Everything we review, we give away to our valued and loyal readers. You'll find our latest giveaways below.
Our verdict of the Ulefone T1:
With decent cameras, solid battery life, and relatively low price, the Ulefone T1 might be a good option for some consumers. But for others, the low-quality screen, weak speakers, and lacklustre software might be a deterrent.
Our verdict of the Pinebook 64 :
Despite the dodgy keyboard, this is a great budget Linux laptop, ideal for most online activities and word processing. It should suit students and entry-level developers, too.
Our verdict of the Logitech MX Ergo:
There's not a lot of competition out there, so if you're looking for a solid trackball with ergonomic benefits, this is the one to buy. However, the $99 price is a little on the high side for someone looking to dip their toe into the trackball world.
Our verdict of the RAVPower 20100mAh Portable Charger with AC Output:
A neat design that'll give you a bit more power for any small device, whether it's USB or needs a wall socket. It's not largest of battery packs out there, but it's a good size for travelling, and the included case is appreciated.
Our verdict of the HTC U11:
The HTC U11 is an expensive flagship device that does a lot of things well, but it just can't compete with other high-end devices.
Our verdict of the Leagoo T5:
The Leagoo T5 is a solid budget phone with only a few drawbacks. it's definitely worth $130, but if you can spend a little more, there are better options.
Our verdict of the PROBOX2 AVA:
Probox2 series are solid Android TV boxes anyway, but the AVA model adds the ability to install an SATA hard drive, record or use PIP from an HDMI source, and runs OpenWRT in the background.
Our verdict of the OnePlus 5:
This is the best Android phone currently on the market. It has a solid design, amazing cameras, intuitive software, and it's cheaper than other flagship devices. If you can survive without waterproofing, you should get the OnePlus 5.