The new Apple iMac is here, and while the 2011 line doesn’t exactly contain any surprises – second-gen Core chips and Intel ThunderBolt, obviously – that doesn’t mean it’s anything less than sensational. Read on and get our thoughts in our full new Apple iMac review.

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April 20th, 2011

When we first saw the Asus Eee Pad Transformer back at CES in January, we never anticipated that Asus would get it on sale so quickly. We expected it to be just another of Asus’ harebrained schemes that never really quite came off, and yet here we are, three months on, and we’re holding not just the cheapest Android Honeycomb tablet, but the best one too.

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April 13th, 2011
Motorola Xoom review: A bittersweet taste of Honeycomb

The Motorola Xoom Android tablet feels like a crash dummy for Google’s Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. It’s almost as if Moto and Google decided to put it out there against the iPad 2 and see what happens, then check the damage in post-mortem and slow-mo replay. Does the Xoom stay the course? Should Apple be worried? Read on for our full Motorola Xoom review and find out.

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March 15th, 2011
iPad 2 review

The iPad 2 is on the cusp of greatness – but we believe in full disclosure.¬†While we had access to the original iPad, and loved it, we always felt that a laptop was a more suitable solution for the majority of people. Now that Apple is back with the second generation slate, that’s just changed. Read on for our iPad 2 review, find out about the tipping point, and how the iPad 2 sits with an army of Android tablets at its door.

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February 3rd, 2011
Archos 101 Android tablet review

Before you knock the Archos 101 Android tablet as just another Android iPad rip off, know this: Archos has been selling mass market Android tablets since before Apple even unveiled its trendsetting slate. It’s only now however that the French PMP manufacturer has tried out a full size 10-inch model. Does it work? Let’s find out in our full Archos 101 Android tablet review.

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February 2nd, 2011
Dell Inspiron Duo review

The Dell Inspiron Duo, with its novel touchscreen that rotates within its frame, asks us the question: do you want the best of both worlds, PC power and tablet convenience?

To which we ask Dell, “Did you say best?”

You see, the Dell Inspiron Duo is the most ambitious attempt at making a twisting, touchscreen Windows 7 netbook work yet – it’s probably because it shoots so high that it comes crashing down even harder than others that have come and gone before it. Read on for all our thoughts in our full Dell Inspiron Duo review.

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January 18th, 2011
Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse review

The Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse may not really be a rival to the Apple Magic Mouse: after all, they’re designed with different operating systems in mind, and the former sticks firmly with physical buttons. But they’re certainly both striking, and worth considering if you like your PC peripherals to says something about you. What is that? Find out in our Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse review.

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November 29th, 2010
Advent Vega review

Update: Advent has been in touch to tell us issues outputting sound through HDMI is down to our Sony TV. Apparently, it’s a well-known issue, with discussions all over the web. We can’t test it at the moment, since we only have Sony TVs to hand, but have you replicated it at home? Give us a shout in the comments section.

Oh, Advent Vega. It’s been a torrid love affair. While the Samsung Galaxy Tab snubbed us with its high asking price, here you were, promising scarily similar performance and specs, at less than half the cost. You’ve been playing hard to get on online stores, and come out of nowhere, winding up as one of the most anticipated gadgets of 2010 in the UK.

Now though, we’ve had a chance to test the slate out thoroughly, and cut through all the hype. Has it been worth the wait? Read our full Advent Vega review to find out.

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