Mike Jennings has worked as a technology journalist for more than a decade and has been fascinated by computers since childhood, when he spent far too long building terrible websites. He loves desktop PCs, components, laptops and anything to do with the latest hardware.
Mike worked as a staff writer at PC Pro magazine in London for seven years, and during that time wrote for a variety of other tech titles, including Custom PC, Micro Mart and Computer Shopper. Since 2013, he’s been a freelance tech writer, and writes regularly for titles like Wired, TechRadar, Stuff, TechSpot, IT Pro, TrustedReviews and TechAdvisor. He still loves tech and covers everything from the latest business hardware and software to high-end gaming gear, and you’ll find him on plenty of sites writing reviews, features and guides on a vast range of topics.
Reviews A comprehensive look at the UI, software, security and business features to see which OS is top dog.
Reviews Nokia updates its Lumia range with an AMOLED display and slim-line design– but is it enough to tackle the Galaxy S4?
Reviews Updated: HTC unleashes its first 1080p smartphone. Can this revive the firm’s fortunes and fight off the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S4?
Reviews Samsung unleashes a high-end desktop replacement, but can the Series 7 Chronos topple the mighty MacBook Pro?
Reviews With a minute form factor and an unbeliveably low price, is this PC too good to be true?
Reviews Is this miniturised edition of the popular Android handset worth it for those on budget?
Reviews The Mac mini retains the same design, but Apple has included the Fusion Drive technology and beefed up the processors. Do these upgrades justify the £799 pricing?
Reviews Lenovo combines tablet and laptop for its first hybrid ThinkPad - does the Twist offer the best of both worlds for businesses?
Reviews Lenovo's updates its business Ultrabook with a handful of office-friendly features - but is it enough to convince you to part with over £1,000?
Reviews The first Android phone to pack a 2GHz chip courtesy of Intel hits the market, but can it challenge the popular Galaxy S3 handset?
Reviews This sub-£500 AMD powered SleekBook aims to offers users an alternative to the premium priced Intel-based Ultrabooks, but the 15.6in device can't quite match the performance.
Reviews A 10in hybrid Android tablet, which starts at £300. But can the 101 XS offer business users functionality?
Reviews Lenovo has squeezed the high-end Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quadro 600 graphics into a small-form-factor workstation. It makes for a powerful, but noisy machine.
Reviews With an Intel Ivy Bridge chipset, mobile broadband receiver and 500GB of storage, this sub-£800 Tecra is a useful all-round Windows 7 laptop.
Reviews Dell tries to provide enterprise users with an all-in-one business machine in the form of the Optiplex. Can the 23in device de-throne the popular iMac range?
Reviews Dell has kitted out its latest all terrain business laptop with Ivy Bridge chips and plenty of hard-wearing features, but it doesn't offer the level of customisation we're used to.
Reviews Toshiba sets out to prove business laptops don’t have to be expensive, with this £400 Satellite Pro. Mike Jennings takes a look at whether this 13.3in model is able to provide the performance to match the budget price.
Reviews This 17in workstation features an robust design, plenty of ports and can be configured to suit your business needs.
Reviews We take a look to see if the 7in sub-£200 Android tablet is capable of outperforming the all-conquering iPad.
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