Overclocker, engineer, with a passion for anything hardware-related. I've worked in IT as a project and logistics manager. When not testing new gadgets and devices, you will find me gaming or pushing my PC to the limit. Basically, I am a geek.
Overclocker, engineer, with a passion for anything hardware-related. I've worked in IT as a project and logistics manager. When not testing new gadgets and devices, you will find me gaming or pushing my PC to the limit. Basically, I am a geek.

Arhiva Autor

Review Fitbit Alta: A stylish fitness companion!

Fitbit has a wide range of devices for monitoring health and fitness activity. With a price tag at the time of our review of just under $100, the Fitbit Alta is a reasonably-priced entry-level fitness wristband. Its main selling points are the pleasant design, the...

Review Motorola Moto G5S Plus: Your average mid-range smartphone!

After being acquired by Lenovo, Motorola has been releasing new mobile phone models at an astounding pace, sometimes to the dismay of their traditional customers, who buy Motorola phones only to find their model outdated just a few months later. This is also the case for Motorola...

Reviewing the Nokia 150 – The return of feature phones?

Ah, Nokia. The brand that connected so many people back in the nineties. The brand that soared so high in the mobile communications market, only to dip to unimaginable lows in the last few years. Under the new ownership of Foxconn and HMD global, the iconic brand has resumed its...

Reviewing the iPhone SE or the iFrankenstein!

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...

Reviewing the Lenovo X3 Vibe – Good vibrations in a surprising package!

After acquiring the Motorola brand from Google, Lenovo has been struggling to maintain its share in the mobile handsets market. Even with the two brands mostly aimed at different markets (Motorola for the US and Latin America and Lenovo for Asia and emerging markets), the Chinese...

Huawei P8 Lite review – the balanced performer

Huawei continues its ascent in the sales charts for mobile devices, having only last year surpassed Microsoft's Lumia division. Undoubtedly, the aggressive pricing of its devices is the main reason for reaching third place in the sales chart, and while even top Huawei devices...

A gamer’s delight – The ASUS G11CB gaming PC review

Desktop PC sales have been constantly decreasing in the last few years, with worldwide shipments falling by more than 10% in 2015. While the market share of mobile PCs is rapidly increasing, there is still one field where desktop PCs continue to thrive, and that's gaming. Due to...

The Canyon CNE-CPB78 power bank review – Charge your devices on the go

If you're going on a long trip, away from the power grid, you will most likely need an external battery for your mobile devices. Unless, of course, you plan on taking that old Nokia 6310 phone with you, which lasts ten days easily. In this review, we take a look at an external...

Reviewing the Edimax IC-7113W Smart Network Camera

Edimax is one of the few budget-oriented manufacturers of smart devices for your home. Its products focus more on affordable prices and useful features and less on high-end specs or premium materials. Today we take a look at one of their newest network cameras, the IC-7113W Smart...

Reviewing the Microsoft Designer Bluetooth mouse – Beautifully simple!

Microsoft has always produced reliable and elegant peripherals, and the Microsoft Designer Bluetooth Mouse seems to follow this trend. Simplicity is the key feature of this light device and at first glance, it might even look "cheap", but appearances may be deceiving. We tested...