Hardware, News

Nintendo Labo VR

Perhaps it shouldn’t come as a surprise that Nintendo’s new foray into virtual reality involves holding a cardboard elephant to your face. Nintendo is not one for the technological arms race that has defined video game VR so far, with its expensive headsets and controllers. No, an ebullient toymaker at heart, Nintendo prefer a wind-pedal… Read More Nintendo Labo VR

Hardware, Reviews

Lenovo Miix 510

There are a couple of reasons (battery, screen) why you’d go for the Surface Pro 4 instead, but the Miix 510 offers an awful lot for the price. If you’re on the market for a workhorse convertible that covers the basics then the Miix 510 isn’t a bad choice, but it’s far from the complete… Read More Lenovo Miix 510

Hardware, Reviews

Moto G7 Plus

Good Extremely fast charging Still has a headphone jack Good value for money Bad Battery drains with intensive use LCD screen not as colorful Motorola has not altered its strategy much with the new Moto G7 range. The software is clean, the hardware tasteful and the prices cover a broad range of budgets. Compared to… Read More Moto G7 Plus

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Acer Swift 7

Good Excellent design Built-in LTE option Decent battery life Bad Touchpad doesn’t click Awfully weak performance for price Poor webcam placement Lacking audio The Acer Swift 7 is an ultra-compact notebook that is well suited for mobile use. The Swift 7 slightly improves on its predecessor in all areas; the greatest difference is the larger… Read More Acer Swift 7

Hardware, Reviews

Dell Precision 3520

You can’t work at your desk all the time. The Dell Precision 3520 uses discrete graphics in a workstation that’s small enough that you could carry it around. The Nvidia Quadro GPU and Intel Core i7 CPU make a potent mix for multitasking and graphics performance, and the optional six-cell battery lasted over 10 hours.… Read More Dell Precision 3520