Category: Laptop

Targus CityLite II Backpack: Review

I have never officially reviewed backpacks before, but I personally carry a backpack to work. I recall when I dumped my briefcase for a backpack, my wife asked if it looked too casual. Today, I believe it has become a norm to see office execs … 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

Dell XPS 11 Ultrabook Review

As tablets take over the mobile computing market share, laptops must break out from the physical limitations without compromising performance. Already, Samsung has been enhancing the Android platform with multi-window capability to let consumers run multiple apps at the same time, become more like Microsoft … continue

2013 in Summary

2013 has been another year of gadget reviews, a slight drop in numbers compared to 2012. This is within my expectations, because I am trying to balance my increase workload on my full-time career. In fact, I was impressed at how many reviews I have accomplished … continue

ASUS Router Review: RT-AC56U

Recently, I noticed that my D-Link router is not performing optimally. Coverage seems poorer at my apartment and the connection speed is not as speedy. When ASUS launched the new router, RT-AC56U, I decided to request for a review unit to try it out. Specs: … continue

Lenovo Flex 14: Laptop Review

Lenovo has introduced a new range of laptops that can fold over and beyond 180-degrees, but instead of re-using the “Yoga” name, they call it “Flex”. Here’s a brief comparison between the 2 product ranges. No Tablet Mode Unlike Yoga, the Flex can only fold … continue

HP ENVY x2: Windows 8 Tablet Laptop Review

Back in October 2012, I have been invited by HP to preview their range of Windows 8 devices. The ENVY x2 stands out to me. 6 months later, I finally received a review unit to re-impress me. Specs: Intel Atom Z2760 1.8GHz processor 2GB SDRAM … continue

Dell XPS 12: Quick Review

Regular readers of my blog would know that I reviewed and eventually purchased a Lenovo Yoga 13 so that I can fully enjoy Windows 8 touch experience. Back then I did not have access to the Dell XPS 12 review unit, and although I have … continue

Logitech Wireless Touchpad T650

If your life depends on a large touchpad or if you are running Windows 8 on a non-touchscreen device, you might want to consider getting an external touchpad to make your life easier. Here’s one from Logitech. Recommended Retail Price: S$109 Connectivity: Wireless with Unifying … continue

Bye to Mac, Back to Windows, Hi to Yoga

After 13 months of my first and only MacOS-based laptop, the Macbook Air, I replaced it with Windows 8 laptop, the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13. Why I choose Windows 8 over Mac: I am still used to Windows software and Windows way of system handling. … continue

Logitech Multi-Device Wireless Keyboards

With the announcement of Microsoft Windows 8 and the increasing popularity of tablets, Logitech has also launched a handful of new keyboards, mice and input devices. Here are 2 multi-device wireless keyboard products I reviewed: Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Windows 8, Windows RT and Android 3.0+ … continue

Logitech Keyboards Review: K310 and K400r

Here are 2 special-purpose USB keyboards from Logitech that might interest a group of device users. K310 Washable Keyboard Recommended Retail Price: S$59 Connectivity: wired USB Compatible devices: Windows Award: International CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree Product Information: The Logitech K310 is … continue

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13: Ultrabook Tablet Review

With Windows 8 launch supporting touch interaction comes hoards of new computer models with innovative designs to cater for consumers with different needs. One of them is the Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 13, a 13.3-inch ultrabook that literally bends over backwards to offer multiple ways of … continue

Asus VivoTab RT: Review

The VivoTab RT (TF600T) is a lightweight tablet running on the latest Windows RT. Its hardware spec is similar to its Android-based Transformer series. – NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core 1.3GHz processor – 2GB RAM – 32GB user memory – 10.1″ Super IPS+ Display, 1366×768 – … continue

Remote Access Android From PC

If you are looking for apps to access your smartphones via computers, TeamViewer has released one. The free app TeamViewer QuickSupport for Samsung smartphones and tablets enables you to remotely control these devices. The app supports Samsung phones and tablets with original firmware and Android operating … continue

ASUS Windows 8 Mega Launch

ASUS has probably broken the record with the most number of Window 8 devices announced in a single launch event. Here’s a breakdown: Gaming Desktop PC Delivering the highest specs for the most demanding user. ASUS ROG TYTAN CG8480 The ROG TYTAN CG8480 Desktop PC … continue

Microsoft Windows 8 Pushes Product Innovation

The great thing about Microsoft Windows 8 OS launch is the overwhelming volume of computing products that every manufacturers are pushing out these few months, and in my opinion, has leveled the playing field. Since the operating system is identical, each brand has to innovate … continue

Dell XPS 14: Ultrabook Review

Dell XPS ultrabooks are beautifully designed, delivers high performance and made of premium quality. The XPS 14 is one of the heaviest “ultrabook” in the market. It weighs 2.1kg, while most competitors would be pushing for a weight below 1.6kg. But it offers one of the … continue

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