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PS Vita Slim Review

05/19/2014, Sony is no stranger to the handheld gaming market as they have been offering such devices since 2004 with the PlayStation Portable. Whether or not the PSP was successful is certainly debatable, but Sony decided to move onto a more powerful handheld gaming...

Sony RX10 Review

05/16/2014, The Sony RX10 is a cousin of the much smaller RX100 II, which was quite popular due to its size/performance ratio. Both cameras share common traits like the 1” sensor, but the RX10 has the benefit of getting the latest hardware from Sony, namely the...

Samsung Galaxy Light Review

05/14/2014, With the Galaxy Light, Samsung is proving that it can scale its smartphone design and production costs. After hitting home runs with the Galaxy S III, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Note 3, Samsung is bringing some of its most noticeable aesthetics and features...

Galaxy S4 Mini Review

05/09/2014, Samsung has had quite the run with its Galaxy S4 as the company has released numerous iterations of the device that range from simply offering a new color for the phone, to new devices, such as the Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy S4 Mini. We took a look at...

Lenovo ThinkPad 8 Review

05/05/2014, It’s never easy to change the status quo. For the most part, modern tablets are used for content consumption, not content creation. With traditional notebook and desktop PC sales declining year over year, Microsoft and its hardware partners have...

Dell UP3214Q Review (UltraSharp 32 4K Monitor)

04/22/2014, After being available to tablets and smartphone for a while, high DPI displays have made their way to laptops, and now to desktop computers. As you can imagine, producing a large display panel with this kind of pixel density is difficult, but as always,...

Galaxy S5 Review

04/17/2014, One of the most anticipated smartphone of 2014 has landed. Announced at MWC 2014, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is now available in retail and scores of people have already upgraded. If you are reading this, it means that you are still sitting on the fence and...

Amazon Fire TV Review

04/09/2014, Amazon has just released a highway to its video and music services with a TV box  the Amazon Fire TV, a relatively powerful device that can stream HD video, run (some) Android apps and even rnu high-end Android games. Amazon’s arrival into this scene...

HTC One M8 Review

04/08/2014, With the introduction of the HTC One M8, HTC upgrades its flagship offering and offers a new version of its most famous phone to date. And since the original version (M7) had such a staunch -if not fanatical- following, the company has decided to double...

Intel 730 SSD Review (480GB)

04/07/2014, The latest Intel SSD, the 730 series brings enterprise class hardware to the consumer market. Intel made some tweaks to its Data Center SSD, the DC S3500 and re branded it as the 730 series. Unlike the DC S3500 line, which offers 9 SSDs, sizing from 80 up...

Nokia Icon Review

03/31/2014, The Nokia Icon is a new step in Nokia’s Industrial design, and a new push in terms of high-performance on the Windows Phone platform. As Nokia continues to dominate the Windows Phone landscape, the fight with Android and iPhone handsets remains...

LG G Pro 2 Review

03/04/2014, At Mobile World Congress, LG was demonstrating  the G Pro 2, its latest large-display smartphone (aka “phablet”) that represent its tip of the spear for this category for some time, possibly until the next G Flex comes out. The LG G Pro 2 builds on...

ZTE Nubia 5 Review

02/18/2014, In the U.S., there are several very well-known companies manufacturing popular smartphones on a regular basis. Companies like Samsung, LG and Apple are synonymous with mobile as their devices have gained in popularity over the years. ZTE is a company not...

LG G Flex Review

02/14/2014, Late 2013 was certainly interesting as handset manufacturers started to utilize the inherent flexibility of OLED display technology. By nature, OLED is made of a plastic, so it much more prone to be flexible than LCD technology which requires a flat glass...