Category: REVIEWS

ZTE Blade A2 Plus: A budget smartphone with good battery backup; horrible camera

ZTE Blade A2 Plus: A budget smartphone with good battery backup; horrible camera

ZTE is a Chinese multinational that makes telecom equipment and software to run the hardware and smartphones. They have been trying to make it big in the Indian market trying to duplicate the success of Xiaomi, OnePlus and even Vivo to some extent. The company had launched Nubia Z11 and N1 last year in December for Indian customers and we […]

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Brainwavz M3 earphones review: Excellent earphones for the discerning listener

Brainwavz M3 earphones review: Excellent earphones for the discerning listener

Brainwavz has been around for more than 5 years and over time we’ve come to appreciate and like the sound, the package and the overall feel of Brainwavz products. In the past, we’ve reviewed Brainwavz’s S3 in-ear monitors, BLU-200 Bluetooth earphones, Xfit XF-200 budget earphones. This time around we got their older established M3 earphones for review. Please note, these […]

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iMac with Retina 5K display review

iMac with Retina 5K display review

Apple’s best desktop yet is an expensive luxury – but it might just be worth it OUR VERDICT The Retina iMac really is a sight to behold, and works beautifully. It’ll cost you, but it looks like something special for the money. FOR Truly amazing screen Does high-end editing smoothly Still a very small footprint AGAINST Only 8GB of RAM […]

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OnePlus Bullets V2 review: A decent set of earphones that could do with better ear tips

OnePlus Bullets V2 review: A decent set of earphones that could do with better ear tips

OnePlus is an established name in India. The smartphone maker’s devices have always offered incredible value in their price brackets, as have the accessories. As with the company’s other devices, notably the OnePlus 3, the OnePlus claims that the Bullets V2 earphones offer the same combination of value and price. Let’s put these claims to the test. Image Source:: theverge Disregarding […]

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Acer Swift 7 Full Review

Acer Swift 7 Full Review

REVIEW These days, it’s not enough for a laptop to be superslim; it also has to be stylish and still deliver enough power to get the job done. The $1,099 Acer Swift 7 answers the call on most fronts. At a mere 0.39 inches thick, it’s one of the thinnest systems available, and the premium black-and-gold design is a sight […]

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LG V20 review: Feature rich smartphone, but can’t beat most flagships in the market

LG V20 review: Feature rich smartphone, but can’t beat most flagships in the market

LG is slowly losing its mark in the smartphone market. Not only did the G5 have poor sales, their budget range is no match for its Chinese rivals. Even the Nexus branding was axed by Google this year, something with which LG did well in the past years. Last month it launched the V20 smartphone for the Indian market, which […]

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Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events Is a Delightful and Zany Journey

Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events Is a Delightful and Zany Journey

Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events, a new family thriller based on a series of books, is very particular about how it is intended to be seen by its audiences: a chilling adventure full of terrible events that befall the three Baudelaire children, which viewers should avoid at all costs. It’s fitting that the opening song, delivered by Neil […]

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Amkette EvoTV 2 4K Review

Amkette EvoTV 2 4K Review

It’s been almost five years since Amkette launched its first Android set-top box, the EvoTV. A year later, Amkette launched the EvoTV XL, which packed in more RAM. In 2014, the company launched the EvoTV MC and last year, it launched the EvoTV 2. The fifth generation of of the box – called Amkette EvoTV 2 4K – launched last […]

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HTC U Ultra, HTC U Play First Impressions: Adding AI to the Specifications War

HTC U Ultra, HTC U Play First Impressions: Adding AI to the Specifications War

HTC has unveiled two new smartphones – HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play – powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI). The new launch also marks the debut of the new HTC U series, with the HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play as the first devices. The new HTC U series smartphones are premium offerings that appear to be positioned […]

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Dell XPS Tower Special Edition 8910 SE review

Dell XPS Tower Special Edition 8910 SE review

Despite what it may seem from our reviews, not everyone is buying tricked-out gaming PCs. That sort of power is overkill for most people, and often, gaming desktops are just medium-sized towers with a Core i5 and a mid-range graphics card. Desktops not unlike Dell’s redesigned XPS Tower SE. In our case, it’s the XPS 8910 SE — Special Edition […]

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Hands-on with BlackBerry’s ‘Mercury’ phone | Review

Hands-on with BlackBerry’s ‘Mercury’ phone | Review

BlackBerry’s 2017 ‘Mercury’ phone is being manufactured by TCL and is set to be sold in North America and Europe initially. It launches at Mobile World Congress in February BlackBerry is the new BlackBerry. Last year TCL, the parent company of Alcatel, took over the licence to produce BlackBerry-branded handsets after the company ditched its hardware division. TCL says it […]

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Lenovo Yoga Book review: It’s an expensive, eye-catching indulgence, but nothing more

Lenovo Yoga Book review: It’s an expensive, eye-catching indulgence, but nothing more

Where do I even start with the Lenovo Yoga Book? It’s hard to describe a device that doesn’t adhere to any conventions or standards. The device is powered by a low-power Intel Atom chip, it’s slimmer and lighter than any laptop, it comes with a stylus, has no usable ports, offers great battery life and a keyboard unlike any other. Do […]

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FROG FRACTIONS 2 REVIEW

FROG FRACTIONS 2 REVIEW

your first time playing Frog Fractions is the kind of experience that’s impossibly hard to duplicate, especially if you’re trying to do it with a game called Frog Fractions 2. The original Frog Fractions seemed to come out of nowhere — the game itself, as well as the many things it did. It’s shrouded in comments like “just play it” […]

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Lenovo K6 Note: An underpowered smartphone that tries to compete with much better rivals

Lenovo K6 Note: An underpowered smartphone that tries to compete with much better rivals

Lenovo has been working overtime at releasing smartphones with new models from multiple series being launched in a mere gap of months. The company had previously launched the Lenovo K6 Power in the last week of November, before launching K6 Note. Lenovo Vibe K5 was launched back in August after the company launched Lenovo Zuk Z2 Plus. The company wants to […]

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samsung galaxy j7 prime Review

samsung galaxy j7 prime Review

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime is considered as the defining flagship of all its mid-run 2016 smartphones. The Galaxy J-series has supposedly gotten a hold of an extensive number in the market in light of the shipment of Galaxy J2, Galaxy J3, Galaxy J5, and Galaxy J7 handsets in the second quarter of 2016. As per Gadgets NDTV, Samsung exploited the […]

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Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime Review

Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime Review

Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime Review: When Budget Meets Quality; Smartphone Brings Competition With Powerful Battery, Processor, Camera Samsung has another impressive smartphone being kept in the sidelines — the Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime. According to the Samsung website, the specifications of the Galaxy J7 Prime are the following: Display: 5 inch HD 1280x720p Super AMOLED display, 294ppi OS: Android Marshmallow CPU: 1.4 GHz quad-core Storage: 2GB +16GB with 256 GB Expandable […]

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Samsung Introduces Stylish, Powerful and Practical Galaxy A (2017) with Enhanced Camera

Samsung Introduces Stylish, Powerful and Practical Galaxy A (2017) with Enhanced Camera

Samsung Electronics today announced the latest Galaxy A series, including the 5.7-inch A7, 5.2-inch A5 and 4.7-inch A3 smartphones, with refinements that deliver a beautiful design, powerful performance and ultimate convenience. “At Samsung, we are always trying to ensure our customers have the most advanced products on the market,” said DJ Koh, President of Mobile Communications Business, Samsung Electronics. “The […]

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Microsoft Surface Book

Microsoft Surface Book

Here’s something you don’t see every day–Microsoft making a laptop. Sure, they’ve made the OS that powers most personal computers since the beginning, but they’ve left hardware to their partners. Of course, this isn’t so different from Microsoft making a tablet that could also be your computer–Surface Pro. But it is different. Powerful Windows tablets are wonderful products, but they’re […]

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Samsung Focus Turns Your Phone into a Productivity Powerhouse

Samsung Focus Turns Your Phone into a Productivity Powerhouse

Samsung Focus, an all-in-one productivity app, helps business users focus on what matters most. The productivity solution accomplishes this by providing quick access to email (available with multiple accounts), calendar, memo, contacts from a single app via a tabbed interface. Each tab can exchange information to make creating, prioritizing and completing tasks more efficient. For example, users can quickly create […]

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App Review: FX File Explorer, a great productivity app with modern interface

App Review: FX File Explorer, a great productivity app with modern interface

Part of utilising your Android flagship device requires you to take control of the files stored on your smartphone. Over a period of last three years (the amount of time since I started using an Android-based smartphone as my primary device), I have meddled with a lot of file manager apps. Even though Android now comes with an inbuilt file manager […]

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