The top model from LG is a great TV in many ways, but it also has some challenges.
Heos has endowed this with user-friendliness, and here one also gets tough, rich sound for one’s money.
Klipsch has the highest sound pressure in the test. But the soundbar disappoints on sound quality.
With the WH-1000XM2, Sony has fixed the problems found in the predecessor and is thus the best headphone model with noise cancellation that we have tested.
The LG display works great for sports, and boasts lightning-fast response to the enjoyment of gaming enthusiasts.
Sony follows up last year’s OLED triumph with a nice high-end model. But does Bravia AF8 have what it takes to seize the TV throne this year as well?
The creatures of habit that we are, make it hard to change platforms.
Apple adds pencil-support to its regular iPad.
Gorgeous earbuds with rock-hard bass, but disappointing battery life and treble.
OnePlus does everything right with Bullet Wireless, their first wireless earbuds.
An alternative for the one who wants to sit back with light music and a good conscience.
For the bass buff, they are a bargain, but they are less suited for a varied music taste.
Practical earbuds where the sound is as attractive as the luxurious exterior.
If you want the right heavy bass without completely destroying the music, Shadow is the answer.
Impractical design and excessive bass rendition make them uninteresting for most people.
The low budget alternative to the award-winning Nitro-X is better for workouts and still sounds good.
Panasonic has a tradition of creating well constructed TVs with natural picture quality, and the new model within the FX700 series is no exception.