After Shots X5 and Shots X3 Bass true wireless headphones, Noise, popular for its audio accessories launched TuneElite, the company’s new Neckband wireless headphones this week. It is affordable, promises up to 10 hours of playback and the design looks trendy. After using it for about a week, here is the review of the Bluetooth headset. Continue reading “Noise TuneElite Review”
Imagine the speed at which technology has evolved if in the last hundred years, we have gone from silent B/W films shot on celluloid to audio-rich 4K HDR videos shot on smartphones. Even if the camera and the computer had their own distinctly separate evolutionary paths, in the recent years, they have started to merge in very interesting ways. 2019 marks the second year of “computational photography” as the computer and the camera come together once again, on the Huawei P30 Pro, to push the limits beyond what’s possible on smartphones. In our extensive time with the latest camera flagship from Huawei, it is clear that in very key areas of photography, the P30 Pro has taken a visible leap forward in smartphone camera technology. But is that good enough to persuade the professional into buying the Huawei P30 Pro? Is it just for the photographers or is it for everyone? This is our review.
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When it comes to flagships, the most important devices for a company as well as the market, we all know Samsung is an important if not one of the most important players in the industry.
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Last year ASUSTOR announced a NAS device — AS4002T first consumer NAS that integrate 10gb Ethernet with an RJ45 connector. The AS4002T is one of the world’s first NAS containing a Marvell Armada Cortex-A72 64-bit dual-core processor. When compared with previous generation devices, it offers three and a half times more computing power as well. Continue reading “ASUSTOR AS4002T NAS Review”
In the ever changing Indian smartphone market, the South Korean tech giant Samsung learnt its lesson, recouped itself, and here they are with some amazing smartphones (Galaxy M series, Galaxy A series) posing a direct threat to the likes of Xiaomi, Realme, Vivo, HONOR and OPPO. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy A50 Review: An appreciable effort that needs some polishing”
After launching three smartphones in the ‘S Series’ in 2015, Samsung has been launching only two ‘S Series’ flagships starting with the Galaxy S7 in 2016, but this year the company launched the Galaxy S10e along with the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+. Usually the cheaper version of the flagship phones have downgraded specifications. Even though the Galaxy S10e has a smaller FHD+ screen, capacitive fingerprint scanner and a smaller battery, it retains the powerful SoC, wireless charging along with Wireless PowerShare. Is this the best compact flagship smartphone? Let us dive into the review to find out.
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India is a big country, with a big spectrum of consumers buying smartphones. You can find almost every price category being contested upon by a large number of companies, big and small. While the 10-15K segment garners most attention, the lower end 5K segment is seeing a quiet but important upgrade. The Redmi Go (4,500₹) is for the first time smartphone buyer who is coming from a mostly-offline world. For them, every 500 Rs. matters indeed, as Xiaomi representatives emphasised at the launch event.
I’ve been using the Redmi Go for a while now to understand whether it is worth recommending to the first time buyer. This is my review.
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Such high performance in such a small form factor that sometimes you wonder, wasn’t this only a dream not too long ago? The amount of computing power we carry with us has increased manifold and at the same time we are operating in a distributed computing environment. In this age of smartphones, laptops and iPads and kindles, storage has become portable beyond belief. In 1991, 1000$ got you a 20MB flash SSD that could be used inside computers for mission critical applications, today for half the price you can get a tiny futuristic slab of storage that will meet and augment all your high performance needs. The Seagate Lacie Portable SSD is for the pros who keep moving. Let’s find out why.
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A fantastic camera for all conditions, class leading gaming performance, super fast charging and of course, amazing value for money. The Realme 3 Pro reminded me a lot of the OnePlus. Then I realized, of course it did… it’s brand OPPO and R&D that’s behind not only OnePlus, but Realme as well. All three companies share their resources, like fast charging, OS features, hardware expertise like camera algorithms etc between themselves. This made me think – At a starting price of Rs. 13,999, could Realme’s Pro series be OnePlus for the masses?
With this inquiry to begin with, I’ll proceed to answer the most important question in part 1 of this review – Should you buy the Realme 3 Pro? Read on to find out.
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Right after the tech giants like Samsung and Apple, it’s OPPO who comes up with something new in this saturated mobile market by giving it a breath of fresh air. One cannot deny the fact that the Guandong-based company has been relentlessly asserting the significance of new technology and innovation. Continue reading “OPPO F11 Pro Review: Bold attempt with very few flaws”
For 2019, Samsung went all out and launched 3 new flagship devices — S10, S10e and the S10+. The S10+ is the most impressive device from the line up, and we check out in this Galaxy S10 Plus review if the new Samsung flagship is worth your money.
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You might have already seen this powerbank I’d taken a look at, from this company called TAGG. Like I said in that article, there is a big market for smartphone accessories and when it comes to portable bluetooth speakers in fact they would probably be the biggest segment. TAGG is a company that operates in this market. While it is rally hard for me to distinguish between a good BT speaker and a great one, it is certainly easy to find out if it’s bad. So, on that basis, let’s examine the TAGG Flex, a relatively tiny portable BT speaker with mic and some really good amount of sound. Whether it is of good quality, what all it has as features, how has it performed in the time that I had with the device. Is it good? Should you buy one? That’s what we are going to talk about, in this review.
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5 months have gone by since I started using the iPhone XR and time with it has convinced me that this is, by far, the best smartphone experience I’ve ever had and am not even exaggerating. Coming from a world of infinite choice, it was quite interesting to have a completely different view of the Apple ecosystem. Because, in 2019, systemic changes in the infrastructure surrounding a smartphone have made me realize why the long held tenets of trust and user experience matter now more than ever. What has changed in these 5 months is also the price. NOW is the right time to buy the Apple iPhone XR and here’s my long term review to tell you why I think so.
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Xiaomi introduced Pro version of Redmi Note for the first time in India last year along with Redmi Note 5, but Redmi Note 5 was not a significant upgrade from Redmi Note 4 and hence Redmi Note 5 Pro became a preferred choice amongst consumers. The company didn’t even bother to launch Redmi Note 6, instead, it launched Redmi Note 6 Pro without launching regular Redmi Note 6 back in November. Continue reading “Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Review: Note-worthy comeback!”
Ever since the inception of mobile phones, gaming has always been an integral part of it. Be it Nokia 1100 or the recently launched ASUS ROG phone. While the term ‘Mobile Gaming’ wasn’t taken very seriously a few years back, titles like Angry Birds, Clash of Clans, and the currently trending PUBG have changed things drastically. Continue reading “ASUS ROG Phone Review: Gamer’s delight despite a few caveats”