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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Review: Finally, a worthy flagship Android tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Review: Finally, a worthy flagship Android tablet

This is by far the most accomplished high-end Android tablet I have ever used, with the finest display you’ll find on any mobile device. Pros Utterly unbeatable displayIncludes S PenApp selection remains far superior elsewhereApp selection remains far superior elsewhere Cons Software still a bit unpredictableApp selection remains far superior elsewhere Key Specifications Review Price: […]

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Samsung Galaxy Fit 2

Samsung Galaxy Fit 2

Taking on the likes of Fitbit and Xiaomi, Samsung’s back with its second fitness tracker in the Samsung Galaxy Fit 2. Fitness trackers are in an interesting place right now. Even though the unprecedented events of 2020 saw sales for fitness trackers and smartwatches soar, it is starting to feel as though fitness trackers, at […]

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Zepp Z

Zepp Z

A revitalised Zepp brand returns with its second mainline smartwatch in the Zepp Z, this time aiming at a more affluent crowd that enjoys a well-designed timepiece. In a market dominated by hallmark names such as the Apple Watch and Fitbit fitness trackers, it’s rare these days to see a new brand throw its hat […]

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Fitbit Versa 3

Fitbit Versa 3

Fitbit finally rights the wrongs of the Versa 2 via some much-needed course correction in the superior Fitbit Versa 3. Now boasting built-in GPS tracking, the Google Assistant and a longer battery life, all without a price increase, the Versa 3 is one of the best fitness trackers you can buy for under £200. The […]

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Polar Vantage V2

Polar Vantage V2

The Polar Vantage V2 is the latest tracker-come-smartwatch to be marketed at the enthusiast, hardcore fitness market. It targets the exact same space as the Garmin Forerunner 745 I reviewed earlier this year, and on paper features a very similar feature set, offering tracking metrics for pretty much every activity you can think of and […]

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Amazon Fire HD 10

Amazon Fire HD 10

The Amazon Fire HD 10 is a good choice if you want a basic tablet to stream movies, join calls and access Alexa. However, the Fire OS and Amazon’s Appstore leave something to be desired. Pros Great displayShow Mode makes accessing information easyAlexa Cons Amazon’s Appstore is missing many big appsThe cameras are just okay […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE

Samsung’s “Fan Edition” Galaxy Tab S7 FE may appeal to hobbyist digital artists, but it costs a little too much given the compromises that have been made. Pros Great included S-Pen stylusHas 5GBright 500-nit screen Cons ExpensiveWeak CPU considering costLCD, not OLED, screen Availability UKRRP: £589 USARRP: $529 Key Features NetworkThis a good on the […]

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Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids (2021)

Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids (2021)

Having two 10-inch kids tablets is a little confusing, but all you need to know is that the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids (2021) is built for young kids thanks to its large Bumper case. Excellent parental controls and lots of content extend its appeal, but this model is more expensive than the 8-inch version […]

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Coros Pace 2

Coros Pace 2

For its very reasonable asking price, the Coros Pace 2 packs in almost every feature that a seasoned runner could ask for. There are very few smart features to speak of, and you’ll certainly feel the lack of offline music playback. However, in terms of delivering a robust fitness tracking experience for its core audience, […]

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Fitbit Luxe

Fitbit Luxe

There’s finally a colour display The Luxe is a fitness tracker Fitbit should have launched some time ago. The company has essentially taken the slim, attractive profile of the Alta tracker many thought it had ditched, adding a colour touchscreen display that makes it a much nicer tracker to use. There’s nothing particularly groundbreaking here […]