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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus SM-N975F/DS 512GB
3.8
(6)
£939.95
a year ago
I'm happy with the phone but dissatisfied with Samsung's insistence on selling the Exynos variant instead of the Qualcomm Snapdragon! It is ridiculous and not at all good as you get better battery life with Snapdragon and the phone does not pull as much as Exynos does today with 4G (without Wi-fi).
Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700
3.4
(41)
£222.00
a year ago
I have both Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 and the previous version Bose QuietComfort 35 II so I will base my judgment on it: The Bose NC 700 both look more modern and have a better fit than the Bose QuietComfort 35 II! In terms of music playback, the Bose NC 700 is a snap better than the Bose QuietComfort 35 II The sound on call is significantly better in the Bose NC 700 than the Bose QuietComfort 35 II and, of course, also tremendously better against Sony's corresponding headphones, which I also tested earlier. The app for the Bose NC 700 feels more modern and it works great for updating software, playing with noise reduction settings. The battery life for me is perfectly acceptable, it could have been slightly better but as long as the headphones have USB Type C then there is no problem when running with the same charging cable as for the mobile. I cannot say that it is better or worse than the battery life of the Bose QuietComfort 35 II then I experience the almost the same. One thing I miss, physical buttons! They are more clear to the Bose QuietComfort 35 II ... but that doesn't mean the touch control in the Bose NC 700 is bad, just that you feel better with the hardware buttons instead of the touch. Headphones are highly recommended! Do you have today Bose QuietComfort 35 II so wait for the next generation (after Bose NC 700) to buy something then the differences are minimal between these two headphones, otherwise you have plenty of money, so fine, run on o buy them!
Huawei Freebuds 3
3.9
(26)
£85.00
a year ago*
I have had those headphones now for about 1.5 months along with my Airpods 2 .. so I will compare both and .. * Sound wise for music they are good, just as good as Airpods 2. Battery is good if you drive without NC (noise reduction) otherwise the battery is NOT good if you drive NC all the time, hence a star less in rating because of it. FreeBuds 3 also has less latency when playing, for example, music video and other video streaming which is actually good! * The sound on call is very good, it snaps better than with Airpods 2 * Charging time is fast, gets full charge after one hour. * The Huawei app designed for FreeBuds 3 is totally okay, you can use it to update the software, to turn on NC or off. At the same time you can see how much battery is left for the headphones and the box as well. You can also choose what the touch control should do on both sides. * The fit is perfectly okay for my ears but I like Airpods 2 a little more, they fit better in my ears which is a taste from person to person. Don't use the touch controls on it so I don't have much o say about it. The headphones are recommended for Android users, if you have iPhone so run with Airpods 2 then they are more customized and well configured for iOS.
*Edited a year
Sony Bravia KD-65XD8505
3.9
(7)
4 years ago*
Really good TV, a little pricey but it is competent, so you pay for what you need! Android TV is sick najs However, Google has limited the sharply compared to regular Android version. What is missing is an "Air Mouse" to the TV. The picture is super, in most situations, lacking of 4K and HDR materials is not Sony's fault so it can not say much about, but tried a 4K material from Youtube and a 4K movie examples I downloaded from the network to the USB memory shown how good image. Must content myself so far, with Full HD material from Com Hem. Otherwise, if you run NetFlix 4K material you should be super happy!
*Edited 4 years
Sony Xperia Z3 D6603
3.3
(78)
£364.98
6 years ago*
Coming from a Galaxy S4 (work phone) and a iphone5s Lets just say I have not had a similar fine and feature rich phone before! + Positive: + Battery life was just fine, understand that Sony has made a small compromise on the choice of the platform in order to get as much as possible of the battery and I am grateful for Super Stamina mode is really good if you have enough battery life left . + The design is really neat in a "waterproof" mobile! Otherwise, usually that kind of phones was right clumsy and ugly + I can use the phone with one hand despite the 5.2 inch display! + Performance-wise, it just fine and the best Android phone I've experienced that flows at least as good as the iphone. + The camera is superb! The video recording is so good and now you can also set the microphone so you can record sound great in concert with loud noise! Do not ledblixten then the image becomes yellowish when it is dark conditions. + MicroSD castle. + Sony UI is easy, nice and almost laggfri. + Music experience is top-notch! Threaded or even wirelessly via Bluetooth! Awesome sound through aptX. - Negative: - Very slippery (need someone back cover) - The glass can be cracked if you have the phone in tight jeans pants while sitting thus. - Bundled earphones should be better, still got to buy somebody finer variant which cost around 800kr.
*Edited 6 years
Sony Xperia Tablet Z SGP311
4
(24)
8 years ago*
One of the best surf plates I've had. Had the first one Ipad2, then bytes I Nexus7 and was happy with it, however, I lacked the things that I found in the Sony Xperia Tablet Z. The pluses: + Screen quality and high resolution (Full HD). + Best battery life of a tablet (multi-day) + Memory Card spot. + IR control. + Fast and lag free experience. + Stylish design. + HML that provides HDMI. + Dust and waterproof. + Useful Sony's own apps included with course. + Sony's user interface in the middle is very good and easy, think it hit "Vanilla Android UI". + DLNA and BT 4.0. + Sony Walkman functionality with very many settings. + Handles Wi-fi "N" standard with dual-band (which Nexus7 did not). On the minus side: - No proper HDMI output, requires in this case HML adapter. - Drive is still Android 4.1 but 4.2 is on the way it is said. - LTE (4G) version is too expensive - costing around 6000kr. The tablet device is highly recommended! One of the best in terms of design and performance, and connectivity! Update for those who are looking for good case: Flip 'n' Stand from Muvit (Made for Xperia Tablet Z), costs 400kr on Xperia Store in Lund.
*Edited 8 years