Review: $149 powerhouse fresh from Hong Kong
Chinese smartphones are going mainstream and western consumers are already familiar with brands like Xiaomi, Huawei and ZTE.
Leaves SATA drives in the dust
Intel has launched new 750-series solid state drives, based on PCIe and NVMe interfaces, enabling substantially higher performance than the company’s SATA SSDs.
Turns any HDMI screen into a Chrome machine
Google announced a few Chromebook and Chrome OS updates yesterday, but the one that really caught our eye is the Asus Chromebit.
$99, quad-core SoC, 1GB RAM
Xiaomi’s recently released Redmi 2 smartphone is designed to take on the Moto G, but the new Redmi 2A variant is a $99 design that puts the Moto E to shame.
€399 for killer spec phablet
The Huawei Honor 6 Plus is coming to Euroland, and the oversized quasi flagship launches are relatively attractive price point.
Review: No wonder Xiaomi accessories are heading west
Xiaomi recently announced plans to launch Mi stores in the US and Europe, but for the time being they will be limited to accessories rather than the Chinese company’s sleek smartphones. This got us thinking – we never actually tried out any Xiaomi accessories, so we decided to check some out.
Stylish Broadwell mini-PC anyone?
The new Acer Revo One RL85 mini PC has gone on sale in major European markets, bringing the latest Intel Broadwell processors to desktop users.
Will stick around in future dev lab
Peter Chou is no longer the CEO of Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC.
New 3-bit NAND makes it possible
Samsung has announced an exciting new NAND product that should boost the storage capacity on mainstream phones and tablets.
Because life is TUF
Asus’ new mother of all motherboards is up for pre-order at overlockers.co.uk, but it doesn’t come cheap.