Home Reviews

Reviews

HTC Google Nexus 9 Review: The Hottest Device in Town!

HTC Google Nexus 9 Review

Bring on the Android Revolution! For the longest time, iPad had become synonymous to the term tablet. Every kid on the block had one! Well, guess who’s in town to throw an open challenge?Google returns, and this time, hand-in-hand with HTC! In spite of being released in 2014, we are yet to see a tablet that can beat this model.We are …


Canon EOS 760D/Rebel T6s Review (2017): The Best and Worst

The Canon EOS 760D/Rebel T6 is the latest entry in the upper-level DSLR section. This is considered as the worthy successor of EOS 700D/Rebel T5i. Looking at the different features, one can easily note that the sensor resolution has been boosted from 18 to 24 megapixels. Some new features as compared to its predecessors   As you look into the …


Movavi Photo Editor Review: An Easy-to-Use Yet Potent Editor

Movavi Photo Editor Review An Easy-to-Use Yet Potent Editor

While there are lots of photo editors out there nowadays, finding one that is just the right fit is never easy. Some of the more powerful editors require lots of experience before their features can be harnessed, while the more basic and simple editors can be crippling due to their limitations.   Compared to most other editors, Movavi Photo Editor …


Review: Micromax Canvas Knight 2, a fighter phone with a mixed response

Micromax Canvas Knight 2

India's domestic mobile maker “Micromax” is a big player in the mid-range phone segment. Not just in India, it is in the list of the top 10 smartphone brands, globally, in terms of its shipments. In July 2015, the company made another addition in its Knight series, launching it as “Micromax Canvas Knight 2”, the successor to the “Canvas Knight” …


Microsoft Surface Book Review: The perfect rival to Apple’s MacBook

Microsoft Surface Book

Lo and behold! Microsoft has finally come up with its very own laptop or its brainchild per se. Amongst the Dells and the Apples and the Lenovos of this world, we’ve secretly always wanted Microsoft to build its own laptop. Being one of the foremost tech juggernauts of the 21st century, some would say that it was about time. Gone …