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Dynabook Satellite Pro L50-G review: A good-value business workhorse Review – Technology Review Article

Dynabook’s Satellite Pro range is pitched at mainstream knowledge workers, and with screen sizes ranging from 13.3 to 15.6 inches there are options for a variety of needs. These are standard laptops — no convertibles here — but the pricing can be compelling. For example, the 15.6-inch Satellite Pro L50-G starts at £519 (ex. VAT) with the G-13Z model; my G-193 review sample comes in at £699 (ex. VAT). The Satellite Pro L50 has an unobtrusive design. The Dynabook logo…

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The laptop with the world’s biggest screen is still on sale, two years after launch – Technology Review Article

There’s a good reason most companies never launched a laptop with a curved screen  as often, you need ample space to appreciate the curvature of the display, which a laptop often simply can’t provide. However, this didn’t prevent Acer releasing the world’s first notebook to feature a curved display – the Predator 21 X. If you want to get your hands on one, US retailer Insight still sells it at the time of writing for a staggering $9,935, which is…

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Web Hosting Hub Review | PCMag – Technology Review Article

If you have a business of any kind, you need a quality web host that will let you build a site that promotes your products and services. Web Hosting Hub offers wallet-friendly prices, excellent customer service, and strong shared hosting plans that are good for individuals or small businesses. That said, if you ever plan to expand to another type of hosting—cloud, dedicated, reseller, or virtual private server (VPS)—you’ll need to look elsewhere, as Web Hosting Hub only offers the…

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Kwikset Halo smart deadbolt review: Wi-Fi in, attractive design out – Technology Review Article

Kwikset was an early mover in the smart deadbolt market, and it’s released a variety of smart lock products over the years, from the Kevo to the Obsidian to the Premis. With the Kwikset Halo, it at long last brings Wi-Fi to its brand for the first time—though it jettisons any sense of style along the way. For a company best known for commodity hardware store lock hardware, Kwikset has done a remarkable job at industrial smart lock design to…

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Beats Solo Pro Review: Noise Cancelling Makes All The Difference – Technology Review Article

I personally don’t prefer on-ear headphones. If it‘s portability I‘m after, I‘ll go for a pair of true wireless earbuds, or if I want the best sound quality for extended listening, I‘ll use over-the-ear cans. On-ear headphones certainly have their place, though. They tend to be more affordable than their larger over-the-ear counterparts, they’re smaller and easier to stuff in a bag, and often lighter and easier to wear for long periods. The success of the Beats Solo series has…

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Fun Raspberry Pi Projects for Beginners – Technology Review Article

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn The Raspberry Pi is a credit card-sized mini-computer that can be used for a range of programming projects covering everything from gaming to smart home trackers. Now the UK’s best-selling computer of all time, the Raspberry Pi actually started life at the Raspberry Pi foundation, a charity that was founded with the aim of teaching computer science in schools. Most of the projects listed are linked to which provides step by step instructions on how to execute the…

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Razer DeathAdder V2 review: We like the upgrades, but what’s with the weighty name? – Technology Review Article

Razer first released its iconic DeathAdder mouse in 2006. Thirteen years later, there have been multiple revisions and even more special edition reskins. In 2020, we’re arguably on…let’s call it the Razer DeathAdder 7. Maybe 8? It depends on how you look at it. And yet Razer would argue otherwise. For 2020, Razer’s chosen a name for its new DeathAdder so daring, we had to sit up and take notice: the Razer DeathAdder V2. Forget the past decade, this is…

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Remington G4 Graphite Review: Performance & Precision – Technology Review Article

If you need a beard trimmer to be more than just a trimmer then the Remington G4 Graphite is up for the challenge. For those wanting to do various types of grooming, this is an all-in-one kit that’s easy to use, performs well and comes at an affordable price. Price The G4 Graphite is priced at a reasonable £39. You can, of course, get cheaper trimmers but they are a lot more basic and you can spend hundreds if you…

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Dell Precision 7740 review: A weighty 17-inch mobile workstation that packs a punch Review – Technology Review Article

The emphasis with laptop design in recent years has focused very much on mobility, first with slimline ultrabooks and then lightweight tablets and convertibles such as Microsoft’s Surface Pro range. However, larger laptops seem to be making something of a comeback, for example with the recent introduction of a 16-inch MacBook Pro from Apple. Now Dell has updated its Precision Mobile Workstation range with new 17-inch models that are very much designed for demanding applications such as VR and AI.…

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How to watch Doctor Who online: stream season 12 free from the UK or abroad – Technology Review Article

Daleks, time lords, the tardis – it’s all back and bigger than ever as the latest season of Doctor Who comes time travelling to our TV screens. But of course, for any fans of the show, you will want to know what the best way to watch Doctor Who season 12 online. Watch Doctor Who season 12 online: when’s it on? Episodes of Doctor Who air on BBC One. Each episode goes live on Sunday at 7pm GMT. You can…

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