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Combining great gaming audio and chat with a fully customisable look and feel, the Astro A40 TR headset and MixAmp Pro sounds great and looks even better.
Deja vu? Microsoft's 2015 update of this crazy-cheap basic phone slightly refreshes its budget best-seller.
There's no need to hold back from buying this cheap, simple Nokia 215, which does exactly what it promises.
If you like the idea of a Qi charger that informs you of alerts, the costlier Nokia Wireless Charging Plate is one-of-a-kind, though I'd save my money for an even smarter second attempt.
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The iPad-lookalike Nokia N1 appears on the MWC show floor and it's a beaut -- but we'll likely never see one outside of China, the only country where it's currently sold.
Although the Lumia 735 doesn't have the best camera, it's colourful, curvy and comfortable, has a good display and an affordable price -- all of which go a long way to making up for it.
A great example of a Windows-based smartphone and a killer option for what it costs, although there's still not quite enough going on with Windows Phone to pull people away from Android or iOS.
Since specs are decidedly basic, its low price is the major reason to seek out the Nokia Lumia 530.
The $50 Bluetooth-connected accessory makes a case for expanding your cell phone experience, but this writer has her doubts.