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Andrew Unsworth

When he isn’t pretending to be Carl Cox or J-Rocc on his wheels, Andrew can be found sorting out his wife’s IT problems, screaming profanity when people ring him during Game of Thrones and worrying about getting old. He writes reviews about all manner of computing products for Expert Reviews and Computer Shopper, and is expanding the Car Tech section in his spare moments.

Recent articles by Andrew Unsworth

iPhone 5C colours
iOS 10.3.2 update stops support for iPhone 5C
Mobile phones

Now discontinued, Apple ditches iPhone 5C software support with recent 10.3.2 iOS update

£469 inc VAT
Asus RT-N66U
Asus RT-N66U Dual Band Wireless-N900 Gigabit Router review
Home office Wireless routers

A great router, especially if you want to network a USB printer

£97 inc VAT
Asus Z97-A 3/4s
Asus Z97-A USB3.1 review – speed testing USB 3.1

A good value Z97-based board with a great automatic overclocking feature, and the addition of USB 3.1 is brilliant for the money

£135 inc VAT
Cherry MW 2100

Pretty, compact mouse, but its wireless range isn't the best

£10 inc VAT
Transcend ESD400K review

A compact and good-value SSD, but we’re disappointed with its small-file transfer speeds

£206 inc VAT
Devolo dLAN 1200+ Starter Kit review
Powerline networking

Super-fast powerline networking adaptors, but we’d prefer three Ethernet ports

£120 inc VAT
Asus X99-A review

The X99-A is a great value board with plenty of features to keep enthusiasts happy

£194 inc VAT
TOMTOM Start 60 review
Sat nav

The Start 60 is a colourful and helpful satnav system, but it has a slow, jerky interface

£140 inc VAT
Mazda 3 Fastback review
Car accessories & equipment

The Mazda 3 Fastback looks gorgeous and is packed full of desirable features as standard, but we prefer the Hatchback

£17295 inc VAT, on the road
Renault Megane RS 265 review
Car accessories & equipment

The Megane RS 265 is a terrific hot-hatch let down slightly by typical Megane annoyances