REVIEW / Polaroid Infinite 7 Tablet: Very Cheap, But Your Money Will be Wasted- Tablets - 27/08/2015 16:42 August 27, 2015
Long-serving standard bearer for the instant photograph, Polaroid has branched out in recent years, moving into mobile accessories, first with unbranded goods and then under its own...
REVIEW / LG G4 Stylo: Stylus Yes, Performance No- Mobiles & Smartphones - 27/08/2015 10:16 August 27, 2015
The LG G4 Stylo is not simply a G4 with a stylus in the box. Far from it. The G4 Stylo has low resolution (1280 x 720 px) for a 5.7" IPS display, coming...
REVIEW / M4: the First Portable Speaker from Omaker- Portable Speakers - 26/08/2015 16:43 August 26, 2015
There's no doubt about it; the M4 portable speaker exudes rugged portability. Encased in gray coated plastic, with corners and edges reinforced with something...
REVIEW / Focal Sphear: a First Try That Didn't Completely Win Us Over- Headphones - 26/08/2015 10:09 August 26, 2015
For this first model, Focal has stated that it has completely reworked the traditional in-ear headphone design and started from scratch. And at first...
REVIEW / Panasonic Lumix FZ300: Fast, Efficient & 24x Constant f/2.8 Zoom Lens- Digital Cameras - 25/08/2015 10:04 August 25, 2015
25-600mm f/2.8 24x zoom lens, 12 Mpx 1/2.3" BSI CMOS sensor, 5-axis stabilization, tropicalization, new processor, DFD autofocus from the Lumix GH4, 4K video and photos, adjustable...
REVIEW / Gigabyte P35X v4: High-End Gaming Laptop- Laptops - 21/08/2015 10:04 August 21, 2015
Outwardly, nothing differentiates the Gigabyte P35X v4 from the P35 V2. We still appreciate its sober black aluminum finish that appeals to...
REVIEW / Xiaomi Mi 4i: Beautiful Screen and a Well-Made Body- Mobiles & Smartphones - 20/08/2015 10:25 August 20, 2015
The Mi 4i sports a 5-inch Full HD 1080p IPS screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 octa-core SoC (four 1.7 GHz cores plus four 1 GHz cores), 2 GB of RAM and an Adreno 405 GPU....
REVIEW / JBL Xtreme Portable Speaker: a Sound Explosion- Portable Speakers - 19/08/2015 16:55 August 19, 2015
We'd better get it out of the way now: the JBL Xtreme won't slip into your pocket like the Pitch. It weighs over 4.4 lbs (2 kg) and comes with a strap...
REVIEW / AKG N60 Noise-Canceling Headphones: The Zen Master- Headphones - 19/08/2015 11:22 August 19, 2015
The tone is set the second you unbox the N60: it comes in elegant matte and glossy packaging along with a carrying case and braided cables. It...
REVIEW / T'nB Adrenalin Full HD Wi-Fi: Standard Action Cam, Masses of Accessories- Action Cams / Camcorders - 18/08/2015 16:50 August 18, 2015
This little, rectangular camera, equipped with its waterproof case, looks like the majority of other action cams, e.g. GoPro, PNJ and Rollei models....
REVIEW / Panasonic Lumix GX8: More-Advanced, More-Powerful, Prettier & Faster- Digital Cameras - 18/08/2015 10:02 August 18, 2015
Panasonic wants to make a clear distinction between its two top-of-the-range premium hybrids: the Lumix GH4 is best for video, while the Lumix GX8 is best for still photography. To...
REVIEW / Philips BDM3275UP Monitor: UHD Heavy Artillery- LCD Monitors - 17/08/2015 09:54 August 17, 2015
32" Philips BDM3275 (left), 27" AOC Q2778VQE (right) Describing new Philips monitors is a real challenge, as the chassis always look the same: a black...
REVIEW / Minirig: The Portable Speaker in its Simplest Form- Portable Speakers - 15/08/2015 09:10 August 15, 2015
The Minirig's cylindrical form is surrounded by a thick anodized aluminum body. The speaker is protected by a heavy metal grill. This build protects it...
REVIEW / Pebble Time: It's a Time of Change- Smartwatch - 14/08/2015 16:24 August 14, 2015
The Pebble Time seems to follow the same formula as the first Pebbles; an ultra-accessible smartwatch, uber-simple operating system, the promise of long battery life and multi-OS (Android...
REVIEW / Motorola Moto 360: Stylishly Restrained- Smartwatch - 14/08/2015 10:21 August 14, 2015
For months after Android Wear was first announced, the Moto 360 was the star of the budding smartwatch scene, a must for anyone with an interest in Google's latest operating system. Its...
REVIEW / Motorola Moto G (3rd gen): The Natural Progression- Mobiles & Smartphones - 13/08/2015 16:29 August 13, 2015
Finally! At long last Motorola has abandoned the different variations on its Moto G and brought out a 4G-compatible smartphone from the get-go. It must be said that the competition...
REVIEW / Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7: Two Years Behind- Tablets - 13/08/2015 10:03 August 13, 2015
While the Galaxy Tab S directly rivals Apple's iPad, the Galaxy Tab A has a much more modest spec sheet, for a different type of customer. Available in 8" and 9.7", the Tab As are hoping...
REVIEW / JBL Flip 3: Sturdier, Longer-Lasting- Portable Speakers - 12/08/2015 16:15 August 12, 2015
The Flip 3 takes the same soda-can shape as the Flip and Flip 2, but adopts a more modern, more summer-y look. The metal grille from the earlier models...
REVIEW / Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art: For Landscapes and Photojournalism- Lenses - 11/08/2015 16:41 August 11, 2015
Design & Handling Just like the other lenses in Sigma's Art series, the new 24mm is dressed to impress. It's a beautiful object, a pleasure to behold, handle...
REVIEW / Fujifilm X-T10: This Mini X-T1 Risks it All for Picture Quality- Digital Cameras - 11/08/2015 10:09 August 11, 2015
16.3 Mpx X-Trans II APS-C sensor, EXR II processor, 77-point AF, central OLED viewfinder with 2,360,000-dot resolution, retro and angular design, Wi-Fi... No, we aren't talking about...
REVIEW / LG 65UF9500 UHD TV: LG's Top-Of-The-Range IPS Television- TVs - 10/08/2015 10:05 August 10, 2015
Unsurprisingly, then, we found an IPS panel in the 65UF9500, a technology that offers wider viewing angles than many others (PSA, UV²A, MVA)...
REVIEW / 2015 HP Pavilion x2: A Good Convertible Laptop-Tablet- Laptops - 09/08/2015 10:05 August 9, 2015
Despite its all-plastic chassis, the HP Pavilion x2 looks like it's good quality and well-made, with no apparent flaws. The pearly white plastic...
REVIEW / Denon Heos 1 Multiroom Speaker: Bluetooth & Rechargeable Battery Optional- Multiroom - 08/08/2015 14:06 August 8, 2015
The Heos 1 is compact and well-finished. On the top there are three physical...
REVIEW / LG G4c: A Cut-Price G4- Mobiles & Smartphones - 07/08/2015 16:35 August 7, 2015
This is nothing like a 5-inch version of the LG G4. The HD (1280 x 720 px) IPS display is gently curved, like the majority of the manufacturer's handsets this year. Inside, we...
REVIEW / Riva Turbo X: A Decent Portable Speaker for a First Attempt- Portable Speakers - 07/08/2015 10:03 August 7, 2015
Slightly reminiscent of the Braven BRV HD, the Riva Turbo X doesn't go in for subtleties. It has a chunky chassis made from shiny white plastic, with...
REVIEW / Meizu M2 Note: Lost in Translation?- Mobiles & Smartphones - 06/08/2015 16:43 August 6, 2015
The Meizu M2 Note sports a 5.5" Sharp IGZO display with 1080p resolution, a 1.3 GHz MediaTek MT6753 octa-core SoC, a Mali-T720 MP3 GPU, 2 GB of RAM, a 13 Mpx rear camera,...
REVIEW / Asus MeMO Pad 7 (2014): Worthy Descendant of the Nexus 7- Tablets - 06/08/2015 10:10 August 6, 2015
First presented at IFA 2014, the MeMO Pad 7 came and filled the gap left by the discontinued Nexus 7 tablet. But Asus is still at it and has returned with this polished, powerful...
REVIEW / Sony SRS-X33: Watch Those Decibels!- Portable Speakers - 05/08/2015 16:13 August 5, 2015
The SRS-X33 is a compact variant of the SRS-X3 that Sony presented in January. It boasts a small, boxy design that fits well in the hand. The buttons...
REVIEW / Beats Solo 2 Wireless: Bassy, But in Control- Headphones - 05/08/2015 10:04 August 5, 2015
The Solo 2 Wireless have exactly the same design as the standard Solo 2. They're all-plastic, but they feel like quality headphones in your...
REVIEW / Olympus Stylus 1s: Barely Different from its Predecessor- Digital Cameras - 04/08/2015 16:53 August 4, 2015
Design-wise, the Stylus 1s is almost identical to its predecessor: it's angular, with the same black casing and same narrow grip. The coating on the...
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