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Huawei Mate 20 Pro 8

Huawei Mate 20 Pro review: High-end performance

Chinese smartphone brand Huawei recently launched its flagship smartphone Mate 20 Pro in India. The smartphone is touted for its exquisite design, triple rear cameras, powerful Kirin 980 processor and so much more. You...

UE Wonderboom Freestyle Bluetooth speaker review: Louder than you can imagine

Ultimate Ears or UE is a sub brand of Logitech and they have been making some great audio accessories for mobile phones. The latest to come to the Indian soil is the UE Wonderboom...
Ubon SP-50 Wooden Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

Ubon SP-50 Wooden Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Review: A Vintage looking speaker with modern features...

Ubon, the Indian audio company, added a new wireless speaker to its list of products named Ubon SP-50 Wooden Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. The SP-50 comes with a wooden built with some parts created of...

YUFit Fitness band review: A cool rubberized fitness tracking wristband at an affordable price

The new generation of people are not getting enough time for fitness activities as their schedules are usually very busy. So, in order to stay fit and healthy, one can easily get a fitness...
nokia 7.1

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...
Vivo Y17

Vivo Y17 Review: A good looking mid-ranger with exceptional camera performance

The Vivo Y17 was launched a few weeks ago and it packs some of the trending features of 2019 like a water-drop notched display and triple-rear camera setup (to name a few). The smartphone...

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 review: Loooooong lasting

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1, now that is a long name for any phone. Don’t know what the makers were thinking when they were naming this smartphone. Moving past the super long name this...
zaap hydra xtreme

ZAAP Hydra Xtreme Bluetooth speaker review: Sturdy built meets superior sound quality

ZAAP Technologies recently launched its Hydra Xtreme Bluetooth speaker in India at a price of Rs 3,299. There are already a number of good affordable speakers available that will be giving the new offering...

Yu Yuphoria Review: A nice budget smartphone with Cyanogen 12 Android skin

Yuphoria brand by the Indian handset maker Micromax was written off by many at the start. However, the handset maker is doing decently well and the market is slowly waking up to them. The...

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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Vivo V15 review: A stunner that can click great selfies

A few weeks ago, Vivo launched its V15 Pro smartphone in India, which we thought was quite a performer. Now, the Chinese smartphone brand has launched Vivo V15 handset in the country that comes...

YU Yureka Plus Review: A stunning smartphone at an affordable price

Yureka brand by the Indian handset maker Micromax was written off by many at the start. However, the handset maker is doing decently well and the market is slowly waking up to them. The...
Motorola one power

Motorola One Power review: Powerful performance meets big battery

Motorola continues to be a loved technology company in India. And this is evident by the excitement created each time the smartphone maker launches a new device in the country. The case was no...
Amazon Echo Show review

Amazon Echo Show review: Alexa with a screen of its own

Last year, Amazon launched the second generation of its Echo Show smart speaker, which now has finally made its way in India. Amazon Echo Show is priced at Rs 22,999. At this price, it...

Nokia 8 Sirocco Review: A smartphone that packs both beauty and brains

Probably everyone who has used a Nokia device in the past wants to get their hands on HMD Global’s line-up of smartphones for this year. We, of course, weren’t an exception. With Nokia 8...
Alcatel 3T 8 Front

Alcatel 3T 8 tablet review: A good tablet for reading and multimedia

Alcatel, a French mobile handset maker owned by Nokia is known for making consumer friendly and affordable smartphones and tablets. Its smartphones and devices might not stand apart in terms of specifications or features,...

Asus ET2040 AIO: A basic all in one for your home needs (Review)

Investing in an all in one PC makes good sense because not only it saves you a lot of desk and under the desk space, but also uses less power to operate. Asus has...

Nokia 3.1 Plus review: Excellent design and superb battery life

HMD Global’s Nokia offerings this year have made us quite happy. We have used a number of their devices that have been launched this year and we were pleased with their performance. The company...
Moto G7

Moto G7 review: A budget smartphone that has the looks and brilliant gesture controls

Motorola launched its Moto G7 lineup in Brazil in February this year. The range comes with four smartphones including Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Power and Moto G7 Play. However, till now,...

Micromax Canvas Tab P690 Review: A good looking tablet at Rs 8,999

Micromax, the smartphone and tablet manufacturer has got yet another tablet in the Indian market that is in the budget segment. Called the Micromax Canvas Tab P690, we got to review it recently and...
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Micromax Infinity N12 review: A big-battery budget device

Micromax recently made a comeback with its Infinity N11 and Infinity N12 smartphones in India. The budget smartphones are the first by Micromax to come with a notch and they are touted for their...
Google Pixel 3a review

Google Pixel 3a review: The phone you want if you love photography

This year, Google did something it had never done before and launched the Pixel 3a and 3a XL (watered down versions of the previous editions). The smartphone comes with the same camera as Pixel...

Acer Nitro 5 Spin Review: Extreme gaming at minimal weight

There are not a lot of gaming machines out there in the portable segment that can do what the Acer Nitro 5 Spin can — deliver extreme performance and at the same time swivel...
vivo v15 pro

Vivo V15 Pro review: Flagship performance at a mid-range price

Vivo recently launched its V15 Pro smartphone in India that is touted to come with a triple rear camera setup, a pop-up selfie camera and an in-display fingerprint scanner. The company has also added...
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Denon Envaya Mini Bluetooth Speaker (Video Review)

We got our hands on the Denon Envaya Mini Blutooth speaker and we quite liked it. Here is our review of this nifty little device, which retails for Rs 11,500 in the Indian market....

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