New products

With dozens of new products hitting our stores every week, wouldn’t it be nice to keep abreast of the latest kit and unbelievable bargains? Well, look no further. We provide highlights of our favourite new releases plus the most eagerly anticipated tech to help you stay one step ahead.

Product Review: Audiolab M-DAC MINI

Product Review: Audiolab M-DAC MINI

  Audiolab adds to its award-winning M series with the introduction of the M-DAC MINI, but does this pint-sized newcomer live up to the accolades earned by its bigger siblings? Read on to find out… Upon hearing the news that …read more

Product review: Samsung UE55LS003 Frame TV

Product review: Samsung UE55LS003 Frame TV

I think we can all agree that despite televisions getting more aesthetically pleasing, you wouldn’t exactly call them “art”. Their minimalistic feel and slim designs, while not terrible to look at, wouldn’t look quite as good as a nice picture …read more

Product review: Pure Evoke H2 DAB radio

Product review: Pure Evoke H2 DAB radio

If you’ve ever looked into purchasing a digital radio in the past few years I’m sure the Pure brand is something you’ve seen around. Formed back in 2002 they’ve become synonymous with DAB radios so chances are you may have …read more

Product review: JBL E55BT headphones

Product review: JBL E55BT headphones

JBL has been around for what seems forever. Primarily known for their loudspeakers, we have suddenly seen a sharp interest in headphones with the release of quite a few models over the past 12 months. Now it’s time to hear …read more

Product review: Yamaha RXV383 AV Receiver

Product review: Yamaha RXV383 AV Receiver

  Yamaha’s RXV3 series has long been the benchmark for inexpensive AV receivers. The range has long gained acclaim for its simple feature set and excellent performance at the entry level price point leading to it picking up What Hi-Fi? …read more

Product review: Philips HTL2183 TV soundbar

Product review: Philips HTL2183 TV soundbar

  As modern screens get thinner and thinner, so do the size of their in-built speakers. It doesn’t take an engineer to figure out this surely can’t be a good thing for the sound quality… We’re all looking for the …read more