Anyone for a side of zero hype gadgets with your main course of Xbox One disappointment/elation? The devices we've been testing this week might not have enraged half the internet but that doesn't make them any less worthy in our eyes.
The messaging wonder that is the BlackBerry Q10 gets its video close-up, Metro: Last Light thoroughly depresses us and Sony's Xperia Tablet Z arrives to flaunt its skinny, waterproof build in the faces of lesser tablets. Plus the Fuji X20 fights back for that coveted Top Compact Camera Spot which Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-HX50 claimed in style last week.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z review
Stuff Says: If your heart is set on Sony to match your living room set-up or the waterproofing angle is a big deal, this thin, light Android all-rounder won't disappoint. But at that price, next to the iPad and brilliantly priced Google Nexi, the Xperia Tablet Z can't compete. Look out for a video review next week.
Read it now: Sony Xperia Tablet Z review by Sophie Charara
Stuff: 4 stars
The Telegraph: 3.5 stars
T3: 4 stars
Metro: Last Light review
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Stuff Says: It might lack a funny bone but this is one grim, underground trip you won't forget. For those willing to dive into the dark tunnels of this post-apocalyptic adventure there's a rewarding – if often mentally exhausting – game to savour.
Read it now: Metro: Last Light review by Tristan Donovan
Stuff: 4 stars
BlackBerry Q10 video review
Stuff Says: This is the smartphone the BlackBerry faithful have been waiting for and it definitely delivers. It's BlackBerry's first QWERTY resurrection for true die-hard fans who don't care about speedy processors and big screens but place multi-tasking, communication and efficiency above all else.
Watch it now: BlackBerry Q10 video review by Lucy Hedges
Fujifilm FinePix X20 review
Stuff Says: As a luxury second camera the X20 is hard to resist and so long as you've got a fallback option for those days when there's no time for chin-stroking, this superb enthusiast's camera will become a faithful friend.
Read it now: Fujifilm FinePix X20 review by Tony Horgan