Galaxy Note 9 Review: Hands-On  Editor's Pick

Like clockwork, Samsung releases its Galaxy Note 9 to push the envelope of the whole Galaxy Series 9 for the remainder of 2018. The Galaxy Note continues to be the company’s technologically leading smartphone with an emphasis on things that require more power and battery: productivity, creativity, multimedia and even games/VR.


LG G7 Review  Editor's Pick

After our initial look at the LG G7 ThinQ (we’ll call it LG G7) we had time to look at several firmware updates and test it with the latest firmware available to customers. We also had face to face time with LG engineers and product marketing personnel who contributed to building this phone. They provided invaluable information and insight into the goals, challenges, and results of all the work that lead […]


Huawei P20+P20 Pro Review  Editor's Pick

The Huawei P20 Pro is an excellent representative of the new family. The new design is elegant, but packs an impressive battery capacity.


Google Pixelbook Review  Editor's Pick

Even with the Core i5 edition, the Pixelbook delivers an exemplary, flawless web experience, with a user interface that can be smoother than more powerful PCs.


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Lenovo Smart Display Review  Editor's Pick

After the avalanche of smart speakers, a new generation of more powerful digital assistants has come: the smart display.


SiOnyx Aurora Night-Vision Camera Review: Own The Night  Editor's Pick

WWe test the SiOnyx Aurora Night-Vision camera equipped with Black Silicon technology. It can record impressive color videos when other cameras only see black outlines


Huawei Matebook X Pro Review

Bottom-line: The Huawei Matebook X Pro is extremely well balanced and perfectly embodies the idea of laptop mobility


Lenovo ThinkPad T480s Review

Bottom-line: A do-it-all laptop configurable for any task, from $1200-$2000. It has Plenty of ports, including HDMI, RJ45, TB3 and weighs only 2.86 Lbs, with a MIL-STD-810G certification.


Lenovo ThinkPad L380 Yoga Review  Editor's Pick

Bottom-line: The L380 Yoga brings beloved ThinkPad features to the sub-$1000 price range. It is Compact and Robust, Cost-effective and has Plenty of ports


Nokia 8 Review  Editor's Pick

The Nokia 8 was the first flagship smartphone from HMD Global, the Finnish company that bills itself as “The Home of Nokia Phones.” It’s a handset of many firsts for the company, the first to feature ZEISS optics, the first flagship to be milled from a single block of 6000 series aluminium, and its first handset with a Snapdragon 835 chip. It was up against the 2017 crop of flagships […]


HTC U12+ Review

The HTC U12+ was unveiled on May 23rd 2018 and was initially built for the High-end market. At publishing time, the HTC U12+ was priced at $799 USD. As such, it will compete with the best handsets available today, regardless of their prices (most likely on the subsidized market). We will update this article when we get the retail unit which will be suitable for benchmarks and final photo tests. For […]


Sony XPERIA XZ2 Review  Editor's Pick

A phone full of technological prowess, if you can look past its design and weight. The Sony XPERIA XZ2 is not the no-brainer choice, but has pluses worth checking.


Lenovo X1 Carbon Review (2018, Gen6)

Like clockwork, Lenovo announced its 2018 X1 Carbon Gen6 laptop at CES 2018. It’s been on the market for a couple of months now, so it’s an excellent time for a review of the “tip of the spear” of the Lenovo X series, which Lenovo describes as the “Ultraportable Productivity Tools.” Designed for business, the X1 Carbon promises extreme portability and durability, two concepts that rarely mix, yet the five […]


Huawei Y9 Review

The Huawei Y9 was unveiled in March 2018 and was initially aimed at the Low Mid-Range market ($150-$250). At publishing time, the Huawei Y9 was priced at around $230 USD. This is an extremely competitive price point where there is a lot of competition, and therefore a lot of potential alternatives. Let’s see how this handset fares, here comes the full review.