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Nintendo Wii U Game Pad High Capacity Battery (Wii&hellip by Nintendo
4.0 out of 5 stars New Lease of Life, 16 Jun 2014
I've gone ahead and rated this four stars as it would have put Nintendo's Wii U in a better light had it been included as standard. I guess they were doing everything possible to keep the overall price of the console as low as possible.

However, now I've installed it, the battery has given my Wii U a new lease of life. So much so that I've taken to using the gamepad almost as a tablet replacement for browsing the Internet whilst watching T.V and playing Mario Kart 8 whilst being sat in other locations of my house. Beforehand using the gamepad was a hit and miss afair as you couldn't go that far from it's power lead umbilical cord. I've not tested the batteries full charge span… Read more
Samsung ATIV One 7 27 inch Touchscreen All-in-One &hellip by Samsung
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
I bought the Samsnug Ativ One as a replacement for a 2011 27" Apple iMac.

I've been using Apple Mac's since 2006 and shunned Windows since then, only running the OS within VM's when I've needed to test things. I believe that Microsoft are on to something with Windows 8.1 and their convergence plans. I decided to give it another try after so long.

What better PC to switch back to Windows than this Samsung Ativ One, I'm really happy with the build quality and design, (After I removed the various Intel and AMD stickers), it runs very quiet and the touch screen is an unexpected bonus. I never really understood the benefit of the new wave of full desktop PCs with touch… Read more
HTC One 32GB UK SIM Free Smartphone - Silver by HTC
24 of 48 people found the following review helpful
It's pretty clear that in terms of hardware the HTC One is one of, if not the best Android device available at the moment. If you appreciate good quality engineering then the HTC One is the phone for you. However, software is another issue; HTC sense isn't bad, it's just crippled and I like using stock Android. For the life of me I can't understand some of HTC's decisions regarding customising Android, are we not past this yet manufacturers? I understand that differentiating yourself amongst the competition by adding your own skin on things may seem like a good idea, in practise it's not. You guys would be better off using stock Android and releasing, HTC Zoe or AllShare Play as apps that… Read more