Hardware

Review: Leagoo Lead 6 Android 4.4 Smartphone from EasySMX

The Chinese Leagoo brand isn’t that well known here in the UK, so I didn’t quite know what to expect when EasySMX are offering their fully functional smartphone for just £50 (~$62). Available in rose, white, blue or black colours, for the UK market EasySMX have obviously swapped out the charging brick as a 1A USB UK wall charger is included outside the box. Inside along with the phone you get an i...[Read More]

Review: Koopower’s screwdriver set

 Most of what I review here are related to smartphones. Smartphones and tablets have been a hobby of mine for several years now, so I’m good with that. Every so often though, I get to try something that’s a bit out of my comfort zone though. Koopower has sent me a screwdriver set to try out, and overall I thnk it’s a decent value prop. It is geared towards those who would use a s...[Read More]

Best hardware and software for streaming media to your TV

2016 has seen plenty of fascinating products and software released that aims to make streaming media from our mobile to our televisions a lot easier. Although there have been many efforts that have sought to help us watch YouTube videos and play online games via our television sets, they’ve often suffered from having confusing interfaces and connectivity issues that have led many people to spend m...[Read More]

5 Amazing Augmented Reality Hardware

We’ve discussed Augmented Reality several times.   The fast Synopsis: As per Tech.co this is an emerging technology with unlimited opportunity for industry and beyond as compared to virtual reality. Try it ahead of time and lead the rest in your business. As essential as it’s to find the word out about what AR are capable of doing for your industry, we do care to address the unbel...[Read More]

Roku 3 Review

Roku 3 Review Roku has been (for me) one of the longest surviving streaming box brands, and now it is going up against big competitors like Amazon, Google and Apple. Though I still think Roku has a place in this world, case in point is The Roku 3. This box is offering an already solid user experience with the added benefit of features like motion controlled game play, and a mic input on the contro...[Read More]

Review: BQ Aquaris X5

In our latest hardware review, we take a look at the Aquaris X5 from BQ   The mid-level range of attractive smartphones has certainly heated up recently, whilst everyone’s favourite the Moto G slipping down the list, companies like Huawei (honor) and OnePlus have really stood out and offered fantastic devices for around the £200 price tag. Up steps BQ to take a slice of that market with...[Read More]

Nearly 3 in 4 Mobile Devices Returned in Europe and North America Have ‘No Trouble Found’

State of Mobile Device Performance and Health Report Contends Substantial Number of Device Issues Are Caused by User Behavior, Rather Than Hardware     Nearly three in four mobile devices returned to mobile network operators and manufacturers in Europe and North America have ‘No Trouble Found,’ according to the Q4 2015 State of Mobile Device Performance and Health report released today b...[Read More]

LEAGOO Shark 1 announced with a massive 6300 mAh battery

Chinese smartphone manufacturer LEAGOO has released its flagship device the Shark 1, marking the company’s entry into the competitive high-end smartphone market. Having won 2015 Overseas Best-selling Brand altogether with Huawei, ZTE and Lenovo, LEAGOO’s Shark 1 is both easy on the eye offers the high functionality and modern technology today’s smartphone users have come to expec...[Read More]

Review: PROBOX2 Z Android 5.1 TV Box

Probox2 have been in the Android mini PC game since 2013, with some highly acclaimed TV media players such as the ULTIMATE, EX and EX+. These smarten up your TV so it can play or stream media, and run loads of Play Store apps just like a tablet. Their newest mid-range model called the Z has just been released running Android 5.1 Lollipop. Build Quality & Design The Z has adopted the familiar b...[Read More]

Review: ARCHOS 52 Platinum

Review: ARCHOS 52 Platinum In our latest phone review, we take a look at an entry level device by the French manufacturer, Archos. The company may not be famous worldwide but are pretty well known in Europe. They usually offer ” less expensive” devices, like phones, tablets, netbooks but not always on Android. The company was formed in the late 1980’s and have become fairly succe...[Read More]

Review: HTC Desire 626

      Review: HTC Desire 626 In our latest review, we give our thoughts and opinions on the just announced HTC Desire 626. We are lucky enough to be sent a pre-release sample of the device from the manufacturer and we’ll share our experiences with readers who may be interested in buying the device. In our usual manner, we’ll break things down into the key areas that we t...[Read More]

Review: ASUS Zenfone 2

  Review: ASUS Zenfone 2   We go hands-on with ASUS’s latest “flagship” device. Times are changing in the mobile market these days. Affordable devices are coming westward that certainly pack good specifications and modest tags, but, are they any good? In my opinion it’s time to drop these money upfront and tied to a network for 24 months deals, believe me there ar...[Read More]

  • 1
  • 2
  • 4

Lost Password

Sign Up