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Hands-on: Microsoft Surface Book 2 review

  Despite being threatened by tablets for a while, laptops aren’t going away any time soon and Microsoft is back with a new version of the impressive Surface Book. We’ve been hands-on at Microsoft Future Decoded so here’s our Surface Book 2 review. Surface Book 2 Price The Surface Book …

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Best cheap headphones: your guide to the best budget headphones in 2017

  If there’s one thing that every electronics consumer values above anything else, it’s finding great technology at bargain prices. Especially when that tech doesn’t compromise on quality to deliver products at affordable prices. At TechRadar, from $1,000 planar magnetic headphones like the Oppo PM 1 to $8,000 OLED TVs …

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Asus VivoBook S15 review

  Why is it only 14-inch and smaller laptops get the slim and light treatment? Look for something with a 15-inch screen and you’ll mostly find performance machines or standard laptops you wouldn’t want to carry around or take out in public too often. The Asus VivoBook S15 is a …

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The best Australian tech deals for October 2017

The new week brings massive savings on a 15-inch Lenovo laptop in two different configurations and even bigger savings on a gaming laptop from Asus. If, however, you’re not after a brand-new work horse, you could consider indulging in some photography and save with Canon’s cashback offer. Here are Monday’s …

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Samsung Galaxy S7 review

  Samsung knows exactly how to make a top Android phone, and with the Galaxy S7 it’s just pulled another marvel out of the bag. Read our Galaxy S7 review to find out why Samsung’s S-series still offers the best phone money can buy. Also see: Samsung Galaxy S7 edge review and Samsung …

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Bowers & Wilkins PX review

Bowers & Wilkins has established itself as a top player in the headphone market over the last few years, but the firm hasn’t branched into noise cancelling… until now. Here’s our Bowers & Wilkins PX review. We’ve been thoroughly impressed by the range of headphones from Bowers & Wilkins across …

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Native Instruments – Komplete Kontrol S49 / S61 MK2

Native Instruments’ Komplete Kontrol ecosystem has come a long way since we first reviewed the Kontrol S-series keyboard back in 2014. The software has seen updates that introduced support for third-party plug-ins. It was further enhanced with the release of NKS, a parameter mapping and preset organisation system that has …

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Lunchmeat Festival 2017

In the past few years, word of Prague’s underground club scene has been spreading beyond the Czech Republic. From the outside it seems like it’s ready to explode, with an intimate party network aimed more at dedicated locals than techno tourists. A new club, Ankali, recently opened. Compared to this …

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Simple Things 2017: Five key performances

Simple Things is an ambitious undertaking. The Bristol festival has fringe events, which this year included an opening concert with Metronomy and a panel discussion about UK label Ninja Tune, but the thrust of it takes place from Saturday afternoon through Sunday morning, when a dizzying array of performances go …

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