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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!

Samsung Galaxy S3 Review

06/20/2012, Samsung Galaxy S3 Review | It is fair to say that the Galaxy S3 is an excellent smartphone. While it is not the revolution that Samsung fans were waiting for, the S3 deserves its spot in the Android Hall of Fame

Retina Macbook Pro Review (15″, Model 2010)

06/17/2012, This detailed Retina Macbook Pro Review (15") goes over the strengths and weaknesses of Apple's latest high-end laptop and covers usage for both Max OS X and Windows.

Sony NEX-F3 Review

06/12/2012, With the release of the Sony NEX-F3 camera, Sony Electronics is basically refreshing its entry-level compact and interchangeable camera offering. The overall goal of the release is to offer the latest software updates in terms of effects and image...

HTC EVO 4G LTE Review

05/31/2012, With the introduction of the HTC EVO 4G LTE, Sprint effectively gets its own “HTC One” phone, renamed into one of the successful “EVO” Franchise that made history for Sprint. The EVO 4G LTE does look like its HTC One X cousin for...

HTC One X Review (Quad-Core)

05/15/2012, With the introduction of the HTC One Series in February, HTC has vowed to come back to the top by focusing on less designs, and better user experience. The HTC One X is right there at the top of the line-up and the international (unlocked) version that we...

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review

05/13/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is 1mm thicker and 14 grams / 0.49 oz lighter than its predecessor the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 that was introduced last year during Google I/O. The 10-inch Tab second generation features a more elegant design with a nice...

Dell XPS 13 Review

05/10/2012, With the introduction of the Dell XPS 13, Dell manages to come up with an impressive, extremely compact 13” laptop that is just slightly bigger than the Macbook Air 11. Sold at around the same price than the latter, it clearly outperforms its Apple...

Asus Transformer Pad Review (TF300)

04/23/2012, With the Transformer Pad TF300, Asus has set the goal to take the user experience of the award-winning Transformer Prime to the masses. Of course, this is easier said than done, and it is not easy to reduce the pricing to $399, while keeping the user...

Razer Tiamat 7.1 Review

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....

Nokia Lumia 900 Review

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...

PS Vita Review

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.

iPad 3 Review

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.

Sony Vaio S Review

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...

Samsung Galaxy Note Review

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...