AKG has taken one of its popular headsets and set it free from the cords that bind it. Here’s our review of the updated version of the AKG Y50 headphones, the AKG Y50BT. Given AKG’s reputation for awesome headsets, we think this one won’t disappoint.
TP-Link isn’t known for their smartphones. They make routers and other networking solutions and they make them very well. But, with how much the smartphone has taken over our lives, it seems a slice of this market was too tempting to pass up.
So they took a stab at making some smartphones. The result is the Neffos C5 line.
I got stuck when writing this review for the longest time. I spent an unnecessary amount of hours staring at a blank page in Google Docs trying to come up with an angle for this smartphone. Is it remarkable? No, absolutely not. Is it terrible? Nawp, that’s not right either.
What on earth do I call the OPPO F1 Plus then?
“I want a new phone that’s good but cheap. What should I get?”
You have no idea how many times I get asked that question. Mostly from my sister, but there are plenty from other people as well. Normally, this would be an easy question to answer, what with how far budget smartphones have come.
But, we usually look at a smartphone’s value, not necessarily at its price. Take something like the Redmi Note 3 for example: It’s great value, but being priced closer to RM1,000 doesn’t exactly make it “cheap”.
You can really get good phones for less money these days. Just two years ago, Huawei’s honor sub-brand had disrupted the market with its honor 3C. It blew everyone away, offering a decent 5” HD 720p display and 2GB of RAM for less than RM500. Never mind the glossy plastic body as you were getting a lot of phone for your money.
Leica. Leica, Leica, Leica.
That’s all anyone ever sees when they look at Huawei’s new P9 smartphone. It’s the first smartphone born from the German camera maker’s collaboration with the Chinese smartphone behemoth and it’s one of the most hyped flagships yet.
But y’know what, after one week with this smartphone, I’ve come to realise that there is so much more to it than the label tacked to its back.
PC gaming on the go used to be a novelty. Gaming laptops used to be big unwieldy beasts that held lots of power but were very impractical to bring around.
Times have changed and there has been an emergence of more affordable PC gaming notebooks that cater to gamers on a budget. The HP Pavilion Gaming notebook is one such device that offers gamers plenty of bang for their buck. Let’s take a look at see how this gaming machine performs.
Fitbit has been dominating the fitness wearable market for awhile now, but their wearable devices haven’t exactly been the best looking ones. Sure, the Charge HR and Alta are pretty sleek and minimalistic, but what if you wanted a big screen?
In the past, you would have been relegated to the Fitbit Surge, but that costs a pretty penny and, frankly, is anything but pretty. Chunky would probably be the best description. Well, now you have another option, meet Fitbit’s most stylish wearable yet — the Blaze.
One of the biggest problems when it comes to listening to your music on the go is that your ears become unfortunately occupied; making it difficult to be aware of your surroundings. But what if you could still listen to your music but keep your ears free? The Aftershokz Trekz Titanium bone conducting headphones aims to make that possible.