ASUS Transformer Pad TF103C review: a speedy budget tablet with a few sacrifices

When it comes to ASUS, buying a full-size Android tablet has usually meant venturing past the $300 mark; even the Transformer Book T100 set you back $349 when it first came out, and that was considered a steal. That’s no longer a problem in 2014….
Read the full review at Engadget

Posted in Engadget, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

LG G Watch review

The LG G Watch is one of the first Android Wear devices, and the most affordable at the time of writing, making it the first step in a the brave new world of Google's Android platform. Following in the footsteps of the Sony Smartwatch, various Samsung…
Read the full review at Pocket-lint

Posted in Pocket-lint, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom review

Samsung makes plenty of quality electronics products and we've been taken by many of its smartphones and cameras over the years. Now it's condensed much of that expertise into one phone-camera (or should that camera-phone?): the Galaxy K Zoom. Although…
Read the full review at Pocket-lint

Posted in Pocket-lint, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G review: Value king

The Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G is a landmark for the manufacturer in the United States. The 6.1″ LTE phablet is first device, which the company will offer in the country as a standalone OEM, via its own online store, without partnering with a wireless carrier…
Read the full review at GSMArena

Posted in GSMArena, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

OnePlus One review: When opportunity strikes

From zero to flagship killer in less than 6 months. That’s the life story of OnePlus Tech – a big chunk of which went in explanation mode. First it was their relation to Oppo, then the reasons why their debut smartphone got delayed – over and over…
Read the full review at GSMArena

Posted in GSMArena, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Asus MeMo Pad 7 review

There's been a surge in affordable phones and tablets of late, devices with fair feature sets in spite of their asking prices. The Asus MeMo Pad 7 is one such device; a 7-inch tablet that gives the likes of the Tesco Hudl a run for its money and is knocking…
Read the full review at Pocket-lint

Posted in Pocket-lint, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

OnePlus One review

At times the mobile market seems like a stalemate between the big players. Every year we see Apple, Samsung, HTC and LG battle it out to make the best, most popular phone of the year – it's like clockwork. But now the OnePlus One is here to shake things…
Read the full review at Pocket-lint

Posted in Pocket-lint, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Samsung Galaxy K zoom review: Zoom-zoom

The Galaxy K zoom speeds down right onto our review track, ready to take on any cameraphone contender. This speedster is equipped with a 10x optical zoom and OIS and if you were to see only its back, you would hardly recognize you are staring at an Android smartphone…
Read the full review at GSMArena

Posted in GSMArena, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 review: Splashing colors

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is the full-size member of the freshly announced tablet family by Samsung. Like its smaller sibling, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4, the newcomer capitalizes on the world’s only 10.5-inch Super AMOLED screen panel and aims to capture…
Read the full review at GSMArena

Posted in GSMArena, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment

LG G3 review

The LG G3 follows hot on the heels of the acclaimed LG G2, a device that really pulled LG back into focus at the top-end of Android smartphones. The G2 set the bar high, a tough act to follow, especially having been on the market for less than a year…
Read the full review at Pocket-lint

Posted in Pocket-lint, review | Tagged , | Leave a comment