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Teclast F7

Teclast F7

The flow of MacBook-like laptops from China continues unabated. After the Teclast F6 Pro, the Chuwi LapBook Air and the Alldocube Thinker i35, we get to scrutinize the Teclast F7, which was launched earlier this year – but we received a refreshed model, one that comes with an SSD instead of the original slower (and smaller) eMMC storage.

(Note: At the time of writing, and for a limited period, Gearbest is providing a free sleeve and a wireless mouse worth just over $14 for every purchase

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Aiwa Exos-9

WIth the wireless speaker market crowded to the point of bursting by so many players, companies have to find a niche in order to be successful. Aiwa thinks there’s a niche for consumers looking for a large speaker that can play loudly in the home and on the go. 

The Aiwa Exos-9 is just that, and those looking for a speaker that can play loudly for a party indoors or out will be pleased by the speaker. 

However, if you're looking for a more modern speaker with features like

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Aiwa Exos-9

WIth the wireless speaker market crowded to the point of bursting by so many players, companies have to find a niche in order to be successful. Aiwa thinks there’s a niche for consumers looking for a large speaker that can play loudly in the home and on the go. 

The Aiwa Exos-9 is just that, and those looking for a speaker that can play loudly for a party indoors or out will be pleased by the speaker. 

However, if you're looking for a more modern speaker with features like

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Panasonic FZ952/FZ950 OLED TV

There's a very good reason that Hollywood video editors master on OLED TVs – they simply outmatch anything else on the market. 

And while LG and Sony certainly have their merits in this area (the former is the largest producer of OLED panels in the entire world, after all), Panasonic is certainly no slouch in this arena. All you need to do is look at the Panasonic FZ952, the latest OLED reference TV from Panasonic, to see why. 

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Panasonic FZ952/FZ950 OLED TV

There's a very good reason that Hollywood video editors master on OLED TVs – they simply outmatch anything else on the market. 

And while LG and Sony certainly have their merits in this area (the former is the largest producer of OLED panels in the entire world, after all), Panasonic is certainly no slouch in this arena. All you need to do is look at the Panasonic FZ952, the latest OLED reference TV from Panasonic, to see why. 

Certified UHD Premium with a matching seal of approval

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Oppo Find X

The Oppo Find X is all about two things. Its pop up cameras and its screen. The latter is unavoidable, as almost the whole of the phone is taken up by it. 

In fact, 93.8% of the front of the Find X is screen – meaning that the bezels are completely gone from three sides, with the 'chin' at the base of the screen a slender affair.

Just a week after the Vivo Nex launched with a 91.24% screen-to-body ratio, the Oppo Find

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