The Good: Dell’s nearly edgeless display makes the XPS 15 a complete joy to work on, and especially to watch video content. It’s got a very high standard build and feels like a premium product all around. The Bad: The 4K display is limited to the higher spec model, which is a shame. The Bottom Line: If a […]
I’ve currently got the Dell XPS 15 in for review, and for the most part, I think it’s a fantastic machine to work on and I’ll miss it when it’s returned. The standout feature on this laptop is of course that 4K InfinityEdge display; it’s so good to work on with good viewing angles, a […]
The Good: A simple design, comfortable materials and reliable performing mouse. Best of all, it works as advertised and drastically reduces the sound compared to other mice. The Bad: As the ‘Plus’ model to the M330 Silent I would have liked to see larger dimensions. I don’t have the largest hands but even I find […]
The original BatteryBox I reviewed was a brilliant accessory/tool to own as a MacBook owner. Instead of carrying around Apple’s messy power cord, BatteryBox gave me portable power wherever I was without the need to connect to a power outlet. Now the company behind BatteryBox, GBatteries, has launched BatteryBox Slim: an external battery that’s thinner […]
Twelve South’s BaseLift gives your MacBook a super slim, portable stand on the go. I’ve been using it for the last few weeks and now, I can’t seem myself with out it. Read the full review here!
Inateck’s MacBook sleeve is an inexpensive way to keep your Mac protected on the go. Find out what I think in this full review.
The ParcSlope is being marketed as “The MacBook stand you can type on.” Rather than lifting the entire MacBook, it keeps the keyboard touching the surface but raises the screen.
The latest company to jump into the 4K laptop market is now Acer, it’s no surprise though – If you take a look at the companies which produce Windows laptops, Acer will definitely be high up on the list with their budget to much more expensive systems. The brand new notebook comes as an addition to […]
Like it or not, everything is moving online and that’s where the appeal of a Chromebook comes in. Priced at around £200, they cost about half the price of a decent Windows-based laptop and to top it off, Chromebooks tend to be much faster, thanks to their Solid State Drives (SSDs) and light operating system.