The 2018 Echo Dot is a masterclass in making everything better, without a price increase.
Like the original Echo Plus, the all new 2018 version wants to be the centre of your connected household with a built-in smart-home hub and it aims to offer better sound quality than the regular Echo.
The second-generation Amazon Echo Show (or Echo Show 2 as we are calling it) refines the design, expands the screen of the original and adds a host of extra functions.
Cordless is the future according to Dyson. That doesn’t mean it’s going to stop selling its existing corded models such as the Ball Animal 2, though. Well, not yet anyway.
While optical sensors built-in to wrist-borne wearables do a good job of monitoring your pulse throughout the day and tracking improvements in fitness (based on your resting heart rate), they’re typically much less reliable than traditional chest straps during intense exercise.
On the face of it, the ET-7750 is the perfect candidate for Epson's EcoTank system, which uses cartridges in favour of refillable ink tanks. Photo printing is a notorious drain on ink, and an A3+ capable photo multifunction peripheral (MFP) even more so. Thanks to EcoTank, the ET-7750 is impressively cheap to run.
The Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 is a high-spec, high-technology toothbrush. With three cleaning modes, a pressure sensor and the ability to automatically set the right mode for the attached brush head, this model can help keep your teeth in tip-top condition.
The Dyson V7 Trigger is the star portable vacuum currently available from the British manufacturer. It’s not what you think though; a predecessor to the V8. Instead, Dyson has launched the V7 as a mid-level option after the V8 range, combining features from both the V6 and the V8 at a lower price point.