REVIEW: Huawei Ascend P1 Android smartphone

It's taken a fair few months to hit stores after first being revealed back at the start of the year at the CES 2012 tech tradeshow, but the super-slim Huawei Ascend P1 is finally here. Have the months since we first set eyes on this promising handset been kind to it? Read on to find out!

REVIEW: Logitech G600 MMO gaming mouse

Packing in 20 buttons, the Logitech G600 MMO is a whopper of an MMO gaming mouse. But does the ability to put all your hotbar and macro options a single button click away come with any caveats? Read on to find out.

REVIEW: ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T Android tablet

A fusion between the best parts of an Android tablet and a notebook, offering incredible value for money, is the ASUS Transformer Pad 300 the best Google powered tablet that money can buy? Read on to find out!

REVIEW: Griffin StudioConnect Audio/Midi interface dock for iPad

Looking to take your iPad recordings to the next level? Budding pop stars searching for a way to connect real world guitars and keys to their Apple tablets may want to take a look at Griffin's StudioConnect Midi/Audio interface. With a few notably omitted features, does it do enough to become a desktop Abbey Road?

REVIEW: Acer V5 laptop (V571)

Acer's mid-range V5 series shuns the slim-line appeal of ultrabooks for full-fat notebook looks instead. Packing a Core i3 Sandy Bridge processor, does it hit the price/performance sweet spot? Read on to find out!

REVIEW: Sonos SUB wireless subwoofer

Sonos have expanded their wireless audio range to include the striking new SUB subwoofer. It looks and sounds the business, but is the sonic boost worth the high asking price? Read on to find out.

REVIEW: Bookeen Cybook Odyssey touchscreen eReader

Looking for a digital page-turner but don't like the sound of Amazon's Kindle or a pricey tablet device? Bookeen's Cybook Odyssey boasts an E-Ink screen, touchscreen controls and one of the nicest designs we've ever seen for an eReader. But does it have the overall polish of the bigger names? Read on to find out.

REVIEW: Three Web Cube 3G Wi-Fi hotspot

If you cant commit to a fixed-line broadband connection, but also cant live without internet access, Three's latest Wi-Fi hot-spot generating 3G Web Cube could be just what you're looking for. But does it perform well enough to tempt fixed-line users away from their contracts too? Read on to find out!

REVIEW: Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended

After a few years worth of so-so updates, Photoshop CS6 Extended sees Adobe really dig deep, adding new features, carefully refining old ones and making everything run far quicker to boot. Read on to find out what makes this the best version of Photoshop yet.

REVIEW: Datacolor Spyder4TV HD calibration tool

You've forked out more money than you care to share on a new HDTV set, and now you want the thing looking the best it possibly can. Enter the Datacolor Spyder4TV HD calibration tool. Through a combination of hardware and software, it promises to make your display match industry standards. But is it really much better than just using your own tweaking judgement? Read on to find out!