Category: Tablet

LAUT QUINT-X2 USB Charger Review

LAUT is a company who designs and manufactures smartphone accessories. Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany with offices in Hong Kong and USA, their catalogue are mostly accessories for iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Samsung Galaxy S7/S8, like casings, cables, chargers, screen protectors. The iPhone casings are quite gorgeous, … continue

ASUS Transformer 3 Pro Review (T303UA)

The Microsoft Surface tablet’s iconic design has stood the test of time. Its built-in kickstand and cover keyboards are now inspiring other manufacturers with their own versions. ASUS latest Windows tablet, Transformer 3 Pro, is one product. Windows as a Desktop Despite years of Microsoft … continue

2016 In Summary: Best Products Reviewed

2016 is an exceptional year for me and my blog. I published 144 articles, averaging 12 posts per month. I reviewed almost 40 headphones and earphones, 5 speakers, around 20 smartphones and tablets, 15 wearables, 11 cameras, and 5 cars. Every single product tested and … continue

ASUS ZenPad 3 8.0 Review (Z581KL)

The new ASUS ZenPad 3 looks like a normal Android tablet but it is filled with top-spec hardware at a mid-range price. Check this out: it supports voice calls, 300 Mbps LTE mobile data, 2048 x 1536 2K IPS display, dual band Wi-Fi 2.4GHz and … continue

Fynd: On-site Smartphone and Tablet Repair

My colleague broke her smartphone display last week, and I took the opportunity to grab a photo moment. Always fascinated with the crack lines, such random beauty that is never the same with each destruction. She had to go about her entire day without a … continue

LAMY screen Review: Stylus Ballpoint Pen

This is my very first formal review of a pen. Well, technically-speaking, it is classified as a gadget accessory, since it has a screen stylus on the other end of the pen which you can use on touch screen devices, from smartphones to tablets and even … continue

ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi: Ultrabook Review

The new ASUS Transformer Book T300 Chi is launched as the world’s slimmest detachable laptop and retails in Singapore at S$1498. Compared to previous iterations, ASUS has made some design changes – and minor sacrifices – to transform into such a sleek and portable machine. … continue

2014 In Summary

It’s been another exciting 12 months. It amazes me how many gadgets I have actually touched and reviewed – 56 products in all (more than in 2013). In 2014, I was determined in increase my audio products reviews, and did it. Mobile devices continue to … continue

Christmas Gift Guide 2014

This is the first time I have created a Christmas Gift Guide for my blog readers, because in recent months I have reviewed a handful of really excellent products that don’t break the bank, that are affordable as gifts this holiday season. In case you … continue

ASUS Padfone S LTE Review: Great Value

ASUS started its Padfone series back in 2012. As the name suggests, it’s a 2-in-1 smartphone and tablet. The phone unit docks into the station for big-screen tablet interaction and extended battery life. Since the inception, the Padfone series have focused on premium materials, flagship … continue

Lenovo ThinkPad 8: 8.3-inch Windows Tablet Review

Small-screen Windows tablet is catching on. I recall one of the first 8-inch Windows tablets available was Acer W3. At S$500+, it was a tempting offer, but I wondered how usable can such a small-screen full-fledged Windows device be. Thanks to StarHub Community, I have … continue

ASUS Transformer Book V is a 5-in-1 Device

ASUS has raised the bar for converged computing. After the ASUS Transformer Book Trio, the just-announced ASUS Transformer Book V comes with a smartphone that docks. It’s just like Padfone with Station, except that it also runs Windows 8.1. This time round, ASUS built everything … continue

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga: Review

I have been a long time ThinkPad laptop user, thanks to my company’s wise decision to procure ThinkPad laptops for office use. My first Lenovo laptop (X61) lasted me almost 5 years before my IT department replaced it with my current ThinkPad X230. Lenovo keyboard … continue

3 Reasons Why Telegram is Awesome

Here’s a 19-billion dollar question: what is it about Telegram that makes consumers want to switch from Whatsapp? Like many early adopters, I installed Telegram just to see if it’s worth the switch. Initially, I was somewhat disappointed to see that Telegram GUI is a … continue

Samsung Galaxy Note PRO (12.2″ LTE): Review

Samsung has did it again with yet another tablet of an even larger screen size. Retailing at S$1198 (with LTE) in Singapore, the new 12.2-inch Samsung Galaxy Note PRO (SM-P905) is targeting at productivity users who want a respectable large screen for their demanding work. … continue

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