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Acer TravelMate P259-MG-71UU Review

Acer TravelMate P259-MG-71UU Review

The Acer TravelMate P259-MG-71UU is a delightful all round performer that can serve very well for either business or leisure, whichever you feel like getting caught up in. Charmingly, it can additionally play most recent games as well as the vast majority of the older ones. Powerful, effective and somewhat cheap, it ...

Origin PC Evo15-S Review

Origin PC Evo15-S Review

For hard-core gamers, Origin and it’s usually excellent products clearly needs no introduction. And any attempt by yours truly to do so would be plain fatal! For those lucky few of you who got a magnificently capable Origin PC Evo15 gaming laptop under the Christmas tree, kindly accept my hearty congratulations mixed ...

HP Stream 14 Review

HP Stream 14 Review

The HP Stream 14 is an entry-level, budget-speced and budget-priced computing device from the rather extensive and innovative stables of HP. With striking looks, cheapness, and just average performance, it can be your idea of a good bargain, or an unrelenting nightmare depending on your expectations. Find out why on ...

Samsung Galaxy A3 2017 Review

Samsung Galaxy A3 2017 Review

Well, it's a brand new year of new possibilities, resolutions, and adventures. And oh yes, also radical new tech devices we ostensibly won't be able to live without, and that grandiosely promise to revolutionize the world as we know it. At least according to those glossy press releases and ads I never seem to get ...

OLALA 7500mAh Slide Power Bank Review

OLALA 7500mAh Slide Power Bank Review

There are several situations where you need a power bank even more than water. If you ever felt thirsty, you might be able to find some water in a couple of minutes or few hours at the most. But, once your smartphone went thirsty and needed some battery juice to continue running, it is not that easy to give it some ...

OLALA 64GB iPhone Flash Drive Review

OLALA 64GB iPhone Flash Drive Review

iPhones are coming with various storages. However, there may be some situations where you need additional storage for your favorite files and multimedia. In this kind of situations, Apple will not let you insert an SD card like you do on handy Android devices. You have to connect it to any other devices in order to ...

Lenovo Yoga 910 Review

Lenovo Yoga 910 Review

Might well be time saying goodbye to the traditional laptop and start planning its nostalgic funeral. With the relentless match of technology coupled with fickle user preferences, it's overdue for a replacement, or at the very least a total revolution in all its constituent parameters. Lenovo, like a few other device ...

Beats Powerbeats 3 Review

Beats Powerbeats 3 Review

The Beats Powerbeats 3 is essentially a Powerbeats 2 with heavier makeup and much sexier underwear, and you set squarely in its sight. It's astoundingly good at what it does, but so are its rivals and they happen to cost much less. If you were expecting a thorough overhaul of the still immensely capable Powerbeats ...

Acer Liquid Jade Primo Review

Acer Liquid Jade Primo Review

Windows anyone? If you ever get tired of Android and don’t feel up to a taste of iOS, there is still Windows. Yes, it’s still relatively undeveloped. Yet it still has relatively few apps compared to its counterparts. And yes it still feels rather like a perpetually unfinished painting. Still, there are lots to love ...

LeEco Le S3 Review

LeEco Le S3 Review

Little known outside of the Chinese and Asian region, LeEco is on a determined quest to change all that, and fast too. It's smartphones invariably come cheap, but cram in specs found only in devices that cost twice as much.  It additionally has another good thing going for it in a rather excellent design team that ...

pCloud Review

pCloud Review

Cloud Storage became very common these days. For keeping the files safe or to secure them from accidental deletion and corruption, keeping the files in Cloud accounts is one of the best solutions. But even if it is said to be a secure solution, there are still some security threats faced by the companies. So, if you ...

Nomu S10 4G Review

Nomu S10 4G Review

Nomu S10 is a tough smartphone from all angles. With its exceptionally hard body built with several layers of tough materials, the smartphone can easily overcome disturbances in our daily usage. You could put it in a bowl of water, pour some sand over it, or can even throw it at your own risk. The smartphone will ...

Oppo F1s Review

Oppo F1s Review

Good news! These days it really is possible to get excellent smartphones with equally excellent specs without having to sell off your liver or your eyeballs. And no it definitely is not because Santa has lately been handing out phones like candy as a reward to you and all other presumably well-behaved people. Praise ...

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Review

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Review

Look out folks, here comes the big, bad Pro! The Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is for Augmented Reality junkies who can't wait to escape this boring world and its equally boring people for one where impossible really means nothing and the available possibilities are totally seamlessly limitless. The first mobile device to come ...

Sony Xperia X Compact Review

Sony Xperia X Compact Review

In this era of near billboard-huge phablets, it is still pretty disconcerting to see 'small' and skinny devices wandering around and posing glamorously in store front windows. Which shows just how fast and far we have become used to and addicted to bigger and the biggest screen real estate. Don't know about you, but ...

Apple AirPod Review

Apple AirPod Review

The new Apple AirPod is frighteningly capable, outstandingly futuristic and outlandishly pricey. Back in September this year -feels more like a century and half ago!- Apple announced a new connected grand vision of us going totally free from pesky wiring starting now and soon after. Free at last! To make the point ...

Jaybird X3 Review

Jaybird X3 Review

The Jaybird X3 is a considerable improvement over its predecessors and is near good enough to join the elite products churned out by top rivals aimed at the sporty/enthusiast crowd. With the Jaybird X3 the manufacturer shows it has taken to heart -and brain- user complaints, whispers, and head-shakings over the ...

Bose QC 30 Review

Bose QC 30 Review

The Bose Quiet Control 30 is quite a marvel of engineering, sturdy as a Spartan warrior and pricey as a Dubai penthouse apartment to boot, with enough prominent features to keep us drooling helplessly all day long. Bose who? Bose has always been rather synonymous with everything and anything premium, and as always ...

Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Review

Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Review

Budget laptops for business oriented users and students have been built over the years by various companies, but not to the standards that would make the users buy it over and over again if they had the opportunity. All that is changing, however, as companies like Lenovo have begun thinking outside the box, and has ...

Acer Predator 15 Review

Acer Predator 15 Review

Just when we thought Dell had sealed the deal with its Alienware 13, Acer crept back into our minds with the laptop version of their high-end Predator G1 gaming PC. They called it the “Acer Predator 15”. A tad larger than the Alienware 13 in both size and weight and lacks the Alienware’s superb OLED screen, the ...

Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Review

Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Review

The Logitech MX Anywhere 2 was created for those who despise -and deservedly so- touchpads with all their inaccuracy, inefficiency, and frustration galore. A remake of the original MX Anywhere, it's absolutely fab in action and a triple Olympic gold medalist at what it does. Not a fan of touchpads on computing ...

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