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The YotaPhone 2 is no ordinary Android smartphone; it comes with not one, but two displays - one on the front, the other on the rear. The YotaPhone 2 also packs notable specs, but more importantly, is this the smartphone concept of the future? We find out!
Review Oppo N3 phablet: Motorhead
The Oppo N3 is Oppo's latest flagship phablet. Now reduced to a more manageable 5.5-inch screen size, the quirky swiveling camera that lets you take high resolution selfies is back, only this time its motorized! Read on for our full review.
Feature Article NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960: 3-way custom card shootout
Three popular brands of custom GeForce GTX 960 graphics cards were rounded up for a mini shootout. Find out which of these cards from ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI, will appeal to you with their customized cooling solutions and GPU tweaking software.
If you have lots of wireless devices at home, AC3200 class routers are the way to go, simply because they broadcast three separate networks and offer the most bandwidth. Here we pit two of the largest and most outrageous against each other to find out which is best.
Hot on the heels of the FiiO X1, is FiiO's X3 II, a pocket-sized High Resolution Audio portable media player that can also act as a USB DAC for your laptop or PC. We got a chance to have an exclusive first looks with the player, and we're pleased to be able to share it with you here.
Feature Article Why NVIDIA is betting on powering Deep Learning Neural Networks
Deep Learning and NVIDIA - what exactly do they have in common and what does it mean for the future? That's what we'll attempt to establish in this feature, along with how it's associated with Knight Rider.
With its high resolution audio-capable DAC and powerful Class D amplifier, the Creative Sound Blaster X7 has certainly made waves in the audio community for its combination of features, quality, and price. And now we've finally been able to put one to the test. More after the jump.
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X is a card to be reckoned with; it features the latest Maxwell GPU with 3,072 CUDA cores and 12GB of GDDR5 video memory. It promises to make short work of the most demanding PC game titles and let the gamers immerse themselves in visual clarity of 4K gaming. Let's take a quick look at what it's capable of!
As the first 64-bit smartphone from Xiaomi, the Redmi 2 has huge shoes to fill in the entry-level smartphone market. Armed with a new Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core 1.2GHz processor, MIUI 6 OS, a thinner, lighter chassis and a slightly bigger battery, can the Redmi 2 defend Xiaomi's turf?