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Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,977
Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (652 of 919)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,977 - Total Helpful Votes: 652 of 919
Cyberlink Power DVD 14 Ultra (PC) by Cyberlink
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If you've got a blu-ray drive on your PC with no software to play stuff on it- or the software you've got is limited and/or outdated- Cyberlink provide what is probably the market standard in proprietary software to sort those problems out.

And it's a very comprehensive bit of kit too with an intuitive UI and the advantage of receiving updates and, in addition, has handy mobile apps for Android or iOS that enable you to control the functions remotely from your smartphone.

So as comprehensive a package as you could hope for if playing blu-ray and DVD media on your PC is a top activity.
Vax Steam Fresh Combi Classic 10-in-1 Handheld and&hellip by Vax
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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This is one of the best steam cleaners I've used- lightweight but well built, easy to use, versatile and with a good long length of cord. There is also a good range of tools which even includes ones for worktops and kitchen hob which are actually very useful and more to the point, effective.

Our house is mainly tiled and wooden flooring so that's the primary use for this product though and it's proven very good at this task, best we've had to be honest. Replacement pads aren't too expensive either. all in all very pleased with this steam cleaner.
Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch
Tomorrow and Tomorrow by Thomas Sweterlitsch
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This is a well structured and fascinating slice of SF which intriguingly mixes up noir thriller, cyberpunk, traditional science fiction dystopia along with some political comment. On the whole it works- Pittsburgh has been destroyed by a nuclear explosion, the hero with his own [as would be expected] serious emotional baggage is trying to make sense of it as a researcher in the 'Archive,' a resource recreating in detail the city right up to moments before the explosion and everything in society- humans and machines- are electronically connected.

The story can be a bit slow at times but the author can write and the ideas and dark, often claustrophobic atmosphere keep pulling it… Read more