Thursday , August 25 2016

Reviews

Oppo R7s — Review

Oppo are huge in China, but they haven’t quite reached the same level of huge elsewhere. At least, they haven’t caught up with the likes of Samsung, Motorola, Huawei, or HTC just yet. The name doesn’t really excite too many people and without a real blockbuster phone to their name …

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Nextbit Robin — Review

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Nextbit’s Robin is the beginning of a curious new age for Android devices. The company’s first smartphone is a darling of Kickstarter crowdfunding, quickly blowing through its funding goal late last year, and establishing itself as a hot device amongst tech-savvy consumers. Now, the phone is here and it’s time …

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Asus Chromebit — Review

Chrome OS has been put onto many form factors since it was first introduced, laptops (Chromebooks), desktops (Chromeboxes and Chromebases) and now they’re invading the new stick computing trend that Intel first introduced, with the Asus Chromebit. Since Google and Asus first announced the Chromebit, I’ll admit I’ve been lusting …

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Review — Xiaomi Mi Note Pro

In the Australian market, we can be a little blinded to the larger worldwide Android manufacturer ecosystem, especially when said devices live outside the Googleverse. Case in point, Xiaomi is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of Android phones, and smartphones in general (3rd largest at last count). I recently …

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Google Pixel C — Review

Android tablets have occupied an interesting space in today’s technology landscape; somewhere between bargain basement junk that no one is ever actually seen buying, but they definitely buy, and moderately priced tablets that seem to be good at a superficial level, but just aren’t. There are outliers in the field, …

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