All Product Articles tagged ‘technostorm’
The original Aurvana Live! headphones were well received by audiophiles looking for a good set of headphones without breaking the bank. We find out if the Aurvana Live! 2 lives up to it's pedigree in our review.
ASUS's PixelMaster camera technology may not sound new, but it is enhanced and improved for the ZenFone series. We compile five things you need to know about the updated PixelMaster feature.
The launch of the 4th generation Intel Core processors brought with it a new LGA 1150 CPU socket and the Intel 8-series motherboards. We rounded up the top-end Intel Z87-based motherboards from five manufacturers (ASRock, ASUS, ECS, Gigabyte, MSI) and put them through their paces. Find out who came out on top!
Casio jumps onto the premium compact bandwagon with the Exilim EX-100. Just recently announced, we had the opportunity to try out the camera in Bali. Here's our first impression of Casio's premium compact.
With HTC, Samsung and Sony all releasing new flagship smartphones, you may be facing the dilemma of which one to buy. We've reviewed all three, but now it's time to compare them head-to-head.
Recognizing that cloud storage has become a big part of our lives, a host of new devices aimed at allowing users to have their own personal cloud has emerged. Here's an overview of the devices out there that can enable you to have your own personal cloud.
Nikon invited us to a sneak peek at the upcoming addition to their Nikon 1 series - the J4, as well as their new do-it-all travel lens, the AF-S DX Nikkor 18-300mm f3.5-6.3 VR. Check out more details within.
When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S5 at MWC in February, CEO JK Shin, said Samsung was "going back to basics." But with an IP67 dust and water resistant build, fingerprint scanner, heart rate sensor and phase detection autofocus, the S5 is anything but basic. Are these just more gimmicky features, or is this the next Galaxy evolution? We find out.
Panasonic's newest superzoom travel compact brings an electronic viewfinder and 30x optical zoom to the table, but drops the touchscreen display found in its predecessor. Will the camera as a whole be greater than the sum of its parts? Dive in to check out what we found!
The Xperia Z2 is Sony's latest flagship smartphone, and the replacement for the six-month old Z1. It utilizes almost the same IP58 rated aluminum and glass build as the Z1, but sports a slightly larger 5.2-inch display. It's also been upgraded to Qualcomm's Snapdragon 801 processor and is now running on Android 4.4 KitKat. Worth upgrading? We find out.