Reviews

Hands on with Samsung's Galaxy Note Edge

Samsung makes an original design statement with the Edge and it's an upsell that should make sense to anyone in the market for the Galaxy Note phablets.

REVIEW: Surface Pro 3 - Third time lucky for Microsoft?

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With Steve Ballmer out of the picture and Microsoft chanting the ‘platforms and productivity’ mantra espoused by new CEO Satya Nadella, the Surface Pro 3 just might be Microsoft’s last chance to turn its tablet/laptop hybrid into a commercial hit.

Is anyone interested in Windows Phones anymore?

As Android and Apple carve up the smartphone market between them HTC’s decision to release a Windows version of the One M8 phone is unlikely to do Microsoft any favours.

The Android Wear experience: Google's smartwatches

Google reckons the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live have the design and software chops, but is an Android Wear smartwatch really a must-have accessory?

My week with the FitBit Flex - a desk jockey's hands on review

If you spend your days parked at a desk, a FitBit alone isn't going to turn your life around.

LG G3: Not good enough to beat the competition

LG has raised the stakes with its new flagship smartphone but the G3 is let down by some frustrating missteps in critical areas.

REVIEW: Asus Transformer Pad TF103 - Far from cheap and nasty

Hybrid Android devices once offered the worst of both worlds when it came to productivity. Asus' Transformer Pad TF103 strikes a decent balance with a wallet-friendly price tag.

REVIEW: Motorola Moto X

Long before Apple’s iPhone became synonymous with the mobile phone, there was Motorola. Now the pioneer is back and its Moto X could be Android’s answer to the iPhone.

OnePlus One: The Android superphone

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The OnePlus One is what an affordable smartphone should be, easily outpacing heavyweights like Samsung when it comes to delivering the Android experience.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S: Can it beat the iPad?

Samsung’s latest tablet is, in many ways, a massive Galaxy S5 and inherits both the good and the bad aspects of the smartphone.

REVIEW: Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet

The Xperia Z2 is an almost-perfect 10-inch Android tablet, but is it an iPad killer?

Microsoft Surface Pro 3: Is it good enough to replace the laptop?

Microsoft almost gets the ultimate 'post-PC' device right but the Surface Pro 3 still has a long way to go before it can give the MacBook Air a run for its money.

Nokia Lumia 2520: Poor value even with the nice bits

Nokia's first tablet does have some pleasing features but its hefty price tag is likely to be a turn-off.

Sony Xperia Z2: The best Android phone on the market

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There's a lot to like about Sony's latest flagship smartphone and while existing Z1 users may not upgrade in a hurry the Z2 is a handy all-rounder.

New MacBook Air: Can it get any better ?

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The once outrageously priced laptop is now the most affordable laptop Apple has ever sold and there's still room for some improvement.

REVIEW: Lenovo ThinkPad 8

Lenovo's 8.3-inch tablet boasts an impressive display, but a less-than-stellar battery life coupled with a complete lack of stylus support is likely to be a deal breaker for some.

REVIEW: Samsung Galaxy S5

The Galaxy S5 delivers on display and battery life but the overall experience leaves a lot to be desired.

REVIEW: HTC One M8

HTC is going through a rough patch at the moment but its latest device is just about the best designed smartphone on the market.

REVIEW: HP Chromebook 11

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The HP Chromebook is a good ultra-light portable that’s somewhat hamstrung by the limitations of cloud services for travelling workers.

REVIEW: ASUS Transformer Book Trio

It's a laptop. It's a tablet. It's a desktop PC. But is it worth the premium price tag?

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