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Acer Aspire 5 A515-54-30BQ review: A dual-core laptop that's slim, light, and priced to move

This $400 model of the Aspire 5 packs a roomy full-HD display and a solid dual-core Intel CPU into a slim chassis that weighs less than four pounds.Also inside this budget Aspire 5 is 4GB of DDR4 RAM, which is…not great, but not terribly unusual for such an inexpensive laptop.

Mad Catz S.T.R.I.K.E. 4 review: The resurrection continues with this surprisingly normal keyboard

I admit, I don’t have the same nostalgia for Mad Catz’s keyboard efforts.The Strike 4 is brand new, but in many respects looks like a relic from 2011 or so.

Mophie Powerstation XXL review: This is the portable battery you're looking for

Now it’s time for it to be replaced by its burly brethren: Mophie’s Powerstation XXL, a $70 battery pack that has more capacity and is just as efficient.Note: This review is part of our roundup of portable power banks.

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance review: "Beauty blooming amidst war and horror"

The most haunting aspect of the original Dark Crystal movie was not the groundbreaking puppetry or high fantasy storyline, but the sense of menace embodied in the ravaged Skekis, the mangled vulture-like creatures that rule over the fictional world of Thra.For those of you who embark on Netflix's prequel series, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, you’re going to have to face that same peril and heartbreak again – and, this time, it’s even better than before.

Hands on: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare review

Early Verdict
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare looks to take the series away from the Battle Royale craze, and back to its roots of high-paced action.If you're looking for a quick game mode that you can sneak in on your lunch break, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare has you covered.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus: ongoing camera review and the first 72 hours

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Update: The Samsung Note 10 camera takes brilliant photos, and we put it to the test over the day 72 hours, snapping several low-light photos from its multi-lens setup.Here's our ongoing Note 10 camera review.

8BitDo SN30 Pro+ review: Vintage style meets modern hardware & software

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8BitDo SN30 Pro+ review: The best controller for the PC?Adam compares the SN30 Pro+ from 8BitDo to the SN30 Pro, DualShock 4, and Xbox One controllers to see which is best for PC gaming.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus ongoing review: Here's how long the 'all-day' battery ran

The deal with the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus First, there's not just one Note 10, but two: The 6.There are four rear cameras in the larger Note 10 Plus, and no microSD card slot in the smaller Note 10.

Samsung Galaxy A50 review: A $350 phone that gives Galaxy a whole new meaning

Like the S10e, the Galaxy A50 has a “flat” Infinity U screen as opposed to the curved display on the Galaxy S and Note lines.Christopher Hebert/IDG

The $350 A50 has one thing the thousand-dollar Galaxy S10+ doesn’t have: a headphone jack.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus ongoing review: Night mode camera makes a difference

The deal with the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus First, there's not just one Note 10, but two: The 6.There are four rear cameras in the larger Note 10 Plus, and no microSD card slot in the smaller Note 10.

Apple iPhone XS Max review: the best gets bigger

5-inch model is called the iPhone XS Max instead of ‘plus’ – because while it’s bigger than the 5.The iPhone XS Max comes in three colours: silver, space grey, and the new gold finish.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ review (early verdict): the no-compromise Note

Meanwhile, the Galaxy Note 10+ boasts the kind of pocket-stretching, thumb-aching screen we’ve come to expect from the Galaxy Note range.(Image credit: Samsung)Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ review: Display, DesignWe were pretty effusive about the Galaxy Note 10 and how it’s new compact design just feels right.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review (early verdict): size really does matter

While the Galaxy Note 10+ packs the sort of thumb-straining screen you’d expect from the range that popularised phablets, the Galaxy Note 10 opts for a more conservative 6.(Image credit: Samsung)Samsung Galaxy Note 10 review: Display, DesignHolding the Galaxy Note 10 in your palm, it just feels right.

Jaguar F-Pace SVR review | Auto Express

CommentsThe Jaguar F-Pace SVR came late to the performance SUV party but was certainly worth the wait We’re big fans of the Jaguar F-Pace SVR – it’s a high-performance SUV with an intoxicating hot-rod character.Insurance groupsInsurance will be pricey: the Jaguar F-Pace SVR sits in insurance group 48 out of 50.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus ongoing review: Seriously fast battery charging, awkward buttons

The deal with the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus First, there's not just one Note 10, but two: The 6.There are four rear cameras in the larger Note 10 Plus, and no microSD card slot in the smaller Note 10.

Armari Magnetar X200 4.5GHz 28c WS review: The world’s fastest workstation?

Alongside the 28 cores, Armari has given the X200 a sizeable 96GB of 3,200MHz DDR4 SDRAM.5GHz 28c WS review: Storage
Armari's storage choice is unusual and Intel-focused.

Cybertron CLX Ra gaming PC review

Our Verdict
CybertronPC's CLX Ra is a massive beast of a machine that delivers mighty performance, but is saddled with a price tag well above DIY pricing.Oddly, however, opening that side panel to access the Ra's guts is a bit more involved than you might expect.

Galaxy Note 10 Plus ongoing review: What's good and bad so far

The deal with the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus First, there's not just one Note 10, but two: The 6.There are are four rear cameras in the larger Note 10 Plus, and no microSD card slot in the smaller Note 10.

'Fire Emblem: Three Houses' Review: Get Sucked Into One of the Best Nintendo Switch Games This Year

Fire Emblem: Three Houses, the latest installment in the long-running series, is available now for Nintendo Switch and it's one of my personal favorite games of 2019.After Fire Emblem Awakening and Fire Emblem Fates on the Nintendo 3DS, Three Houses had a lot to live up to.

Swiftpoint Z review: Would you spend $230 on a mouse?

Always a fan of gloriously pricey peripherals, I recently took the Swiftpoint Z for a spin to find out.(Note: As of this writing, Amazon is selling the Swiftpoint Z for $150.