04/18/2012, When Razer announced the Tiamat 7.1 surround sound headset equipped with 10 drivers (speakers), a good chunk of the gaming community got very excited by the prospect of being able to play with surround sound without making the neighbors go beserk. However, a delay in the manufacturing had users wonder if the Tiamat 7.1 headset would finally see the light of day. Well, one of them has landed in our […]
04/13/2012, By Introducing the Lumia 900, Nokia is effectively bringing a larger, 4G LTE, version of their Lumia 800 to the market. It has just about all the qualities of its predecessor, but the larger size changes the user experience slightly, and the battery life seems to be better out of the box. The Nokia Lumia 900 builds on the new industrial introduced by the Nokia N9 which uses a single […]
04/02/2012, PS Vita Review - The PS Vita is a excellent mobile gaming machine, not because its hardware is very fast, not because it has a great screen, but because it can provide a gaming experience that no other device on the market can.
03/19/2012, iPad 3 Review | The New Ipad is here and it features improvements that were much anticipated, namely a very high resolution display, a much better camera and support for 4G LTE.
02/24/2012, Sony has refreshed its Vaio S line of laptops, and the overall goal was to build a powerful computer that was also as portable as possible. It it most definitely a very hard goal, and it is fair to say that Sony took a very good shot at it. We have tried the Sony Vaio S in its 15” version, which we think is a great form factor for a […]
02/20/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note introduces a new class of handset which features a huge 5.3” display. Internally, we call this a “fablet”, but the Galaxy Note has truly been designed as a handet. As such it is pocketable (yes, even in jeans pants), can make calls and pretty much acts like a big Galaxy S2 – we think that this is a parallel that is the easy way to think […]
02/06/2012, Intel has just announced its Intel SSD 520 Series based on a 25nm manufacturing process, and this new series targets the high-end enthusiast market. As it stands, this is the absolute best that Intel has to offer in the non-Enterprise space. We had the opportunity to take test one for a ride, so we put it thought its paces with a few synthetic benchmarks like HD Tune Pro and PCMark […]
01/27/2012, The Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx has been introduced to address the single most important issue that prospect 4G LTE users are facing: battery life. Of course, this is not a new challenge, and the original RAZR 4G LTE Android smartphone already had software features that made it battery-efficient. The most important of them is Smart Actions, a set of automated rules that can automatically turn the cellular broadband OFF whenever […]
01/24/2012, This Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920 Review goes over all important aspects of this webcam, including image quality and hardware compression
01/19/2012, The Acer Aspire S3 looks very nice in the product photos, and it is often associated with Ultrabooks because this type of design, which is inspired from the Macbook Air, has been used by many PC manufacturers in their recent designs. I like the new look very much, and I have been pretty bullish about Ultrabooks, at least much more than I ever was about Netbooks. Although Ultrabooks often share […]
01/04/2012, In this Nokia Lumia 710 review we will go over the pro and cons of the Nokia Lumia 710 Windows Phone for the T-Mobile network
12/22/2011, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is one of the most anticipated Android smartphone of 2011. It is eagerly awaited by customers because it is a beautiful handset equipped with a new generation of 4.65″ 720p Super-AMOLED display, but more importantly, it is the first smartphone with Google’s latest operating system, Android 4.0 codenamed Ice Cream Sandwich. Interestingly, beyond the display, the specifications are not that impressive, and if anything, the good […]
12/16/2011, When the Motorola Xoom was launched with Honeycomb, I was slightly disappointed by its hardware design and the below average quality of the display. Consequently, I was happily surprised when I saw the Motorola Droid Xyboard 10.1 for the first time, the chassis design is sleek and elegant and the IPS display offers high contrast and great color accuracy. The Droid Xyboard 10.1, known as Xoom 2 outside of the […]
12/16/2011, The Motorola Droid Xyboard 8.2 finally lands in the US, after being released in Europe last month as the Motorola Zoom 2 Media Edition. We don’t know why the name is different, but the hardware is almost identical. I say almost because this version is powered by Verizon’s 4G LTE network, which has no equivalent in Europe. Beyond its mobile broadband capabilities, Motorola pitches this device as being “tough”, praising […]