• Sumiko S.9 Subwoofer Review

    (4 out of 5) Performance (4 out of 5) Value Most subwoofers are pretty similar, but not the Sumiko S.9. Well, it’s like a few other subwoofers, but substantially different from most. For audiophiles, this is a good thing. Sumiko’s new subwoofer line is marketed as “by Sonus Faber,” referring to the...

  • Garmin Swim Review

    As the name suggests, the Garmin Swim is a fitness watch aimed at swimmers. Plenty of smartwatches...

  • JBL Charge 2 Plus Review

    You won’t notice any design differences between this tall boy-shaped speaker and the Charge 2 because they...

  • Acer Aspire S7 Review

    With an already stunning design from last year, most of the improvements Acer made to this year’s...

  • Asus Chromebook Flip Review

    Chromebooks have come along way from their cheap, plasticky days. In fact, most modern models are attractive...

  • Thinksound On1 Review

    Thinksound’s earthy design ID is rooted (no pun intended) in using wood on each of its headphones....

  • Garmin Forerunner 225 Review

    Go back ten years and buying a GPS running watch usually meant handing over some cash to...

  • Garmin Edge 1000 Review

    The Garmin Edge 1000 is a data junkie’s fix that makes you a better rider. And without...

  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Active Review

    Don’t drop the rather delicate Samsung Galaxy S6. Unless, of course, you’re going to (figuratively) drop it...

  • Garmin nuvi 68LM Review

    Another new sat nav, but the same old problem. Is there any point today in a dedicated...

  • Bowers and Wilkins P5 Wireless Review

    Without wanting to sound too much like a disappointed Gordon Ramsey, judging some inept chef… Damn, these...

  • LG PW800 Review

    The LG PW800 ($599.99, £385.24, AU$738.45) is small, lightweight and attractive. But, unlike other projectors that compromise...

  • Dell XPS 15 (2015) Review

    The Dell XPS 15 is the latest addition to the firm’s range of high-class laptops designed to...

  • Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2015 Review

    Amazon’s 2015 Paperwhite is second only to the Voyage, but its bright, high-res screen and rich library...

  • Plantronics BackBeat SENSE Bluetooth Headphones Review

    Finally, there is a wireless headphone that raises the bar for the category in both features and...

  • First Watt SIT 2 Stereo Amplifier Review

    (5 out of 5) Performance (4 out of 5) Value The greatest 20th Century inventor, Thomas Edison, had his New York-based Menlo Park Laboratory to experiment with all types of materials and designs to see what applications he could come up with to help improve the quality of living for the masses...

  • Fuji S9900W Review

    The S9900W is a fairly large camera – you could mistake it for a DSLR at first...

  • Fitbit Surge Review

    Fitbit Surge is the fitness tracker that has so many new features, the start-up company behind it...

  • UE Roll Review

    The UE Roll is an unassuming Bluetooth speaker. Actually, if not for the large stitched “plus” and...

  • Ubik Uno Review

    If you blended the OnePlus One and the Sharp Aquos Crystal together, you’d end up with a...