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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 preview

Introduction Taking a second to think can result in second thoughts. In the Galaxy 10.1 Note’s case it resulted in a second pair of CPU cores and double the RAM – a lethal combination, which only a select few of its foes dare stand against. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 official photos This is in case you wondering why you’re a reading another preview of a tablet that should’ve... 

Asus Transformer Pad Infinity review

We think that Asus, even more than Samsung, has produced the most interesting tablets, along with Apple. The firm threw itself into Android tablets from the start, and has really pushed the keyboard dock, giving people a way of getting more out of their tablets, and even offering the chance to ditch that old Windows laptop for something small, light and with amazing battery life. The Asus Transformer... 

Edifier Spinnaker e30 Bluetooth multimedia speaker system review

You needn’t listen to the devil’s music to enjoy Edifier’s latest Spinnaker speaker system, even if the horn-shaped structures might suggest otherwise. Oh, and they’re available in a red finish, just to add to their devilish charms. Undoubtedly striking to look at, can these tri-amped, 42cm tall speakers deliver to the ears as much as they do to the eyes? Design We suspect there’s going to... 

Nokia Asha 305 review

Introduction The Nokia Asha 305 is easily one of the cheapest phones with two SIMs and a touchscreen, the closest Android being almost twice as expensive. Price may be the biggest advantage this phone has over the competition but you’d better be prepared for more than a few surprises. Nokia Asha 305 official photos With the new Asha touch interface, an updated browser and access to the Nokia... 

Beats Pro by Dr. Dre review

If London’s 2012 Olympic Games are anything to go by, then there’s no chance to forget about Dre. The hip-hop Doc’s range of headphones have not only infiltrated a generation, they’ve made their way to high-profile athletes’ ears too. Although, such fun and games has now been outlawed by the brand police. Beats Pro – the cans that sit at the top of the Beats tree... 

ZyXEL WHD6215 wireless HDMI kit review

Cables are, it has to be said, Satan’s own work. Put two cables together behind your TV, give them five minutes alone, and when you return they will have knotted themselves into an impenetrable mess. Returning them to two cables will take a life, either yours, or theirs. We hate cables. They are from hell. So you won’t be surprised to learn that when Zyxel offered us the chance to try... 

Nexus 7 review

We have a love-hate relationship with the Android tablet. You can see it written across the pages of Pocket-lint, through numerous reviews. Do it right and the Android tablet is a wonderful companion. Do it wrong, and it’s an awkward shoehorning of the wrong software into cheap hardware. The Nexus 7 by Asus could change everything. It’s the right software, beautifully integrated into fantastic... 

Pentax K-30 review

Introduction One of the benefits to photographers of Canon and Nikon being so dominant in the market is that other companies like Pentax have to think a little bit harder to offer prospective buyers something different. In several cases this has resulted in manufacturers turning to compact system cameras (CSC) and abandoning their SLR line-up. So after its flurry of activity in the compact system... 

Samsung Galaxy S3 vs. HTC One X

The Samsung Galaxy S3 has finally been unveiled, and it’s looking a mighty fine handset. But it’s not the only Android smartphone vying for your attention, and your cash. HTC made good on their promise to deliver a more concise, quality handset portfolio this year, with the HTC One X the stunning new flagship device in their range. But which is better, the Samsung Galaxy S3, or the HTC... 

Samsung Galaxy Beam review: Home cinema

Introduction The first attempts at a projector phone didn’t quite work out for Samsung. For many that would be enough to call it a day, but not the Koreans. You don’t become the world’s number 1 phone manufacturer by giving up easily, so Samsung chose to take a step back, learn from mistakes and give it another go. The Samsung I8530 Galaxy Beam takes a completely different approach... 
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