Tag Archive: Review


Sony Xperia Z2 Review

As we approach the midway point of 2014, the march of smartphone progress is as unrelenting as it’s ever been. The latest devices from the likes of Samsung and HTC have pushed specs, screen sizes and price tags to new heights, to the point where the year-old phones they’ve replaced seem quaint and dated. Yet one manufacturer has committed to an even more aggressive upgrade cycle. Sony Mobile may be an also-ran in  [Read More…]

Jabra Rox wireless headset review

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Up for review today we’re taking a look at Jabra’s latest wireless headset, the ROX Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Earbuds.

Jabra_RoxWireless_image_viewer_1440x810_04We’ve been very pleased with Jabra’s efforts in the past; their speakers and headphones are some of our favorites. How do these fare? Suffice it to say, it’s another solid outing from the company and one we’ve been  [Read More…]

Jawbone UP24 review

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The Jawbone UP24 is one of the latest fitness trackers to hit the market along with Nike and Fitbit.  I have previously reviewed the Fitbit Flex, which we really liked, but today’s focus is all about the UP24.  The UP24 is the newest addition to Jawbone’s fitness line up.  The device allows you to track workouts, food/drink, sleep, but one of the really cool features  [Read More…]

Samsung pushes throttle with EVO-series SSD and Facebook game [Review]

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Last year we accepted Samsung’s challenge that claimed anyone would be capable of installing a solid-state drive. Taking apart my HP laptop was a frightening prospect but proved to be quite simple. The folks at Samsung have since launched their new EVO-series of SSD’s and I, once again, got my hands on one. Having upgraded to a more powerful laptop, the prospect of taking a  [Read More…]

VTech Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C review

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At First Glance

The Bluetooth Connect-to-Cell DS6670-6C by V-Tech is one of the easiest ways to give up your Landline while keeping handsets around the house, while remaining Landline compatible itself. This model features a base equipped with one handset, an earpiece, and comes with four additional extension units to place about your home. This model allows for up to two paired cells, and a landline  [Read More…]

Blu Studio 6.0 HD Review, The Mid-range Phablet For Everyone!

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Blu Studio 6.0 HD Specifications

See official press release here

Blu Studio 6.0 HD:

Network: 2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) 850/900/1800/1900 MHz, 3G (HSPA+ 21Mbps) 850/1900 or 850/2100, Dual Mini-SIM Cards Display: 6.0 inch HD 720 x 1280, with OGS and Full Lamination Touch Panel Processor: MediaTek MT6582 Quad-Core 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 with MALI-400 GPU. OS: Android v4.2 Jelly Bean, upgradeable to 4.4 KitKat  [Read More…]

CHIL Slap Stylus review w/ Mother’s Day Coupon

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A while back, we took a look a few products from CHIL, including their Nexus 7 (2012) Notchbook Review/Nexus 7 (2013) Notchbook Giveaway and the amazing CHIL PowerShare Reactor review. Today, just in time for Mother’s Day, we’re introducing you to the Slap Stylus.

The Slap Stylus is like any other slap band bracelet but with a stylus! Those of us with gigantic phones, or those  [Read More…]

Galaxy S 5, Is It Really The Best? A Review

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The Samsung Galaxy S 5 is disappointing in precisely one area, build quality. But even in that, it’s slightly better than the previous member of the Galaxy S line. Although even that complaint may soon be a non-issue in the wake of the rumors of the Galaxy S 5 Prime which has been confirmed here. On to the review.

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Fitbit Flex Review: where tech and sweat meet

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With all the different activity trackers on the market today it can be hard to decide which one to go with. Many questions race through my mind like, “Can I get it wet?”, “How long will it last on a charge?”, “Will it bother me throughout the day?”, “Is it really worth it?”.  Well, I have gotten my hands on the Fitbit Flex  [Read More…]

Harman Kardon Onyx Studio speaker review

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Up for review today is the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio, a Bluetooth speaker exclusively offered through Sprint. Priced at $ 399.99, we had high hopes for the device, especially after having recently tested out the NYNE Bass at less than half the cost.

Measuring 11 inches in diameter, the Onyx Studio is a giant convex disc that sits at an angle upon two metal legs.  [Read More…]