Chris is Consumer Tech Editor at PC Advisor covering news, reviews, features, opinion and video content. Chris can be found writing about almost anything to do with technology but he focuses on mobile, particularly smartphones and tablets. Far from a fanboy, Chris likes getting the best of both worlds by using various operating systems including, but not limited to, Android, iOS and Windows 8.
When Chris isn't up to the eyeballs in kit, he likes to carve up the slopes on his skis followed by a nice pint of ale. He's also a keen gamer, musician, sportsman and Tottenham Hotspur supporter.
Articles by Chris Martin
Nintendo Wii U review
Nintendo got the whole family into gaming with its simple and fun console, the Wii. See what we make of the highly anticipated follow-up in our…
Google has apologised to users on Google+ for its stock shortages and shipping problems of the Nexus 4 smartphone
Three has started selling Google's popular Nexus 4 smartphone.
Nexus 10 video review
The Nexus 10 is a 10in Android tablet designed in a landscape orientation. It has a Gorilla Glass 2 front and plastic casing and is comfortable to…
Best smartphones of 2012
After twelve months full of smartphone launches we've put together a list of the top 10 of 2012.
Google has launched Google Maps for iPhone after the many failing of Apple's own mapping system.
EE, the UK's only 4G network, has announced it will bring 4G LTE mobile broadband to 17 towns and cities by March 2013.
Google has confirmed it will add magazines to the UK Play Store later today.
Olive Media will launch its Olive One HD music streamer next year through crowdfunding platform IndieGoGo.
HTC announces One SV smartphone
HTC has unveiled its One SV, a mid-range Android smartphone with support for 4G mobile broadband.
Comments by Chris Martin
FYI I've never owned a PlayStation
I see your point but the Nexus 5 and LG G3 are two examples of thin phones with wireless charging built-in
Thanks, appreciate it :)
A good point, I will add that info in.
Can't see any reason why not. You don't have to hook a freeview box up to a TV if you don't want - a monitor is just a dumb TV really.
Updated with links for all but Nintndo now. Enjoy
The article says 'late May' which is what Acer said. So about now!
There are 2 keyboards. One with a HDD and one without.
I took a picture of it in my hand so I think it happened. The spec sheet I have says 585g for the tablet and 1.2kg for the keyboard with a hard drive.