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RHA T20i review | TechRadar

Good sound is subjective, yes, but there are things that we can all agree on that make a headphone sound good: Bass should be tight and impactful, highs detailed but not harsh, and mids that are smooth like honey.  Most headphone manufacturers shoot for these specs, but what if you want a little more bass or want to increase the ...

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Optoma UHD65 Projector review | TechRadar

Despite 4K resolution rapidly becoming a default feature of TVs despite a paucity of 4K broadcasts, the same is not true of projectors for the home.  In fact, Sony’s SXRD projectors like the VPL-VW300ES are still the only native 4K projectors for the home. That’s still the case, because this $2,499 (£2,999, AU$4,950) 4K beamer from Optoma – hot on ...

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SmugMug review | TechRadar

SmugMug is a specialist website building for creating custom photo and video websites. That sounds like a familiar idea, and many website builders claim they can do something similar, but SmugMug offers much, much more.  Your website can host unlimited photos and videos, for instance, subject to a few size restrictions (150MB for photos, 3GB and 20 minutes for videos).  ...

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B&O Beoplay H8i review | TechRadar

When deciding on a pair of headphones, people either go for an over-ear model such as the Sony WH1000XM2 which surrounds your ears and almost completely blocks noises from the outside world, or an in-ear model such as the Beoplay E8 that snugly fits in your ear canal. On-ear headphones that sit on your ear could be a tough sell ...

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Microsoft Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID review

Microsoft has been producing PC accessories such as keyboards and mice for decades, but now that it’s expanded into the PC-making business, the tech giant has grown the desire to maintain some design consistency between those peripherals and its core Surface products – and in the case of the new Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID, the Surface Studio in particular, which ...

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Asus Chromebook Flip review | TechRadar

The premium Chromebook is an idea that has existed for almost as long as Google’s notebook brand itself, and it’s an idea that has rarely been able to succeed. We could talk all day, reflecting on what went wrong in the past, but today, the Asus Chromebook flip is the answer you’ve been waiting for to appease your high-end Chromebook-ing ...

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Vistaprint Website Builder review | TechRadar

Vistaprint is a popular brand best known for its custom printing products: business cards, calendars, invitations, posters, photo gifts, t-shirts and more.  The company also provides some interesting digital services, including a website builder which enables anyone to quickly create their own professional website.  The builder is aimed very much at novices looking to build simple sites, but still provides ...

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Lenovo Yoga 920 review | TechRadar

In a year when we’ve seen a number of amazing 2-in-1 laptops, Lenovo has possibly saved the best for last with the Yoga 920, its follow-up to the sublime Yoga 910 The Lenovo Yoga 920 manages to retain the hallmark 360-degree hinge while also featuring USB-C ports, an improved webcam location, a better keyboard and longer battery life. Still, 2017 ...

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HP Spectre 13 review | TechRadar

Following the release of the extremely popular MacBook Air in 2011, Intel set out on a journey to subvert all preconceived notions of what a Windows laptop should be. Up until then, Microsoft-powered notebooks were notoriously cheap, unwieldy and – perhaps worst of all  – lacked the cool factor of their Apple-manufactured competitors. This effort resulted in the Ultrabook category, ...

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Acer Swift 7 hands on review

Acer has held the title of ‘world’s thinnest laptop’ for a minute, and continues to do so with the latest Acer Swift 7 in 2018. However, this time the firm has increased the display size to 14 inches without impacting the devices width, and introduced a fingerprint sensor for more secure login. On the flip side, however, Acer has decided ...

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Dell Advanced Laser Projector S518WL review

In the corporate sector, boardroom presentations are still important to senior management. At these events, senior people can absorb performance and trending data critical to the strategic decisions they need to make. The Dell S518WL Advanced Laser Projector is built for that exact scenario; delivering presentations on a regular basis that can be easily viewed by more than a handful ...

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HP Spectre x360 review | TechRadar

HP’s Spectre line has traditionally offered looks and decent performance at a reasonable price. After taking a step back and reevaluating its Spectre lineup, more specifically the 13-inch Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptop, a redesigned chassis, improved internals and a fancy stylus came to fruition. In many ways, the new design and features compete with the Microsoft Surface Book 2 and ...

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