Home Reviews Hardware Reviews

Hardware Reviews

ZTE Boost Max review

The Boost Max aims to give users a premium phablet experience with a small price tag. Do you remember when smartphones were upwards of $500?...

Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 review

When you think about the things we look for in tablets, it's always the same stuff that comes to mind. We want a light...

Qualcomm Toq review

Announced back in September the Qualcomm Toq is a unique smartwatch experience first targeted at developers. Paired to Android phones via Bluetooth, one of...

Samsung Galaxy S4 review (video)

 Samsung captivated and fascinated the world with the epic Galaxy S3. With over 40 million units sold, it's clear that they did something right. Samsung learned...

Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Review

Samsung has been on a huge roll as of late, and they're looking to continue that with the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE. The Victory...

Samsung Galaxy S III review (Sponsored Post)

What we liked: The Samsung Galaxy S III is heavy on hardware, but even heavier on experience. The leading-edge specs easily put it at the...

Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE review

When Android first broke onto the main scene with the G1, QWERTY keyboards were all the rage. Device after device was released with a...

Review: Motorola Atrix HD

Motorola is rarely a slouch when it comes to mobile devices. Whether it's phones or Bluetooths, they typically try to innovate and think outside...

Archos 101XS review

What we liked:  Super thin, lightweight, and sexy in white, the Archos 101XS looks beautiful and feels solid in hand.  It's the best effort from...

FreedomPop Buyer’s Guide

FreedomPop is a Wi-fi first carrier alternative to the big name networks. Here's what you should know about the MVNO that uses AT&T and Sprint towers.
Change Ad Consent