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Latest Which? tablet tests reveal Best Buy iPad rival

Which? reveals its latest tablet results, including one tablet model that gives Apple's iPad range a run for its money. Learn about the best iPad alternatives.

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The top 10 tablets on Which? this month

Which? looks at the top 10 most popular tablet reviews on our website for the past month. We review and rate the best tablets from iPads to Windows 10 tablets

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How to save money on home computing

Which? members share how they save money on computers, laptops, printers and software.

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How secure is your antivirus software?

We retested internet security packages six months after release to see if they improve or worsen. See the best paid-for and free antivirus you can download.

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‘Fire hazard’ HP laptop batteries recalled

HP has issued a product recall of a number of its laptop batteries. We'll tell you if your laptop is affected and, if so, how to claim your replacement battery.

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Which? reveals two new Best Buy paper shredders

Which?'s latest paper shredder reviews include cross-cut shredders from Fellowes, Rexel and Staples - discover the two new Best Buys and how much they cost.

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Three new Best Buy laptops revealed in latest Which? tests

Which?'s latest computing tests reveal three of the best laptops on the market. And if you're looking for a desktop PC, make sure you avoid our new Don't Buy.

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Amazon Fire tablet chargers recalled over shock risk

Amazon has recalled chargers for the Amazon Fire 7" or Fire Kids Edition 7" tablet due to an electric shock risk. Here's what to do if you're affected. 

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Microsoft recalls Surface Pro power cords

Microsoft has issued a recall across Europe for any Surface Pro tablets purchased before 15 July 2015 as their power cords may be damaged.

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Which? tests find new MacBook falls short of Apple’s best

The 12-inch MacBook is the slimmest, lightest MacBook Apple has ever produced. But our tests have found it may simply not be worth the £1,049 asking price.

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