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Corel Painter 2020, hands on: Performance and interface tweaks enhance user experience

The more realistic digital painting gets, the more demanding it is on your hardware. The latest

Honor 20, hands on: A high-quality mid-range smartphone, with complications courtesy of Huawei

The Honor 20 series, launched in the spring, comprises three handsets: the flagship Honor 20 Pro

Philips Brilliance LCD Monitor with USB-C Dock (329P9H), hands on: 32-inch 4K display with unmatched connectivity

It’s quite common for modern office monitors to include a built-in USB hub, so you can

Logitech Zone Wireless Plus, hands on: A comfortable and functional headset for work and play

Open-plan offices are often full of headset wearers, used for a mix of voice calls and

Toshiba Tecra A50 EC 11H, hands on: A 15.6-inch business workhorse with all-day battery life

The Tecra range of laptops from Toshiba — or Dynabook, as we should now say —

macOS Catalina (beta), hands on: Apple’s veteran desktop OS can still learn new tricks

Compared to iOS and the new iPadOS variant, Apple’s desktop operating system, macOS, is mature, and

LG W Series First Impressions: Hands On With the LG W10 and LG W30

LG has unveiled a trio of phones in the new LG W series, which the company

OnePlus 7, hands on: Worthy 6T upgrade faces stiffer competition

Flagship-class handsets from OnePlus are often referred to as ‘the one to beat’, but how should

UNO, hands on: The magnetic cable for multiple USB connections

Finding one cable that can connect all your devices — a truly universal USB cable —

A New Approach to Modular PC Parts: Hands On With Intel’s NUC Compute Element

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