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Peter Flynn

Peter Flynn

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Many phone owners are loyal to their operating system, with Android and iPhone users equally as protective over their favourite software.

The great thing about Amazon Prime Video is that it’s totally free for all Amazon Prime customers. That is to say, if you already pay Amazon £79 a year or £7.99 a month for its unlimited one-day delivery service, then you already have access to the video streaming library.

Chromebooks have greata appeal. Secure, cheap and portable, they’re a compelling alternative to Windows laptops. They also suffer from none of those annoying Windows Update problems: you can pick one up after months and it will just work.

Looking for a tablet that can convert into a laptop for working on the go? The iPad Pro and Microsoft’s various Surface devices have shown how the idea can work, but Android users have been left out in the cold.

Smartwatches often do a poor impersonation of classic timepieces. Sure, they’re roughly the same shape, but chunky design and computer screens mean you’re as likely to mistake a smartwatch for a Rolex.

With this model Acer target the problem of portability again, but at a different angle. Rather than being ultra slim the Swift 5 is one of the lightest laptops in the world weighing just 970g making it around 20% lighter than the Dell XPS 13 and many other ultra-portables.

On the face of it, the ET-7750 is the perfect candidate for Epson's EcoTank system, which uses cartridges in favour of refillable ink tanks. Photo printing is a notorious drain on ink, and an A3+ capable photo multifunction peripheral (MFP) even more so. Thanks to EcoTank, the ET-7750 is impressively cheap to run. 

PlayStation UK's Twitter account has now confirmed that, due to Amazon UK having a technical error when setting pre-orders live this morning, Amazon UK pre-orders will begin properly at 10 AM (BST) tomorrow morning (16th August at the time of writing.)

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