As poor air quality reaches national disaster levels and people finally become aware of the hazards of smog and air-borne particulates, we’ve seen a steady spate of air purifiers being launched. One such is the Kent ALPS Air Purifier. Packing a HEPA filter as well as an ionizer, the ALPS is a much more powerful model compared to what we’ve seen so far from Kent. We spent some time with it and here’s our review. Continue reading “Kent ALPS Air Purifier Review”
Hong Kong-based Infinix forayed into India back in August with Hot 4 Proand Note 4 smartphone. Last month it launched the Zero 5, a mid-range smartphone with a large 5.98-inch display, dual rear cameras and a 4350mAh battery for Rs. 17,999. Is the phone worth the price? Let us find out in the review. Continue reading “Infinix Zero 5 Review”
Soon after the launch of Honor 9i, Huawei’s online brand Honor launched theHonor 7X in the Indian market aimed at the mid-range segment. In fact, it is the successor of the Honor 6X that was launched in India earlier this Year. And the Honor 7X is the second smartphone from Honor portfolio with 18:9 aspect ratio display to launch in India. So how good is this device? Let’s check it out. Continue reading “Honor 7X Review”
After putting an end to the much celebrated Nexus brand, Google opened a fresh front in the smartphone market last year in form of ‘Pixel’. This game plan gave Google a full control over both software and hardware, elevating them to a next level when it comes to Android experience. With Pixel smartphones, Google directly started competing against Apple, be it pricing, quality or the experience. Soon after the launch of the first Pixel, the device met with a mixed response, particularly for its pricing. Continue reading “Google Pixel 2 Review”
Flipkart launched the Billion Capture+ smartphone under its new Billion brand this month, in an aim to take on Xiaomi, Tenor and others. Flipkart also said that the smartphone is ‘Made in India’ and it is ‘Made for India’. It has a solid on-paper specifications that includes 5.5-inch 1080p 2.5D curved glass screen, Snapdragon 625, dual 13-megapixel rear cameras and support for fast charging at a competitive price tag of Rs. 10,999. Is it worth the price? Let us find out in the review.
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Fitness bands are a dime and a dozen. With their growing popularity, the entire category has become commoditized to a degree. The Riversong Wave Fit is yet another fitness band that claims to have all the features you’d expect, accurate tracking and some smartwatch functionality at a price that shouldn’t pinch the pocket. Does it deliver on any or all of its promises? We find out in our review. Continue reading “Riversong Wave Fit Fitness Band Review”
Lately, the Chinese handset maker OnePlus has been in the headlines for pulling off some amazing stunts in the premium smartphone segment. However, this doesn’t end here, as the company, again, arguably, announced the upgrade of the current OnePlus 5 flagship in a gap of just five months. Dubbed as OnePlus 5T, it is a mid-cycle refresh after the OnePlus 5, offering an 18:9 aspect ratio display, improved camera, and of course the new advanced facial recognition technology. So, should you be pissed or excited about this upgrade? Let’s check it out. Continue reading “OnePlus 5T Review”
Micromax launched the Bharat-1, the company’s first 4G VoLTE feature phone to take on Reliance Jio’s JioPhone. Even though it was launched in partnership with State-owned telecom operator BSNL, the phone can be used on any network unlike the JioPhone. Is the phone worth the price? Let us find out in the review.
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RHA, the Scottish audio products manufacturer, recently introduced the MA 650. A neckband style wireless pair of earphones, the device is targeted at the increasingly necessary Bluetooth audio products market as the 3.5mm jack goes the way of the dodo. We’ve been testing out the MA 650 over the last few days and here’s what we think about it. Continue reading “RHA MA650 Wireless Earphones Review”
Xiaomi launched the Redmi Y1, a budget smartphone under the new ‘Redmi Y’ series in India earlier this month. This introduced in China recently as Redmi Note 5A. This comes after a successful Redmi 4 that was launched earlier this year. This also comes with a 16-megapixel front-facing camera that you rarely see in smartphones in the price range. Specifications of the phone look impressive for the price, is this one of the best in the price range? Let us find out in the review. Continue reading “Xiaomi Redmi Y1 Review”
Entry level earphones are a dime and a dozen. There has been a very distinct democratization of fairly high quality audio products. No longer do you have to suffer with terrible quality bundled in earphones even if you don’t have much of a budget. Enter the 1More Piston Fit. The earphones compete against popular options from the likes of JBL, Skullcandy and even Brainwavz, Xiaomi. What this means is that 1More simply can’t afford to release a mediocre product if they want to leave a mark. Follow along for our review of the 1More Piston Fit. Continue reading “1More Piston Fit Review”
Quite lately, Honor has been doing a good job in the Indian smartphone market. Huawei’s online brand has been churning some quality Value-For-Money (VFM) smartphones focused mainly on the mid-range segment. The recent one to hit the market is the Honor 9i, which was introduced as Maimang 6 in China and as Nova 2i in Malaysia. This device also comes equipped with dual camera setup on both front and rear to capture depth information. We have come up with the review of Honor 9i considering various factors. Now let’s get into it. Continue reading “Honor 9i Review”
The Mi Mix 2 sits a class apart in Xiaomi’s line up. Sure, there have been flagship grade phones like the Mi5 and Mi6 but the Mix is where we saw a degree of design innovation that was unprecedented. After years of being called out for aping Apple’s design ethos, Xiaomi finally had a device that wasn’t just all of its own but was breaking ground. While the original was relegated to China, the second generation hardware is spearheading the company’s entry into markets world over. Enter the Mi Mix 2. More refined, more powerful and yes, finally available in India. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 Review”
FiiO has been making audio products for close to a decade now. A while back, the company introduced their latest entry-level offerings i.e. the Fiio F1 and F3 to India. In a market where people often never upgrade from low-cost earbuds bundled in-box, the entry-level segment offers potential for disruption. The FiiO F3 priced at Rs. 1,849 aims to do just that. Continue reading “FiiO F3 Dynamic In-Ear Monitors Review”
10.or (pronounced Tenor) made its debut in India with the 10.or E smartphone in September, later in the month it launched the 10.or G with impressive on-paper specs – 5.5-inch 1080p screen, Snapdragon 626 and dual 13-megapixel rear cameras at a competitive price tag of Rs. 10,999. Did it live up to our expectations? Let us dive into the review to find out.
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