Speedlink Xilu Speaker Review: Big sound from a small package

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  Speedlink Xilu Speaker Review – Speedlink is quite famous now for its line of mobile, Bluetooth speakers. The Portajoy, Playawave and Amparo range are all considered as some of the best portable speakers for your phone or tablet. This time round, we have the company’s newest portable speaker on test, the Xilu. This miniature cuboid speaker … Read more

Asus N551JX Review

Asus N550jx Ds71t 15.6 Inch Full Hd Touchscreen Laptop (intel Core I7 4720hq, 8gb Ddr3l Ram, 1tb Hdd, Windows 8.1), Silver

Great design and powerful components, but the screen mars an otherwise labs. Read our Asus N551JX Review The Asus N551JX’s powerful internals place it at the non-portable end of the spectrum. It’s 32mm thick and weighs a wince-inducing 2.7kg, even without its large power adapter. You won’t tip over backwards if you sling it into a … Read more

CyberGhost 5.5 Review

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CyberGhost 5.5 – David Hayward improves his online anonymity Features At A Glance Easy to use, one-click connection to global servers. Safe and ad-free browsing. Malware and anti-virus protection at the server level. AES 256-bit encryption, anti-fingerprinting, unlimited bandwidth Our online privacy has never been as more important as it is now. With various laws probably … Read more

Seagate Personal Cloud 4TB Review

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  Seagate Personal Cloud 4TB Review – Seagate makes a NAS box for those who don’t live and breathe computers. Not everyone wants total control when it comes to personal storage. Many people want a plug-and-play solution with the technical aspect, and the Seagate Personal Cloud is built just for them. Seagate makes the Personal Cloud … Read more

Magix Movie Edit Pro 2016 Premium Review

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Magix Movie Edit Pro 2016 Premium Review – Edit like a professional with Magix Movie Edit Pro 2016   The procedures and sophistication of modern video editors, together with the speed that our PC systems are now capable of, means that video editing is not such a chore as it used to be. Whereas professional editing … Read more

Philips 227E6E Review: Suitable for those with limited desk space

Philips 227E6E Review – Not True blue but SoftBlue features in this next review Not everybody has the space or need for one of the larger monitors that are currently available. For those who fall into this category, Philips offers its E-Line 227E6E display. This monitor features SoftBlue LED technology, which has been designed to help … Read more

Ashampoo Photo Commander 12 Review

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Ashampoo Photo Commander 12 Review | Sort out those folders full of images with Ashampoo’s Photo Commander 12 If you’re an avid snapper like me, then I’m sure you also have folders full of unedited and in the main unorganised images that you’re going to sort out ‘some day’. The trouble is that day never … Read more

Thermaltake Core P5 Review

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Thermaltake Core P5 Review | Nobody appreciates modded PCs as art better than CPU. Just flip to the Mad Reader Mod in this issue and you’ll see yet another world-class example of a PC that’s pleasing to the eye yet brutal with the benchmarks. But thanks to Thermaltake and the new Core P5, you can … Read more

Asus ZenPad 8.0 Z380C Review

Although It's A Budget Tablet, The Screen Is Remarkably Clear, And It Performs Well Enough Too.

A budget tablet that’s ideal for most users. Asus ZenPad 8.0 Z380C Review | We recently reviewed the very capable 8″ Asus ZenPad S 8.0 Z580CA and were really quite pleased with its performance, cost and style. Now it’s the turn of its younger sibling, the ZenPad 8.0 Z380C. Can it keep up the good … Read more