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Strikingly review | TechRadar

Strikingly is an unusual website builder with a focus on designing mobile-friendly single-page websites. Don’t be put off by the ‘single-page’ restriction – it’s not as limiting as you might think. Strikingly still allows you to add image galleries, a blog, custom forms, even a simple web store (with no …

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Voog review | TechRadar

Most website builders focus on ease of use and simplicity – in short, delivering a service that even the least technical home user can handle. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it could leave professional users wondering if the builder has the power they really need. Voog takes …

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Webeden review | TechRadar

First launched more than a decade ago, Webeden is a simple website builder from the UK. The Webeden website is distinctly short on details about the service. The best we could do is pick out some key phrases from a few generic paragraphs: templates, drag-and-drop, a web store, social media …

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Acer Swift 7 (2017) review

This review is of the 2017 Acer Swift 7 model. To see our impressions of the latest version, check out our new hands-on review of the 2018 Acer Swift 7. Since the arrival of the 12-inch MacBook, Apple’s rivals have responded in kind with enough super thin laptops to practically …

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Samsung Notebook 9 Pen hands on review

There doesn’t seem to be any end to the 2-in-1 laptop craze in 2018. In fact, Samsung is doubling down on the trend with the new Notebook 9 Pen. This 13.3-inch hybrid laptop comes with Samsung’s storied S Pen included within the device – just like the Galaxy Note 8. …

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Wix review | TechRadar

Wix is a giant of the website builder industry with 1,800 staff worldwide, a reported 110 million users and a reported average of 45,000 new signups every day. Browse the Wix website and clues to this success appear right away. The service isn’t just packed with appealing features, but the …

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AcePC AK1 Mini PC review

It’s difficult not to think of Acer and HP when you come across the AcePC AK1. The latter borrows some ideas from the likes of the HP Elite Slice and the Acer Revo Build M1. The visual similarities with the former are particularly striking, but there are some big differences, …

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Weebly review | TechRadar

Founded in 2007, Weebly is now one of the leading website builders with a mammoth 40 million customers worldwide. The service offers an array of site-building features. Responsive templates, drag-and-drop editing, photo galleries and slideshows, integrated site search, custom HTML, CSS and JavaScript for smarter customizations, and the list goes …

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Asus RT-AC86U review | TechRadar

Asus’ forte, in most aspects of technology, is generally doing things to the extreme. Routers are no different: the terrifying 8-antenna ROG Rapture GT-AC5300, for example, is a gaming router jammed to the gills with radios that looks less like a bit of wireless tech and more like the plinth …

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Linksys WRT32X Gaming Router review

Gaming and Wi-Fi don’t traditionally go hand in hand. Latency, lower pings, the possibility of signal drops, interference, your roommate clogging the thing with 4K streams of goodness knows what – these things are not what FPS fiends look for when they’re in the high-paced world of online gaming.  Granted, things …

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