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Without a doubt LG has one of the best OLED TV ranges on the market, and with OLED being the current pinnacle of consumer TVs, arguably LG is the one to beat. 

So rather than rest on its laurels after the success of the 2017 range, the South Korean company has put a vast amount of work into the processors that go into its OLED range, giving them improvements across the board. 

The E8 OLED (sometimes seen as the OLED E8) is LG’s update to the 2017 E7

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Alpina AlpinerX

The words fashion and adventure don't normally come together, but the new Alpina AlpinerX is trying to combine both of those into an outdoor smartwatch that also looks great.

The AlpinerX is – quite strangely – a Kickstarter product from the established Alpina brand, which seems to be testing the waters to see if there will be enough interest in the concept.

Considering the Kickstarter project had been running just over 24 hours at the time of writing and had accumulated five times

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Founded in 2005, IdentityForce Inc. is a Massachusetts-based corporation that provides identity theft protection services to US consumers, businesses and government agencies.

The company's products offer you instant access to credit reports and scores from one or all three big-name providers: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. A credit score tracker and mobile apps (iOS and Android) allow you to manually check your details at any time.

IdentityForce also has a comprehensive monitoring system

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Melitta Caffeo CI Bean to Cup Coffee Machine review

Melitta Caffeo’s CI (Coffee Intelligence) Bean to Cup Coffee Machine focuses on ease of use and customisable elements in an automatic set up. 

Its My Coffee Memory system can store four personal preferences that are pre-programmed into the machine, alongside making a consistently good espresso and milk foam. 

At its price point (£849.99), it’s by no means a cheap model, and it does risk being outshone by both the lower cost and flashier machines at either end of the

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Skagen Holst

Skagen has a long history of making simple yet stylish watches and the company has begun experimenting with smartwatches with the Skagen Falster, but it's also trying hybrids.

The company has used Baselworld 2018 to reveal a brand new hybrid and it's called the Skagen Holst. It attempts to combine that simple and elegant design Skagen is well-known for with some of the basic features you’d expect from a normal smartwatch. 

How does the Holst stand out from the hundreds

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A B Art Touch X

Hybrid watches seem to be one of the big trends at Baselworld 2018, and we've found this one from little-known Swiss brand A B Art called the Touch X.

You probably haven't heard of A B Art before (we hadn't until landing in Switzerland this week) but our initial impressions of the Touch X are that it's a unique looking and functional watch.

With a touchscreen built into the glass on the front but no display (so it's not like a smartwatch) it's an interesting idea. It

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