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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

Apple iOS 10
Apple iOS 10: iPhone 7's software will look very different
Mobile phones

With some significant changes and the ability to delete Apple Apps, iOS 10 is a big upgrade from iOS 9

HP Elitebook Folio 2016
HP EliteBook Folio (2016) - A genuine MacBook contender
Ultraportable laptops

Slimmer than ever the new Elitebook Folio is our pick of the upcoming Windows ultraportables

Kobo Arc
Kobo Arc review

A competitively priced eBook reader tablet that rivals the Nexus 7 for flexibility

£159 inc VAT
Nook HD
Barnes & Noble Nook HD review
Laptops Tablets

A sumptuous screen, but a disappointing range of apps

£159 inc VAT
Amazon Kindle Fire
Amazon Kindle Fire review
Laptops Tablets

Some limitations, but the Kindle Fire offers a lot for not much money

£129 inc VAT
Gemini Devices JoyTAB! 9.7
Gemini Devices JoyTAB! 9.7" Tablet PC review
Laptops Tablets

For gaming and movies this is a bargain, although it isn't without its problems

£177 inc VAT
Acer Iconia Tab A110
Acer Iconia Tab A110 review

Not a bad tablet, but also not as good or as cheap as its rivals, with a particularly disappointing screen

Microsoft Surface
Microsoft Surface RT review
Laptops Tablets

A beautifully-made and fantastically flexible tablet which is great for working on the move, but it's not without its problems

£399 inc VAT
Amazon Kindle Fire HD
Amazon Kindle Fire HD review
Laptops Tablets

A good value tablet with an excellent screen, HDMI output and LoveFilm support - but the Amazon interface is sluggish and inflexible

£159 inc VAT
LifeSort storage
LifeSort review

A clunky and awkward way of keeping your files in sync. Don't dump Dropbox just yet