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Devolo dLAN 1200 triple+ Starter Kit review

If you want to extend the network in your home or office, but don’t fancy running cables or using Wi-Fi, the only practical solution is powerline networking. By using existing power lines as data conduits, you can avoid the challenging requirements of running Cat5/6 cabling, and yet achieve many of …

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Lenovo Legion Y920 Tower review

Lenovo is pressing onward with its Legion lineup of gaming machines with the latest Legion Y920T gaming tower. This is the next step for the Y9xx series, as it makes incremental improvements on the IdeaCentre Y900 of 2016 and and the Y900 of 2017.  While its predecessors were gaming and …

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Samsung Notebook 9 (2017) review

Editor’s Note: What follows in this review is our impressions of the 2017 Samsung Notebook 9 (15-inch) model. For our thoughts on the latest version, read our Samsung Notebook 9 review for 2018. Last summer, the Samsung surprised us with its Notebook 9 Pro, a 2-in-1 laptop that will be …

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Trendnet TV-NVR104K review | TechRadar

This box of surveillance tricks from Trendnet includes everything you need to set up a multi-room security system that’ll cover the inside and outside of your office. Ethernet cabling, fixing screws, a mouse and two network cameras are all included, and you can add two more cameras to the four-way …

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Acer Nitro 5 review | TechRadar

The Acer Nitro 5 is a mid-range gaming laptop that’s aiming to sate the majority of gamers.  The 15.6in screen size should be enough for most players, and its GTX 1050 graphics chip is designed to deliver smooth gaming on the panel’s 1080p resolution. The Acer costs $999 (£950, AU$1,639) …

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Squarespace review | TechRadar

Squarespare is an interesting website builder with an approach and a feature set which immediately stands out from the competition. The Squarespace website doesn’t hit you with lengthy feature lists and densely packed comparison tables, for instance. Instead, it follows a ‘show, don’t tell’ approach, presenting a host of templates …

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Duda review | TechRadar

Launched in 2010, Duda is a popular website builder which allows users to create fast, modern and mobile-friendly websites. Pay particular attention to that mobile-friendly aspect. Unlike some of the competition, that doesn’t just mean ‘we have a few mobile-oriented templates’ – Duda was designed from the very beginning with …

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Asus VivoBook Pro 15 review

The Asus VivoBook line of laptops spans the entire spectrum of users. From the slim and affordable VivoBook S to the VivoBook Flip that’s even smaller and built for all sorts of contortions and use cases, to the VivoBook Pro, designed to combine portability with power. Despite the ‘Pro’ name …

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FreeVPN Free VPN Proxy for Chrome review

FreeVPN Free VPN Proxy is a Chrome extension which provides a free unlimited bandwidth proxy to – the developer claims – ‘unblock any website’. The add-on offers a small but widely spread network, with locations in Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Singapore, United Kingdom and United States. That might not be enough …

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Dell XPS 15 (2018) hands on review

The latest Dell XPS 15 is all about bringing the power of Intel H series and Core i9 processors to a laptop thin as an Ultrabook. In that regard, Dell absolutely delivers, enabling specifications with serious power available in a thin and light, 14-inch laptop frame. Naturally, that frame houses …

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