Laptops have developed in such a way that they are no longer, just for outside work or portability. Nowadays, brands create new bigger laptops that sacrifice this portability for an “Awe” factor. Dell chose to try this too and created a powerful device that can be used for productivity and still be flashy and look cool.
Combining the power of Tiger Lake and a QHD display, this is truly a statement piece in Dell’s product lineup that is set to leave the message that Dell is not to be underestimated.
The new Sony Xperia 1 III has been unveiled by the company during its own live stream, and it has Read more
Asus might not be the first brand you think of when you’re considering Android smartphone brands that can go toe-to-toe Read more
The launch of the 5.9-inch Asus Zenfone 8 will be a litmus test for whether or not phone buyers care Read more
AMD’s purportedly incoming Radeon RX 6600 graphics cards have witnessed more leakage, reinforcing previous speculation that the on-board VRAM will Read more
AORUS has existed for a while now. Having been founded in 2014, it is still trying to find its footing Read more
If you want 5G on a budget, then the next Samsung Galaxy could be for you Another Samsung Galaxy A22 Read more
It’s been another quiet week when it comes to new gear. There are only two products worth mentioning. The first Read more
The Pixel 4a was one of our favourite cheap phones in 2020, and it has been confirmed there will be Read more
The world of creator laptops is getting a bit crowded. ASUS, however, doesn’t want to fall behind the competition, and Read more
Sharp has launched a new smartphone in Japan, sporting a 6.6-inch OLED screen, Snapdragon 888 5G chipset, a 20MP main Read more
MSI definitely has a thing for weapons. Previously we covered the Crosshair, the Pulse, and the Katana. Joining them are Read more