A couple of weeks ago, I was asked to do a review on a recently updated Android application called MoboRobo. It was an application that I haven’t heard of before, so whenever I agreed to do the review I knew I would be going into this without any thoughts about it whatsoever. I didn’t know ... Read More »
“What did we ever do before we had these around?” my wife asked.
Well, a while ago we used to be Samsung people. My wife and I were huge fans of the Samsung Galaxy series of phones and took full advantage of the replaceable batteries. We had spare batteries with external chargers, and it was great. ... Read More »
PhoneDog’s Beau HD reviews the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge. The Galaxy Note Edge sports a 5.6-inch QHD Super AMOLED display, Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM, 16MP camera sensor, 3000mah battery, and Android 4.4.4 KitKat. When it comes to Samsung, the Galaxy Note Edge most closely resembles the Galaxy Note 4, but there are ... Read More »
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Bluetooth keyboards are a dime a dozen, and like with many products these days, people tend to cheap out and get poor quality items. But what else is one to do on a budget? Inateck has, so far, been a great manufacturer of budget Android accessories, and the BK1002E Bluetooth keyboard is no different.
Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet 2 Pro is an interesting creature. In a world of small tablets designed for portability, it stands apart from the rest with its spacious 13.3-inch screen. It’s large, and unashamedly so. Its built-in kickstand gives it a unique form factor that makes it a rare breed among others. Oddest of all, it ... Read More »
When it comes to tablets, many expect to use them for more productivity than their phones. As such, they expect their tablet to have some extra horsepower to keep things running smoothly. Lenovo designed the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro as a device that could be used for serious productivity and media uses, aided by its ... Read More »
Lenovo is a company renowned for hardware, but software has never been the company’s selling point. While experimenting with its tablets, Lenovo has tried a few different things to try and set them apart through software. Unfortunately, the company’s software touches are worse than the alternative of leaving their tablets with stock Android.
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Large tablets are a curious breed. The tablet market kicked off with tablets centralizing around a 10-inch form factor, but then slowly drifted towards smaller tablets. One company, however, is ready to test the large tablet waters again. Lenovo has spent the last couple of years working on 10-inch tablets and now the company is ... Read More »
My last review on an Inateck Bluetooth speaker was on a budget model, and that speaker really excelled for its price. The audio was surprisingly high quality and clear, and the build quality was pretty decent, especially considering it was one of the cheapest Bluetooth speakers I’ve ever had. ... Read More »
It’s really a tech lover’s dream backpack. It’s got all the bells and whistles. It’s very well thought out and executed with top-end materials. It doesn’t cut corners. The Energi+ Backpack by TYLT is the portable charging backpack for the tech lover who is on the go.
What I like: Screams premium build and materials ... Read More »