BenQ GV30 Review

This is one neat and clever wireless projector that aims to make bigscreen performance a portable feast, and set-up an utter doddle. Read our BenQ GV30 Review. BenQ’s design team has clearly put in some overtime coming up with the GV30. This is a truly portable projector in that the GV30 is light, has a … Read more

Sonus Faber Lumina II Review

Italian standmounts that exude the craftsmanship and heritage of Sonus faber, while arriving at unusually affordable pricing. Read our Sonus Faber Lumina II Review. One of the more remarkable things about the Lumina II speakers is not the luxurious leather wrap or their multi-layer wood construction, despite the superbly luxurious feel these features bestow on … Read more

POLK SIGNATURE ELITE S60 Review

The new Elite version of Polk’s Signature floorstander proves a cohesive and efficient performer which delivers on the promise of Polk’s technologies. When Polk decided to upgrade one of its best­selling models, it didn’t do anything by halves. The new Signature Elite S60, which replaces the outgoing S60, has new bass/midrange drivers, a new crossover, … Read more

Klipsch T5 II ANC Review – A solid case

Dirac and Bragi tech help Klipsch’s ANC buds justify their premium presentation From the very unboxing, there’s no doubt that the Klipsch T5 II True Wireless ANC ‘earphones’ (as Klipsch calls them) are a premium pair of buds. The charging case feels like a fancy Zippo lighter, with considerable heft, a metal casing and side-hinged … Read more

Bluesound Node Review – New Blue

Third-gen upgrades to Bluesound’s Node streamer bring some handy new abilities Bluesound is part of the Lenbrook Group of Companies, the Canadian­based group which also brings you NAD and PSB Speakers. And the complementarities between Bluesound and NAD in particular are obvious, and useful. NAD has adopted the BluOS streaming platform from Bluesound for its … Read more

SweetVinyl SugarCube SC-2 Mini Review

VINYL RECORDING SYSTEM WITH CLICK REMOVAL Remember when we used to record stuff? Put vinyl records on, make mixtapes on cassette, play them in the car, give them nervous­ly to prospective girlfriends with a carefully hand-writ- ten case insert, wondering if that track near the end isn’t a bit much for that stage of the … Read more

Dali Oberon 9 Review

The DALI Oberon 9 is the newest and largest loudspeaker in the Oberon range. If the model name rings a bell, you’ve obviously seen William Shake­speare’s play ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ in which the Oberon character is the king of all fairies, but Shakespeare borrowed the name from ‘way back in the 13th century, at … Read more

Cooler master CK550 V2 Review

Cooler Master’s CK550 V2 is the latest addition to the company’s keyboard range, and it includes RGB lighting and plenty of programmability. It has an attractive design with a smart, brushed aluminium-topped casing. The top folds over the edges in a similar way to the Ducky Shine 7, making for a slightly larger footprint than … Read more

THERMALTAKE TOWER 100 Review

[wpsm_toplist] SUPPLIER overclockers.co.uk If you like your mini-ITX cases to be barely any bigger than the hardware they house, with your graphics card sitting end-to-end in a shoebox-sized enclosure, look away now. Large cases aren’t unusual for Thermaltake, as its oversized behemoths stretch from its mini-ITX offerings all the way up to its full towers. … Read more

Assassin’s Creed Review

DEVELOPER UBISOFT MONTREAL PUBLISHER UBISOFT RELEASED NOVEMBER 13, 2007 WEB bit.ly/3o8MYzE Novel ideas save Altair from falling on his face. By Joseph Knoop According to Assassin’s Creed, the fine people of Damascus, Jerusalem and Acre only had about three lines of employment: carrying breakable vases on their heads, accosting citizens accused of petty crimes, or … Read more