All Product Articles tagged ‘technostorm’
LG Electronics has just announced two new OLED TVs for the Singapore market. Both have a 55-inch screen size and support DVB-T2, but one is curved and the other is flat.
The R1 is the midrange offering from the Chinese phone maker, Oppo. Equipped with a 5-inch 720p display and an 8-megapixel rear camera, is the R1 worth considering over other value-oriented 5-inch smartphones in the market? We find out in this review.
While not Samsung's first mirrorless system camera, the NX Mini is definitely the smallest. So what does it have to offer? We sum up our initial hands-on experience.
The WRT1900AC router is Linksys' latest flagship router and supports the Wireless-AC standard and packs a 1.2GHz dual-core processor under its hood as well as four massive external antennae for the best possible coverage. We take a quick peek to see what this new monster router has to offer.
When someone mentions Samsung, most people will think of smartphones, tablets and televisions. But the Korean conglomerate is expanding into a whole new territory of business printers as revealed in a recent visit to its headquarters in Seoul, Korea. Read on to find out why.
Beware, gaming notebook makers. Here comes competition in the form of the 17.3-inch Aorus X7 that's packed with twin NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M GPUs. This brawny powerhouse comes in a 22.9mm slender package that rivals an Ultrabook, but yet it packs serious gaming firepower. Tune in to our review for the full details!
Samsung had another go at the Android-powered point-and-shoot segment with the Galaxy Camera 2. But is it better than its predecessor or should you hang on to the original? We share our experience in this review.
Announced earlier this year at CeBIT 2014, the new Plextor M6S SSD has finally arrived on our shores. We put it through its paces to see how it fares against the current crop of mainstream SSDs.
The MSI Nightblade is a compact barebone mini-ITX system featuring the Z87I Gaming AC board, bundled with a 650W Gold Plus PSU and a slot-load ODD. Just choose your own CPU, memory, graphics card and storage options to complete this mini gaming system, but can it compete with regular full sized systems? Find out in our review!
With Microsoft Office now available for iPad, you may be looking for a good keyboard to turn your iPad into a productivity device. Brydge's iPad keyboards essentially turn your iPad into a mini MacBook, and the Brydge+ model even includes built-in stereo speakers. We find out if it's any good.