Samsung Gear Fit 2 Review

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Samsung launched the Gear Fit2 with Curved Super AMOLED screen last year in India. This fitness tracker has a standalone music player that lets you transfer music between the tracker and your smartphone with the Samsung Gear application. Also, it can automatically tracks 15 different fitness activities such as walking, squatting, yoga, treadmill and more. So, does it fill the right boxes? Let’s take an in-depth look at the device in this review. Continue reading “Samsung Gear Fit 2 Review”

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Review

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Last year’s Redmi Note 3 turned out to be one of the most popular smartphones in the sub Rs. 15,000 segment and deservedly so. Between good specifications and even better pricing, the phone received praises from the critics and customers both. So when Xiaomi sent over the Redmi Note 4 over review, we were obviously very excited. Having spent the last few weeks with the phone, here’s what we think of the Redmi Note 4. Continue reading “Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Review”

Lenovo Yoga Book Review: A Beautiful Concept

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Working in the technology industry, we often get a chance to try out bleeding edge tech. While a lot of this tends to be centred around smartphones, traditional PCs too have seen the benefits. From the near bezel-less Dell XPS series to the Touch Bar equipped Macbook Pro and now the Yoga Book which gets rid of a traditional keyboard for a layout that is both extraordinary to look at and surprisingly functional too. Continue reading “Lenovo Yoga Book Review: A Beautiful Concept”

Astrum WS100 Smart Scale Review


Fitness trackers are already making it easier to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Another device that could double up with your fitness tracker to help you reach your fitness goals is a smart scale. In addition to weight, smart scales offers other health stats like BMI, body fat to heart rate and more. It lets you plot your progress on your smartphone and even link with your fitness band for a deep health monitoring. We have got our hands one such smart scale- Astrum WS100 Smart Scale that is priced at Rs. 4490. Let’s take a look at the hardware and features of the smart scale in detail in this review.

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Xolo Era 2X Review

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Xolo has always been a bit slow to adopt the latest specifications, opting for a more refined and well-rounded experience. The company recently launched their first smartphone equipped with a fingerprint scanner. Admittedly, very late to the market, we spent some time with the device to see if it packs enough to  still be a viable competitor. Continue reading “Xolo Era 2X Review”

Reos Iota Lite Bluetooth Smart LED Bulb Review

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As technology works to revolutionize and upgrade every facet of life, it is just the basic utilities like fans and lighting systems that have been relatively left behind. Sure, Philips has spearheaded this category with their Hue series of lights and lamps but the cost attached to embracing the format has made it out of the reach for a lot of prospective buyers especially in India. Cube26, a Bangalore based startup has been involved in the IOT sphere for some time now and recently introduced the next generation of its smart LED bulbs. We decided to take them for a spin and see how well they work out. Continue reading “Reos Iota Lite Bluetooth Smart LED Bulb Review”

Lenovo K6 Note Review


Lenovo wrapped up its 2016 with the launch of its mid-ranger K6 Note smartphone in the Indian market. In fact, this is the first smartphone under K-series to be available through offline channels. While its predecessor (K5 Note) is indeed a big hit in the market, this new K6 Note is ought to carry some responsibility to live up to its expectations. Continue reading “Lenovo K6 Note Review”

Coolpad Cool 1 Dual Review


The Coolpad Cool 1 Dual was born soon after LeEco’s Jia Yueting took as Chairman. A phone that combines the best of LeEco and Coolpad’s technical capabilities and retains the essence of what makes each company distinctly unique, we’ve been testing out the handset over the last couple of days. Here’s our review of the Coolpad Cool 1 where we explore what we liked and disliked about the device.  Continue reading “Coolpad Cool 1 Dual Review”

Coolpad Mega 3 Review


They say that necessity is the mother of invention and true to that, Dual SIM smartphones were born out of the needs of business users, users who travelled a lot and those who often faced signal issues with specific networks. The uptake has been slow but today, a vast majority of phones across categories ship with Dual SIM support. You could say that it is a prerequisite for budget smartphones in India. With the advent of new telecom players like Jio though, those users are now in a dilemma of which SIM card to replace with a Jio SIM. Jokes apart, that certainly seems to be the thought behind the Coolpad Mega 3 as the company recently launched its first Triple SIM device in India. We’ve been using the device for a couple of days now and here’s what we think of it. Continue reading “Coolpad Mega 3 Review”

Creative Sound Blaster Roar 2 Bluetooth Speaker Review


Creative launched its Sound Blaster Roar 2 speaker in the Indian market back in May for Rs. 16,999. Similar to its predecessor, this speaker also comes with 5 speaker driver, passive bass radiators, and an integrated voice recorder. Continue reading “Creative Sound Blaster Roar 2 Bluetooth Speaker Review”

Sony MDR-XB50BS Bluetooth Earphones Review


Sony, the pioneers of personal audio, have always had a fairly diverse portfolio of audio products that cater to all kinds of users. From the high-end headphones to basic budget models and everything between, Sony has also invested heavily into wireless audio products. The new MDR-XB50BS are the latest wireless earphones from the company and they represent a fantastic value for activity minded users. We’ve spent some time with the product and here’s what we thought. Continue reading “Sony MDR-XB50BS Bluetooth Earphones Review”

OnePlus 3T Review : Good Gets Better


Alongside Xiaomi, if there’s one other smartphone startup that has really caught the public eye, it has to be OnePlus. Spearheaded by the young and affable Carl Pei, the company has delivered a series of mostly hit products that aim to deliver on their promise of never having to settle. Sure, it isn’t the hardest thing in the world to create a top notch product but to do this with a certain degree of refinement and more importantly, at half the the price of the competition, takes a lot more effort. Merely months after the launch of the OnePlus 3, the company has introduced it’s next device. A somewhat iterative update on the OnePlus 3, the OnePlus 3T kicks things up a notch. Here’s what we thought about it. Continue reading “OnePlus 3T Review : Good Gets Better”