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Barry de la Rosa

Barry de la Rosa has written various articles on a range of topics covering everything from TVs to mobile phones.

Recent articles by Barry de la Rosa

Roccat Kone
Roccat Kone + review

It has tons of buttons, is comfortable to hold and accurate, but it's expensive.

£61 inc VAT
LG 47LM760T 47in LED TV
LG 47LM760T 47in LED TV review

Its panel needs tweaking to get the best from it, but its internet services are great, it has brilliant 3d performance and its design is top-notch

£1599 inc VAT
Samsung PS51E8000
Samsung PS51E8000 review

Its image quality and motion smoothing could be better, but it's packed full of great online services and smart features

£1700 inc VAT
Panasonic Viera TX-L47ET5B
Panasonic Viera TX-L47ET5B review

You need to tweak settings to get the best out of its panel, but the TX-L47ET5B has excellent 3D and media streaming

£1099 inc VAT
Samsung UE46ES7000
Samsung UE46ES7000 review

Great image quality and smart features, but you might be paying for features you'll never use

£1700 inc VAT
LG Prada 3.0 review
Mobile phones

A slim, light and stylish Android 2.3 handset with distinctive styling and an attractive customised operating system, but battery life is poor and there's no Android 4.0 yet

£350 inc VAT
Panasonic Viera TX-P42ST50B
Panasonic Viera TX-P42ST50B review

Excellent image quality from the moment you turn it on; the Viera TX-P42ST50B is a true Best Buy

£849 inc VAT
Motorola Defy Mini XT320
Motorola Defy Mini XT320 review
Mobile phones

The lack of Android 4.0 is a shame, but the front-facing camera, LED flash and long battery life are more than you'd get on other budget handsets, and the Mini's rugged build is also a bonus

£155 inc VAT
AOC D2357Ph
AOC D2357Ph review
PC monitors

Its passive 3D capabilities aren't as good as 120Hz screens and cheaper IPS panels have better image quality

£204 inc VAT
HTC One S review
Mobile phones

A slim and light handset with an excellent camera, a fast chip and Android 4.0, but HTC's software can be annoying, there's no memory card slot and the faster One X doesn't cost much more

£413 inc VAT