Andrew Williams

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JBL Boombox 3 Wi-Fi review: Party hard

JBL's biggest speaker is back, and now it has Wi-Fi on board to upgrade it to full multi-room audio potential.

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Lenovo LOQ 15 review: A great value gaming laptop

The Lenovo LOQ 15 makes clever sacrifices to keep this an affordable gaming laptop, without making it feel cheap.

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Lenovo Yoga Book 9i review: Seeing double

The Lenovo Yoga Book 9i's dual display is undoubtedly innovative, but for its price, who is it aimed at?

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Dell XPS 17 (2023) review: Go big or go home

Dell sticks to familiar roads for its flagship 17-inch style laptop.

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Acer Swift Go 14 review: Good performance but design disappoints

This affordable ultraportable packs plenty of power and a gorgeous OLED screen. But some design quirks hold it back from being truly great.

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Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 review: Your flexible friend

Samsung has updated its Galaxy Book line and that means a new flexible laptop, the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360.

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Lenovo Tab P12 Pro review: Big screen for smaller budgets

The Lenovo Tab P12 Pro is a more affordable alternative to an iPad Pro 12.9 or Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+, but does its performance hold its own?

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Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 2 review: Surface charm

Designed as a more affordable Surface Laptop, the Go 2 is appealing for those on a budget - but there is a slight catch when you dive into the specs.

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Huawei MateBook E review: Scratching the surface

We give our verdict on Huawei's latest 2-in-1. How does it compare to the competition from Microsoft and Apple?

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Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio review: State of the art

Microsoft's quirky, high-end laptop pushes the limits of hybrid design, but is it powerful and affordable enough for professionals? We find out.

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HP Omen 16 review: Performance for a very fair price

Offering top gaming performance with a more understated style, is the HP Omen 16 a laptop for gamers to consider?

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Alienware M15 R6 review: Keyboard overlord

Pricey but generally powerful, delivering the best keyboard in a gaming laptop we've seen for some time. But how does everything else stack up?

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Razer Blade 14 (2021) review: The portable gaming laptop of your dreams

This 14-inch gaming laptop brings together power - RTX 3080, Ryzen 9 - into a small-and-light machine that masterfully handles gaming and beyond.

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Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 5G review: Connectivity is king

Samsung has ironed out some of the issues of its recent laptops to make one of the best ultra-slim, ultra-light laptops of 2021.

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Huawei MateBook X Pro (2021) review: Super sharp shooter

Suave design and style lead the way in this largely super laptop, but it ain't half expensive!

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Lenovo Legion 5 Pro review: Gaming perfection?

With a 3:2 aspect ratio 1600p screen, the Legion 5 Pro does things a little different. But it also does things oh so right. Here's why it's a fave.

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Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 review: The best Windows laptop money can buy?

Although its upgrades over the third-gen model are modest, the fourth-gen Surface Laptop could well be the best Windows laptop you can buy.

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Acer Chromebook Spin 513 review: Outperforming its asking price

Despite obvious limitations, this Chromebook has some great touches that you won't find in laptops twice the price. So what does it get wrong?

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Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 2 5G review: A toy-box of features unlike any other

The second-gen Flex has stacks of features - more than really any other laptop you're likely to see - but how useful are they really and truly?

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