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Review: Giga Lounger

Here is our review of the Giga Lounger - the first one-key automatic inflatable lounger.

Review: Bowfell Compact Bluetooth Soundbar from Majority

It's time to review the Bowfell Compact Bluetooth Soundbar from Majority.

Are You Prepared To Deal With A Car Accident?

While driving is an experience that many people enjoy and do every day, it’s also very dangerous and many people are caught in accidents every day

Two Minute Review: Lexar Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Card SILVER Series

Here is our two minute review of the Lexar Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Card SILVER Series.

DJ anywhere this summer with the DDJ-200

Enter the world of DJing with the DDJ-200, a smartphone and iPhone compatible smart DJ controller. Priced at just £139 the DDJ-200 makes it easy to...

XGIMI puts premium, immersive, hassle-free at-home cinema experience on the Horizon

Following the success of its flexible XGIMI MoGo Pro projector last year, home projector industry trendsetter, XGIMI has kept its eye on home usability, continuing to create the next-generation of home projectors, with today’s unveiling of its 2021 flagship projectors, the XGIMI HORIZON and HORIZON PRO (“XGIMI HORIZON series”).

Review: Ekster MagSafe Card Holder

Here is our review of the Ekster MagSafe Card Holder.

Review: Orbi Tri-band Mesh WiFi 6 System

Here is our review of the Orbi Tri-band Mesh WiFi 6 System.

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