Review: Octa-core, metal frame, 2.5D glass for $119
Although most Asian budget phones come in the 5.5-inch form factor, many export brands have recognised the need for 5-inch devices with a good spec and low price.
Review: The small impressive gamer
Logitech has been around gaming for a while, and it’s next to impossible to find a PC user that has never owned a Logitech product.
Cut-down Fiji GPU does the job at US $549
AMD has now officially announced its newest Radeon R9 Fury graphics card based on a cut-down version of the Fiji GPU with 4GB of HBM and US $549 price tag.
Review: Going stereo on the cheap
Xiaomi’s recent dive into the accessory market has resulted in a number of unusual and interesting product launches, ranging from audio accessories to aluminium mouse pads.
Review: Alternative flagship for value minded consumers
The new Asus Zenfone 2 is all about offering high-end specs at mid-range prices, but does it really live up to the hype?
How do you say it is rubbish without offending anyone?
Wall Street Journal reviewers are having a devil of a job with Apple latey – they want to say the latest products are rubbish, but appear to stop short.
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Computer gaming outfit Nintendo, whose toilet themed games consoles are flushing down the loo have thought it a natty idea to try and screw cash out of you-tube reviewers.
Review: One of the fastest flash drives around.
Toshiba’s TransMemory EX II USB drive provides a lot of storage with fast access times. We tested the 128GB model, rated at 205 MB/s write and 222 MB/s read.
Review: Very compact PC with good GPU performance
Zotac has been in the mini-PC space for years now, and it has managed to carve out a nice niche for itself. The EN760 can replace an ITX or mATX system in many scenarios.