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Archeer A320S 25W Bluetooth Speaker

...  The drivers and sub surfaces are fully exposed which no doubt would be cause for concern around little fingers, but the easy fix is to put it out of reach. There is a port on the back allowing for mor ...

Dune Goes 4K -- Dune Solo 4K Reviewed

... of kit. The rear of the unit is the business end, with the Solo 4K’s small rear surface area covered with neatly labelled ports and receptacles. Along with a second USB 2.0 port and the usual power, ...

Polaroid Cube - the Smallest Action Camera Yet?

... ruggedised pocket camera that takes video and still shots. Is there a market for something that you can take everywhere and anywhere, reasonably unobtrusive and stick to any magnetic surface? Is it worth ...

Lofree MT-200 2.4 GHz Wireless Touch Panel

... surface of the touch pad is discreet grey and blue markings for a QWERTY keyboard. You can swap between keyboard and mouse mode via a button on the top left of the touchpad.   In Action The unit ...

QNAP HS-210 Silent NAS

... top surface unobstructed as it is clearly designed to dissipate the heat load in the absence of a fan. Like all NAS these days, the fight is not so much over hardware specifications but features and functionalit ...

Samsung Bluetooth Body Scale

... brains under a bland black exterior, just a single LCD display to break the uniform black of the surface. There is just the one button on the underside to change the units between metric and imperial. ...

Dyson Digital Slim DC59 Animal Handstick -- Reviewed

... nd cut pile plush carpet surfaces with an approximate 50/50 distribution. Beyond routine vacuuming, the portable nature of the DC59 Animal also made it the go-to for minor spills and incidental clean  ...

HP Chromebook 14 with Haswell hands-on (video)

... ath the convention center's lighting, though it's difficult to tell after just a few minutes of surfing around. It's also not the lightest Chromebook we've ever held, as it measures about 0.81-inch thin an ...

iFixit breaks open an HTC One, literally

Considering its sleek, primarily aluminum construction we never thought the HTC One was going be easy to crack open. But, it seems not even iFixit was completely prepared for the challenge of picking ...

Sony Xperia Z review

... ere was a removable NFC sticker, but otherwise there are only some Xperia branding and a few serial numbers at the bottom interrupting that white surface. On the front, there's no white paneling (aside f ...

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