Reviews

TP-LINK M7300
Review
07.21.2016
When you are on vacation, you travel to all kinds of places, including mountains and beaches. You will take your smartphone with you and maybe your tablet or a laptop. You may have an internet connection on your smartphone but, most probably you won’t have one on your other devices. If you need inte...
Epson SureColor P600
Review
07.19.2016
With the rise of the smartphone, more and more people discover the wonderful world of photography. You might discover not only that you are drawn to making photos, but you also have a talent for it. And you’ll start making more photos, one more beautiful than the other. And then comes that moment wh...
Aukey CC-T7
Review
07.13.2016
All of us have mobile devices that are, well, mobile. And they all need to be charged from time to time. And we can’t always just run home to use the plug-in wall-wart charger the device came with.  :)  Thus, chargers designed to be used in cars are almost a necessity, and the better those work, the...
Firewalls Don't Stop Dragons
Review
06.29.2016
As you may have noticed, here at Digital Citizen we take cyber security very seriously. Our long-running Security for Everyone series has kept our readers up to date with the latest security software for years now, along with reviews that tell it like it is. While our series does a great job of comp...
TP-LINK Archer C3200
Review
06.28.2016
Although it has a confusing name, depending on where you look, TP-LINK Archer C3200 or TP-LINK AC3200 is a high-end tri-band wireless router with impressive hardware and lots of promise in terms of speed and coverage. It also happens to be more compact than other similar AC3200 wireless routers and...
TP-Link Groovi Ripple
Review
06.15.2016
The Groovi Ripple is TP-LINK’s first ever portable Bluetooth speaker, so it’s obvious that the networking company is trying to enter new markets. Although they have a very good reputation when it comes to the networking devices that they create, this is their first encounter with portable sound tech...
Antivirus
Misc
06.01.2016
Some of our readers asked us to test the most popular free antivirus scanners found online. Since such scanners are useful in providing a good second opinion, without having to install a fully-featured security product, we thought it is worthwhile to evaluate such products. We’ve tested the 10 most...
iPhone SE
Review
05.30.2016
The iPhone 6 got more than its fair share of criticism for its size and shape: it was too big compared to the iPhone 5 and the rounded edges and the materials used made the smartphone rather slippery. Lots of Apple fans wanted something a bit more conservative and closer to the design of the last ge...
Samsung Galaxy S7
Review
05.28.2016
The release of a new Samsung Galaxy smartphone generates such hype that it can only be compared to an iPhone release: everyone’s excited about the new features and many want to get the latest installment in the long-running Galaxy series. After owning a Samsung Galaxy S2 for many years, I have been...
ASUS USB-AC68
Review
05.26.2016
ASUS is increasing its portfolio of networking devices with a new USB dual-band Wi-Fi adapter. It is called ASUS USB-AC68 and it uses a USB 3.0 port in order to deliver fast connections. It also bundles the latest networking chip from Realtek, as well as the multi-user MIMO technologies that are off...
Huawei P8max
Review
05.19.2016
They say that tablets are done for: more and more technology professionals forecast a quick end for these devices, as their popularity is on the decline. One of the main reasons for this is the appearance of phablets - smartphones with sizes comparable to tablets. These larger handhelds are basical...
Razer DeathStalker Essential
Review
05.16.2016
Razer is best known for its BlackWidow mechanical gaming keyboards, but the gaming market is huge and some people, although they love games, do not like mechanical keyboards or they can’t afford them. To fill the gap, Razer started building membrane based chiclet gaming keyboards. Even more, the com...