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Astro A20 review | TechRadar

Astro recently introduced the  A10 Gaming Headset to offer the quality and allure of the brand’s pricier, surround sound offerings at a much lower price. And now, the Astro A20 Wireless Headset finds itself between those two extremes.  As the name suggests, it’s wireless like Astro’s higher-end offerings, such as …

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Private Internet Access VPN review

If network size is top of your VPN priorities then Private Internet Access will appeal immediately, its 3,200+ servers in 25 countries leaving many competitors trailing in its digital wake. The service offers plenty of features. There’s support for five devices, PPTP, OpenVPN and L2TP/IPSec protocols, a SOCKS5 proxy and …

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Apple MacBook (2016) review | TechRadar

[Editor’s Note: This is a review of the 2016 12-inch MacBook model. For our thoughts on the latest edition, check out our newly published 2017 12-inch MacBook review.] Did you buy the 12-inch MacBook? I did, but not because I wanted one. No, the laptop I really wanted was a …

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Edgemesh review | TechRadar

Edgemesh is an interesting web acceleration technology which provides a simple and speedy way to accelerate your website performance. Unlike content delivery networks (CDNs), which rely solely on an expensive network of data centers, Edgemesh works as a client-side platform. Once you’re set up, visitors to your site automatically become …

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MSI GV62 7RC review | TechRadar

The MSI GV62 7RC-225UK is an unconventional gaming notebook. For starters, it costs just $1,085 (about £829, AU$1,414) – and MSI has built it for esports rather than the biggest and best new games. The machine’s esports ambitions come from a new Nvidia chip designed for these popular and undemanding …

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iStorage diskAshur Pro2 review | TechRadar

Those who carry sensitive information around with them on a daily basis are doubtless concerned by the possibility of losing the device carrying that precious data (or worse still, having it stolen). Equally, if the mobile storage you use is secure, what happens if you fail to return to the …

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Certa Hosting review | TechRadar

Certa is an experienced UK-based hosting company which offers ‘premium web hosting‘ and 24/7 support for a budget price. The baseline specification is solid, with unlimited disk space and bandwidth, daily backups, easy installation of WordPress and other common apps, and comprehensive website management via the industry-standard cPanel. The £2.49 …

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Promise Apollo Cloud 2 Duo 8TB review

The Promise Apollo Cloud 2 Duo 8TB aims to provide lots of personal cloud space for those who lack confidence and don’t necessarily take for granted that their global cloud services will always be there. A little paranoia goes a long way with technology, we say. And the Apollo Cloud …

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Acer Chromebook Spin 11 review

Acer isn’t bashful when it comes to who it built the Chromebook Spin 11 for. This is a rugged Chromebook that can handle an accidental spill, the occasional drop from a desk or someone standing is meant to be in a classroom, of course. Chromebooks range in price and size, …

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Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017) review

It’s no secret that the tablet market is in decline. People don’t need to buy a new tablet every couple of years, the way they buy a phone. While Apple and Microsoft try to conjure fresh interest with a flurry of overpowered wannabe laptop replacements, Amazon has chipped away at …

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