Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact review

SONY XPERIA Z3 TABLET COMPACT  The Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is one of the best tablets on the market today. It is a continued example of Sony's eye to detail and...

Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth Keyboard review

Today we are taking a look at the Inateck BK1002E Bluetooth keyboard. As you may recall, we reviewed the BK1003E a few weeks back and now we are moving onto the...

Anker 2nd Gen Astro3 12800mAh Battery review

Anker® 2nd Gen Astro3 12800mAh Design The Astro3 does not stray from the traditional look of modern external batteries, as Anker decided to keep with the conventional square frame. Made from a matte...

Jabra Stealth review

  The Good Fantastic design, with ergonomic featuresSuperb sound qualityGoogle Now integrationPlethora of added ear tips, for added comfort The Bad Limited Google Now integrationLimited, added features               Design While the design of the Jabra Stealth...

Mojo Battstation Optimus 20400 review

Whether it's internal, removable, wireless, microUSB, USB 3.0 Micro-B plug, or something else, batteries are one of those phone features we care deeply about. And, although we've had tremendous advances over the...

Inateck BP2001 Bluetooth Speaker review

The great people over at Inateck have sent us another awesome product, the BP2001 Bluetooth speaker. While finding a Bluetooth speaker nowadays is by no means a hard task, finding one...

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 10-inch review

Lenovo's newest tablet is finally here and is very much a tablet we've seen before. Every year Lenovo takes its tablet and gives it some incremental upgrades that help improve the...

Micromax Yu Yureka review: A new benchmark for budget smartphones?

This phone has been making waves since the day its specifications were leaked. Running on the much talked about CyanogenMod OS, Micromax’s budget smartphone comes packed with hardware that can send...

Samson Meteorite review: a classy USB mic

Fresh out of Samson's portable USB microphone category is their golf ball sized Meteorite, which rests on a small magnetic podium. When plugged into a computer, the Meteorite gives you a blue...

Samson Go Mic Direct review: bite-size recording

Coming from the audio company Samson, we've got their Go Mic Direct, a bite-size microphone perfect for traveling and more than small enough to fit in your skinny jeans pocket. The Go Mic...

Samsung Note 4 vs. Samsung Note Edge

The Samsung Note 4 and Samsung Note Edge are two spectacular devices that came to life out of the belief that yes, people do like larger phones with cool stylus pens....

Droid Turbo review

Motorola Mobility has changed quite a bit over the past few years. From becoming a spin off of Motorola in 2011, being bought by Google some short months later, to being...

Samson Meteor M2 speakers review

Features for the M2 speakers include: Compact multimedia speaker system Sold as a stereo pair (one active speaker, one passive speaker) 2.5" drivers Additional rear-ported passive radiators produce full-range audio Crystal clear high-end performance Exceptional bass response Side...
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Bloc & Roc Galvanize headphones review

As a college student, I see a lot people who use earphones and headphones. Of those that use headphones, a good majority of them use Beats by Dr. Dre. This irritates me...

Divoom Voombox-Ongo review

The Voombox-Ongo rugged bluetooth speaker costs $79.99 on Amazon.com, which puts itself in the medium-premium speaker market. For the size of the speaker itself, there are others out there that are bigger...