In this and the following few texts we have decided to present you with a GPU comparison that would be interesting for the common users, the ones that want enough power to play the latest games, but don’t have enough money to spend on a high end GPU.
As a comparison we are reviewing the newest model from NVidia- in the midrange, the GTX 650 TI and the Radeon 7770 and the subversions made by different companies. Continue reading
This one is mainly for the English readers.
The company Pantech has been pushing out midrange phones on the English market for a while and the majority of them can be described as mediocre. This one breaks that stereotype with its specifications and what it has under the hood.
The Pantech Flex deserves its name because of the software that it has inside. To be precise, it works on Android 4.0.4 that can be boot up in an easy mode – made for people with less understanding of modern Android usage and a standard mode that is more or less as any other Android software. Continue reading
This Chinese company is not that well known outside its country, but they have introduced phablet (phone-tablet), that is nothing but revolutionary, in today’s sense of the word. Their product has stirred a lot of dust, because of the performances and its overall dimensions that are not matched so far.
The phablet is called Oppo Find 5 and it has a 5 inch screen that has a resolution, which even Apples products dream of. Its 5 inch screen works in full HD (1920×1024) 1080p resolution that measures 441ppi, which are more than 100 pixels per inch, when compared to Apples iPhone 5. Continue reading
Macintosh didn’t roll over and die after the death of their CEO Steve Jobs as everyone feared, instead they are introducing new products all the time and some of them wouldn’t be here if he was leading the company. Now, the hype that was started about the iPad mini has come to an interesting end, with its reveal. The speculation about its form and overall design was disproven and the newest product is getting ready to hit the shelves on the second of November.
Firstly, this iPad will be in a tight battle with the Google Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD. Continue reading
After all the new and expensive ultrabooks that we have reviewed made by Lenovo, the time has come to introduce an older, but cheaper one. It belongs to the IdeaPad series that is aimed at the low end of the market that is the most vast consumer part and in that part of the market it is the hardest thing to be unique. This ultrabook doesn’t shine with hardware, or with its design or manufacturing process, but it sticks out with its price.
The one that we are reviewing goes with the suffix (59336184) and it is the only one in this series that doesn’t have Ivy Bridge architecture. Continue reading
How many notebook users do you know that have given a lot of money to have a great machine that can raise hell and are using it just to play games on Facebook?
As our question states there are a lot of users that give a lot of money for some machine that will never use its full potential and was bought just because they wanted more.
Well Google with collaboration with Samsung made a Chromebook that is made just for the common user. This notebook has a very low price tag and hardware that is just enough. Continue reading
Genius has been on the market for a long time and mainly they have introduced external control units and speakers that range from low end, to midrange and even high end. We have introduced some of them on the reviews, but we haven’t introduced a wireless speaker like this one.
This Genius model has the ability to connect wirelessly to any phone via a Bluetooth 3.0 connection and stream audio. Continue reading
We are reviewing a lot of Lenovo tablets, hybrids, laptops etc. this month and that is for a reason. After a longer period of silence, Lenovo has introduced a plethora of devices that has blown a lot of minds, which are going to be launched mostly on 26th of October, with the official launch of Windows 8. Among these devices they introduced the ThinkPad Twist, which is supposed to be a convertible laptop/tablet hybrid, aimed for the business community. Continue reading
Among the plethora of devices that Lenovo has introduced last Tuesday, there was something for everyone. Among those devices, they introduced an Atom based convertible hybrid, called Lenovo Lynx. The Lynx is a Transformer type hybrid that copies its type of design, but with Lenovo’s own hinge design.
The Lynx is a notebook/tablet hybrid that will be aimed for the broad public, offering common specs that can already be seen in most of them. Continue reading
Flip, turn, twist, bend, this is the newest hype introduced by Lenovo.
Lenovo had a grand opening last Tuesday introducing a bunch of devices that will work on Windows 8 and they called the whole family of devices a touch optimized family.
Firstly they have re-introduced the IdeaPad Yoga 13 that we have reviewed earlier this year. The Yoga comes with a new hinge that will allow its screen to rotate full 360 degrees and convert it from a laptop into a tablet. This tablet will be available from 26th of October for a price starting from £999. Continue reading