Paul B

I'm Paul and I'm gadget mad!!!
Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,531
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (188 of 209)
Location: England


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,531 - Total Helpful Votes: 188 of 209
LG G3 5.5 inch Sim Free 16GB Android Smartphone - &hellip by LG Electronics
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I write this going from my beloved LG G2. I umm'd and arrr'd for a long time when LG announced the G3. Would it be worth it? YES!!!
I thought the size difference would be quite noticeable but it isn't. Don't get me wrong, it is a big phone but quite surprisingly it is so easy to hold and doesn't seem overly large like the Galaxy Note range. The camera is very good. It focuses extremely quickly courtesy of the laser focus and has just three extra modes such as panorama, dual focus and magic focus. The latter I have had a little trouble with but that is probably user error. The speed of the phone in general is very fast. I must admit though that I didn't notice too much difference… Read more
LG G Watch - Black by LG Electronics
LG G Watch - Black by LG Electronics
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth the Wait, 9 July 2014
Firstly, I did buy mine direct from Google and not Amazon. I've been waiting for a decent "smart watch" for a while now and did loads of research before taking the plunge for the LG. I didn't really take to the Samsung version and having the LG G3 smartphone I thought they'd work well together. Set up was easy. Place it in the magnetic charging dock and it immediately turns on and starts telling you what to do next. You have to download the Android Wear app from the Playstore on your phone and I had to update Google voice as well ( you will need Android 4.3 upward). It then installed the updates on the watch and hey presto, we're off and running. I charged mine for a couple of hours… Read more
Canon IXUS 265 HSCompact Digital Camera - Black (1&hellip by Canon
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly Recommended, 9 July 2014
I have been without a camera for a while as I tend to use my smartphone but decided to go back to a dedicated camera. My last camera was the superb Sony Cybershot HX9 and was always going to be a hard act to follow. So far the Ixus has performed well. The wifi function is a welcome addition as it makes it oh so easy to transfer pictures to my iPad on the move. The NFC function is a little disappointing as you still need to change the wifi connection on your smartphone before it'll connect. In no way is this a deal breaker, I just thought it'd be a one-touch affair. The pictures I've taken are mostly outdoors and are of a very high quality. Even at maximum (optical) zoom the clarity is top… Read more

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