With its Retina Display, 1080p video and quad-core graphics, the new iPad – or iPad 3, whatever you want to call it – is without a doubt the best tablet you can buy. Find out why in our video review...
Now that Samsung's D8000 has reached the end of its lifecycle, its successor – the ES8000 – has stepped up to fly the smart TV flag for Samsung. Samsung's 55in gogglebox is the first of a wave of super-smart televisions set to take centre stage in 2012, complete with a control interface that will blow your mind.
The wafer-thin, Ice cream Sandwich-toting One S is HTC's thinnest phone yet and second in command to the quad-core-toting One X. With a healthy selection of great features and the latest software, the One S will make for a great smartphone companion. See it in action in our video review
The One V is the third and final member of HTC's One trilogy – and the most wallet friendly. It's even brought back the HTC Legend's protruding chin. But how does it compare to its bigger, beefier brothers?
HP's Envy 14 Spectre is a serious bit of ultrabook eye candy and after a sparkling debut at CES, we finally get our grubby mitts on HP's glassy aluminium machine. But it's fatter, heavier and pricier than the competition – so what makes it so special?
We were invited to the Samsung Unpacked event after enough Galaxy S3 rumours and speculation to make Apple feel unloved. Thankfully the super smartphone was there for us to have a play with. Join us for a quick tour ahead of its May 30th European release.
Apple TV has always been slick, but seriously restricted for online access and format support. Now it’s back, upgraded and as we've discovered, better than ever. You can see it in all its 1080p glory by watching our video review
When Renault told us to pack our bags to take its outlandish, sci-fi inspired electric two-seater for a test drive, we just couldn't resist its quirky charm and novelty value. But how did it fare on the road?