D-LINK 890L Tri Band AC3200 Router Review

If the size and color are an indication of how a device would performance, there is little doubt that the D-LINK 890L/R ought to be one of the most powerful based on the sheer size of the device and blazing fast with its bright shiny bright red color. D-Link has an history with odd looking shape design device if you can remember the Boxee Box design. I know that “Beauty […]

Huawei P8 Lite Review

Already available in Europe, the sleek and affordable Huawei P8 lite was announced in London on April 15, 2015 alongside its high-end sibling the Huawei P8. The P8 lite has now been officially introduced in the US market and we had the opportunity to get our hands on it early on, during a private briefing with Zhiqiang Xu, President, Huawei Device USA and Haito Cui, Executive Vice President Huawei Device […]

We Tried The Lenovo Magic View (Two-Screens Smartwatch)

At its TechWorld conference (Beijing, China), Lenovo has presented a smart watch concept that features two displays. One is the regular face display that we all know, the second (the square one which looks like a solar cell) is a small projector designed to provide a much more immersive image.

Microsoft HoloLens Review: My Experience

Since it was first revealed to a friendly group of reporters in January, HoloLens has enjoyed a great wave of positive comments, but depending on one’s own experience with Augmented Reality (AR), each person will have a different take on it. I always had a huge interest for things related to 3D real-time graphics. A long time ago, I started coding 3D as a hobby in the demoscene, before making […]


LG G4 Review: Hands-On

Probably to avoid the noise at MWC, LG decided to launch the LG G4, its new flagship a little later, and today, we are happy to finally get our hands on this highly anticipated device. Featuring a 5.5-inch Quad HD IPS display, a 16 MP front shooter and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, the LG G4 is expected to ship in Korea on May 29th. For the US market, LG […]

Samsung SSD 850 EVO Review (mSATA and M.2 500GB)

It did not take long for Samsung to release two new form factors of their EVO series, the mSATA and the M.2. While the mSATA version was expected, the M.2 was a pleasant surprise since that format is favored over the mSATA. There will be no new features nor ground breaking innovations, both drives are built with the same components as the 2.5in version but housed on a smaller PCB. What […]

Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet Review: Hands-On

Sony unveiled its awesomely elegant and uber-light Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet at MWC 2015, a device with great performance powered by the fastest Qualcomm processor (Snapdragon 810), featuring a stunning display and packaged in a sleek body that is 50 g lighter than the iPad Air 2, for the same thickness (6.1 mm). The Sony tablet got a lot of traction during MWC 2015, and for good reason. We played […]

HTC One M9 Review: Hands-on

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 new flagship product, HTC kept the same brushed aluminum back cover with two lines at the top and the bottom, the same BoomSound speaker grille […]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Review

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 design. Although they share a common hardware platform, they feel different enough to have their own identities. The Galaxy S6 provides a straight […]

LG Watch Urbane LTE Hands-On Review

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 payment, the South Korean manufacturer had to develop its own operating system, branded LG Wearable Platform and based on WebOS. During the […]

Huawei Mate 7 Review

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 scrambling to ramp up production to meet demand (2M sold thus far). As of last week, Huawei employees in China kept being asked […]

HTC Re Review: Designed For Humans

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 feet, this is HTC’s GoPro, but in reality these products are designed for different use cases. The HTC Re’s design is more “human” and fit […]

Samsung T1 SSD Review: Portable Storage Redefined

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 compete in terms of storage capacity. On paper, the Samsung SSD T1 fits the bill completely, providing not only raw performance and compactness, but also […]

Sony XPERIA Z3/Z3v Review

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 available for mobiles (Sony has more than 50% worldwide sensor market share). In addition to these core characteristics, Sony claims to have a two day battery life, and of […]