hardware

LG W10 Alpha Officially Launched With Support For Dual VoLTE

South Korean manufacturer LG has recently introduced a number of mid-range smartphones. And today, the company has launched a new mid-range LG W10 Alpha Smartphone in India.

Surface Pro 6 vs. Surface Pro 5

Microsoft’s Surface Pro has been our favorite 2-in-1 for a few years, so when a new version arrives on our digital doorstep it’s an exciting

Top 5 reasons to BUY or NOT buy the HP Pavilion Gaming 15 2019

The HP Pavilion Gaming 15 2019 features a new fresh gaming look. The laptop has a very pleasant price tag for a device with powerful

Mixcder E10 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth 5.0 Headphones Hands-On Review

In the vast, wide internet landscape out there, alongside true wireless headphones, there are still good old over and on-ear models. Having now also arrived

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus vs. iPhone 11 Pro Max: Get Plus or go Max?

Love a big phone? The new Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is one of the biggest and best around, with a massive 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display

Top 5 reasons to BUY or NOT buy the Lenovo ThinkPad L390

The Lenovo ThinkPad L390 is a decent device that has a nice amount of features alongside good hardware inside. It has a classic ThinkPad design

Apple is taking a huge gamble on the iPhone 5G

Qualcomm may be providing the 5G modem for the iPhone 5G later this year, but rumors suggest it could end up being connected to an

iPad Pro 5G release date may join iPhone 11 this October

Reports from Taiwan today suggest that the iPhone 5G in late 2020 may be beaten to the punch by an iPad Pro. The 5G-capable modem

Samsung Galaxy S20 vs iPhone 11 vs OnePlus 7 Pro: Price, Specifications Compared

Samsung Galaxy S20 is finally official. And now that all details about its internal hardware and pricing are out, comparisons are inevitable. Going by its

What is Nvidia GeForce Now?

Nvidia GeForce Now is a newly released cloud-streaming service that allows subscribers to play PC games regardless of the specs of their hardware. Instead, GeForce

The Olympus PEN E-PL10 is a stylish beginner’s camera hiding last-gen hardware

Olympus’ stylish PEN EP-L series, designated as a camera upgrade for smartphone photographers, is getting a few tweaks. Announced on February 12 alongside the new

Dive into retro gaming with one of these emulation options

You have more options than just an NES Classic. Over 2019, we played on a lot of retro gaming devices. With so many options available

LG V60 ThinQ 5G leaked: Monster battery, headphone jack, 4x mics

A leak this week appear to be taking up the mantel of the previous “V” smartphones in the line with top-tier specs. This smartphone’s hardware

Realme C3 Review

Chinese smartphone maker Realme had an eventful year in 2019. The company launched multiple smartphones every quarter forcing the competition to pick up the pace.

OPPO Find X2 is coming to MWC 2020 with these features

A handful of companies have already bowed out of the world’s biggest mobile tech show but OPPO doesn’t seem too keen to back down from

Oculus Link review: This $80 cable is worth every penny to turn Quest into a Rift rival

The official Oculus Link cable is pricey, but it’s the only solution currently available that’s long enough, (mostly) reliable, and keeps the Quest headset charged

Skagen Falster 3 review: Another great Wear OS watch from Fossil

Google’s Wear OS still has a few long-standing issues that haven’t been addressed, like stagnant hardware and poor app support, but Fossil Group has been

F-Secure just made an unhackable USB sized computer

Hardware security specialists at F-Secure have created an USB sized computer that’s super secure.  The stick is called the ‘USB armory Mk II’ and it’s

Poco X2 vs Realme X2 vs Vivo S1 Pro vs Oppo F15: Price in India, Specifications Compared

Poco X2 has gone official in India. Despite the name suggesting it is a second-generation phone, the Poco X2 is actually the first phone in

Hands on: Nvidia GeForce Now Review

GeForce Now is a cloud-streaming service looking to challenge the likes of Google Stadia.  By subscribing, you’ll be able to play video games on a

AirTV 2 review: Antenna TV and Sling TV merge, with mixed results

New hardware, same ol’ drawbacks. For cord-cutters, there’s nothing on the market quite like AirTV. Although it’s not the only networked TV tuner and over-the-air

Fujifilm X-T3 vs X-Pro3: Which one’s right for me?

A look at the differences (and what they mean) At a fundamental level, the Fujifilm X-T3 and X-Pro3 have a lot of hardware in common

New PocketGo review: Handheld emulation continues to grow

The power of a PlayStation in your hand The New PocketGo (or PocketGo 2) from BittBoy isn’t a replacement for the original PocketGo, it’s an older

Top 5 Reasons to BUY or NOT buy the Lenovo Yoga C640 (13)

The Lenovo Yoga C640 (13) is a great option for those who want a Yoga device but the C940 is too expensive for them (and

Hisense F40 Review: a thousand-yuan machine with both large battery and appearance

What was your first impression of the thousand yuan machine? Do you want to make a living? Is it a simple hardware stack? Or the

Snapdragon 765G vs Exynos980 vs Kirin 810, which one has the best performance?

In recent years, with fierce competition in the mobile phone market, which focuses on the student and youth market, the classification of mobile phones has

Motorola One Hyper Review

Is the Motorola One Hyper the all-round mid-range performer that’s perfectly suited to your budget? The Motorola One Hyper is the brand’s latest mid-range phone

Zhaoxin ships the KaiXian KX-U6780A, an X86 PC processor line worth watching

Give Zhaoxin a few years, and AMD and Intel might have some competition in the PC space. Decades ago, microprocessors from Cyrix, Centaur, and Via

Top 5 reasons to BUY or NOT buy the Microsoft Surface Pro 7

Microsoft Surface Pro 7 is an interesting device with a lot of transforming abilities. No matter what your current needs are it’ll transform into the

4 places where Apple can improve its integration of hardware, software, and services

Apple prides itself on its integration between hardware, software, and services. But even it misses sometimes. Apple spends a lot of time talking up its