Ultra-thin screens often mean tinny, transistors radio-like audio. But you can reclaim quality sounds using a soundbar or sound base and PAT PILCHER’s here to give us all the info you need to do so.
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PAT PILCHER heads to LG’s Sydney new TV lineup showcase – where TVs were not only looking better than ever, but getting a whole lot smarter too.
So TVNZ and Spark have snaffled the Rugby World Cup broadcast rights from Sky… PAT PILCHER looks at whether the new deal will mean good viewing for Kiwis.
Samsung’s and Apple’s flagships were the subject of endless speculation before their launch. Funnily enough, Huawei’s latest, the P20 Pro arrived with minimal fuss. What makes this interesting is that the P20 Pro could be a giant killer. Since it launched, it has received a tonne of praise from […]
Looking to immerse yourself in that movie or some music on your new TV? Then consider an AV receiver to take the sounds to another level. PAT PILCHER gives us the lowdown on what to consider before you buy.
Has the fifth instalment of Far Cry managed to avoid being same-old, same-old? PAT PILCHER goes slaying cult leaders to find out.
On the lookout for a new smartphone? PAT PILCHER has the low down on what to look for.
Google’s getting lapped in the smartwatch arena. PAT PILCHER takes the giant to task for its lack of innovation with its Android Wear smartwatches and asks, what’s next?
Huawei will be happy! It’s P20 Pro and P20 have topped the rankings in the latest DxOMark smartphone camera tests, reports PAT PILCHER. He gives us a rundown on the rankings – and which other vendors got a look in.
Samsung’s got a hidden gem on its phones for those of us with less than perfect hearing – or just getting a little older. PAT PILCHER gives us the lowdown on how to get the best out of Adapt Sound.
The real losers in the Hirschfeld-Curran debacle will be you and I, says PAT PILCHER. He outlines the sorry saga and why the real costs may be greater than many realise.
Long known for its hulking mainframes, IBM is going small. Really, really small. PAT PILCHER explains.