Tag Archive: Review


Nest Hello review: The smartest doorbell

Nest didn’t reinvent the doorbell — that was done already. But it’s made the best one you can buy.

In retrospect, I should have seen this coming long ago. The idea of a video doorbell isn’t all that novel. It’s just a basic button, camera, speaker and mic, with some flashing lights tossed in. That’s not all that technologically advanced, right?

Nor does such a thing need to do all that much. It needs to show  [Read More…]

OnePlus 5T review, 4 months later: Still the phone to beat

Four months after its release, the OnePlus 5T is still one of the best options in the $ 500 category.

Over the last three years, OnePlus managed to carve out a niche for itself by selling phones for a couple hundred dollars less than the likes of the flagships from Samsung, Google, and LG while offering the same top-of-the-line specs. The Chinese brand isn’t the first one to do so, as the likes of Huawei, Xiaomi, and  [Read More…]

Gourmia GTA2800 WiFi Air Fryer review

A large kitchen appliance by most standards, the Gourmia GTA2800 comes with a host of accessories and features. As a connected device it also pairs with an Android or iOS app.

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Planet Gemini PDA Review: A tiny computer with big ideas

Normally when I review a product, the question I’m trying to answer is whether it’s worth the asking price. But the Planet Gemini PDA was crowdfunded, willed into existence by almost 6,000 people pooling over $ 2 million on Indiegogo so that Planet Computers could build a modern version of the classic Psion PDA.

Not ringing a bell? That’s okay; the Psion only achieved wide popularity in Europe, and that was a long time ago. (In fact  [Read More…]

Golden Axe Classic review: Capitalization on nostalgia

Sega brings another classic game from its lineup to Android – this time the fantasy slasher that revolutionized the side-scrolling beat ’em up genre, Golden Axe. See what we thought of the port here.

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BLU S1 long term review: Great in some respects but needs work in others

After having spent a few months living with the Blu S1 we return with a more long-term look at the phone. As Blu’s first model to offer CDMA support, it’s a sub-$ 200 phone worth consideration.

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PUBG for Android review: The hype is real

Stop what you’re doing and download this game.

Player Unknown’s Battleground (or PUBG for short) is a battle royale-style game that pits you against 99 other players in a heart-pounding survival scenario where you must scavenge for loot, explore the map and stay in the safe zone while taking out your competition. It’s a highly competitive game that offers game modes for Solo play, pairing up in Duo mode, or playing as a squad of four, and  [Read More…]

8 Ball Pool review: Head to the pool hall with a casual game of billiards

Looking for a decent pool hall experience on your Android device? Check out this easy and engaging game from Miniclip. Here’s our review of the casual billiards title.

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FrontRow Camera review: A nice toy, but no game-changer

The FrontRow camera is intended to provide a standalone, hands-free camera to wear at events. Does it perform well enough to justify the $ 399 price tag? Check out our complete review here.

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V-Moda’s Crossfade 2 review: Pricey, delightful headphones that can take a beating

From start to finish the V-Moda Crossfade 2 are built with the utmost attention to detail. They’re more expensive than what some might want to spend, but this reviewer found them to be among the absolute best headphones.

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