Review Archive

  • Is Samsung's high performance EX1 its best non interchangeable lens camera ever? Read our Best4Reviews.com test to find out...
  • The Sony Bravia KDL 46NX703 sits within Sony’s Network range of new Bravia HD TVs and is suitably equipped with a wide range of connection options including integrated Wi-Fi support, a big improvement over the optional (at extra cost) Wi-Fi dongle of yore. But is this new "Monolithic" design TV worth the asking price? Doug Harman finds out.
  • If good things come in small packages then Naim's UnitiQute all-in-one Hi-Fi audio player should be the proof of that pudding, to mangle my metaphors for a moment. The UnitiQute weighs in at 7.1kg and so is a heavyweight, literally and in terms of features so it's more than just the music that rocks. Take a quick glance at the key features box to get an idea of what I mean here. It's also an irresistibly cute example of what contemporary music in the home is all about‚ according to Naim, at least, but is it? Doug Harman finds out.
  • The G12 is Canon's newest premium PowerShot digital compact. It inherits many feature of its predecessor, the G11, but builds on these with neat new equipment including a new control dial on the front, 720p HD movie capture, Hybrid Image Stabilisation and SDXC external storage compatibility. Doug Harman finds out if it's any good...
  • The OneForAll Limited Edition SmartControl Universal Remote with Bluetooth Adapter for Sony PS3 is a bit of mouthful but provides PS3 users out there with a remote control option that can also be used across their other Hi-Fi, TV and set top box gear as well. Doug Harman checks out the new "bundled for Christmas" AllForOne PS3 adapter outfit.
  • OneForAll has been familiar to most people for years as a key player in the universal remote game. The Xsight Touch represents the top of the range remote and the addition of the RF Extender, tested here as well, means its versatility is even greater. But will this control combination leave us hooked or feeling remote? Doug Harman finds out.
  • Small, capsule-like in design the X-mini MAX II speakers are both well designed and easy to use. But are they any good? Doug Harman puts them through their paces in their full Best4Reviews test.
  • Canon’s latest addition to its LEGRIA HF M camcorders series is the compact, lightweight M32. It combines extended storage, ease of use and Full HD shooting with improved creative options, so it looks a tempting treat indeed. But is it? Doug Harman investigates.
  • Kodak’s latest all in one printer is aimed, says Kodak, at “helping you share your mobile life for less”. Yeah, right! Well it is easy to set up with a compact and attractive design, provides neat direct print features, even for WiFi enabled Smartphones alongside simplicity of use and inexpensive inks. Doug Harman finds out if it lives up to its hype.
  • Sony Ericsson's flagship mobile phone features a 4.1inch screen, Android operating system and an 8.1-megapixel camera plus fast 1GHz processing. But how does it perform? Doug Harman finds out.
  • Are netbooks like the N210 just a flash in the pan or do they have something tangible to contribute to the computing world. Michael O'Connell finds out...
  • Olympus updated its well received Pen E-P1with this, the E-P2 a Micro FourThirds model for the enthusiast snapper for those requiring the flexibility of a system camera without the bulk of a DSLR. But is it an improvement?
  • Sigma’s DP2s is a high-end 14.6-megapixel compact aimed at the enthusiast and updates the original DP2. Improvements have been made but some quirks from its predecessor remain. Doug Harman investigates.
  • Devolo’s dLAN 200 AVpass broadband adapter kit can connect your Freesat box to your broadband router via the mains electricity sockets in your home. But does it work? Doug Harman finds out.
  • Panasonic's latest big zoom compact marries a 12x optical zoom, extendable to a 23.4x equivalent, to a 12.1 megapixel effective resolution. But does this make it the ideal travel companion? Read its Best4Reviews test to find out
  • Is Samsung's Genio anything new or just more of the same?
  • Nikon's new flagship DSLR is a stunning piece of camera technology. But is it any good? Doug Harman puts it through it's Best4Reviews test to find out.
  • Best4Reviews.com gets a first try out with the new budget priced Olympus E-PL1 Digital Pen at its London launch
  • Philips' 37-inch LCD HDTV boasts both slender design and superior image quality. Best4Reviews finds out if those are reason enough for it to be your next choice of TV
  • The latest Bravia HD TV in Sony's “V” range is this, the KDL40V 5810 and it sports integrated Freesat, Freeview and analogue tuners; Applicast, Live Colour and 24P True Cinema along with all the other Bravia goodies.
  • Wacom's latest graphics tablet update just got more intuitive in the shape of the Intuos4 Pen tablet.
  • Panasonic's latest point and shoot digital camera features a wide angle 8x optical zoom - but does that make it the perfect travel companion? Best4Reviews takes it to Portugal to find out
  • Philips Ambilight II LCD TV, the Aurea 42PFL9903H ramps up both the amazing Ambilight effect and the picture quality; here’s how it performs on the first www.Best4Reviews.com HD TV review for 2009.
  • Does Samsung’s latest mobile have the iPhone quaking in its boots? The Jet certainly has the looks but does it also have the required substance? Michael O’Connell finds out.
  • The latest Olympus camera is a neat little package for the enthusiast snapper and those wanting a quality interchangeable lens camera without the bulk of a DSLR, and it looks a cracker too.
  • Got five minutes to kill? Then Whack It might be the choice for you!
  • Want broadband internet access on the move? Then Virgin Media could have an attractive proposition for you courtesy of its unobtrusive USB 'dongle'
  • Impressive A3+ borderless printing meets superb quality output if, that is, you can keep the print heads clean.
  • Canon’s EOS 5D MkII refreshes the original 5D with a feature rich body that boasts an in-vogue and rather superb 1080p HD movie mode but looks very pricey with the 24-105mm F4 L kit lens.
  • Olympus unveils its first Micro Four Thirds digital camera in Berlin and Best4Reviews.com is there to bring you this exclusive preview and pictures
  • Ricoh’s CX1 features unique new kit that combine to help create what seems to be a very special digital compact, but is it any good? Doug Harman Investigates in this the CX1's Best4Reviews test.
  • The Nikon D3x updates the 12-megapixel D3 providing double the resolution on a full frame “FX” format sensor. But is it as good as the D3? Doug Harman finds out in this the D3x full Best4Reviews test.
  • NEC's entry level 3D and graphics orientated workstation gets taken for a spin.
  • Kodak's top M-series digital compact, the M1093IS has some neat kit at a great price, find out how it fared here, in its full, Best4Reviews test.
  • Doug Harman dials up LG's update of the Viewty mobile camera phone, the LG Renoir, which arrives for its full Best4Reviews test.
  • Nikon’s D80 gets updated with this new D-SLR, the Nikon D90. At first glance, it looks very similar to the D80 but is a dramatically different beast. Doug Harman investigates in this, its full Best4Reviews test.
  • The Wii Fit has been very difficult to get hold of since launch, so unless you’re lucky or pay an inflated price online, be prepared to have a battle on your hands. Does it live up to the hype? In her first review for Best4Reviews, Kate Goodman finds out
  • Like me, all my male mates are watch fanatics, comparing features and modes (and how much they’ve spent) on their latest Longines or Rolex. But none can compete with the accuracy on offer from Casio’s WVQ-570E Wave Ceptor watch.
  • Sigma’s potentially ground-breaking DP1 was first announced in 2006 and is the first “pocketable” compact to feature a large APS-C sized sensor. The DP1 is all about image quality potentially rivaling some DSLRs, but can it live up to the billing?
  • Our latest Sharp LCD HD TV review features the company’s 52-inch, high-end XL2E 1080p model and now means Best4Reviews has completed testing the current range of Sharp’s LCD TVs. The question is of course, is it any good?