Category Archives: Tech Reviews

ZTE Blade V8 Pro review – CNET

If the ZTE Blade V8 Pro didn’t have such a cheap price and a long-lasting battery, I guarantee you I would not remember this phone. Outside those two features, there wouldn’t be much reason to buy it — especially given its heavy design and slightly buggy performance. So it’s a good thing, then, that the […]

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Philips 55POS901F review: The best 4K OLED TV yet

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Philips has never been a company that follows convention. The TV brand, now owned by TP Vision, was responsible for quirky designs such as the now-retired CinemaScope television with its ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio, and its Ambilight feature introduced integrated bias lighting technology – aka TVs with strips of coloured lighting at the rear – […]

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LG G6 hands-on review

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As Mobile World Congress got underway in Barcelona, Spain, last week there were thousands of companies vying for your attention. One that tries to do so every year is LG, and this year it has gone big – literally – with its latest high-end handset, the LG G6. LG has lagged behind the popularity of fellow South […]

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Review: The TarDisk doubles a MacBook’s storage in about 30 seconds (+video)

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If you’re looking to double the storage capacity of a pre-2016 MacBook or MacBook Pro — and you’re not into ripping and replacing your existing drive — the TarDisk SD expansion card may be for you. TarDisk has been selling its SD expansion card for several years now. It’s up to version 7.0 of its […]

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Upgrading MacBook storage with TarDisk

Computerworld | Mar 3, 2017 The TarDisk is a half-length SD card that fits flush with the body of an older MacBook or MacBook Pro and seamlessly doubles storage capacity via pairing software that creates a single virtual volume. Similar Hardware & Accessories Source link

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild review – Zelda like you’ve never seen it before

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild starts very much as it means to go on. As Link emerges from a cave high up on Hyrule’s Great Plateau struck with amnesia we, the players, are left standing in the same shoes. The great, vast world of Hyrule is laid bare before us and nobody […]

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Hands-on with attractive knockoff Apple Watch bands for less than $20

Apple’s cheapest Apple Watch bands cost $49, but that’s highway robbery compared to these virtually identical knockoffs from FanTEK, Fullmosa, and Pugo Top. Source link

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Shake, rattle and roll: We test 3 rugged tablets (with video)

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Anyone who depends on their tablet throughout the workday knows that disaster can strike at any moment — it can get accidentally pushed off a desk or dropped while you’re running for your airline connection, or caught in a sudden storm, or sat on by your three-year-old. If you want to avoid last-minute catastrophes, then […]

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LG VR Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

It’s just a prototype. The specs may change, and it might not look anything like this tomorrow. But LG’s HMD Prototype already feels like it could be just as good as the HTC Vive — currently the gold standard in VR headsets — if not better. That’s not too surprising, because it’s basically a clone. […]

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Nintendo Switch review

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After months of waiting, the Nintendo Switch is finally here, boasting a hybrid design that’ll provide both console gaming and on-the-go gaming with a single console. Is Nintendo’s upcoming console something you should get excited about, or is it full of gimmicks? We’ve spent a couple of weeks playing with the Switch to find out. Here’s […]

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