Solo Black Ops Altitude 17-inch laptop backpack review

New York brand, Solo, got in touch about their laptop bags recently. So, I have been living with one of their Altitude rucksacks from the Black Ops range for the past couple of months. Having a few jobs means that I have to be mobile. In London, mobility means public transport or walking, for the […]

Honor 10 smartphone review – best phone under £400

Honor launched their latest flagship, the Honor 10, a month ago. Since then it has been with me night and day. It’s about time for a review then, I guess. Has it really been a month? Well, May 15th saw the UK unveiling of Honor’s well-priced top-of-the-line phone. At under £400 SIM free it finds […]

Mercedes-Benz A-Class 2018 review: youthfully tech forward

The all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class is here. Building on the success of its predecessor whilst setting new benchmarks for design, quality and, equally importantly for us here, tech. I spent a day with the new A200 and A180 d and it is fair to say that the new Mercs are certainly impressive. Whilst the badge up […]

Lightwave Gen 2 smart home review

There are many smart home systems available these days. You only have to look at the list of Alexa Skills within the smart home category, pages and pages to scroll through. So is the new Lightwave generation 2 range worth considering? I spent a few hours on a wet and windy weekend trying to find […]

Roku Express streaming media player review

There are a number of ways of making your dumb TV smart, or for streaming shows directly to your projector. We recently were sent the Roku Express so we gave it a whirl. We have all gotten used to being able to watch what we want, when we want. Fancy binge-watching a whole season of […]