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LG Nexus 4 Review

The LG Nexus 4 or Google Nexus 4 is the 4th reincarnation of the Nexus smartphone and this time, it’s LG’s turn to show the world what they cooked up with Google, and it’s beautiful I tell you.

LG Nexus 4 1

What makes this an interesting piece of device is that it’s the first Android phone that supports wireless charging and is also the first Nexus phone that’s priced really low for its specs ($349 for the 16GB)… for Google Play countries only that is.

Here in our country, this...

Apple iPad Mini Review

The iPad Mini is one of those more daring moves Apple has made recently. Despite its previous pronouncements that they won’t make any tablet smaller than 10 inches, they’ve now given up to the idea that a 7-inch could be the ideal size. Check our full review of the iPad Mini after the break.

Several years back, when Apple first introduced the iPad, Steve Jobs stressed that the 10-inch display is the most comfortable tablet size that people will appreciate. He dismisses the 7-inch category as too small.

This year, Apple finally gave in to market forces and was pressured to offer a smaller, thinner and more affordable iOS tablet.

Design and Construction

While most other tablets designed their...

Olympus PEN E-PL5 Review

by: Ronnie Bulaong

Olympus has come a long way since they released their first Micro Four-Thirds back in 2009. This year, they released the PEN E-PL5 which supposed to be the successor of the PEN Lite E-PL3 which was made available in the market back in June of last year. Let’s take a closer look at Olympus’ latest creation and see what they have in store for us.


Olympus PEN Lite E-PL5

Before we start dissecting the PEN E-PL5, here’s a bit of a background about this Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera. Contrary to its number suffix, the PEN E-PL5 is actually the 4th Micro Four-Thirds...

LG Optimus Vu Review

The phone/tablet or “phablet” market is a fairly small one, but one that LG didn’t want to leave untapped. We can safely say that the LG Optimus Vu is their answer to the popular Samsung Galaxy Note / Note 2.

LG Optimus Vu 01

However, the Optimus Vu is unlike your typical “phablet” having a 4:3 aspect ratio display making it more like your typical e-Book reader or a smaller iPad mini. It’s a very unique and bold proposition coming from LG that they’re hoping will attract...

Nokia Lumia 900 Review

Seeing another Lumia phone from Nokia always excite me as the WP7 platform is clearly gaining more limelight along with Android and iOS. Previously, we had a chance to talk about the Lumia 610 and the Lumia 800 which both have impressed us so far. Now the Nokia Lumia 900 paid us a visit for a review so let’s see how it fares up with the previous Lumia models.


As with all Lumias, it also comes in more than 2 colors such as the usual black and white...

Gigabyte U2442V Ultrabook Review

The U2442 is Gigabyte’s entry to the ever slimming ultraportable laptop market. For a notebook this thin, it sure packs a punch with its innards. Gigabyte really made the U2442 sleek and stylish. The brushed aluminum lid really looks good. The keyboard pretty much looks like a MacBook at first glance. It sports a 14” 1600 x 900 LCD screen which is bright and outputs vibrant colors.

Gigabyte U2442V 02


This notebook is incredibly thin for the specs you’ll get. The build feels...