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Dyson vs Roomba: Who wins the robot wars? – The Refresh

Welcome to The Refresh, a weekly series from TrustedReviews where we pick out the week’s highlights from the tech world. Check back every Friday.

This week’s top story

Dyson 360 Eye – Andy Vandervell (@AndyVan) discusses his review of Dyson’s all-new robot vacuum cleaner. How does the 360 eye compare against the market leading iRobot Roomba – and is it worth the £800 price tag?

Also on The Refresh

HP Spectre 13 – Michael Passingham (@MrPassingham) reviews the HP Spectre 13. Does this ostentatious and ridiculously thin-and-light laptop put form over function? Find out in Michael’s full review.

Mario at 35 – What’s the best Mario game? Alastair Stevenson (@MonkeyGuru) and Brett Phipps (@InverteBrett) go Head-to-Head to celebrate Mario’s 35th birthday.

No 16GB iPhone 7 – The WSJ has reported the upcoming entry-level iPhone 7 and 7 Plus phones will feature 32GB of storage, up from 16GB on the current iPhone 6S.

OnePlus 3 Price Hike – Following the UK decision to leave the European Union, OnePlus has announced its latest smartphone, the OnePlus 3, will cost £20 more in Blighty bringing the price up to £329.

Related: OnePlus 3 Review

Tune in next Friday for another episode of The Refresh with Tom Honeyands (@TheTechChap).

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