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Qooq - The First Culinary Tablet Made For The Kitchen
It’s always nice to see a product step out of the mainstream and do something different, and that’s something the Qooq does from the word go. This is a tablet designed solely for one task - to provide a kitchen-proof, digital recipe book for budding Masterchef contestants.
Kobo Aura HD - An Excellent Ebook Reader
No manufacturer of eBook readers has come closer to matching Amazon with the quality of its devices than Kobo, and it aims to snatch the lead with its latest model, the Aura HD. Aimed at “passionate booklovers”. It’s marketed as the Porsche of eBook readers, and at first glance it looks like one of those rare devices that matches the marketing boasts.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 8)
If you’re considering upgrading from an old Samsung phone, of course GS4 is the one you’d like to have. The knowledge that needs to be learnt will be little thanks to the consistent UI of TouchWiz and besides, in general it’s a great smartphone – the phone itself is the best Samsung devices we’ve used till now, and of course it will make One stand on fire.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 7)
In general, the premium phones gas newest and coolest accessories at release. As you may guess, Galaxy S 4 continues that traditions, as proved by daily performance and the synthetic test. This special smartphone has 2 outstanding versions: one uses 1.9GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 chipset and another uses 8-core Exynos 5 chip of Samsung running at 1.6GHz, the latter takes 4 Cortex-A15 processors and combines them with 4 A7 processors.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 6)
One of the most important respects of having 13MP camera is the amount of detail it can capture, and GS4 can capture more than the same images shot by One hay GS3. But the additional pixels are at their best when the image is magnified; GS4 can not only zoom in larger than One and GS3 but also allow more cropping and presents lots of clarity than other aforementioned devices.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 5)
Samsung has mass produced 8MP camera module for the premium phones since Galaxy S2, so it’s almost a shock when the company is ready to step up to 13MP model. As our experience with HTC One has confirmed, the number of MP doesn’t create a magnificent camera, but of course it doesn’t cause any damage .
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 4)
Galaxy S 4 has a unique ability we have never seen on other phones: compatibility with Mobeam. Haven’t heard of it? Don’t be afraid. This new company makes any standard bar code scanner – the grocery store is the most typical example, but it can expand to any script – scanning the digital coupon saved on your smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 3)
The new premium Galaxy device comes with a wave of new software. This won’t surprise anyone who’s familiar with Samsung; the company always creates a wave of features based on the new gesture and movements – along with many other apps and services – with each new version. Some of them are useful, but most are the tricks which seem to be designed as for their impressive factor.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 2)
Besides, GS4 uses the premium capacitive touch screen powered by Synaptics, which is also called ClearPad. This special screen has new tech with the name “3D-Touch” which gives the phone the ability to detect your finger from the distance of 2cm. it not only helps you to be able to use Air View without S Pen but also allows citizen from the cold-weather region touch the screen while wearing gloves if you’ve activated “extra sensitivity mode” in settings.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Review (Part 1)
Samsung Galaxy S4 is the newest and coolest phone from Korea. This was a hero, the chosen device to lead the attack of Samsung when it dug deeper in 2013, and it was equipped with the best: 1,080p Super AMOLED screen, quad-core 1.9GHz processor (or 1.6GHz Exynos 5 Octa 5410, depends on the market), Android 4.2, 13MP camera and many new firmware utilities etc.
Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ - The Lightest And Highest Resolution 9 Inch Tablet
The first time Barnes & Noble showed off the Nook HD+ was before Christmas last year. It all went quiet for a while, but the eagerly awaited 9in tablet has finally arrived, and it crams in a huge amount for the money. It’s another eBook reader/ tablet hybrid, and it runs a heavily customized version of Android, locked into Barnes & Noble’s own book, video and app stores.
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 - A Windows 8 Pro Tablet
Lenovo is no stranger to making business tablets, but its latest creation, the ThinkPad Tablet 2, is its first attempt at a serious-minded 10.1in Windows slate. With an IPS screen, an integrated stylus and an Intel Atom CPU promising all-day battery life, it could be the tablet your briefcase has been waiting for.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 - The Best Tablet To Land From The Korean Giant
As with the original Samsung Galaxy Note, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 comes rocking an S-Pen, Samsung’s stylish name for its stylus. And despite similarities with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1’s spec sheet blows the Tab 2’s out of the water, with a quad-core 1.4GHz processor and double the RAM.
Samsung Galaxy S4 - More Compact And Pocketable (Part 2)
As expected, the Samsung Galaxy S4 runs the latest version of Android (Jelly Bean 4.2.2), with a heavy dose of Samsung tweaks, courtesy of its TouchWiz UI. The most interesting of these are the new “touchless” features. This is where the new infrared sensor on the front comes into play, allowing you to answer the phone by waving your hand in front of the screen, to scroll through photos in the gallery or skip music tracks without touching the screen.
Samsung Galaxy S4 - More Compact And Pocketable (Part 1)
The Samsung Galaxy S4 is probably this year’s most anticipated smartphone, but after its glitzy New York launch in March, Samsung has taken its time getting the handset to market. Alas, this delay meant our official review sample hadn’t arrived at the time of publication, although the phone will be in shops by the time you read this.
Sony Speria T - An Android Camera Phone With The Best Of Everything From Sony
It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and is powered by a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, backed by 1GB of RAM. The 4.6-inch display uses Sony’s Bravia TV technology and on the back of the handset you’ll find the 13MP camera – one of this phone’s best features. There’s also NFC, something missing from Apple’s iPhone 5.
Asus Fonepad - A Compact Tablet Boasting 3G (Part 2)
Technically, the Fonepad is a perfectly adequate smartphone. We had no complaints about call quality, although the quiet speaker on the bottom edge means it isn’t ideal as a speakerphone. Since it uses a near-stock Android 4.1.2, there’s very little wrong with the dialer or the contact-management side of things, either.
Asus Fonepad - A Compact Tablet Boasting 3G (Part 1)
A compact tablet boasting 3G connectivity and phone features for a ludicrously low asking price, combined with excellent battery life, acceptable performance and a decent screen
Sigma 120-300mm F/2.8 DG OS HSM S Lens Review
When we pulled the Motorola Razr I out of its box, the first thing we thought was, “Wow – it looks like an iPhone 5.” We know that will have some Apple fan boys clutching their pearls, but hold the Razr I in your mitts and you’ll see what we mean. .
Motorola RAZR i - How Does The Droid RAZR M Fare With A 2Ghz Intel Processor? (Part 2)
When we benchmarked the RAZR i recently, we ran it through the same battery tests, in case any firmware updates brought any performance improvements. Motorola claims the Intel Atom Z2480 processor inside is capable of "up to 2GHz".
Motorola RAZR i - How Does The Droid RAZR M Fare With A 2Ghz Intel Processor? (Part 1)
RAZR i is also as cute as RAZR M. It has the same aluminum edges wrapping around a 4.3 inch screen and the same sloping chin. The device looks kind of tough; this is because of the special Kevlar backside of Motorola, although the aluminum rims begin to show itself underneath the black paintwork after some light scratches.
Nokia Lumia 720 – Attractive Design With Nice Lowlight Images (Part 3)
Audio quality through headphones are rich and well-balanced (though not as good as iPhone 4S), but don’t turn it too loud, because it will increase to the 11 and 30 level. Speakerphone will also deliver noise, though noise is low. Call quality are sharp, basically locking GPS is instant; and Bluetooth connection is stable when 720 finds any accessories you intend to pair with it.
Nokia Lumia 720 – Attractive Design With Nice Lowlight Images (Part 2)
The front camera of 720 is one of the main components making it stand out from the other WP8 models with the same core technical specs. While 520, 620, 8S and Ascend W1 all have 5MP to work with, 720 has 6.7MP BSI sensor, Carl Zeiss lens and f/1.9 aperture.
Nokia Lumia 720 – Attractive Design With Nice Lowlight Images (Part 1)
With the same-time release of Nokia Lumia 720 and Lumia 520, the Windows Phone 8 model race of Nokia was complete. All the WP8 phones we reviewed basically sit on 2 decks based on the general core technical specs.
Acer Iconia Tab A510 - A Special 'Olympic Edition' Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet From Acer
Acer is the latest manufacturer to gatecrash the Nvidia Tegra 3 party. With the quad-core grunt that Nvidia’s Tegra 3 system-on a chip provides, the Iconia Tab A510 will hit the upper echelons of the tablet hierarchy.
Asus Transformer Pad Infinity - A Top Android Tablet
The Transformer range of Android tablets has become the jewel of Asus’s crown and the best alternative to Apple’s new iPad. The Asus Transformer Pad Infinity keeps the excellent keyboard docking station that made the range famous and adds and much improved high-resolution screen.
HTC One X+ - The Best Android Phone Right Now?
The HTC One X+ isn’t a new hanset as such, because it shares many similarities with its brothe the HTC One X, but there are a few key upgrades in play here.
Huawei Ascend P1- A Seriously Enjoyable And Powerful Phone.
The Ascend P1 is the first of Huawei’s high-power Android smartphones to hit the UK, offering a large 4.3-inch display, coupled with a dual-core processor running at 1.5GHz, with front and rear cameras, DLNA support and full 1080p HD video capture capabilities.
Apple iPad Secrets (Part 1)
As any Mac user will tell you, Apple is known for secreting hidden yet astonishingly useful features within its operating systems. Whether Apple's developers intend these features to be hidden is unknown, although the fact Apple tends to eschew instruction manuals is perhaps an explanation.
HTC One UltraPixel - 4-Megapixel Sensor On A High-End Smartphone (Part 2)
The single LED flash fulfills the task of lighting the scene; however, you can get results of image that look more natural without using it, although the 28mm equivalent focal length of the lens is not the greatest for portrait images.
HTC One UltraPixel - 4-Megapixel Sensor On A High-End Smartphone (Part 1)
In a daring move, HTC has made an attack on the "megapixel race" in the high-end smartphone segments by placing a 4-megapixel sensor on their latest high-end smartphone products, the HTC One. They emphasize the importance of light sensitivity by using a sensor with fewer megapixels, and therefore those results in the process of gathering pixels, by a bright f/2.0 lens, as well as optical image stabilization.
The Apple iPad (Fourth Generation) - The Bigger Brother Is Back
The Apple iPad (Fourth Generation) has been given a power boost and tweaked with 4G support and a sharper FaceTime camera, but still lacks the portability of many of its rivals
The Apple iPad Mini - Great Things Come In Small Packages (Part 2)
When we first tried out iOS 6 on the last three iPhones and the third-generation iPad, we felt it was a mixed bag at best. Siri has finally received some much-needed functionality, such as the ability to search the local area for services (see box), while the likes of Passbook show great potential for the future, if it’s well supported.
The Apple iPad Mini - Great Things Come In Small Packages (Part 1)
The Apple iPad mini provides a far more portable form for the same unbeatable entertainment, making this perfect for travelers demanding movies, apps and games
Nook, Nook. Who’s There…?
There are two well-defined strains of the tablet at present. The first of these is the true ‘tablet’ style tablet – your Nexuses (Nexi?) and the realm of Jelly Bean toting devices from the likes of HP and AUS. The other is the ‘eBook reader’ style tablet – Kindle Fire, Nook HD – devices that look like tablets but in reality function as color versions of their e-Ink siblings, with a few bells and whistles thrown in such as apps, video and browsing.
Apple iPad Secrets (Part 2)
Note that there's also an Undo button on the numbers keyboard, which can be accessed by pressing the bottom left key on the on-screen keyboard. It's surprising how many people don't know this is there despite seeing it every day.
12 Essential Tips For A Longer Battery
Battery life is one of the biggest issues facing the Android world today. Take your SIM card out, turn off Wi-Fi and never touch it and your phone will sit there happily, lasting for a whole week on a single charge. But try to use it for anything ‘smart’ and that’s where your problems start.
Blackberry Q10 - An Ultimate Messaging Machine For Socializing, Sharing And Working (Part 3)
Given that the Q10 provides the same dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm MSM8960 processor and 2GB of RAM as the Z10, you would expect it to have the same performance. Indeed it is. However, the operating system feels slightly more responsive and apps were slightly quicker to load.
Blackberry Q10 - An Ultimate Messaging Machine For Socializing, Sharing And Working (Part 2)
While of course the screen is worth mentioning (and we'll talk in a little while), based on the similarity of the Z10, the Q10's highlight is definitely its keyboard. Fortunately, it is a good keyboard - but we're not entirely sure we will see it is better than the Bold 9900's. The most striking feature is the keyboard layout, which does away with the ergonomic, curved shape in favor of straight rows.
Blackberry Q10 - An Ultimate Messaging Machine For Socializing, Sharing And Working (Part 1)
Being a portrait-QWERTY smartphone, the Q10 is a bit of a rare bird these days. In many ways its closest sibling is actually a phone with a few years of seniority on it, the Bold 9900, a hardware unit we quite liked despite its aged operating system. That is, the Q10 shared pretty much design language with the keyboard-free Z10.
 
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