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Read our review of the hardware-encrypted iStorage diskashur 2. This portable drive uses AES 256-bit XTS encryption to secure your storage and prevent it from falling into the wrong hands.
Chromebooks have never been more popular. They are the ultimate cloud computer and work well teamed up with a home server. Dell has updated their range and we take a look at their student-focused Chromebook 3189, a sturdy 11.6″ convertible Chromebook.
Laptops are now being made with fewer ports and many people are turning to docks. These handy boxes turn one connection to your laptop into many more useful ports. CalDigit is a leader in this field and we’ve been looking at their new Thunderbolt 3 Lite dock. Read on to find out what this can do and if it will be right for you…
Belkin offers a huge range of cables and accessories for your tech-filled life. Recently they’ve added a selection of premium USB C cables and car chargers. No matter what your requirement, it seems Belkin has got you covered with their new range. I’ve had the chance to try a selection of these over the past month, read on to see how they fared.
The Netgear Arlo Q brings a wired camera to the Arlo range – this may seem like a step backwards but it enables some unique features that Arlo’s been missing. Combined with the free cloud recording, the Arlo Q is worth checking out.
Bowers & Wilkins recently had their 50th anniversary in audio engineering and tasked their team with creating special products to celebrate. The heart of B&W, the Steyning Research Establishment, conceived their latest headphones, the P9 Signature. Read our full review to see if this is a birthday present worth celebrating…