Category: REVIEWS

Chromecast

We’ll get straight to the point, Google’s Chromecast is one of the quickest and easiest ways to get all the streaming content you could ever need onto any TV that has an HDMI port....

Dell XPS 13 Review

Dell’s XPS laptop models have often been most covetable ultrabooks, and it seems as though that tradition is still going strong. The company did a refresh of its XPS 12 and XPS 13 laptops in March...

HTC Desire 626

Solidly mid-range specs, disappointingly budget performance It’s getting hard to keep up with HTC’s Desire range, with so many handsets arriving and just a three-digit number to tell them apart. The HTC Desire 626...

HONOR 5X REVIEW

PROS -Great battery life -Premium metal build -Fast and accurate fingerprint scanner -Useful gesture controls with scanner -Affordable price point CONS -Below average speaker -Mediocre camera -Software experience not for everyone RATING OUR RATING...

Huawei Mate 8 review

Pros Lovely design Great battery life So, so speedy Cons Shocking software Inconsistent camera Colours issues with the display Broken Google notifications Review Price £429.99 Key Features: 6-inch, 1080p display; Kirin 950 processor; 3GB...

Le Max Review

China’s Letv started making headlines in India back in April 2015, and less than a year later, the company has arrived here to compete in the gruelling smartphone race. Originally one of the largest...

Nextbit Robin

Hands-on with the cloud first Nextbit Robin Born on Kickstarter, the Nextbit Robin is a peculiar phone. But that’s a good thing. In a time where 99% of smartphone are pretty much the same,...

Le 1s and Le Max First Impressions

LeEco, the Chinese Internet conglomerate better known by its former name Letv, has finally launched its first products for the Indian market. The Le Max and Le 1s have been unveiled and will be...