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Review: iPhone 14 and 14 Pro — the gap got bigger

Review: iPhone 14 and 14 Pro — the gap got bigger

In front of us are the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, two new models from Apple's 2022 lineup. Just last year, we concluded that it was best to skip a generation, but what about now? Are these two models worth their (sharply increased) price? The first peculiarity is that Apple changed this year's... Read more

date4 days ago
Review: Logitech Zone Vibe 100, conferencing headset for remote work

Review: Logitech Zone Vibe 100, conferencing headset for remote work

Logitech announced a new headset in September. The Zone Vibe 100 is designed for hybrid work and comes at a suggested retail price of €120 (VAT included). According to Logitech, employees can comfortably use the model to call and videoconference for hours on end. Techzine took the headset to the ... Read more

date2 months ago
A mini-pc at the home office, does that work?

A mini-pc at the home office, does that work?

A PC for the home office almost automatically always is a laptop. However, there are more options. We had a Gigabyte Brix as a work pc for a while, to experience what it's like to have a mini-PC on the desk. At first glance, the choice for a laptop is an obvious one in view of the hybrid workpla... Read more

date1 year ago
Review: Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 – Not unique, but with stamina

Review: Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 – Not unique, but with stamina

Microsoft sent us the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4, to review the laptop. We have been using Surface laptops for several years now, so we are in a position to judge the Surface Laptop 4 like no other. At the Techzine office, we skipped the first Surface model, but we have some Surface Laptop 2's a... Read more

date1 year ago
Preview: Windows 11 – The modern Windows 8 with two start menus?

Preview: Windows 11 – The modern Windows 8 with two start menus?

Microsoft presented Windows 11 a few weeks ago. We have now been able to work with the new operating system. Although it is a preview, Microsoft clearly shows its vision. Where other media are talking about a simple redesign, we really see some differences. First of all, Microsoft is doing a big cl... Read more

date1 year ago
Review: Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 – not very good, but recommended

Review: Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 – not very good, but recommended

In tougher work environments these days, you don't want to compromise on mobility anymore. With a device like the Samsung Galaxy XCover 5, you don't have to, is Samsung's promise. We tested that promise. Samsung has had ruggedized devices in its portfolio for years. For example, the Korean compa... Read more

date1 year ago
Review: Bose Videobar VB1 – all-in-one videoconferencing

Review: Bose Videobar VB1 – all-in-one videoconferencing

Bose is of course well-known for its audio products. With the Videobar VB1, however, the Professional branch of the company announced a videoconferencing product at last year's ISE (2020). A few months ago, news broke that the VB1 was actually coming to market. Bose sent us a sample of the Videobar... Read more

date1 year ago
Review: Nokia X20 puts full focus on support

Review: Nokia X20 puts full focus on support

HMD Global has been releasing smartphones under the Nokia brand for several years now. With the Nokia X20, the Finnish company is breaking new ground and focusing on support, durability and longevity. In this review, we discover how this works out. The strategy of the new X-series revolves aroun... Read more

date2 years ago
Review: Zebra EC50/EC55 – smartphone with Zebra DNA

Review: Zebra EC50/EC55 – smartphone with Zebra DNA

With the EC50 and EC55, Zebra says it is introducing a new category of 'individually assigned mobile computer'. That is, a personal smartphone that can do more in business environments than a standard smartphone. We got a chance to take a closer look at the EC55. Is this really a new category? And ... Read more

date2 years ago
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