Monday , September 26 2016

Reviews

Oppo F1 – Review

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The age of the Chinese Smartphone OEM dominating the market is right around the corner. I don’t mean Chinese manufacturing like many OEM’s already do to one degree or another, no I mean the age of a Chinese OEM who designs, builds and distributes their own Smartphone to the world …

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Asus ZenWatch 2 — Review

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Asus has released its second Android Wear watch on the market with the ZenWatch 2, available at retail from $296 for the standard leather band edition or $366 for the stunning metal band. The company hasn’t deviated far from the original in making the ZenWatch 2. At first glance, there’s …

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ZTE Blade V6 — Review

ZTE Australia has certainly gone from strength to strength, with the company bringing a suite of prepaid devices for two of the major telcos. ZTE has also broadened their scope to include a few unlocked devices, including the Blade S6 which we reviewed last year and the Blade V6. Like …

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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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