A fast, gorgeous but expensive display
Can Alienware's latest and greatest topple the mighty ASUS ROG Zephyrus as the most powerful gaming ultrabook we've seen?
Leading-edge gaming technology for below £900? Don't be so sure...
V3 puts the latest NVidia Max-Q technology laptop through its paces. Will it be as fast, efficient and quiet as it promises?
Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 can't fail to be better than its predecessor, but is it worth 870 notes?
After almost five years of refinement, the Surface Pro has become quite a beast - at a (high) price
How does the supposedly VR-ready Ultrabook perform? Does its Nvidia GTX 1060 deliver the goods?
An impressive monitor at a competitive price point
The OnePlus 5 is the most expensive OnePlus smartphone to date - but also the best specified. So can it justify the £450 price?
Why spend £800 on Apple's latest flagship iPhone, when you can get a 'flagship killer' for considerably less?
The Microsoft Surface Laptop is good, but...
Huawei MateBook X: Looks like an Apple MacBook, and priced like one, too.
The HTC U11 is a very smart device - but not quite up there with the Samsung Galaxy S8
The BlackBerry KeyOne is a strange device that brings the best of BlackBerry and Android together in a Qwerty-equipped package, but it won't be for everyone
Has Samsung cracked the converged desktop where Microsoft Continuum failed?
LG's flagship Android smartphone isn't quite as sexy as the Samsung Galaxy S8, but nor is it as expensive
Samsung's latest Android tablet is fast and good-looking - but where's the innovation?
An almost-premium Android smartphone for a mid-range price
Big-screen Galaxy S8+ makes most other flagship smartphones feel dated
The best smartphone in the world - for a (high) price
Affordable for every company that wants video conferencing in stellar quality
It might be cheaper than its fancy sibling the U Ultra, but even at £399 it's hard to recommend HTC's glossy mid-ranger.
A sub-£500 handset that's almost a no-brainer
Widely used on the continent and in China, e-bikes are growing in popularity on Britain's streets