Huawei Mate 30 Pro Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro has technical specifications that make heads turn, so we were excited to make it go through our Uber-G Camera IQ image quality analysis to see how it stacks up against the iPhone 11 Pro, Galaxy Note 10 and others.

Lenovo ThinkPad X390 Review
The Lenovo ThinkPad X390 is a great option for users who want something a bit more compact than the X1 Yoga or T400, but more affordable than the X1 Carbon.

ZTE Axon 10 Pro ReviewEditor's Pick
The Axon 10 Pro was unveiled on 2019-02-01 and was initially geared towards the high-end market. At the publishing time of this review, the Axon 10 Pro was priced at $545 USD, and that makes it a “Premium” phone that doesn’t compete directly with “High-end” ones priced much higher.

LG gram 14 2-in-1 Review (2019)Editor's Pick
One of the rare ultralight laptops that can pass several military ruggedness certifications but it is not without tradeoffs

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Lenovo ThinkPad T490 ReviewEditor's Pick
Introduced earlier this year, the Lenovo ThinkPad T490 is a “do it all” business laptop that has a wide gamut of possible configurations, making it simple to deploy to various roles, from office workers to developer or even creative staff.

Samsung Galaxy Fold Review: 28 Days LaterEditor's Pick
The Galaxy Fold is now available in the U.S, shortly after selling out in Korea during its initial debut.It brings a new smartphone experience centered on what Samsung calls “a new dawn in display technology.” The company pitches the Fold as being “phone and tablet” in one device.

Lenovo X1 Carbon Gen7 Review (2019)Editor's Pick
Like clockwork, Lenovo announced a new ThinkPad X1 Carbon series earlier this year and with the lineup now on the market, including upcoming models with Intel’s 10th Gen processors, there isn’t a best time to publish a review.Specs Highlights 14” IPS LCD Display (several options) Intel Core i5, i7 (Gen8 or Gen10) 256GB to 1TB SSD Priced at $999+ (i5-8265U, 8GB, 256GB) Configuration as tested: Intel Core i7-8665U (+Intel UHD […]

Lenovo ThinkVision M14 Review: Next-Gen Portable DisplayEditor's Pick
The Lenovo ThinkVision M14 features some of the most desirable attributes of a portable monitor, read to see why.

iPhone 11 Pro Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
With the iPhone 11 Pro camera, Apple becomes competitive again and catches up to a full year of Ultrawide camera ubiquity at the Android high-end market.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Review
The Galaxy Note 10+ (and 10+ 5G) represents the technological peak of Samsung’s smartphone offering for 2019. We have tested the unique features that make the Note 10 series a “must-see” waypoint on your smartphone quest.

Honor 20 Pro Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
Key Camera Specifications and Uber-G Camera HW Score Rear Camera System (4 cameras) Primary: 26mm 48-MP f/1.4 wide (Primary) +OIS Zoom: 78mm 8-MP f/2.4 zoom +OIS Ultrawide: 17mm 16-MP f/2.2 ultrawide Macro: 27mm 2-MP f/2.4 wide The technical specifications show a rear camera system which is inspired by the work done on the Mate 20 Pro (the best mobile camera of 2018), but redesigned around new components, especially the 48 […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
The Galaxy Note 10 represent’s Samsung’s most powerful handset of 2019, and as such, potential buyers expect the best in terms of camera performance. We ran some side by side tests with the Galaxy S10+ camera, which we previously reviewed in-depth, along with other phones such as the iPhone Xs Max and the Huawei P30 Pro for high-stakes performance comparison.

Form Swim Goggles With AR Display Review
As a casual swimmer, I was excited when trying the Form Swim Goggles with AR display for the first time – out of the water- during a meeting with Form’s founder Dan Eisenhardt and Olympian swimmer Scott Dickens, who is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Form. It is the first wearable device that allows users to track their key swimming stats in real-time, without stopping to look at their […]

Lenovo Smart Clock Review
Smart Display assistants have pushed the boundaries farther than “speaker assistants” and are great for the living room, office, or kitchen. However, the bedroom is the next frontier, and, in that location, smart clocks seem like the most convenient form smart assistant can take.