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    HTC U11, U11+ Price Drops Announced; Now Start at €449

    HTC are looking to brute force sales of the U11 line a little bit with a 10% reduction. The U11 being offered at €449, in particular, is an exceptional deal for music lovers or those after a premium Android experience at a sub-premium price.

    Omen by HP 27 Display review – A Serious Monitor at...

    165Hz gaming is objectively slick and while shaving the response time down to 1ms might seem arbitrary, it does give gamers one less thing to blame when they get fragged. But Omen by HP 27 comes at a cost that needs justification.

    Silicon Power M.2 2280 A55 512GB Review

    Today, we are taking a look at our first product from the folks at Silicon Power. They were kind enough to send us in...

    Razer Launch the Worlds Smallest 15 inch Gaming Laptop

    Following on from the launch of the Razer Phone, their first foray into the Mobile Phone market, Razer are heading back to their roots...

    Samsung Galaxy S9+ review – Likeable But Not Lovable ‘iPhone X...

    Evolution rather than revolution. Galaxy S9+ is probably still worth the €1,000 asking price when compared to the iPhone X

    Honor View 10 review – Power and Style at a Discount

    The poor chassis speakers, lack of splashproofing and camera inconsistency may betray it somewhat when lined up with premium flagships. However, the Honor View 10 can compete elsewhere despite coming in around €200-300 less expensive than others.

    Linksys WRT32X AC3200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Gaming Router Review – Less Lag,...

    The Linksys WRT32X is the first router with support for the Killer Prioritization Engine, which is definitely a plus. Thanks to the easy installation,...

    Thrustmaster Confirm Specs and Price for Two Far Cry 5 Themed...

    With the release of Far Cry 5 merely weeks away, Thrustmaster has teamed up with Far Cry to launch officially licenced companion hardware with...

    Sony Xperia XA2 review – competitive all-round mid-ranger*

    For everyday tasks, looking good and shooting quality daylight shots, the Xperia XA2 will do nicely. But other handsets in the same price-bracket have more going for them.

    Sony Xperia L2 review: An Elephant Never Forgets

    Plenty of RAM, some great features and a generous battery make the Xperia a decent option for its price. But the device's camera, overall look and screen let it down.