Only Apple has the chutzpah to take a midrange phone and bung its latest screamingly fast processor in it. Add in 5G plus improved battery and camera performance and you may well end up with something that smaller hands and pockets are crying out for.
ASUS ROG GT-AX6000 Dual Band WiFi 6 Gaming Router Review
by Greg Hook
The ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AX6000 Dual-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router offers a very high-end specification including 2.5G ports, 6000Mbps speeds and gaming focused features, free security protection, VPN support and more! But it does cost £339.
ASUS ZenWiFi Pro XT12 WiFi 6 Mesh WiFi System Review
by Greg Hook
We take a look at the ultra high end ASUS ZenWiFi Pro XT12 Mesh and Wi-Fi 6 System. Costing £700, it includes a mouth watering specification and a whole host of excellent features. It also looks like a work of art too, but is it worth the significant outlay?
ASUS ZenWiFi AX Hybrid WiFi 6 Powerline Mesh WiFi System Review
by Greg Hook
We take a look at ASUS ZenWiFi AX Hybrid all singing and dancing Powerline, Mesh and Wi-Fi 6 System. At £300 this looks to offer everything you need to get fast Wi-Fi to every corner of the home and more! (mansions excluded).
Apple iPad mini 6th Gen Versus iPad 9th Gen Review
by David Phelan
With plenty of shared technology between the two, we put Apple's 2021 iterations of its iPad tablets through their paces to determine whether the small and speedy iPad mini is a better prospect than the larger iPad 9th Gen which lacks some features but is still great value.
For its latest Pixel 6 and flagship Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, Google has introduced its own, years in the developing, Tensor chip which optimises the way hardware and software work together. Does this Apple-style proprietary processor deliver the goods?
Apple's seventh iteration of its Watch is only the second time it's undergone a design change and the bigger, brighter display hides some modest improvements under the hood such as faster charging and a new dust proof rating, as well as plenty of colour, face and strap options.
The world's first curved gaming monitor with Mini LED and Quantum Matrix Technology, 49" 5120 x 1440 resolution, HDR 2000, 240Hz and more than you could possibly want on a monitor! Could this be the Ultimate Gaming Monitor?
Netgear's RBK853 Tri-band Mesh WiFi 6 System promises to offer everything you could possibly need and more to create the fastest, full coverage home network you are ever likely to need, but that does come at a hefty cost of £940!