HP Spectre x360 13T Review: Thin and light with no compromises

In the face of all that No, the HP Spectre x360 13t simply says Yes.Of course the Spectre x360 13t has that, too.

Goal Zero Sherpa 100PD review: A heavy battery pack that's become my go-to for trips

The Sherpa 100PD has wireless charging, can put out 60W, and is well designed.The USB-C port is two-way, meaning that you use it to both charge the pack itself and to charge Power Delivery devices.

Microsoft Surface Pro X review: This isn't the long-lasting tablet we were hoping for

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Surface Pro X: Beautiful physical designLittle has changed from our first impression of the Surface Pro X: It’s a Surface Pro tablet, revved up for a new generation of tablet users.But Microsoft’s Surface tablets are known for their sleek, stylish physical designs, and the Surface Pro X lives up to its legacy.

Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 15-inch (Core i7) review: This is the one you should buy

This is more than enough to get you through your workday, and siginificantly longer than what was achieved by the 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 with AMD’s Ryzen 5 CPU, or the 15-inch Surface Laptop 3 with Ryzen 7.For now, however, this Surface Laptop 3 with an Intel Core i7 is the only Surface Laptop 3 we’d recommend.

Beelink T4 Windows thin client review

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The Beelink BT4 is a computer that does what it says on the box.Also check out the best business computers(Image credit: Future)DesignThe T4 is tiny at 106 x 106 x 17.

PocketGo review: Portable retro gaming bliss

Play for daysJust like the New BittBoy V3 before it, the PocketGo has a beautiful screen with plenty of backlighting power.The list of emulators reaches well into decades of gaming’s history, including NES, GameBoy, GameBoy Advance, SNES, Genesis, Mastersystem, PC Engine, NeoGeo, MAME, and even PlayStation 1.

Creative T100 review: These desktop speakers deliver superb sound from multiple sources

The company's speakers are consistently among the best I’ve reviewed, and its Pebble system is currently our pick for Best Overall Budget Speakers.This review is part of our ongoing roundup of the best budget computer speakers.

Akaso Trace 1 Pro review: A top choice in affordable front-interior dash cams

The kicker is, that at $130, the Trace 1 Pro is still in the financial ballpark for most users.Design and featuresThe Akaso Trace 1 Pro is a nice-looking black box that's roughly the size of a medium bar of soap.

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CommentsThe Volkswagen Passat GTE plug-in hybrid is fast and efficient, but it comes at a price The Passat GTE delivers an impressive blend of performance, refinement and efficiency without the looming shadow of a diesel engine.Our Choice Volkswagen Passat GTE estate Diesel isn’t dead, but Volkswagen more than anyone knows that it could be on borrowed time.

Seagate FireCuda 520 NVMe SSD review: Outstanding performance and 4th-gen PCIe


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Seagate FireCuda 520 PCIe 4 NVMe SSD

Seagate’s FireCuda 520 is fast, though only on a par with other premium M.It feels a little weird saying that last, as we’ve been on PCIe 3 for quite a long time.

23andMe Health + Ancestry review: The complete DNA testing package

Comprehensive testing, interesting results, and compelling presentation combine in the best overall DNA testing experience on the market today.However, 23andMe’s DNA testing service can provide more than just insights into your lineage.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Super review: Radeon RX 580 is finally dead

The GeForce GTX 1650 Super kicks ass.Let’s dig into the $170 Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1650 Super.

AMD Threadripper 3970X Review: 32 cores of unbeatable power

Its 32-core Ryzen Threadripper 3970X is the monster rising out of the sea to level Intel’s prosumer chips.With the new Threadripper 3970X, AMD has gone to a single 12nm IO Die that contains all of the access to PCIe 4.

Intel Core i9-10980XE Review: Winning the middle

Gordon Mah UngWhy the Core i9-10980XE is almost a dealThe Core i9-10980XE takes Intel pricing in a new direction—down.Why Core i9-10980XE isn’t exactly a 10th-gen chipBefore we get to performance, we’re going to try to explain where the Core i9-10980XE falls among Intel’s chip generations, because.

Corsair Virtuoso RGB SE review: Finally a fancy headset to match the rest of Corsair's hardware

That in mind, the Virtuoso RGB is the headset I always expected Corsair to make.The Virtuoso RGB is the latest headset to borrow from the design language of luxury cars and watches (following from Logitech’s G Pro X).

MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2019) review

(Image credit: Future)For anyone who was holding off buying a new MacBook Pro until the keyboard issues were sorted, we can safely recommend the new 16-inch MacBook Pro.This, along with an almost identical thin and light design that we’ve come to love from the MacBook, makes the MacBook Pro 16-inch a truly portable pro laptop.

Motorola Razr 2019 video review: updated design, underwhelming specs

Our thoughts on the modern-retro clamshell are below, but first why not check out this hands-on 2019 Motorola Razr review video from our colleagues at TechRadar?In the UK, the 2019 Motorola Razr will be exclusively available on EE, with pre-orders also opening in December.

iPhone XS review: Everything Apple has to offer, but in a smaller package Review


Reports indicate Apple's iPhone XS Max is by far the most popular of the iPhone XS line.1-inch iPhone XR just around the corner, the iPhone XS is the smallest iPhone Apple announced this year despite its price tag.

Dynabook Tecra X50-F review: This lightweight 15-inch business notebook falls a bit short

It's lightweight and attractive, but it falls shorts in some little ways and one big way—battery life.As the first out of the gate, however, the Tecra X50-F suffers from various small problems, overall lacking the polish of its rivals.

Nest Wifi review: A mesh Wi-Fi system and smart speaker mashup for Google Assistant fans

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The back of the Nest Wifi router (left) and Wifi Point.The Nest Wifi Point is a dual-band Wi-Fi 5 mesh access point, but it supports only two streams in each direction on each frequency band.