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Apple Airpods Max

It's fair to say there are no other headphones like the AirPods Max. Heavy, expensive and with a soft case that's essential but barely fit for purpose, they come with serious caveats.

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Into The Deep Blue The PlayStation Option

When Sony launched the PS5, the wow factor around its Tempest Audio was curbed by the exceptionally capable DualSense controller and lack of support for the audio format.

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Big A Meets Big B

Amazon’s new Echo Show 8 (2nd gen) sits comfortably between the lower-end Echo Show 5 and the high-end Echo Show 10.

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MULTIROOM MAYHEM

Whether you want Jalebi bai in the bedroom or Lang Lang in the living room, multiroom audio can set the right mood in the right room

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Gamers' delight

Realme’s GT Neo 2 looks like a modded sports car, and on paper, seems a flagship device that has a lot going for it. But does it deliver?

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Pocket rocket

Everyone unanimously loves a one-handed, pocketable phone. The iPhone 13 makes that dream come true, without many compromises

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OnePlus Watch Harry Potter Edition

Key specs 5ATM + IP684 rated 14-day battery

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HI-FIDELITY HITS

Hi-fi is no longer shorthand for complicated, massive and expensive' but can quite easily mean 'great sound made convenient and affordable'

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AUDIO TECHNICA KOKUTAN

Named after a striped ebony wood, which proudly makes up for the earcups, the Kokutan is Audio Technica’s homage to its heritage.

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Photography at its best!

There’s no S or T variant in the Vivo X Series lineup, what we have here is the next best smartphone from Vivo with all the photography smarts in the world.

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