02/05/2014, In this Samsung Galaxy Round Review, we will tell you if a curved design adds significantly to the user experience or not. Since it is a new form-factor, imagining how it affects the real-world experience is not easy. We tried this one for you.
01/15/2014, Shortly before the first Galaxy Camera came out, we knew that Android cameras were going to land and stay. As cameras get smarter, the complexity of the software stack also becomes too hard to develop for camera makers (which are definitely NOT software-centric folks). Samsung is the company that has the best Android Camera offering today, and with the Galaxy NX, it just took the whole sector to the next […]
12/12/2013, I started to take notice of Samsung as a laptop manufacturer when the company created its Series 9 brand of laptops that were designed to be ultra-thin and yet powerful at the same time. Although the naming has changed to ATIV Book 9 Plus last June, the goal has remained the same, and I was curious to see how Samsung’s top of the line mobile computer would fare in a […]
10/24/2013, We saw the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 for the first time at IFA in Berlin when it was unveiled alongside the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Now the device is available this month for 299.99 from all four carriers, and we spent some real-world usage time with a retail unit from Sprint. Samsung has come a long way since the release of the original Galaxy Note 1 in 2011. Then, most […]
08/30/2013, Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Review | The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 has a number of pros and cons when compared to the Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. On one hand, it isn’t as powerful, its display isn’t as nice and its speakers offer an overall tinny audio experience. On the other hand...
08/27/2013, Starting back in 2011, Samsung decided it would enter the tablet market with its Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was a great Android tablet at the time. Then, Samsung upped its tablet game by coming out with the Galaxy Tab 2, which was slightly thicker, although it also was lighter than its predecessor and offered improved internal specs. Now, Samsung is introducing the next step in its popular tablet series, the […]
07/12/2013, Samsung Galaxy Mega 5.8 Review | this article looks at critical aspects of the Galaxy Mega 5.3 usage model to help you decide if it is your best option
06/05/2013, Galaxy Mega 6.3 Review | Samsung designed the Galaxy Mega 6.3 to provide a tablet experience in a smartphone form-factor, and this review covers the critical aspects of this phone.
04/23/2013, Galaxy S4 Review | This review provides a great overview of how it feels to use the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the real world and includes performance analysis, camera samples and plenty of photos
04/11/2013, Samsung Galaxy Mega Preview | we got our hands on this yet to be released Samsung Galaxy Mega 6.3, so here are our first impressions
03/25/2013, Just like set top boxes, which are dedicated devices for streaming video content, the Chromebook is a dedicated web browsing appliance. It is an inexpensive piece of hardware, running on a free Operating System, with free software and updates (OS, firmware and drivers), troubleshooting free, anti-virus and anti-malware proof and you cannot “mess it up”, even if you wanted to. Now, assuming, somehow, it was “broken”, it could be restored […]
02/18/2013, The Samsung Series 9 2012 (aka NP900) is presented by Samsung as a laptop line that “pushes the envelope”, and the company has certainly up the ante by introducing a new design that is 20% thinner and more robust than the original Series 9 laptop (the 900X, which I owned and use one for about 12 months). The changes are quite obvious from the outside: this year’s model has directly accessible […]
02/14/2013, This Samsung ATIV S Review looks at nearly all aspects of this smartphone, including its design, photography, performance and battery life.