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Sony HandyCam FDR-AX53
3.5
(3)
£612.00
2 years ago
Plus - Very nice picture, well-built and smooth with a peek-eye. Minus - Incredibly focused when zooming, Sony's menu system is terribly outdated and difficult to navigate, the memory card tends to slip, manual focusing with the adjusting wheel is really slow. And why in hell * do you make cameras that are still locked to old PAL? That is, 25fps instead of 30 and 50fps instead of 60 .... The biggest minus of AX53 is that the stabilizer motor is incredibly loud and will be recorded in the movies you record. There will be a constant noise sound that is heard clearly in the recordings. Very disturbing and is the main reason I left the camera.
Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact Dual H8324
3.6
(24)
£643.67
2 years ago*
Very solid built with amazing grip without shell. The screen leaves little to be desired. Not the resolution, which is just right, but the colors in the screen that lack proper punch despite the "deeper colors" mode. Had been desirable with AMOLED. The viewing angles are still poor (witnessing / crying on slope). In addition, it is very bloated with lots of shit, which can mostly be deactivated or uninstalled. Also strangely enough very much hacking despite Snapdragon 845 (fully updated phone). Flat sound in the speakers, which reproduces vibrations in the chassis when creaming a little ... They could easily fit with the 3.5mm headphone jack. Nice and overall ok camera. However, optical image stabilization is lacking. Clearly a clip of Elgigantens BlackFriday for 3490: -. EDIT Think the display is generally very bad, seg (shows trails and ghosting) and when you write on the keyboard it often misses which letter you press ... has no idea if it is the glass itself is too smooth or something. The display does not feel responsive and the precision is poor.
*Edited 2 years
OnePlus 6 256GB
4.5
(13)
£257.00
2 years ago*
Great phone for some cheap money. Incredibly smooth interface without any layers or trailers. Great battery life with 6.5h screen time (70-90% brightness). Very good camera with optical image stabilization. Very good loudspeaker speakers that do not distort when you fully expand. Excellent display with good light and lilviga colors. Big plus for the 3.5mm jacket. Estimate the flat screen (detach curved edges on displays). Lots of smart features such as scanning on the off screen (music control, lamp, quick launch of apps). Double-tap on the screen to wake / deactivate. Ambient display, which displays the clock or new messages (black screen with only a few illuminated pixels showing information briefly). Pre-applied display cover. Supplied plastic shell that is actually the most beautiful of all the ones I tested. Overall, a really good phone on almost every level. The only downside is that it has notch.
*Edited 2 years
D-Link DWA-582
2.6
(6)
£29.41
2 years ago
Do not buy this card. After installation, it can not even connect to any of my home networks. After 20 reboots and debugging, I could eventually connect but it only took 2 minutes to get the game and showed "Connection_Timeout" ... Clean dirty, which is expensive. Buy TP-LINK instead, cheaper and work in all weather.
JBL T110 BT
3.1
(6)
£20.99
3 years ago*
Really bullshit fools without any depth. Lack of fullness. The instruments sound like matchboxes when playing acoustic songs. Otherwise nice and beautiful, but not worth 400 bucks.
*Edited 3 years
Asus ROG Swift PG248Q
3.1
(8)
£374.99
3 years ago*
Really mellow milky screen that is neither terrible nor great. All features such as overclocking to 180hz from 144, G-sync, etc., work as expected without any problems. But paying over four thousand bucks and then surprised by how bad the color reproduction is then is the straight track going back to the store. Have had a regular $ 1,200 Samsung monitor earlier, giving significantly richer and deeper colors than this one. The ASUS panel is really pale in the black and you get annoyed that the "white saturation" almost has a gloria around the white colors shown on the screen. It feels almost "sunlight-annoying". For example, the color of the browser Google Chrome's menus is a fairly light type of gray color in its origin - not on this screen. Where it is light gray, the panel instead shows the critique. The colors in general are non-existent even if you creme or adjust the settings as desired. Do not feel like the other features weigh up against the poor color rendering, so it will be returning immediately.
*Edited 3 years
JBL GO
4.4
(35)
£16.99
4 years ago*
Handsome, minimal and elegant design. Very good depth of sound with easy-going basis. Big plus for on / off and switching noise is just muted beep instead of a tiring speech! Very good range. No nicks even though I sit two wood-concrete walls away!
*Edited 4 years
Sony Xperia Z2 D6503
3.8
(92)
£454.98
6 years ago*
Have had the phone in just over 3 months, and can confirm that Sony worked up on some points then I tried disaster Xperia S. Here are my thoughts on - the exterior: First and foremost, they have solved the main problem - the screen. The now very pleasant screen is both bright and displays vibrant and accurate colors than their predecessors. Furthermore, the viewing angles are considerably better than before. Glasbaksidan is not my favorite. Has several times been about to drop your phone when it is extremely slippery on both sides and glasbaksidan But everything was better with a M3 machine from dbrand. The buttons are very small and it is basically impossible to bring the phone in your pocket, which is a plus in my opinion. Do you contrast function "double-tap to bring" the risk is greater, however. The phone's speaker is nothing to hang on the Christmas tree right away, even if it's stereo speakers. They lack depth and bass, in addition to vibrate the entire phone if you hold on to the max. Ear part of the conversation is approved, not bad and not great. Do not try to play any sound with your phone, it sounds absolutely no good. Compressed and tinny, not surprising given that Mike probably are inside some kind of water protection. The absolute worst piece of Z2ans exterior is loading door / SIM slot. It has a tendency to open up very easily when you have the phone in a roomy pocket. Wished that it would be a little harder to get up considering that the phone is classified as waterproof. Whether the right is waterproof or not, I have not really a good answer. Accidentally spilling a full glass of beer on your phone just when unpacking (haha) but it was for it and I just wiped of it afterwards. And now my thoughts about - the Inside material: Sony's touch in Android's interface IOM Xperia UI is the least sparse and minimalist. At the moment I still have Android 4.4.4 KitKat then I think Lollipop update seems to lack some important features. Everything goes fast and the system feels crisply, at least in Sony's own menus and programs. Some smålagg occurs, however, when scrolling in eg Google Play or YouTube, but nothing to disturb the overall experience. One detail that surprised me, however, is that the interface is very toughly with popups, messages and push notes before been overcome all that. Nearly Samsung warning regarding this detail, but it is somsagt off and edit out these. I've heard people talk about the good that Sony let their phones to be free of bundled software from different manufacturers (so-called bloatware), which is a big lie. Where quite surprised when a very large amount Bloatware followed when I started it up. And people talk badly about Samsung ..... Huh ... Got to remove or disable a little over half of the programs before I spent happy. Otherwise, it starts / wake your phone very quickly, no delays whatsoever. Battery life is well accepted, landing at about 8 days 5h screen time when you just have GSM enabled. Otherwise, it will last ca1,5 day 4h screen time with 3G / 4G running - normal use. When it comes to the audio portion so I thought I would be struck by such a first-class ... But tji what I deceived me. First and foremost send Sony a couple of stone shells from 1998 is beneath contempt, so I plugged in my MDR-NC033 and thought they would work as expected when they are actually NoiseCanceling lurking from the A845 Walkman player. But ... nope, they work but gets detected as errors lurking. Noise-cancel-mode does not work near as good as my 5 year old Walkman X1050. Sent then specific newest handsets that actually come with the phone in other countries (NC31EM) which incidentally not sound as good musically, however, works NoiseCanceling a aaaning better. The absence of base also made me disappointed. Even if you poked around in the sound settings, I thought that there was much bass. Installed as a third-party app that fixed at least that part. I expected actually more of Sony. Then we come to the camera part, which is actually the biggest disappointment. However much the Sony brags about how good their optics and the camera holds over 20 megapixels, I can not help but notice how bad the camera is actually ... It's hard to focus, can not take pictures with some modes of 8MP, have heat problems, huge problems with autofocus when shooting, low color and bright films and miserable user menus. Quite to hell if I may say so. However, as the camera starts quickly with the dedicated camera button ... but also starts just in 8mp Auto Mode - ALWAYS, which is disappointing that you can not switch to it to start in such 15mp widescreen mode ... LED "flash" is a big joke. It is so weak that you can almost mistake it for a tea light. In other works so all other wireless features such as Bluetooth, WiFi, GSM, 3G, 4G and GPS just as expected. No problem. All in all, I can say that it is a pretty solid heavy and well built phone with some flaws.
*Edited 4 years
ZTE MF823
2.6
(7)
4 years ago*
For about 800 bucks (new price) you get a stick that bothered almost on a daily basis. Have it connected to a Dovado Pro (large model) with two TS9 antennas. Skipping very often in any freeze mode even though the signal strength is 60 +%, so you have to restart. But when it does not complicate everything rolls on in a very good speeds. Have had it for a little over a year and now it has lagged together total. The modem no longer feel the signals and do not link up. Very expensive thing that works a bit when it itself wants though you have good conditions ... And add the following warranty ... almost feels like BOSCH fingers in the game.
*Edited 4 years
LG G3 D855 32GB
4
(93)
5 years ago*
It takes a little pulande before getting G3'an behave as you want. I have owned my now nearly two years and got it with 5.0 Lollipop. It was certainly not the most rap-hook I had. Everything felt unpolished and I had to make myself very many "tweakar" before I thought that the system flowed acceptable. The screen that everyone was talking so much about where had like shit over the sharpness of some weird reason that LG had decided on put on. And the brightness left a lot to be desired. The camera has trouble focusing when shooting because "laserfokusen" constantly sends signals by then assess how far it is to the object to be focused ... But when it is not aware of any limit, because you stand there and shoot as it often results in kamerafokusen to go back and forth between the near focus and long distance focus, the peers in other words, almost all the time, which is incredibly disturbing. Otherwise, the images pretty good when you have good conditions for it. The speaker is actually good noise and you can squeeze in very high without Distortion in it. But with that said, let it not very good, because it lacks the depth and bass. So mostly allowing the very flat only. But it is well suited to listening to the radio / pods. Right now I G3'an as backuplur when the constant losing reception. Every little step to the right so lethargic, so I threw in a custom ROM with LG's then-unreleased 6.0 UI with features like eg remove the sharpness that existed at the stock. Now there is the official 6.0 for the so then you just have to refuel home. The best G3'an is that it has kept for all the times I dropped it on the floor, asphalt and gravel. Not a scratch is visible either on the glass or cover. Amazing that it held for just about everything you subjected it to. It has some flaws with it have at least kept above expectations. (And people say that plastic is the premium ....)
*Edited 5 years
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