Reviews

Our reviews are for hardware, software, apps, gaming accessories, Wi-Fi equipment, smartphones, tablets, and a lot more. It doesn’t matter what it is, as long as it is aimed at tech-consumers, we consider reviewing it.

Sony WF-C500 review: budget earbuds for comfortable listening

If you’re searching for a pair of budget wireless in-ear headphones, you can choose from quite a few brands and models - Jabra, Panasonic, Anker, Plantronics, Skullcandy, to name but a few. In this article, we are reviewing Sony’s proposition for the entry-level true wireless...

TP-Link RE500X review: Extending Wi-Fi 6 networks

Many people are upgrading their routers to Wi-Fi 6. They benefit from improved speeds, stronger routers that handle more simultaneous connections, as well as improved wireless coverage. However, depending on the router you buy and the layout of your home, you may still encounter some...

Xiaomi Pad 5 review: Premium experience for a reasonable price

There are not as many Android tablets on the market today as there were a few years ago. However, some manufacturers, including Xiaomi, still make such devices. During the last few weeks, we’ve had the chance to test and use one of the latest tablets from Xiaomi, namely the Pad 5....

Trust GXT 252+ Emita Plus review: good value microphone for streaming

The competition in the midrange segment for streaming and vlogging microphones is very strong, but the Trust GXT 252+ Emita Plus stands out from the pack with its adjustable arm mount and excellent price. But is the sound quality any good? We decided to take a closer look at the GXT...

Review LG Gram 16: The champion of the ultralight laptops division

Ultrabooks have been around for a while, and many people love them because they’re lightweight and easy to carry. However, ultraportables usually have an important disadvantage: they’re small. Most ultrabooks come with 13 or 14-inch screens, and for some people, that’s not...

ViewSonic VP2756-4K monitor review: Great image quality at a fair price

In August 2021, ViewSonic announced a new ColorPro monitor called VP2756-47. It’s a 27” monitor that’s Pantone Validated, meaning that it can reproduce all the colors in the Pantone Matching System. It’s something that any professional or creator working in an image field, as...

Kingston KC3000 review: One of the fastest SSDs!

Recently, Kingston launched a brand new solid-state drive called the KC3000. It’s an NVMe M.2 SSD that supports PCI Express 4.0 and promises high-end performance, with some incredible read/write speeds of up to 7GB/s. If you’re looking for a very fast SSD, then this one could be...

Trust GXT 259 Rudox review: Excellent microphone for solo recordings

With more and more people creating and consuming content from their homes, the competition between streamers and content creators, in general, has increased during the last few years to the point that the audio and video quality can make a huge difference. Trust has several solid...

Reviewing the Synology DiskStation DS1621+ NAS: jack of all trades

Synology requires little introduction when it comes to networking products, especially network-attached storage (NAS) and surveillance solutions. In this article, we will review the DiskStation DS1621+ 6-bay NAS. On paper, it is perfect for small businesses and enthusiasts who need a...

Xiaomi 11T review: Ticking the right boxes!

With Huawei out of the Android market for a while now, Xiaomi has quickly stepped up and filled the market with smartphones and tablets that are increasingly interesting. The latest smartphone in the Xiaomi 11 range, the Xiaomi 11T, is a mid-range phone with promising specs, set to...

ASUS ROG Strix G17 G713 review: Good for gaming at an excellent price

ASUS ROG Strix G17 G713 is an interesting lineup of gaming laptops that bundle the latest AMD Ryzen processors with powerful graphics cards from Nvidia, at an excellent price. This lineup includes several models at different price-points, including some that are surprisingly...

ASUS TUF-AX5400 review: a Wi-Fi 6 router for gamers!

ASUS is investing a great deal into manufacturing wireless routers for gamers. One of their latest additions is the new ASUS TUF-AX5400, a Wi-Fi 6 router with an aggressive design, an impressive list of features, and powerful hardware. If you want to improve the Wi-Fi in your home or...

ASUS Mini PC PN62 review: A mini PC that fits in your hand!

Small form-factor PCs or mini-PCs are attractive to a lot of people including the editors at Digital Citizen. Some of them are so small that they can fit in the palm of your hand. This is also the case with ASUS PN62. While this mini PC comes with the previous 10th...

OnePlus Nord 2 5G review: Flagship-like performance

The first OnePlus Nord has its distinctive place in the mid-premium category of smartphones, and the OnePlus Nord 2 5G wants to cement the company’s popularity in this segment. The new model features 5G connectivity, a high-end MediaTek system on a chip, excellent hardware...

Samsung 27" G35TF Odyssey gaming monitor review

Samsung has launched a new series of Odyssey gaming monitors. Their most affordable model is the Samsung G3 Odyssey, available in 24” and 27” sizes. We received in testing the 27-inch variant, named Samsung 27" G35TF Odyssey. It is aimed at budget gamers and home users interested...

OnePlus Nord CE 5G review: The well-rounded midranger

The headlines often tell stories about expensive flagship smartphones that innovate more and more each year. However, most people only read about flagships and then buy themselves smartphones they can afford. OnePlus Nord CE 5G is a mid-range smartphone that doesn’t innovate as...