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Quick review ipad 4th generation

Late 2012, Apple CEO Tim Cook introduced two new iPads. The iPad Mini and the latest generation iPad. Boasting a A6X processor, retina display and lighting port adaptor. The new iPad was meant to be faster, better looking, quicker to charge and generally an improvement on the old tablets. Now that the New iPad isn’t new is it worth upgrading for the sake of change? With such great definition in the screen, the iPad looks pretty good and indeed the processing power more than keeps up with the most detailed of graphics. Also the battery has been kept the same so you get nine hours game play before you need to stick its tiny new adaptor in for a...

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Sony Xperia Z

Much has been made of the Xperia Z brand by Sony. The company has struggled in recent times, hence it’s split from Ericsson. Now, with a big relaunch, Sony is pushing the idea that the Xperia brand is as iconic as the Walkman which came before it… although it isn’t really. The one wow aspect of the Xperia Z is that, according to the adverts, it is completely waterproof- meaning you no longer have to worry about leaving your mobile near baths, sinks or in wet weather. This coupled with a rugged build quality means that if you’re the type of person who drops their phone frequently, this could be the phone for you. Surprisingly, The Xperia Z is...

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Previews and rumours about the Microsoft Xbox 720

Now that Sony has boasted about the specs of the upcoming PS4, it’s Microsoft’s turn. With the revealing of the Xbox 720 specs coming soon, Microsoft will be hoping it establish itself in a way which competes with their Sony opposition. Rumours on different names are out there with Infinity and 720 leading the way. It is hoped that unlike the Sony event, Microsoft will actually show the public the machine it hopes will soon be in every bedroom and living room around the world. The industry has changed hugely since the original 360 was launched back in 2005 but through updates and good online compatibility, the games console still feels relevant in today’s market. It has now sold...

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The HTC One

If you love beautiful hardware, you’ll love the HTC One as it’s one of the best looking phones around at the moment. The only problem in the past has been the software which ruined most HTC phones. With the HTC One, the problem is the camera. Although it’s obviously not meant to compete with proper cameras, it should still be able to take a quality image from a mobile phone. It isn’t that the camera is exceptionally poor; it’s just not very good. Also, the battery life is poor, although that seems to be the standard with smartphones nowadays. If you’re looking for the perfect Android phone, the HTC One is not it. Although it looks beautiful, there are...

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Face off: Xbox one v Playstation 4

Next-Gen Console Face Off: Xbox One v Playstation 4 – An infographic by the team at NetVoucherCodes.co.uk...

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