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Whether you are using your laptop on a bed and need something underneath to keep it cool – or you want a powerful 3D docking station – KitGuru will keep you bang up to date on the latest laptop accessories.

TSST TB030NA Portable Charger Review

The smallest of the Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology (TSST) portable charge range, today we review the TB030NA model. It features a 3000 mAh capacity and has a more familiar cylinder design. It is pricey for a smaller capacity device though, as it will set you back £19.99. Is it worth …

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TSST TB050PA Portable Charger Review

The TB050PA is another portable charger from Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology (TSST). It is essentially a lower capacity version of the TB100PA, with a smaller 5,000 mAh capacity. This means it is also cheaper at £24.99 – but is it worth buying ahead of its bigger brother? TSST have a made …

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TAG Heuer’s Swiss smartwatch to cost $1400/£900

LVMH, is a French multinational luxury goods conglomerate, has announced pricing of TAG Heuer’s upcoming smartwatch, which it is developing in collaboration with Intel and Google. The first smart timepiece from a Swiss watchmaker will surprisingly not be too expensive because the product is primarily aimed at younger audience. TAG Heuer’s smartwatch will …

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Opening up an Apple Watch is hard

Since today marks the official availability of Apple’s brand new Watch wearable, it’s no surprise that people are rather excited to get their hands on one. However not everyone wants to play with it. Some in-fact want to tear theirs apart to see how it all works and what components …

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Apple already made £2 billion from Watch sales

Even though the Apple Watch came relatively late to the wearable scene compared to many of its competitors it’s looking set to become one of Apple’s biggest product launches ever, by making the company over £2 billion in just its first two weeks of being on sale. So far the Cupertino …

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Apple orders more components to improve Watch supply

Demand for Apple Watch devices greatly exceeds supply these days, according to various market analysts. However, Apple is boosting orders of components, which will help it to significantly improve availability of its smartwatch later this year. Analysts estimate that Apple has already taken pre-orders for one million Watch devices in …

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Fitbit wearables are still causing rashes

Fitbit, one of the worlds most well known makers of wearable fitness trackers, has admitted that its latest product, the Surge, is causing rashes for some of its users. Unfortunately for Fitbit, this is far from its first problem with rashes, as many of its previous wearables have had a similar …

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Apple: Apple Watch will ship in April

Apple announced on Tuesday during its earning call that it will start commercial shipments of its highly-anticipated Apple Watch device in April. While the company will start shipments of its new gadget later than expected, its management believes that the new product will become popular both among end-users and among developers. “Development …

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MediaTek introduces its first platform for wearable devices

MediaTek, a leading designer of inexpensive application processors for smartphones, has introduced its first platform for wearable computing devices based on Google Android Wear software. This is the first highly-integrated solution for wearable devices from a maker of affordable mobile chips. MediaTek MT2601 is powered by two ARM Cortex-A7 1.2 GHz …

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Arctic Power Bank 4000 Review

Today we are going to take a look at one of Arctic’s latest mobile accessories, the Power Bank 4000.  We have looked at a number of Arctic’s mobile accessories over the last few years and have been generally very impressed with the level of quality and value for money that …

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Intel changes Quark roadmap, preps fully-integrated Quark SoC in 2016

Intel Corp.’s Quark system-on-chips for extreme-ultra-low-power devices provide basic compute capabilities for smart appliances, simple robots and even wearable gadgets, but there are a number of reasons that prevent them from becoming popular. Among the key points of Intel’s concerns about the Quark family is low-performance, limited amount of I/O …

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Apple debuts ‘iWatch’ called Apple Watch

Apple was always going to get in on the wearable game. Yes, we’ve seen its patent applications for wrist mounted computational devices, but if anything, it’s because a tech field with a focus on style as much as substance is right up Apple’s street. However, it isn’t quite as we …

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