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Apple Final Cut Pro X 10.4 review

Don’t let the numbering fool you. Just as is the case with Apple’s Mac operating system, seemingly minor numerical increases in version numbers actually denote major changes and improvements, and Final Cut Pro X (FCPX) 10.4 certainly delivers on this front. The big banner update is support for 360-degree video …

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Brother DCP-J774DW review | TechRadar

This is a modest inkjet printer in terms of both size and price – it retails at around £145 (about $195) – and its paper size is limited to A4. There’s no fax functionality here either, but with the ability to scan, copy and print on both sides of the …

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Steelseries Arctis 7 gaming headset review

Hardcore PC gamers are well acquainted with Danish manufacturer SteelSeries: it makes mice, keyboards and gaming headsets that are perennially popular with the e-sports brigade.  The latest addition to its line-up is the Arctis 7, a mid-priced $149 (£159.99 / AU$259) wireless headset that boasts DTS Headphone: X surround-sound and …

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Bitdefender Box 2 review | TechRadar

Bitdefender Box 2 is a smart home security appliance which shields desktop PCs, laptops, mobiles, tablets and all your connected devices from hackers, malware and more. The Box is essentially a supercharged router which can replace or run alongside your existing networking kit. Connect your devices to the Box and …

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Cyberlink PowerDirector 16 review | TechRadar

Video editing can be a complex, time-consuming process, but with Cyberlink PowerDirector 16 it’s not only easy – it’s great fun, too. That’s not to say PowerDirector 16 is only suitable for beginners – it’s a complete video production suite that’s packed with advanced tools you’d expect to find in …

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JBL Link 20 Google Assistant smart speaker review

The JBL Link 20 is a Google Home speaker. It gets you all the benefits of the original Google Home, but adds battery-powered portability, great water resistance and JBL’s own sound signature. At £199/$199 it’s not cheap, though.  If you don’t care too much about portability, the Sonos One sounds …

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Canon i-Sensys MF735Cx review | TechRadar

This is a fairly large unit for an A4 printer with no provision for A3 paper, but it does offer a lot of features at its recommended price point of £599 (around $800). Printing, scanning, copying and faxing are the four basic functions of a 4-in-1 multifunction device, but Canon …

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Dell XPS 13 (2016) review

This is a review of the 2016 Dell XPS 13 model. Click the following link to read our review of the very latest, 2017 Dell XPS 13. The Dell XPS 13 epitomizes laptops in a way that Apple should envy at this point. For the past few years, it’s become …

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Alienware AW3418DW review | TechRadar

The Alienware AW3418DW gaming monitor is another ultrawide display that offers immersive gameplay experiences by filling the player’s peripheral vision with an elongated, 21:9 aspect ratio.  While most modern monitors and widescreen TVs have an aspect ratio of 16:9, a 21:9 aspect ratio means the screen is a lot wider …

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Lenovo Yoga 920 review | TechRadar

In a year in which we’ve seen a number of remarkable 2-in-1 laptops, Lenovo has saved possibly the best until last with the Yoga 920, its follow-up to the fantastic Yoga 910. The Lenovo Yoga 920 features USB-C ports, an improved webcam location, a better keyboard and boosted battery life, …

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