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Samsung Galaxy S5 Review

 

The Galaxy S5 is the 5th-generation of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S line and, like the Apple iPhone, has gone thru many years of refinement. Check out our full review of the Samsung Galaxy S5 after the break.

Announced in Mobile World Congress in Barcelona back in February, the Galaxy S5 tried to incorporate features and functions to make itself the singular, most-compelling handset in Samsung’s line-up.

In this review, we gave more attention and focus on those new features to see if the improvements were apt or it was another round of gimmicky inclusions....

JBL Pulse Quick Review: Music and Lights in Action

Sometimes a good sounding speakers isn’t enough. We look at other features and functions that make it great — like NFC, water-proof, dust-proof, and the like. In the case of the JBL Pulse, it’s the LED visualizer that makes it stand among the rest.

The first time I actually saw the Pulse was during CES 2014 back in January when I was invited to visit the Harman exhibit at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas.

They had the entire ballroom to themselves (separate from the official CES Exhibition Halls) to showcase audio equipments from JBL, Harman-Kardon and Infinity. While...

JBL Pulse Quick Review: Music and Lights in Action

 

Sometimes a good sounding speakers isn’t enough. We look at other features and functions that make it great — like NFC, water-proof, dust-proof, and the like. In the case of the JBL Pulse, it’s the LED visualizer that makes it stand among the rest.

The first time I actually saw the Pulse was during CES 2014 back in January when I was invited to visit the Harman exhibit at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas.

They had the entire ballroom to themselves (separate from the official CES Exhibition Halls) to showcase audio equipments from JBL, Harman-Kardon and...

Acer Iconia W4 Review

More and more manufacturers are offering 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablets to the market. Acer is among the first ones, starting off with the W3 from last year. This time, they’re positioning the Iconia W4 as a netbook replacement. Check out our full review below to learn why we agreed.

Microsoft went out to answer the growth of Android tablets and the iPad with yet another touchscreen-optimized tablet but it never really took off. That’s the reason why they have since abandoned Windows RT.

The update to Windows 8.1 and the re-positioning of 8-inch and 10-inch tablets like the Iconia...

ASUS FonePad Note 6 Review

After almost nine months after our first encounter, ASUS Philippines was kind enough to lend us the FonePad Note FHD 6 for review. Check out our thoughts about this six-incher in our full review after the jump.

Design and Construction

The FonePad FHD Note 6 doesn’t look or feel like a premium device right on the onset, at least not from the design standpoint that is. This is mainly due to the plastic make of the handset, not to mention the rather thick bezels that border the phone’s huge, 6-inch display.

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Asus MeMO Pad 10 Review

 

The Asus MeMO Pad 10 is one of those tablets poised to be seen in the affordable price point. It packs a decent set of internals – from the 10-inch HD display to the software and the Rockchip CPU; does it have what it takes to be a must buy? Read on our review to find out.

Asus MeMO Pad 10

Design and Construction

At first touch, the MeMO Pad feels very solid, light and well-constructed. It is made out of matte rubbery plastic material on the back and we really like...

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