We haven’t had enough time for a final verdict but here’s what we think of the largest (until the Note 20, as we reckon it’ll be called, rocks up) of Samsung’s 2020 lineup. In short, is it really what it’s cracked up to be?
The Mars revolution can come now, and our Martian overlord Elon Musk can pretty much…
To paraphrase Dre, a giant doesn’t have to move unless its provoked. Rolling up sirens blaring is a sure way to get noticed but people will know you’re a kid. Roll up in Audi’s Q3 35 TFSI S Tronic and people are still going to notice — all the more because you don’t have to call attention to yourself.
If the Dynabook Portégé A30-E-18W has taught me anything about computers it’s that size doesn’t…
Before you continue fawning over Samsung’s shiny new S20-range and the flippity flip phone, we’ve got an important PSA: Budget is beautiful too!
If you’re in the market for an easy-to-use vacuum that will open up some time for you to do something other than clean, the Mi Robot is nifty as hell. It’s easy to set up and use, with little to no complications. We had just one incident where the little guy got stuck under a chair and couldn’t find his way out — but that’s easy enough to manage. Just take it out and restart operations.
Do you really need Audi’s refreshed and sporty new A1? Heck no, it’s a luxury car, albeit an entry level one. Nobody needs a luxury car, no matter what the salesman wants you to believe. Do you really want one? That’s affirmative, Red Leader.