Category: Recommended
Sony Xperia XZ Review
3.5

AN INCREMENTAL UPDATE PACKS A SHARP SNAPPER. BARELY SIX MONTHS ago, in TechLife54, we reviewed the Xperia X Performance, itself a mild update on the Xperia Z5. The exterior felt like a step backwards, though the internals had been given a decent boost to make everything zip along with a bit more ...

Samsung 960 pro review
10

THE FASTEST CONSUMER SSD EVER, AND BY A HUGE MARGIN 2016 was the year when several key new PC technologies went mainstream, not least the M.2 form factor for SSDs. These drives are even smaller than a stick of RAM, but deliver up to triple the speed of ye olde SATA 6 3Gbps drives. This is because ...

Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus review
8

The best iPhone yet, but not by miles One particular topic has consumed the tech industry for months: Apple’s elimination of the headphone jack.Yes, they’ve only gone and done it. The EarPods that come with the iPhone 7 have a cable that plugs into the digital Lightning port, and in the box is ...

Nvidia GeForce GTX1060 3GB review
9

Showing that you can't necessarily judge a graphics card on how much I memory is soldered to its PCB, Nvidia's cheaper GeForce GTX 1060 cards include just 3GB of memory, yet cost more money than AMD's 4GB Radeon RX470 cards. We've taken a proper look at the impact of graphics memory on p50, and ...

Huawei P9 review
8

Huawei targets the avid phone photographer with their new P9 design There was a time when the temptation was to buy Apple if you wanted a high-quality smartphone. These days, however, many of the high-end Android devices are as well made, if not occasionally better made, than the iPhone.The ...

Edifier E235 Luna Eclipse review

Edifier has produced a product that looks as good as it sounds. Being mostly known for their budget offerings, Edifier is slowly but surely pushing towards a more upmarket vibe both in terms of its audio prowess as well as its style. This has culminated in the CES Award winning E235 Luna Eclipse. ...

Game Max Falcon review

Requirements: Atandard ATX PSU, ATX, micro and mint-ATX motherboard supportThe Falcon case, from Game Max, is a fantastic-looking item that comes in three different versions - blue, green and red - with each representing the colors of the pre-installed LED fans.The Game Max Falcon is a ...

Deepcool Landking v2 review

DETAILS• Manufacturer Deepcool• Requirements: ATX PSU, ATX, micro, mini-ATX motherboardsThe Deepcool Landking v2 measures 512 x 218 x 515mm and is made up from a mixture of plastic and steel, with 0.5mm thick panels. There are eight PCI expansion slots available (with support for four ...

Skullcandy Shrapnel review

A speaker for small change A portable Bluetooth speaker is a handy accessory to take on holiday, down to the park or Into the back garden. Even indoors, it’s good to have a little more power than your phone, tablet or laptop's built-in speakers can usually manage.Our favorite model at the ...

SNES Classic Mini Review
9

SNES Classic Mini - A TRIP DOWN 16-BIT MEMORY LANE.ONE YEAR AFTER Nintendo surprised everyone with the NES Classic Mini, the company has once again returned to its retro roots with a Super Nintendo (aka SNES) iteration. Every bit as lovingly-designed as its predecessor, the palm-sized device is ...