Amidst the plethora of gaming-focussed devices announced at this year’s Acer conference, the firm launched something particularly special.
When it was first announced, the Fitbit Ionic cost £300, which made it difficult to recommend over rivals such as the Apple Watch Series 3 and the Samsung Gear S3.
Oh, BlackBerry. Your tiny IFA corner booth gradually shrinks every year. The once all-dominating smartphone maker still clings desperately to the past and, while its phones are generally rather well-received, they’re often a little too pricey for pure nostalgia.
Battery packs should be superfluous but, as advanced as smartphones have become in recent years, battery life is still something they haven't quite mastered yet.
We have collected all the best wireless chargers together in one place just for you.
With a 6in HD+ display, you should expect Samsung to have cut corners to bring a phone in at £194, but are the cuts in all the right places?
Honor has announced a fitness device, the Honor Band 4, and has said it'll launch soon.
DJI, is the biggest name in consumer drones by an absolute distance and its products deliver the goods consistently, year in, year out.
Aimed at business people, Lenovo’s ThinkPad range has long been regarded as the gold standard in ultraportable workhorse laptops.
Amazon’s tablets may not be the last word in power or luxury but they do the job and models like the Amazon Fire HD 8 make great gifts for children. It helps, too, that Amazon continues to improve the tablets year on year and in 2018 that trend is continuing with a handful of small updates to Amazon’s middle child tablet.