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Teclast X80 Plus tablet PC Hands-on Review

Teclast X80 Plus is a dual boot tablet that features and genuine Windows 10 and Android 5.1, 8 inch display and Cherry Trail T3-Z8350 under

Kobo Glo HD review : This is a great e-reader for the money

The Kobo Glo HD delivers all the features you want in an e-reader without any unnecessary bloat. We also appreciate its ability to read a

Kobo Aura H2O review : This e-reader is pool and bathtub-ready

If you do a lot of your reading poolside, on a boat, in the bath, or in the desert, the Kobo Aura H2O’s IP67 rating

Jumper EZBook Air Review : Low-cost MacBook Air

Like the great scholars will say, “Ignorance is a disease” because it blindfolds people from seeing an object as it truly should be seen. Jumper

Teclast Tbook 16S 2 in 1 Tablet PC Review

With the advancement in technology, every gadget is getting improved in terms of speed, design, processor, efficiency, cost, etc. Same is happening with smartphones, tablets,

Kindle (2016) review

PROS Durable Clean and simple design Great Amazon software Long battery life CONS The Paperwhite is a more complete option KEY FEATURES 6-inch e-paper display

LETV Leeco One X600 4G Phablet Review – Fast & Stylish

Hi Kickers, with the increase in competition in mobile & tablets sector there is one more device which is making news in the global market

Ebook Readers : The 5 Best Models You Can Buy

Whether you’re an avid mystery reader, a classic lit addict, or a voracious consumer of fantasy novels, reading books online is a great option, and an

Onda Tablet V972, a product that has come a long way.

Pros + The screen. + Good quality-price comparison. + 4K video. Cons -Questionable arrangement of buttons. -Poor sound quality. -No Bluetooth When the Onda tablet

The best cheap tablets of 2016 – reviewed

The world’s awash with affordable tablets. But which is the best? And which should you avoid like week-old sushi? We love the new smaller iPad

Amazon Kindle Oasis review : First class reader, first class price

For Light weight design, fast page turns, great battery cover, lovely even lighting, premium feel Against Price, no adaptive front light The Amazon Kindle has

Kindle Oasis vs Kindle Paperwhite : Should you upgrade?

Kindle Oasis vs Kindle Paperwhite: Should you upgrade? The Kindle Paperwhite remains the most popular and best-selling ebook reader in Amazon’s growing range, but the

Amazon Kindle Oasis preview : Supersonic rethinking of the ebook reader

The Amazon Kindle has been somewhat predictable over the past few years, making itself incrementally better, stoically doing what it does best year-on-year, staying true

Kurio Xtreme 2 Tablet Review

The Pros Affordable price; Decent parental controls; Fun, motion-controlled games The Cons Sluggish performance; Short battery life; Relatively dim display Verdict The Kurio Xtreme 2

iOS 9: Tips, tricks and secret features to look out for

iOS 9 tips and tricks: All the hidden features in Apple’s latest mobile operating system Apple’s iOS 9 should now be on most iPhones and

Amazon Echo will can read your Kindle books aloud and for free

In the past weeks, we’ve seen Amazon push its Echo platform and Alexa personal assistant beyond its cylindrical home speaker. We’ve seen a fridge door

Hybrids: this is the future of tablets

Google has just made the Pixel C Android 2-in-1 tablet available for purchase and the tech world will undoubtedly be awash with reviews of the

Samsung pulls plug on secret tablet TV controller

A Samsung scheme to oust the traditional TV remote with a dedicated media tablet has been axed, insiders claim, scuppered over content rights and in-fighting.

Sony Reader PRS-T2 Review

  To many, the war of the eReaders is between Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Though Sony has never managed to get quite as big

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Review

  Amazon’s Kindle Fire has been the star of the show as late, but we can’t forget they have a huge hand in the eReader

Kindle Voyage Review: Ereader Royalty

  The ebook didn’t kill the paperback, and Amazon is counting on the fact that not only hasn’t the tablet killed the ereader, but that