HP Pavilion 15 p029TX Review: Bright and Cheerful

HP’s latest range of laptops comes in a variety of colours, and we have the bright blue Pavilion 15 p029TX with us for review today. Obviously, the colour won’t appeal to everyone, but it...

Seagate Wireless Plus Review: No Ordinary Hard Drive

The shift from PCs and laptops to tablets and smartphones has brought about quite a few shifts in habits and expectations. Different devices have different capabilities and you don’t always hav...

Asus PadFone X: First Impressions Review

Companies often blend old products to give you something new. This summer, AsusTek Computer Inc. claims you don’t need both a phone and a tablet – as long as you get its new PadFone X. Th...

Asus ZenFone 6 Review: Huge and Affordable

If you had analysed the buzz on social networking websites after the launch of Asus’ ZenFone series in India, it would look like the ZenFone 5 stole all the attention from its sisters. The ZenF...

LG G3 Review: Taking Smartphones to a Whole New Level

LG was notably missing in action when the rest of the world’s biggest Android smartphone makers unveiled their 2014 flagships at or around the Mobile World Congress trade show. Sony, Samsung an...

Sony Xperia Z2 Review: A Top-Tier Contender

Sony is steadily climbing up the smartphone market share rankings, thanks to recent launches that have worked very well in their price bands. The company has had its ups and downs over the years, wit...

LG L90 Dual Review: New Wine in an Old Bottle

LG competes with Samsung in nearly every imaginable category of electronics and appliances, but while both companies are well known for TVs, refrigerators and air conditioners, Samsung clearly has th...

Lenovo Vibe Z Review: Big and Bold

Lenovo might be a respected name as far as laptops and PCs are concerned, but that doesn’t mean that people will automatically take to its smartphones. In a crowded market with multiple choices...