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Review: Samsung Galaxy Note II

The original Galaxy Note was a bit of a gamble for Samsung when it first came out. While there was some demand for large screened devices back then, the Galaxy Note was one of...

Review: Galaxy Note 10.1

It was inevitable that Samsung would create a full sized Note. The original phablet (phone/tablet) managed to win over millions with its size and innovative S-Pen technology. Now the Korean manufacturer is looking to...

Review: HTC Desire V

When people say dual-SIM, the first things that come to most people's minds are tacky, plastic pieces of cheap China crap. Dual-SIM phones don't elicit the same emotional response as purpose built smartphones -...

Review: Sony VAIO T13 (SVT13115FGS)

While other notebook manufacturers have been releasing ultrabooks left and right, Japanese manufacturer Sony has strangely been quiet until the announcement of their VAIO T series last May. Since then, many tech pundits have...

Review: LG Optimus 4X HD

We did a detailed hands-on of the LG Optimus 4X HD before, and today we're finishing up the review by posting the performance numbers and other features that we missed during that article. Reading...

First Impression: Samsung Galaxy S III

      It has finally arrived at the Gadgets office, and I have the good fortune to do the unboxing. Here goes!   The first thing you notice as soon as you pick the S III up out...

Review: Samsung Series 5 Ultra

It’s easy to find ultrabook nowadays that promise performance in a thin and light package. Its way harder to find an ultrabook that has both, and can be realistically purchased by mortal men. Samsung’s...

Review: LG Optimus L7 P705 (P700)

LG has set its sights on the mid- and low- end market with their L series of phones. We’ve reviewed the budget friendly L3 a few weeks back and now it’s time to set...

Review: Samsung 55-inch ES8000 Smart TV

We initially did a in-depth hands on before on Samsung's Smart TV offering, the 55-inch ES8000 that could almost be called a review, but in truth it lacked a few important details. Stuff like...

Review: HTC One X

While HTC did well enough at the start of 2011, the Taiwanese company took a bit of a pounding at the tail end of the same year. Some analysts attributed the loss to the...

Review: LG 55LM9600

Today's TV's aren't just about being able to deliver HD and 3D content anymore. The field of battle has shifted dramatically to internet connectivity, with all three major players (Samsung, Sony and LG) offering...

Review: Nokia Lumia 710

Everyone knows that Nokia lost its way with Symbian and their lack of vision for the future of their smartphones – while companies like Google and Apple pushed the boundaries of what smartphones are...
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