Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo SE GX551 review

The Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo SE GX551 is a mouthful, but behind that name lurks one of the most powerful and innovative gaming laptops that (lots of) money can buy. The GX551 deploys a brand-new Nvidia RTX 3000-series graphics chip and an eight-core AMD Zen 3 processor –...

Garmin Enduro review | WIRED UK

Battery life is a problem for sports watches. Whether the likes of Garmin care to admit it, is another thing, however. Quoted battery life numbers aren’t going down, but when you decide to bring in features that have made people reach for an Apple Watch or a Samsung...

Bang & Olufsen Beosound Level review: a perfectly flawed speaker

It is generally regarded that Bang & Olufsen makes beautiful electronics. Its designs are grown-up, considered, and the combination of luxury materials and quality industrial design principles has carved the brand a niche. B&O doesn’t do boring black boxes....

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra review: an annoyingly hit-and-miss phone

Samsung must be feeling the pressure. The smartphone market’s growth had slowed before 2020. Covid-19 has set it into full contraction mode. The virus has made everything so much worse, a phrase that seems to work in all contexts. Samsung’s phone shipments last year...

Razer Book 13 review: a flawed productivity masterpiece

Scouting around for a laptop? It’s important to know what you’re after. Impressive design? Lightweight portability? A clamshell powerhouse? These are just three key points to consider when making your decision. It’s rare, if not nigh on impossible to find all three of...