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Despite three aging three years since its release, the Google Nexus 7 (2013) continues to be relevant as a well-performing tablet at a rock bottom price.  This tablet is...

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Launched in early 2015, the Asus Zenfone 2 is an excellent mid-range phone developed by a company not usually associated with phones.  The Zenfone 2 sports an Intel Atom CPU,...

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Surface Pro 4: three steps forward, one half-step back

Every few years Microsoft develops their own Surface-branded device to provide a user experience exactly as Microsoft intended.  On October 26, 2015, Microsoft released the fourth retail revision of their...

Sony 48″ Smart TV (‘R550): good tv, great value

We love Sony products because they are one of the few manufacturers that largely produce flicker-free devices.  The Sony KDL48R550 is part of the Sony 'R550' series of televisions...

LG G Pad 3 8.0 / G Pad X 8.0 – Sneak peak into...

UPDATE:  In early 2017 the LG Gpad 3/X 8.0 received a software update to Android 7 Nougat.  This update also introduced a number of improvements with respect to color...

LG G Pad 3/X 8.0 – Comfort View arrives with Android 7.0 update

We had a look at the LG G Pad 3 8.0 (also known as the LG Gpad X 8.0 in the United States) in October 2016 and while we appreciated...

Acer Aspire E 15 (E5-575-33BM): confirmed PWM flicker

Acer recently released to the U.S. market the Aspire E 15 featuring 7th generation Intel Core CPUs.  Particular model tested is E5-575-33BM.  Of note, this model retails for only $350 USD....
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Sony Xperia M4 Aqua review

Sony launched the Xperia M4 Aqua in late 2015 and hardly anyone paid attention.  It's a small phone with a screen of just 5 inches diagonal and with mediocre...
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