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Canon Pixma MX927 All-In-One Wireless Printer Review


Canon is a familiar printer brand and we are lucky to have a Canon printer with us to test. The Pixma MX927 is an all-in-one printer that supports wireless printing for small to medium sized offices and it will be interesting to see how it performs printing photos.

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The Pixma MX927 has a slew of neat features and I’d like to mention those before tackling the print quality for photos, starting with the all-in-one design. The Pixma MX927 can print, scan, copy, and fax documents – these vital...

Nokia Asha 502 Quick Review

Almost half a year ago, we had encountered the reimagining of the feature phone through the Nokia Asha 501. You can revisit our review of that here, but to cut it short, we called that device a phone of extreme potential. Months more given, the Finnish company outs the refined Nokia Asha 502. Has the brand evolved further since its creation? Only one way to find out.


Nokia Asha 502

As much as we...

Asus Transformer Book Trio hands-on, first impressions

The first time we saw the Transformer Book Trio was back in June during the Computex exhibition in Taiwan. This month, the Transformer Book will be released in the Philippine and we got a quick preview ahead of the launch.

On the outside, the Transformer Book Trio looks like the popular Vivobook X202 with its netbook-like form factor.

Yet, once you inspect closer, the laptop completely transforms into several configurations.

First, it’s a full-blown Windows 8.1 ultrabook — a full HD IPS LCD display, 4th-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 1TB HDD.


Sony Xperia Z1 Review, the best camera on waterproof phone

This year we’ve seen a slew of Sony Xperia flagships being brought in the market. We have the Xperia Z which was released last January, the huge Xperia Z Ultra released last June and we already have a successor to the Xperia Z which is the Xperia Z1 released this September. Seems that Sony means business and their flagships are really gaining attention.

We had a chance to get hold of the Xperia Z1 which boasts of a...

Asus Transformer Book T100 Review

Years ago, I sought for a powerful tablet that can help me with work & with play. That was the time I came across the Asus’ Transformer series which offered the keyboard dock that I needed & the internals that I wanted. Sadly, Android still can’t offer the level of productivity that I needed in a tablet.


Asus Transformer Book T100

Fast forward to the present, Asus continues the convertible Transformer form factor with the Transformer Book T100. It’s running on Windows 8.1 bundled with Microsoft Office 2013 + the keyboard, and it...

Alcatel One Touch Idol Mini Review


We’ve got another Mini on our hands, and this time it’s Alcatel One Touch Idol Mini. Head past the break for our full review of this budget-centric dual-SIM smartphone.

Unlike other Minis we’ve seen in the past, there isn’t much of a let down on the AOTIM in terms of specs and build quality. In fact, except from the screen size, this phone is near-identical to the One Touch Idol which we reviewed back in April.