mobile gaming

ASUS FX502VM Gaming Laptop Review

It may not have the absolute top gaming chops and benchmark scores, but the ASUS FX502VM is a competitive midrange gaming laptop that outclasses its

Alienware 15 (2016) hand-on

Hands-on with Alienware’s 15.6-inch VR-ready laptop The Alienware 15 was TrustedReviews’ recommended small gaming laptop in 2015, which is why I had high hopes for

Overclockers UK Titan Hadron review

OUR VERDICT Games look fantastic and run smooth on the Titan Hadron at 1440p, thanks to Nvidia’s GTX 1060 inside. Its classy-looking case hides top-tier

TURING PHONE DARK WYVERN REVIEW

Turing Robotics seems to be banking heavily on the Turing Phone. Not only has the company delayed the release of the device for months upon

5 Nintendo Movies We’d Watch

Nintendo has seemingly mastered the art of the family-friendly video game over the past 30 years, and the company is now looking to its next

Nintendo NX : Release date, specs and everything you need to know

There’s no hiding from the fact that Nintendo has suffered some rocky times over the last couple of years. The Wii U is shaping up to be

Lenovo Ideapad Y700 14-Inch Review

The Pros Affordable; Sleek, attractive design; Good overall performance; Above-average audio The Cons Mediocre display; Lackluster graphics power; Poor battery life ; Rear vents can

Sony Xperia M5 review

PROS Sharp screen Decent value Water-resistant Impressive performance CONS Too much bloatware Sony’s boring design No Android 6.0 Marshmallow KEY FEATURES 5-inch, 1080p display 4K

Acer Predator 17 (2015) review

HIGHS Solid build quality Pleasant keyboard and touchpad Loud, bass-heavy sound system Excellent performance in all areas Surprisingly long battery life Bundled gaming mouse LOWS

Razer Orochi Review — Missed Connection

THE GOOD Good price Ambidextrous design Great software THE BAD Hit-or-miss Bluetooth No wireless dongle option Dull lighting VERDICT The Razer Orochi is an attractive

Gamevice iOS Controller Review

THE GOOD Highly responsive controls Comfortable grip Easy setup THE BAD Cheap thumbsticks Goofy design Pricey VERDICT Gamevice brings intuitive, console-style controls to iOS games,

Nvidia Shield Tablet K1 review

Pros Excellent price Stunning screen Strong game store Robust and sleek design Cons Fingerprint magnet No cables included Key Features: 8-inch 1920x1200p IPS display; 16GB

Gigabyte Aorus X5 review

Pros Great screen with Nvidia G-Sync Powerful performance Robust upgrade options Gaming focused software additions Cons Poor battery Overly loud fans Poor speakers Key Features:

Satechi Wireless Gamepad for mobile devices now available

Satechi has introduced and formally launched its new Wireless Gamepad, a Bluetooth gaming controller that works with iOS, Android, and Windows devices. The controller can

ASUS unleashes a slew of souped up Windows 10 PCs for gamers

Microsoft may have just revealed an interesting crew of Windows 10 devices, both in small and large sizes, but its brochure was marketed more for

Nexus 5X vs iPhone 6s comparison preview

It’s the clash of the titans, Apple vs. Google in the battle of the flagship smartphones, with one key difference – Google’s offering starts at

Acer Predator 8 review: Hands-on with the gamers’ tablet with force feedback and four speakers

Acer is going big on gaming at this year’s IFA tech show in Berlin with its Predator range including PCs and laptops. It announced a

Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 review: the only thing that’s budget about the Smart Ultra 6 is its price tag

Vodafone, like other carriers, has started to manufacture its own line of smartphones – namely the Smart Ultra 6 and Smart Prime 6, two budget

20 best laptops 2015 UK – Best laptop reviews

A list of the UK’s best laptops available to buy in 2015 : ” Best Windows laptops, best MacBooks, best power laptops, best gaming laptops, best

China helps iOS maintain commanding revenue lead over surging Google Play

Are you a growth marketer? Do you want to know what it takes to be one? Join us at GrowthBeat, on August 17-18 in San

Nintendo to aim for a “free-to-start” mobile gaming model

By announcing its plans to start a presence on mobile, Nintendo has practically sealed its fate in that part of the market. But, as with

Konami apologizes for “mobile first” miscommunication

Although unsurprisingly hailed by mobile gamers as the way of the future, Konami president Hideki Hayakawa’s statements about a “mobile first” mission for the company