Another day, another new smartphone. The Lenovo K6 Power is the latest to join the hyper competitive sub Rs. 10,000 market. A market that is dominated by the likes of Xiaomi, Coolpad, Micromax and more. The Lenovo K6 Power is then aimed to take the competition head on. Power packed with specifications and a competitive price point, the phone seems to have what it takes to make a mark for itself. We’ve spent a couple of days with the handset and here’s what we think of the Lenovo K6 Power. Continue reading “Lenovo K6 Power Review”
BlackBerry launched DTEK50 in India last month for Rs. 21990. It is the second Android smartphone from the company after the Priv. BlackBerry recently announced that it will stop in-house smartphone development and will outsource it to partners. The DTEK50 is also not made by BlackBerry. It is a rebranded Alcatel Idol 4 that was introduced at the MWC earlier this year. Along with almost stock Android experience, BlackBerry had added a lot of security features. Is the smartphone worth the price? Let us find out. Continue reading “BlackBerry DTEK50 Review”
Western Digital or WD as it is commonly called is a house hold name when it comes to storage products. From the old full size external hard drives, cloud connected drives to the present day 2.5″ Passport sized drives, the company has a product for everyone. With the colorful new My Passport refresh, WD seems to be aiming at a more youthful demographic. Read on for the review where we’ll talk about both the design element as well as the drive performance. Continue reading “WD My Passport 3TB (2016) Review”
Following straight in the steps of the Xiaomi Mi Max, it is now the turn of yet another gigantic phone cum tablet to launch in India. Announced a couple of months back, the Zenfone 3 Ultra is now available in the country and we’re been using it for a few days now. Is this the perfect phone that doubles up as a tablet or really just a small tablet with a phone component inside? Read on our review of the Zenfone 3 Ultra to find out. Continue reading “Asus Zenfone 3 Ultra Review”
Lenovo launched the PHAB 2 Plus in the PHAB series in India earlier this month exclusively on Amazon.in earlier this month for Rs. 14,999. This is the successor of the PHAB Plus that was launched last year. The PHAB 2 Plus gains dual cameras, more RAM, slightly bigger battery and also improves audio, but is the phablet worth the price? Let us find out in the review. Continue reading “Lenovo PHAB 2 Plus Review”
Blaupunkt, German manufacturer of consumer electronics and popularly known for it’s car audio products in India, recently got into the business of mobile peripherals. We’ve been testing out of some of their stuff to see if they live up to what you expect from the marquee brand. Here’s our review of the Blaupunkt Bl04BGB1 Dual Output USB car charger. Continue reading “Blaupunkt Bl04BGB1 Dual Output USB Charger Review”
Car chargers are a dime and a dozen and we usually don’t pay too much attention to them. Lately however we’ve come across a couple of very intriguing products that we’ll be talking about in upcoming reviews. One such device is the Belkin Road Rockstar car charger. Launched in India a while back, it brings a very unique feature that in our opinion helps it stand apart. Read on for our review of the Belkin Road Rockstar. Continue reading “Belkin Road Rockstar Car Charger Review”
The times they are a changing and so are user preferences. As the vast number of Chinese entrants condition users to larger sizes and a whole host of features and/or gimmicks usually reserved for much higher end models, established entities like Sony and Samsung face an uphill battle to make a case for their offerings. As we saw in our review of the Sony KD-55X9300D, the industry leaders are bringing out the big guns to show why they might still be the better choice. Continue reading “Sony KD-65Z9D 4K HDR TV Review”
Nowadays, we are witnessing a solid growth in headphones segment with the implementation of various technologies. One of the major territories that needs more focus is the so-called Noise cancellation. While the general perception prevailed that no one can get it better than Bose, the Japan-based Sony has literally crushed it with MDR-1000X headphone.
The collective effort of the Sony engineers results in MDR-1000X, which the company claims to be the most advanced headphones with what so-called as “High Res audio”. This latest noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones retails in India at a price of Rs. 30,990. Let’s take a closer look at the Sony’s best headphone till date. Continue reading “Sony MDR-1000X noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones review”
The LG V series is to the G series what the Galaxy Note series is to the Galaxy S series. However instead of being more of an upgrade or an updated version of the G series, the V series phones have an entirely different personality to themselves. The V10 in fact was without a doubt, one of the best smartphones of 2015. It borrowed many of the specifications and features from the G4 but it fixed almost everything that was wrong with the G4 and then bundled some more unique features into a fresh design. The V10 till this day remains one of the best smartphones on the market and the only real issue that people faced was being able to buy one.
Wearables in the form of fitness bands and smartwatches are dime and a dozen. On one hand we’ve seen fitness brands get into the industry while smartphone and consumer electronics makers have tried to create devices that resemble traditional watches. Now, we’re seeing watchmakers like Fossil getting onboard the bandwagon to create smartwatches that look like the real deal but run Android Wear onboard. Here’s our review of the Fossil Q Marshal Smartwatch. Continue reading “Fossil Q Marshal Smartwatch Review”
Samsung launched the Galaxy On Nxt with similar specifications as the Galaxy J7 Prime in India last month exclusively on Flipkart for Rs. 18,490. It has a full metal unibody design, has 32GB of on-board storage and is powered by Exynos 7 Octa 7870 14nm processor. Specifications look good on paper, is the smartphone worth the price? Let us find out in the review.
Following the launch of Galaxy On5 and Galaxy On7, the South Korean giant Samsung launched its successor dubbed as Galaxy On8 at a price of Rs. 15,900 in Black and Gold colors exclusively on Flipkart. This mid-ranger comes packed with 5.5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display, Octa-core Exynos 7580 processor, 3GB RAM, 13MP/5MP camera package.
At a price of Rs. 15,900, is the Galaxy On8 worth buying? Let’s check out. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy On8 review”
Active noise cancellation is a technique to cancel out ambient noise by producing white noise that as the name suggests, cuts out the external noise source. Creative has long been a stalwart in the audio industry and is well known for their PC audio hardware, earphones and more. Suffice it to say that audio products come naturally to Creative. So we were quite excited to check out the Creative Aurvana ANC headphones that promise to provide active noise cancellation in an over the head form-factor at a very attractive price point. Here’s our review where we talk more about what we think about the headset. Continue reading “Creative Aurvana ANC Headphones Review”