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Pixelmator for Mac review: A simple, popular photo editor

Pixelmator for Mac review Pixelmator has a lot of fans in the Mac world, where its combination of amazing value for money plus extensive feature list makes it the most likely candidate for a swap-in Photoshop replacement. In fact, it’s hard not to notice the influence of Adobe’s product when working within Pixelmator. You’ll certainly find most of the key tools that have proven useful across the decades, and all within an interface that looks beautiful and fits in entirely…

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Benchmark DAC3 HGC review: An outstanding all-in-one headphone amp, DAC, and preamp

Wouldn’t it be great if you could buy a reference-quality headphone amp, DAC, and preamp all in one small footprint? Well, you can. Look no further than Benchmark’s outstanding DAC3 HGC, which follows in the footsteps of the company’s acclaimed DAC2 and DAC1. The DAC3 HGC has two sets of analog RCA inputs and five stereo digital inputs (two Toslink optical, two coax digital, and one USB Type B). If you plan to use the Benchmark DAC3 HGC with USB-C…

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Lenovo Miix 510 review | TechRadar

The best Windows tablets are definitely here to stay. There’s a wide variety of devices on the market with detachable keyboards that use Windows 10 as a tablet and desktop OS. And, of course, Microsoft has made a few itself. While the new Surface Pro is Microsoft’s latest, the Lenovo Miix 510 is closer to the Acer Switch Alpha 12 or the Surface Pro 4. The Lenovo Miix 510 follows the Miix 700 (yeah, we know, just roll with it)…

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UK Energy Tech Startups | Techworld

Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus The UK’s energy sector has transformed over the years, as an increasing number of startups have begun leading the way into a new era of sustainable and renewable energy and storage. Renewables’ share of electricity generation increased to 30.1 percent in Q1 2018, from 27 percent in Q1 2017, according to UK energy statistics from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS). This may be a result of several new challenger startups…

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Acer Swift 7 review: Slim and lightweight, with some trade-offs Review

Acer seems to primarily focus on the consumer market these days — launching a new range of gaming laptops earlier this year, for example. But it also produces business PCs, such as this new version of its 14-inch Swift 7 ultraportable laptop. Announced at CES earlier this year, and heralded as “the world’s thinnest laptop”, the updated Swift 7 has taken a few months to arrive, and is considerably more expensive than the first model that was launched last year.…

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MSI Aegis Ti3 review | TechRadar

The MSI Aegis Ti3 certainly stands out from the crowd, with an eye-catching design that looks like the decapitated head of a giant robot. There’s no doubt that this is a gaming desktop PC, and its design means it’s unlikely that you’d want to use it in an office just for whipping up spreadsheets. The design is matched by some pretty impressive hardware inside, which means the MSI Aegis Ti3 should be able to play modern games at the highest…

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Sonos Beam review: Features galore, but best suited to smaller home theaters

The Sonos Beam is a powerful speaker for its size. And it boasts a long list of features for its $399 price tag, including support for both Amazon’s Alexa and—soon—Google Assistant. If you have an iOS device, you can even use Apple’s digital assistant, Siri. The Beam can, of course, also be part of a Sonos multi-room audio system, but if you’d prefer to mix it with Apple AirPlay 2 components, Sonos will accommodate your desire on that score, too.…

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MacBook Pro 15in (2018) review: Absolute beast with a price to match

The 2018 versions of Apple’s high-end MacBook Pro laptops are here, and they’re fearsomely well-specced. We reviewed the new 13in model, but in this article we are going to evaluate the 15in, testing its speed, battery life, keyboard and trackpad, and reporting on its design, build quality and price. We’ll drill right down into the technical capabilities of this super-high-end device in due course, but we’ll tell you right now that it’s seriously fast and a pleasure to use, although…

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Razer Huntsman Elite review: Optical switches arrive, but that’s not even the best feature

Optical switches. I knew they were coming to mainstream keyboards sooner or later. I started seeing them crop up at PAX a year or two ago, courtesy of a brand called—I’m serious—Bloody. (The parent company has the much more boring name A4Tech.) It was only a matter of time. Turns out Razer is first out the gate, with the Huntsman Elite keyboard (MSRP $200) and what it’s calling the “Opto-Mechanical” switch. A bit aggrandizing, as all optical switches are a…

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Urbanears Lotsen Review: Style & Bass Combined

Urbanears Lotsen review While most multiroom speakers look similar – black, rectangular speakers – Urbanears looks to offer something a little more stylish with the Lotsen. Offering support for AirPlay, Chromecast, Spotify Connect and more, can the Lotsen compete with established multiroom speakers from the likes of Bose and Sonos? Find out in our Urbanears Lotsen review.    Pricing and availability The Urbanears Lotsen is available to buy right now from the likes of Amazon in the UK (£179.34) and…

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Thinkware F800 Pro dash cam review: A great product with unwieldy cloud features

Thinkware’s $329 dual-channel Dash Cam F800 Pro is a somewhat mild improvement over the F800 we reviewed last year, offering enhancements such as better power management for hard-wired installations and a different color scheme, while retaining the best-in-the-business night captures. The new feature that truly differentiates the F800 Pro from the older version is Thinkware Cloud, which allows you to share videos uploaded to your phone with other devices via Thinkware’s web portal. However, the Cloud feature is unwieldy and too phone-reliant…

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Moto Z3 hands on review

We’re pretty sure the Moto Z3 launched today, although Motorola’s latest modular smartphone is itself a mod-est upgrade – at least this year. There’s more to come. It’ll launch on August 16, but become the world’s first 5G upgradable phone next year via a 5G modem-filled Moto Mod, according to Motorola and Verizon. The Moto Z3 is the most interesting smartphone we’ve seen in 2018. Yet its potential won’t be fully realized until 2019 when it taps into Verizon’s budding…

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Lynx Solar outdoor security camera review: This off-the-grid camera includes free cloud storage

The Lynx Solar Cam is a solar-powered outdoor security camera with interesting features that set it apart from more well-known competitors. You can install it anywhere, even locations that don’t have electrical power nearby, and its free cloud storage can save money in the long run. The solar panel The solar panel makes mounting and running the camera easy from anywhere on your property, though you’ll want to install it within range of a Wi-Fi access point. . Perhaps you want…

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iPad Pro 10.5 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab S4: Head-to-Head

There’s a new iPad Pro rival in town: Samsung has unveiled its new Galaxy Tab S4. How does it compare to Apple’s tablet offering and which should you buy? Find out in our Galaxy Tab S4 vs iPad Pro 10.5 comparison. Here are two tablets with very similar aims. They’re both designed to be a middle-ground between a tablet and a laptop, with powerful specs and productivity features like compatible keyboards and styluses. They’re for university students, professional commuters, or…

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