To call it the "entry" OLED model in LG's 2020 range somewhat undersells this super 4K telly. Shame the catch-up services aren't yet complete is all.
Does the Intel version improve on the Qualcomm model when it comes to functionality? Yes, but battery life takes a hit. Here's what to expect.
Minimalist styling and exceptional audio make these in-ears truly awesome. There aren't as many features as some competitors though.
The 2020 A3 looks to appeal to those who want something a cut above. It's high-tech, high-spec - and looks set to dominate the premium compact market.
Close to the top of Garmin's range, this multisport watch offers heaps of fitness and smart features - but does it make more sense to buy the 945?
Loaded with smart Sony tech to manage background noise. Are these the headphones for you?
The Aorus 17X is an extreme gaming laptop - think desktop replacer - meaning it can do everything a serious gaming machine can, but is also portable.
The gaming phone - shown here in its red and blue 'Pulse' finish - brings a lot of spec for the money, including a 144Hz fast refresh screen.
A car that probably shouldn't exist - but we're glad it does, because it's a total beast that's about as far removed from a Yaris as possible.
Yee-haw! The third-generation Cowboy e-bike is a very special product with lots of anti-theft tech smarts. It rides smooth and over long distance too.
OnePlus has launched a true mid-ranger in every sense of the word with the Nord N10
The first Vivo phone to arrive in Europe proper, the X51 - called the X50 Pro elsewhere - has an impressive gimbal camera stabilisation system.
If you want extra audio presence for your TV then the HT-G700 is worth consideration. But its surround soundstage isn't entirely convincing.
The largest Pixel model for 2020 may well be the best - offering some bonus points over even the Pixel 5. Here's why it's the one to buy.
The Echo Dot and Echo Dot with Clock have changed in 2020. But is it a design shift for the better?
We've been using the new MacBook Pro with M1 processor to find out how it performs. Are there any problems? Is the battery that much better?
The latest COD has the same draw as ever, but does it seem quite as finished as you'd hope? We've been digging into all the modes to find out.
Nintendo has brought back Game & Watch, but with a few key differences to make it an essential purchase for retro games fans and collectors alike.
A compact flagship phone that's actually worth having. If you want a small and mighty Android handset then this could be the best available in 2020.
Play Mario Kart in the real world using your Nintendo Switch. That's what this mixed reality racing game experience is all about.
The second-gen update to the tether-free, wireless virtual reality headset from Oculus. It's got a great starting price, improved features and more.
The PS5 Media Remote is a relatively simple remote control for the media side of the console. Here's what we think of it.
The first next-gen Assassin's Creed title to launch, Valhalla, is set in 9th century England. And it's all about Vikings. Oh yes. But is it any good?
We've been listening to the HomePod mini to find out how it sounds and whether it should be your next smart speaker
It can be argued that this is the first, truly great "exclusive" for the PS5 and a brilliant way to kick start the next generation. Here's why.
Massive in both standing and real-life, the PlayStation 5 is a games console like no other. Here's what we think of Sony's towering next-gen console.
VW's first standalone all-electric car is a hatchback to lure you into the world of EVs and away from buying just yet another Golf. So what's it like?
The Series X is the new flagship of the Xbox ecosystem, but does its compatibility with current gen machines and games also diminish its wow factor?
The flagship Ambilight set with integrated Bowers & Wilkins soundbar looks and sounds spectacular. Does it miss any tricks?
Microsoft has taken the bold step to offer a cheaper, smaller entry to next-gen in the form of the Xbox Series S. Here's what we think of it.
It might be mini by name, but the Apple iPhone 12 mini is mighty by nature. It will make you appreciate the little things in life. Here's our review.
We've been using the new Max model to find out if it's just about going big, or whether there is more to this iPhone than the others in the range.
Is the Storage Expansion Card essential for Xbox Series X and S owners, or could you make do with an external USB HDD instead?
The tool for all your cleaning needs? The HX1 might be expensive, but this battery-powered vacuum's modular system means it meets a number of demands.
This responsive baby cot uses rocking and white noise to aid a baby's sleep. Is it worth its high price tag though?
Harman Kardon's take on the Sonos Move. It's bassier, bolder, and cheaper. Which - if you like bass in your music - makes it one stellar home portable
The 2020 version makes some upgrades, but how much of a difference do they make?
Beats' neckband earphones might just be the best value for money that we've ever seen in this category.
Offering a premium design and multiple health features, is the Fitbit Sense worth its price tag?
The 2020 Amazon Echo is a design rework that takes on a surprising spherical form, but is it a worthy improvement over the established existing model?
A lost classic that has a second chance to get the acclaim it deserves: Pikmin 3 Deluxe is set alive anew on Nintendo Switch.
Legion moves the Watch Dogs hacking action to a dystopian London and it's all the better for it. Here's why.
There's a new Echo Dot with a new design for 2020 - but is it any good?
Does it make sense to buy the partially electrified CR-V? For business users, it makes a strong case. For private sales, less so. Here's why:
If you're in the market for an estate with genuinely practical plug-in benefits then the Skoda Superb iV Estate is a total class-leader. Here's why.
Huawei has announced the newest Mate series phone, the Mate 40 Pro, and it's got the specs to make your mouth water
It's the first laptop to feature Intel's Iris Xe Max discrete graphics. Its build isn't great, but the balance of power to price makes a lot of sense.
In a Chromebook guise the long-lasting Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c chipset finally makes sense, unlike in Windows-based machines. Here's why.
With that classic Porsche Design carbon fibre finish, what else does the Acer Book RS have to offer that makes it especially high-end?