Rather than tear it all down and start from scratch 16 months after the launch of the original Shield Tablet, NVIDIA is releasing a refreshed model simply called the Shield Tablet K1. It has the same specs, screen and performance as the original, but now with a few tweaks in the hardware and a notable reduction in price to $199.
As the "bit" name leads you to think, this is the smallest fully functional Chrome OS computer to date. It's a small stick with a built-in HDMI plug that can work with any monitor or TV you find, and packs enough power for basic computing tasks when paired up with a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. It doesn't have the ports or power of a full-blown Chromebox, but it's also decidedly more...
In the Android tablet space, price has always been a key factor in quality. The cheaper the tablet, the lower the quality, and it was almost always an instant no when talking about whether it should be purchased or not. Nextbook has changed things up in that space, offering a quality tablet at a relatively inexpensive price — meet the Nextbook Ares 11.
Collaborative documents editing, personal notes, chat, groups... they're scattered across three or four different apps. But it doesn't have to be that way. At least that's the message of PingPad, an app that rolls together document collaboration and group chat into one package.
Wileyfox is a brand you've probably never heard of but that doesn't mean it's not worth looking at its phones. The Swift is its debut and it matches a remarkably solid experience against a downright cheap £129 price tag. Here's our full review.
Back in September, Sony launched not one, not two, but three flagship smartphones in the Xperia series. The highest end one is still a little ways off but you can go out and buy an Xperia Z5 or Z5 Compact today. But should you? Here's our full review.
For anyone who wants to use a Chromebook on a regular basis, and values getting extra performance and hardware quality at an added price, Dell has made the Chromebook for you. It offers solid performance and a high-resolution display, while also incorporating the creature comforts like a metal chassis, glass trackpad and backlit keyboard.
The LG V10 is a bigger, beefier LG G4 with more camera features, a Second Screen and two front-facing cameras for dual-angle selfies. And it's not a bad phone by any stretch of the imagination. But it's really big, and really beefy.
Amazon is back with a 2015 refresh of its Fire TV set top box. The first one was an impressive product at a superb price, so the new one has a lot to live up to. Does it manage that? Here's our full review.
Aukey's new Quick Charge batteries are more than just capacious (though at 10,000 and 15,000 they certainly are that) — they're also fast. These blocks of lithium ion cells will charge up your phone with speed, whether it's Quick Charge 2.0 compatible or not.
Samsung may have been a pioneer in the new generation of smartwatches, but it hasn't produced the best offerings in the past few generations. With the Gear S2 it finally has a lot of things right — the watch looks nice, has a good screen, is built well and is now a proper size for most wrists.