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Product reviews that are genuinely useful to you! You can find tons of reviews on the web, and some of them do a fine job, but at Ubergizmo we really do our best at showing you the important aspects of a product while cutting back on the “fat” which is made of needless descriptions of dwelling into details that have no real consequence. Read our latest reviews and tell us what you think!

HTC One M9 Review: Hands-on

03/02/2015, The highly rumored (and leaked) HTC One M9 was unveiled yesterday at MWC and we were in the room for Peter Chou’s presentation on stage. The HTC One M9 looks very similar than its predecessor the One M8, in a slightly more compact package. For its...

Samsung Galaxy S6 Review

03/01/2015, The Samsung Galaxy S6 is the most anticipated Android Smartphone of the past few months and after a huge flow of rumors, leaks and teasers, we finally had our hands on not one, but two designs since the Galaxy S6 comes with a secondary Galaxy S6 Edge...

LG Watch Urbane LTE Hands-On Review

03/01/2015, LG announced its brand new gorgeous LG Watch Urbane LTE a few days ago and today we had the opportunity to get our hands on it. Unlike its sibling the LG Watch Urbane, this model does not run Android Wear, in fact, to enable LTE connectivity and NFC...

Huawei Mate 7 Review

02/17/2015, Marketed as a great phone with an excellent battery life, at an affordable price (a recurring Huawei theme), the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 ($600) is one of the most desirable phone in China right now, and has been out of stock for some time, while Huawei is...

HTC Re Review: Designed For Humans

01/24/2015, When HTC launched the Re Camera, it was an agreeable surprise from the phone company. Re is a small companion camera that is designed to be waterproof (IP57 standard) and used by either holding it, or attaching it to a mounting accessory. Seen from 10,000...

Samsung T1 SSD Review: Portable Storage Redefined

01/21/2015, Launched at CES 2015, Samsung new T1 Portable SSD has been designed to create a “new category” of flash storage, somewhere between a USB key, with which it shares a very compact size and light weight, and a regular portable drive with which it can...

Sony XPERIA Z3/Z3v Review

01/20/2015, Marketed with “Demand Great” by Sony, the XPERIA Z3 is a high-end phone that has a lot of attributes that are attractive: a thin metal and glass design, an IP65/68 ruggedness rating (water and dustproof), along with Sony’s best camera sensor...

Hands-On: DEVIALET Phantom Review

01/06/2015, In December, ultra-high-end brand DEVIALET decided to announce Phantom, a very powerful, yet ultra-compact speaker that brings ultra-premium quality sound at a price that consumers can reach. Roughly speaking, we are talking about sound quality that would...

LG G Flex 2 Review

01/05/2015, LG is coming full force to CES 2015 with the release of its amazing LG G Flex 2, the first smartphone officially announced to come with the latest Qualcomm SoC, that features the Snapdragon 810 2 GHz octa-core 64-bit processor, optimized for Android 5.0...

Acer C720P Review

12/24/2014, The latest Chromebook to be put under the Ubergizmo review microscope is the Asus C720p. How does it stack up against the competition? Read this review to find out!

Samsung SSD 850 EVO 250GB Review

12/15/2014, I consider myself as a mainstream user. My computer needs do not require the latest and the fastest at a premium price. After the release of the 850 PRO line which I reviewed last July, I was eager to see what Samsung would come up with the 850 EVO line...

Sonos PLAYBAR Review

12/11/2014, With the prices of large-screen TVs plummeting, there has been a spike in flat TV purchases, and data show that televisions are getting ever bigger. However, many new HDTV owners realize that the sound quality of TV speakers is often not on par with the...

Eyelock Myris Review

12/10/2014, Given the rate at which emails and passwords are being stolen or leaked, it is fair to say that Internet security is a problem that concerns every web user. The truth is that the login+password pair is not the greatest way to secure access to your...

Nexus 9 Review

12/08/2014, Like its Nexus phones, Google picks one hardware company to design its Nexus tablets. The Nexus 7 was built by Asus and the Nexus 10 was made by Samsung. This time around, the honors went to HTC to craft the Nexus 9. Neither a 7-inch or a 10-inch tablet,...