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The O+ Grande is a good phablet for media junkies

If you’re in the market for a large phone or "phablet" and you love consuming media, the O+ Grande might just be what you're after. It’s very much in keeping with other phones that have been released in response to the phablet craze that’s swept the industry.

Overall, the Grande’s a value-laden device - it’s not perfect, but it can certainly offer prospective buyers quite a considerable package.

What’s in the box
Pry open the orange-and-white box and you’ll be greeted by a velveteen enclosure that surrounds the phone - a nice touch considering that the Grande is far from a range-topping unit.


Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga Ultrabook Review

Ultrabooks, regardless of brand, have one thing in common – high-end productivity specs in a slim package. However, as more of these machines adopt Microsoft’s touch-centric Windows 8 OS, Ultrabooks evolved to break away from what is conventional. One good example is the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga. Find out why this Ultrabook differs from the rest by reading our full review below.

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Design and Construction

The ThinkPad Yoga is a laptop that is aimed at users with business and...

HTC One (M8) Review


HTC made one of the best-designed, probably the best one there is, smartphone in 2013. So they made a lot of great improvements, and a few not so great ones, for this year’s release. Check out our full review of the HTC One M8 after the break.

Right out of the box, the new HTC One M8 doesn’t look any different from the previous HTC One (M7). They both have the same aluminum unibody design, dual font-facing stereo speakers, and the 4MP ultrapixel camera.

There were subtle cosmetic improvements, a lot of them, which made an already great smartphone even better.


Dell Latitude 6430u Notebook Review

Dell has come a long way with their Latitude series notebooks built for business mobility and the Latitude 6430u is one of their latest offering for people looking for a durable and manageable vPro-enabled  Ultrabook.

While I didn’t use this notebook for business purposes so, this review is going to focus on the overall feel and experience of using it in a day-to-day basis away from an enterprise setup and its security which is one of the strengths of this machine.


The Dell Latitude 6430u is a 14-inch business-class Ultrabook with an illusion of being slim due to its magnesium frame contrasting its black lid and underside. It measures just 20.9mm and weighs 3.7 lbs. making it lighter than your...

Alcatel One Touch Scribe Easy Review

After the Alcatel One Touch Scribe HD, we’re now going in-depth with its lesser-powered yet more affordable sibling, the One Touch Scribe Easy. Let’s find out if it is worth the budget by reading our full review.


During the course of the review I’ll be comparing the Scribe Easy to the Scribe HD so I suggest getting to know the HD first by reading...

Dell Latitude 10 Review

A lot of people are looking for something portable yet powerful – in that case, maybe a tablet running full-on Windows 8. With an Intel Atom CPU, a 10-inch display and more, maybe the Dell Latitude 10 is the one you are looking for.

Design and Construction

When you first pick up the tablet, you’ll find that it has some heft. It feels solid as there is a matte rubbery feel across the back and to the sides. The tablet feels like it is rugged, but it actually isn’t.


On top you’ll find the SD card slot, the...