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Jonathan Bray

Head of reviews at Expert Reviews, Jon has been testing and writing about products since before most of you were born (well, only if you were born after 1996). In that time he’s tested and reviewed hundreds of laptops, PCs, smartphones, vacuum cleaners, coffee machines, doorbells, cameras and more.

He’s worked on websites since the early days of tech, writing game reviews for AOL and hardware reviews for PC Pro, Computer Buyer and other print publications. He’s also had work published in Trusted Reviews, Computing Which? and The Observer. And yet, even after so many years in the industry, there’s still nothing more he loves than getting to grips with a new product and putting it through its paces.

Recent articles by Jonathan Bray

Nest Cam IQ: The security camera with facial recognition
Security cameras

Incredibly clever technology and embarrassingly easy to use, but the subscription prices are too high

£299 inc VAT
Asus BRT-AC828 review
Asus BRT-AC828 review: A great router for small businesses
Home office Wireless routers

Superb long- and short-range performance and a selection of useful features for small businesses

£400 inc VAT
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DrayTek Vigor 2860AC review: A feature-packed router
Home office Wireless routers

Configurable and stuffed with features perfect for businesses, but not the best Wi-Fi range or speed

£248 inc VAT
LG SJ9 review: Atmos without the atmos

Disappointing sound quality and connectivity – not the best buy in soundbars

£649 inc VAT
Honor 8 Pro: Does everything right and is affordable
Mobile phones

If you’re in search of a big-screened smartphone, the Honor 8 Pro is quite simply one of the best money can buy

£475 inc VAT
Sony RX0: A quirky, compact video camera
Action cameras Video cameras

It looks like one, but it isn’t really an action camera; in fact, Sony’s RX0 is in a world of its own

£780 inc VAT
Xbox One X review: Microsoft's 4K console is a beast

A great console, but it's expensive – the Xbox One X has heaps of potential

£450 inc VAT
HTC U11 Plus: HTC reappears, in a post-Google reality
Mobile phones

HTC squeezes a bit more into the U11 Plus but raises the price

£699 inc VAT
Lenovo ThinkPad X280 and X380: Lenovo has two new X laptops

Coffee Lake chips, Windows Hello support and rapid charging are highlights for new ThinkPad X

Gaggia Babila review: A superb bean-to-cup coffee machine
Coffee machines

A big, expensive bruiser of a bean-to-cup coffee machine, but it makes a damned fine cup of coffee

£1350 inc VAT