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  • orb retro arcade machine

    Orb 2 Player Retro Arcade Machine – Review

    The collection of retro goodies from Orb and Thumbs UP UK continues with the release of its 2 Player Retro Arcade Machine: a nostalgic, arcade cabinet look-alike, that’s packed with over 300 games, and offers…

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    Roku Premiere – Review

    Do you want 4K streaming with support for Netflix, NowTV and more for just £40? Roku’s mid-level streaming device may be just the thing you’re looking for.

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    Setapp – Review

    SetApp is like Netflix or Readly for software. You pay a set monthly fee, for which you get unlimited access to over 150 apps.

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  • MINIX NEO G41V-4

    MINIX NEO G41V-4 – Review

    MINIX has recently launched two new mini-PC systems: the NEO J50C-4, and the NEO G41V-4. The former was powered by a Pentium Silver J5005 CPU, whereas the latter features a Celeron N4100; but the differences…

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    Call of Duty Mobile – Review

    Publisher: Activision Website: www.callofduty.com/mobile Price: Free Compatibility: iOS 9 or later The Call of Duty franchise has made somewhere in the region of $15 billion. $15 BILLION! That’s simply an unbelievable amount, and it’s testament…

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    RPi Ice Tower Cooling Fan – Review

    While the Raspberry Pi 4 is an impressive upgrade from its previous generations, most users have come across one flaw in particular: it gets a little bit hot. Don’t worry though, there’s a solution available…

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    Mario Kart Tour iOS – Review

    The legendary kart-racing franchise pulls on to the iOS starting grid.

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  • MINIX NEO J50C-4 (1)

    MINIX NEO J50C-4 – Review

    Mini-PC maker, MINIX, has released its long-awaited NEO J50C-4, its most powerful mini computer to date. We take one for a spin, and see how it fares against the company’s already impressive line-up.

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    SanDisk microSDXC for Nintendo Switch – Review

    With limited storage inside Nintendo’s hybrid console, you’re probably starting to see the various limited space warnings that appear when there’s mere megabytes left. Don’t worry, for a relatively small outlay you can boost the…

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    PowerA Fusion Pro Wired Controller – Review

    US based gaming company, PowerA, has a long history of producing hard working, high performance and quality gaming accessories. Covering Playstation, Xbox, Nintendo and PCs, there’s something for every type of gamer within the PowerA…

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    Zyxel Multy X and Multy Mini Pack – Review

    From the world’s first 3-in-1 data/fax/voice modem back in 1992, through to some of the most stable and fastest powerline adapters, Zyxel certainly knows its stuff.

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  • cyberghost 7 review

    CyberGhost 7 – Review

    In the eight years since CyberGhost was founded, it has repeatedly remained one of the best VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) available. Now with the release of version 7 of its client, we look to see…

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    LaCie Mobile SSD 1TB – Reviews

    Is this the future of mobile portable storage? We take a look at LaCie’s new solid-state pocket USB-A and USB-C drive, the fastest way to carry around your data.

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  • KitSound Hive H2o

    KitSound Hive2o Speaker – Review

    Not every speaker has to offer audiophile quality sound and cost a small fortune. This waterproof wonder is cheap, cheerful and surprisingly capable. But could it survive your next pool party?

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  • Raspberry Pi 4 model B

    Raspberry Pi 4 Model B – Review

    If you want to learn to program but don’t want to risk messing up your computer, the Raspberry Pi is a cheap and easy answer. Let’s take a look at the latest raspberry in the…

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