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Third-party printer ink: three common worries debunked

Third-party printer ink: three common worries debunked

Branded ink from popular printer manufacturers is crazily expensive. Per millilitre, it’s more expensive than some of the most luxurious liquids, 32-year old Scotch whisky and champagne included.  However, despite...

Zoom review: improved security, but it fails in Which? call-quality tests

Zoom review: improved security, but it fails in Which? call-quality tests

Since lockdown started, video calling has become the norm to stay in touch with friends and family – whether it’s a virtual birthday party or a weekly ‘pub’ quiz. It’s...

Epson ReadyPrint Go vs HP Instant Ink: are these printer ink services worth it?

Epson ReadyPrint Go vs HP Instant Ink: are these printer ink services worth it?

In addition to Epson’s subscription-free printer ink service, ReadyPrint Go, it has just launched a new subscription model called ReadyPrint Flex. Epson claims that ReadyPrint Flex will save you up...

Apple iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone 11: which one should you buy?

Apple iPhone SE (2020) vs iPhone 11: which one should you buy?

The iPhone 11, the least expensive phone in Apple’s flagship 11 range, still costs an eye-watering £779. At £419, the newly-launched iPhone SE isn’t exactly budget-friendly either, but represents a...

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Birds Eye and Young’s fish fingers beaten by own brand in Which? taste test

Birds Eye and Young’s fish fingers beaten by own brand in Which? taste test

A panel of 60 people tasted 11 fish fingers from Birds Eye and Young’s, plus popular supermarket brands, including Aldi, Lidl, M&S and Tesco. They marked them for appearance, aroma,...

The hidden costs of printers: the model that could set you back over £1,000

The hidden costs of printers: the model that could set you back over £1,000

It's not hard to pick up a printer for a seemingly low price of £50 or less. But often it's not the upfront cost you need to worry about, as our recent round of printer testing has uncovered.

£900 separates cameras in Sony’s Alpha range, but will the entry-level model do?

£900 separates cameras in Sony’s Alpha range, but will the entry-level model do?

Three of the latest additions to Sony's APS-C mirrorless camera range have similar specs but very different price tags. We've put all of them through our lab tests to find out which, if any, are worth snapping up.

Seven ways to make your Christmas pudding the star of Christmas dinner

Seven ways to make your Christmas pudding the star of Christmas dinner

Our experts tasted more than eight kilos of Christmas pudding this year in order to find the best Christmas pudding. In just a few days you’ll be getting ready to...

On test: the Google Nest mesh router that’s £40 off this Black Friday

On test: the Google Nest mesh router that’s £40 off this Black Friday

Nest WiFi is Google’s latest launch in home wi-fi, offering the option of a router or mesh network,  plus additional points if you need to boost your wi-fi even further....

10 things you should never do with an electric heater

10 things you should never do with an electric heater

Winter is on its way in and it’s definitely getting colder, so you might have already dug out your electric heater from storage. But there are things to bear in...

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