and light 5G-capable handset stands out because of its chic and unique design. But if you don't need 5G is it overpriced?
This electric bike is impressively priced and great fun to ride, even if it lacks some of the bells and whistles of smarter competitors.
Resident Evil 8 - officially named 'Village' - has scares and action to spare, and a story that ultimately knows how ridiculous (yet fun) it is.
The second-gen hydrogen fuel-cell (FCEV) from Toyota is a much more sophisticated car. But can hydrogen ever make sense as a fuel option?
The 2021 'bar-and-sub combo adds AirPlay 2 and the potential for additional speaker integration compared to the outgoing Q800T model.
There's stacks of features here for a low price. But is the T-Rex Pro therefore too good to be true? We highlight the compelling and the compromise.
Housemarqe's PS5 exclusive is crushingly difficult at times, but its respawn mechanic always ensures a fresh new maze-world to conquer to progress.
The step-down device in Oppo's Find X range delivers a strong main camera and great design. But can it beat its considerable and cheaper rivals?
Is Apple's AirTag tracker any good? How does it compare against Tile? Your questions answered in our review.
Skoda's first dedicated all-electric (EV) is a mid-size SUV that's not only sensible, but stacked with features and price appeal too.
Audiophile brand Bowers & Wilkins has always taken its sweet time in adopting new technologies. Is its move into true wireless worth the wait?
A mid-range electric car that's a practical and comfortable option for families.
We get our hands on a pre-production Gocycle G4i to see the improvements.
This bike racer is wonderfully detailed, which is likely to lend itself to the superfan. Here's what the 2021 edition has to offer.
OnePlus' first attempt at a smartwatch is severely flawed. We explain why in our in-depth review.
The Venu 2 is Garmin's rival to devices like the Apple Watch, with a glorious display.
A cheap fitness tracker with some mild smartwatch features that stands out for most of the right reasons - so what's the compromise?
Kef's true wireless earbuds sound great and are comfortable to wear - but how do they stack up to the competition?
Xiaomi has ditched Wear OS for its own take on the smartwatch. Well, sportswatch - as that's the primary function of this wearable. Is it any good?
It's pricer than your average Bluetooth speaker, but it isn't your average Bluetooth speaker. Should you buy it? Yes. Why? Let us explain.
Not your average gaming headset - as it has a high-resolution ESS 9281 Quad DAC and MQA technology for "true to life" audio. But is it any good?
The first Fujifilm X series camera to offer an adjustable screen that faces forward. But there's more to this camera than looking in the mirror.
Part powerful creative workstation, part gaming laptop. If you've got the cash and want the screen and the power here's a laptop to shortlist!
For under a grand and shy of a kilo this Acer has a lot going for it. It doesn't look as fancy as some, but as keyboards go it's a great work machine.
Perhaps the best affordable phone to launch in 2021, the Redmi name might be lesser known, but the Note 10 Pro's strong spec delivers the goods.
A Google Android OS-based bike computer - meaning it's quite phone-like - with plenty of promise and frequent updates that often improving features.
The G1 features the Evo panel, delivering higher HDR peak brightness and all the gaming goodness you could ask for. It's wall-mount only though.
The gaming phone with a faster screen refresh than you'll find anywhere else right now. Is it the gaming phone to beat all others?
The second plug-in hybrid from Skoda is the Octavia - that's the "iV" part - complete with all new interior. So is it a step into the future?
Garmin's radar-meets-rear-light is a pricey unit, but it's a highly effective safety net when it comes to detecting approaching traffic.
People Can Fly's shooter might not be the most innovative title, but it's got plenty of good fun to offer up.
A decent gaming capable laptop with an affordable price tag. So what gives? We've been testing the TUF Dash F15 to see whether it's hot or not.
The sport version of Audi's electric SUV has the most powerful output of the series - but also the more limited range as a result.
So far removed from the previous Mokka is hardly fits the name.
Is Sony's own gaming headset worth popping on your wishlist for the next time it appears on sale?
This small and unobtrusive wrist-based fitness band does a lot for a fairly little price. It's become a daily driver in our fitness rota.
Adding more capable hardware and improving the cameras has come at the cost of build materials for the OnePlus 9, but there's more to this story.
A 16-inch laptop might seem like an oddity, but given the performance and light weight, we think it'll make a super desktop replacement for many.