The Beats Solo 2 are an updated version of a popular pair of headphones, but do they sound good enough to justify the asking price?
LG is upping the ante again, as the first mainstream manufacturer to offer a smartphone that breaks the Full HD barrier. But is that all the G3 has to offer? We find out in this comprehensive review of the LG G3!
There are certainly a ton of fitness bands out on the market already but that hasn’t stopped a company like Sony from getting in on the action. The Sony Smartband is the company’s first product to be powered by their new Core fitness tracker and in terms of design the band is comprised of two parts. There’s the actual band itself that’s made of a textured silicone and Sony includes two sizes in the box to accommodate various wrist sizes. The band is adjustable via a metal fastener that feels somewhat clumsy but it does a great job at keeping…
The LG G3′s Knock Code lets users unlock the phone straight from sleep state through a combination of taps. Our feature focus looks at the pros and cons.
In this shootout, we take a look at the quality, features, strengths, and shortcomings of the LG G3′s camera.
The STREET by 50 Star Wars First Edition headphones offer plenty of style, but can they back it up with solid sound quality?
We’re seeing some good releases out of the Chinese market this year, and in this review we look at an update to a phone from veteran company Huawei known for being one of the thinnest around. This is our review of the Huawei Ascend P7. Design While it does add a little to last year’s remarkably thin P6, we’re still dealing with a very streamlined design here. With modest improvements over its predecessor, Huawei has sought for an incremental design update, and it’s arguably the better looking of the two. A metal skeleton holds together double Gorllia Glass 3 panels, making for a phone…
Get the Lenovo IdeaTab 8.0 on Amazon Get the Lenovo IdeaTab 10 on Amazon When we hear the words budget or cheap not a whole lot of good usually comes with it but Lenovo believes that can create some great tablets that won’t break the bank. Starting off with the design the A8 and A10 feature a very simplistic design with some slight curves on the corners and sides and a matte finish on the back that detract fingerprints and provides a nice grip. The design is nothing that is going to make these tablets stand out but it’s practical and…
The DG800 runs Android 4.4 KitKat, comes with a 13MP camera, has a neat rear touch panel and yet only costs $113. Is it a bargain or a waste of money?
The Sony Xperia M2 may not have the same impressive specs as its higher-end brothers, but at least it still offers the same iconic design as you’ll find on phones like the Z2. Join us as we take a closer look!