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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!

ZTE Axon 7 mini: Hands-On

09/01/2016, ZTE has just released another Axon phone to extend the coverage of its lineup. The ZTE Axon 7 mini is a 5.2-inch screen Android phone that will complement the Axon 7 that was released earlier this year. The idea behind the Axon line is to offer...

Moto Z Play Review: Big in Features, Small In Price

08/31/2016, Motorola/Lenovo has just launched a new Moto Z phone called Moto Z Play. At the moment, we unit we have is a Verizon “Moto Z Play Droid”– but expect to find a GSM unlocked (and unsubsidized) version. The Moto Z Play has been designed to provide a...

Samsung Gear S3: Hands-On Review

08/31/2016, A year after the launch of the Samsung Gear S2, we were expecting a Samsung Gear S3 to show up, and it did appear like clockwork. The thing is, the Samsung Gear S3 is not going to replace its predecessor, but to supplement it. Both products will continue...

Cloud Sites Hosting Review

08/27/2016, This review based on production experience goes into the Cloud Sites details, its pro/cons and how to use it to maximize the value to the webmaster

Huawei P9 Review

08/18/2016, The Huawei P9 is the tip of the spear of the Huawei smartphone lineup. Designed with the latest technologies that Huawei can field to the market, the P9 has a thin and light design, an innovative dual-camera setup in the back and a fast Kirin 950 chip...

Galaxy Note 7 Review

08/02/2016, The Galaxy Note 7 is Samsung’s high-end mobile phone for the “large display” (5.7″) category, with a hint of “business” positioning. It even includes an eye-scanner and private folders for extra-convenient security....

Lenovo PHAB 2 Pro: World’s First Google Tango Phone

06/09/2016, It’s been two years since Google launched Project Tango, a technology which combines both hardware and software to give handsets and tablets a visual and spatial awareness which they didn’t have until now. The development phase is over, and the Lenovo...

Gear Fit2 Review: Hands-On

06/03/2016, With Gear Fit2, Samsung is releasing a follow-up product that largely improves upon its predecessor and aims to compete fiercely with high profile products from Microsoft and Fitbit. The Gear Fit2 refines the user experience with a much better design,...

HTC VIVE Review

04/22/2016, Virtual Reality is now getting billions of dollars in funding, and things are moving fast. The HTC VIVE is one of the two main options that PC users have, the other being the Oculus Rift. We have used the HTC VIVE for two weeks, tried dozens of VR apps,...

HP Spectre X360 15 Review (2016)

04/13/2016, Pitched by HP as a (literally) flexible computer with an “exquisite craftsmanship”, we were curious to see how the HP X360 15.6” felt like in the real world and if it could live up to the legend. We took it for a spin at Mobile world Congress –...

Samsung SSD T3 Review

03/22/2016, Following its external T1 SSD drive last year, Samsung is back with a T3 SSD USB 3.1 drive that targets the same market, with some improvements. This new drive can put up to 2TB of storage in about 2.75 cubic inches. I’ll go over the design, some...

Samsung Galaxy S7 Review

02/21/2016, What a difference a year makes. Samsung has revealed its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge phone and you’re in for a treat. Building on its experience, Samsung has refined the industrial design of the Galaxy S line to offer what many of its customers were...

LG G5 Review

02/21/2016, With this 2016 iteration of their G-Series line of product, LG has taken a somewhat unexpected and refreshing step. LG wants to make things much easier, and more interesting for users. They want to bring back this marvel that was pervasive during the...

Huawei Mate 8 Review

02/17/2016, Announced during CES 2016, the Huawei Mate 8 is Huawei’s “power-user” smartphone, designed to last longer and to perform well in most common use cases, including productivity, web browsing, video, and photography. As such, it comes with an...