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Sulabh Puri is the Editor In Chief of GadgetBridge.com. A content specialist, he started his career young and it has been a rewarding 15 years for him. Before heading Gadget Bridge, he was the Editor of Times of India (TOI) Technology and GadgetsNow.com. He has also led TOI’s international edit arm as the Editorial Head of Business Insider India and Tech Radar India. He has also worked with various media houses such as the India Today Group and Cybermedia. He loves everything ‘gadgety’ and enjoys tinkering with new tech toys and automobiles. A graduate in commerce from Delhi University, he is also an adept graphic designer. When he is not working, he can be found in the kitchen, cooking mouth-watering chocolate cakes and croissants.
Adcom Luminosa wireless headphones

Adcom Luminosa wireless headphones review: Great inexpensive sound

Adcom Luminosa wireless headphones were launched in India a little while ago and they fall in the inexpensive wireless headset’s category. We tested these over the ear headphone to see what makes the fat...
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Samsung Tab S5e Review: The finest Android tablet so far of 2019

Samsung will not leave any stone unturned this year, seems like. Its range of smartphones in the A and the M series are doing great and now is the turn of its tablets. Yes,...
vivo z1pro review

Vivo Z1Pro Review: A gaming beast within a budget

Vivo has consistently brought some of the best smartphones to India in the past couple of quarters. 2019 seems to be a good year for the Chinese company who has recently brought another scorcher...
asus vivobook x512

Asus Vivobook X512 15-inch laptop Review: Rock solid performance

The Taiwanese electronics manufacturer has just launched the new Asus Vivobook X512 in India. This is the 15-inch laptop that has been launched along with a 14-inch version, too. Looking at the last year's...
Yoga day

On fifth edition of International Yoga Day download this app or goto this website...

Today is the 5th edition of International Yoga Day. Honourable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated the proceedings of the 2019 edition of International Yoga Day. Are you one of those who...

OnePlus 7 Pro review: The game just got upgraded to a whole new level

We still remember how OnePlus started off with an invite-only way of buying a smartphone that had the works. It started with the OnePlus One and it was very intriguing for us to know...
Epson M1120 Printer review

Epson EcoTank Monochrome M1120 Wi-Fi Ink Tank Printer Review: Good inexpensive prints

At one point of time, HP used to dominate the deskjet home and office market in India. However, in the last couple of years, Epson has worked very hard and has taken a considerable...
Xiaomi Fail

Why Xiaomi keeps failing and is unlikely to succeed in Rs 20,000 plus smartphone...

Let’s face it Xiaomi is a “massy”, not a “classy” brand. They cut corners and do a lot of eyewash. Yes, they might be the biggest smartphone makers here currently, but that is mostly...
VU Premium Android 4K TV

VU Premium Android 4K TV 55-inch review: Out with a vengeance to take over...

One would not change their television as a mobile phone. That is because a good TV is an expensive proposition and also does not go bad as quickly as a mobile phone does. These...
Gaming Industry

Tete-e-tete with Yogesh Mudras of UBM India: How gaming revived in India and is...

Recently, we caught up with Mr Yogesh Mudras, MD, UBM India. We picked his brains on how the gaming industry in India is evolving and what role is the ecosystem playing in its growth....
td1630

Viewsonic TD 1630-3 Touch LED monitor review: Good for basic professional use

Viewsonic is not a new name in the Indian market when it comes to monitors or projectors. We recently got our hands on the Viewsonic TD 1630-3 Touch LED monitor to review it and...
best-looking gadgets launched in Q1 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10+ Review: Samsung gets it bang on!

Alright, so this is the tenth edition of the Samsung Galaxy S series and the company has put all its efforts to take on the competition by giving out the best from its camp....

HP Envy x360 review: No Intel, No Worry

To look at it, laptops have not evolved much over the last decade or so when it comes to design. Yes, we do see improvements but nothing is ground-breaking when it comes to the...
Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Gaming OC 6G

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Gaming OC 6G graphic card review: Gaming like never...

When compared to some of the other brands in the Indian market, Gigabyte might be newer. But they have gained tremendous ground in the last couple of years. If you would have asked us...

Volkswagen Connect App: A must have if you own a Volkswagen car

As car tech advances, more and more automobiles will be connected to a smart device like a tablet or smartphone. Many companies such as Volkswagen have realised this and are building apps around their...
asus zenbook 14

Asus Zenbook 14 review: Definitely a style statement, but at a price

Asus’s Zenbook series has been know for its stylish design, great looks and exceptional performance throughout the years. This time it is no different. New range of Asus Zenbooks were launched couple of months...

Samsung Galaxy M20 review: The budget king

It has been a while since we have seen budget smartphones from Samsung, which are aggressive in all aspects. Probably why their position was disturbed in the Indian market. However, 2019 is telling a...
benq gaming monitor

BenQ EL2870U gaming monitor review: Let’s get gaming!

BenQ is a company that has been producing great monitors for all types of use. Weather its regular office work or hardcore gaming their monitors hardly disappoint. The latest to come for gamers is...
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Samsung Galaxy M20: First Impressions

Samsung has been experimenting with the design and performance of its entry level smartphones since some time now and the outcome is the launch of Samsung Galaxy M20 and M10 smartphones. The Galaxy M20...

Kingston HyperX Savage EXO external SSD review: Extreme storage performance for gamers

Kingston has been making a lot of great solid state drives that are easy on the pocket and deliver best in class performance. We have been using Kingston’s internal SSDs since a long time...
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Nokia 7.1 Review: Jaw dropping beauty with exceptional performance

What a comeback it has been for Nokia. Now the HMD Global owned brand, Nokia is on the rise again. For almost half a decade the company was down and out, being kicked around...

Sony WH-1000X M3 headphones review: Pretty loud bang for your buck

I have been testing Sony’s gadgets since the past decade and a half. There have been highs and lows in Sony’s journey. However, now I would say it is a high point for Sony...
OnePlus 6T

OnePlus 6T Review: Better than before

Let’s face it OnePlus has made a mark in the industry and is one of the fastest selling smartphone brands in India. The company also has the biggest fan following and much of it...

Apple iPhone XR review: Brilliant performance at a lower price

When it comes to making futuristic machinery, which the world wants to copy, Apple is the first name that pops to anyone’s mind. Apple is known to build brilliant gizmos that not only look...

Blaupunkt 50-inch Smart LED TV with Soundbar Review: Big on screen, bigger on sound

In September Blaupunkt launched a sling of LED televisions in India. One of which is the Blaupunkt 50-inch Smart LED TV with Soundbar. This one particularly caught our attention since it was a combo...

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