UE Megaboom wireless speaker

Ultimate Ears has a strong professional audio pedigree, but was perhaps not so well known among other brands the consumer market. That all changed last year with the launch of the UE Boom wireless speaker -- a classic marriage of good design, excellent usability, waterproofing and some phenomenal sound for the size and price.

Canon PIXMA MX496 all-in-one inkjet printer

Since the entry price for fully featured printers has come down so much over the last few years, buying a new printer is almost an impulse decision. Canon’s MX496 is one of the multifunction printers you can find for about $115 from your nearest electrical retailer, and it can do things such as connect to Wi-Fi and allow you to print through the Cloud, as well as print decent quality photos.

Google Nexus 9 review: The best of Google and HTC

Sore points soured the Google and Samsung-made Nexus 10. Spoiling the high-resolution screen was thick bezels and, to quote our review, the fact there wasn’t “enough third-party apps optimised for its larger screen size”. A couple of years later and Google has partnered with HTC to bring the Nexus 9, and, well, a lot can change in two years.

Creative Labs: new amplifiers for gamers and audiophiles

Creative Labs has just announced the availability of a couple of new amplifier products for mobile devices and desktop computers that are designed for those of you who care about audio. It's a welcome return from the company that used to be front of mind in the PC and portable audio scenes.

Rapoo E9090P Wireless Illuminated Keyboard with Touchpad

Rapoo's thin, E9090P wireless keyboard features a touchpad on the right side, making it a good model to consider if you want to control a media centre computer from the comfort of your lounge. It adds a bit of convenience that we haven't seen in other Rapoo keyboards of this ilk: it's backlit, and it has a built-in battery that can be charged via a wireless pad, rather than a cable.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ70 compact camera

For the 2015 version of its Travel Zoom camera, the Lumix DMC-TZ70, Panasonic has done something a bit different. Rather than boosting the megapixel count of the sensor, it has actually reduced it, but made the individual pixels bigger. It has done this to improve the camera’s ability to take in light, making it more suitable for shooting in low-light situations.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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