Hands-on review: LaCie Rugged USB-C 2TB

Okt 05

LaCie is probably not a name you’d recognise as a popular hard drive vendor. However, the Seagate-owned French brand (‘Cie’ is a shorter version of ‘company’ in French) has carved out a nice little niche in the crowded storage market. Our review of the Porsche Design Mobile Drive 4TB left us hungry for more. That particular drive...

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Hands-on review: Pebble 2

Okt 05

We’ve had the Pebble 2 in our testing labs for a few days, but we’re not quite ready to bring you the full review just yet – stay tuned as we’ll give you the full rundown of this updated classic smartwatch shortly! The Pebble 2 doesn’t add much from the original Pebble watch at all – if you’re an owner of the first model,...

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Hands-on review: UPDATED: Google Pixel XL

Okt 05

You don’t have to shop in the big-and-tall section of stores to want the Google Pixel XL. It’s a powerful phablet at a still-reasonable size, and it’s made by Google. This 5.5-inch Android phone is the successor to last year’s Nexus 6P, as Google is altogether ditching the affordable, developer-focused Nexus brand in favor of the Pixel XL and...

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Hands-on review: UPDATED: Google Daydream View

Okt 05

Google Daydream View is the exciting new virtual reality headset for everyone else on Android who hasn’t bought a new Samsung smartphone and the Samsung Gear VR. Yes, it’s another mobile-based VR headset, but this one is poised to work with more Android phones in the future, starting next month with the brand new Google Pixel and Pixel XL. Daydream View...

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Hands-on review: Updated: Google Pixel

Okt 04

Google Pixel review Nexus is dead. Pixel is king. Say hello to the Google Pixel, a handset ushering in a new era of the search giant’s smartphone range. It arrives alongside the larger (and even more expensive) Google Pixel XL, as the firm doubles up on devices for another year. The Pixel takes over from 2015’s Nexus 5X as the smaller offering in...

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