Despite its solid CPU, RAM and storage platform, the 2021 MateBook X Pro fails to address its awkward webcam arrangement and delivers less battery life than last year's model.
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Despite its impressive specifications, including a second screen at the back and 120x digital zoom, Xiaomi's new flagship doesn't beat the Mi 11 on value for money.
Samsung's 6.5-inch Galaxy A52 5G offers a good set of features at an attractive price point, including a 120Hz Super-AMOLED screen, but only two of the four rear cameras really pull their weight.
We are impressed with Lenovo's latest ultraportable ThinkPad, although the 13-inch screen won't suit every use case, and the paucity of ports and connectors may put some potential buyers off.
The Find X3 Pro has plenty to offer, including Qualcomm's top-end chipset, a superb AMOLED screen and great battery life, but the four-figure price tag may give many prospective buyers pause for thought.
The ZenBook Duo 14 (UX482) is a capable laptop, but its unique features involve trade-offs, and prospective buyers will have to decide whether or not those trade-offs work for them.
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HP’s ZBook Create G7 offers plenty of CPU and GPU muscle, RAM and SSD storage, a superb 4K display and great audio.
This premium Bluetooth/USB speaker is certified for Teams and other UC platforms, and performs well for non-work use cases too.
Acer's Swift 3X has plenty of plus points, including Intel's discrete Iris Xe MAX graphics and a competitive price, but we'd like to see another USB-C port and a more robust chassis.