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RedFox WizDrive Review

A few weeks ago, RedFox Philippines sent us a bunch of units for review, one of which is the company’s multi-purpose device called WizDrive — a portable hard drive that has wireless functions and doubles as a powerbank.

Once in a while, we bump into really unique devices that we fancy. The WizDrive falls into that category.

Redfox WizDrive

Design and Construction

In terms of design, the WizDrive is as minimalist as it gets. No fancy trappings can be found in and around the actual device, just an ordinary looking external hard drive...

Lenovo Y510p Gaming Laptop Review

Launched fourth quarter of last year, the Lenovo IdeadPad Y510p is one of the best gaming laptops available today, featuring a 2.4 GHz Intel Core i7-4700MQ processor, 8 GB memory and an NVIDIA GeForce GT755M 2GB graphics card. We managed to get our hands on the Y510p, using it as our daily laptop for surfing, watching videos and gaming over the past few days. Check out how this high-performance gaming and multimedia laptop performed on our review below.



Cherry Mobile Cosmos One Review

Cherry Mobile has come a long way since they entered the local scene some five years ago. And they decided to celebrate their 5th year of doing business in the country by launching a limited edition smartphone called Cosmos One.

The Cosmos One has caused quite a stir because of its sub-Php7k price tag that’s almost unheard of for an octa-core smartphone. In this review, we’...

Audio Technica A700x Headphones Review

Warning: these headphones can be a gateway to the expensive world of audiophile equipment. If you’re looking for a balanced signature sound without breaking your bank, the A700x is a great way to start your venture in the Audiophile world.

The A700x is not that hard to power but an amp can greatly improve its performance, too bad I don’t have a portable amp here with me. Playing these from my desktop’s built-in sound card, they provide ample volume for you to enjoy...

Audio Technica ES500 Headphones Review

I’m about to introduce the younger sibling of the ATH-ES700. You can read more about the ATH-ES700 here. At first glance, you won’t notice any difference between the two as they are almost built the same. The major difference being that the ES500 is powered by smaller 40 mm drivers.

Obviously built for listening on-the-go as the ES500 is lighter than the ES700 by 40g. It’s seriously lightweight that...

LG G3 Review

With the success of the LG G2 last year, there was a lot of expectations on this year’s release from LG. Thus, we took our time to dig deeper into the new LG G3 to see if it met expectations. Check out our LG G3 review after the break.


With the stellar success of the G2, much has been anticipated with the launch of the LG G3. And it didn’t disappoint.

Design and Construction.

LG’s approach with the G3 was expected as the same formula worked well with the G2. This time though, LG went ahead and...