Review

  • Review: Huawei P10

    The Huawei P10 is a mid tier phone with a feature list far beyond its size. It’s got a great camera, great battery life, has USB type-C charging port, still has a 3.5mm headphone jack and runs Android 7.0 Nugat out of the box. Design It is certainly getting...
  • Review: Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers on Nintendo Switch

    As more the children of the 80s who grew up with electronic games reach our 30’s, there’s a huge market for nostalgic experiences. One of the latest examples of that is Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers which is now available for the Nintendo Switch. The Capcom classic takes you...
  • Review: 2017 Ford Escape Titanium, packed with technology, handles like a sedan

    The 2017 Ford’s Escape is the company’s latest answer to the city SUV. With the Territory and Kuga making way for the Escape and Everest, Ford’s latest SUV offering is now more evolved, more mature and more reliant on technology as a key selling point than ever before. If...
  • Review: Square contactless + chip reader, turns your SMB into a big business

    Square is the company that simplified in-person payments. Their latest creation allows small businesses, like the weekend market stall, to sell their products to customers and offer every payment option the big guys have. With the Square contactless + chip reader, customers can tap and pay with Visa PayWave...
  • Review: Polk Omni SB1+ offers voice volume adjust

    Design The Polk Omni SB1+ is made up of two key devices, the soundbar and the subwoofer. Both support a luxurious curves that give an elegance not always found in our modern black electronics. The soundbar has a slim profile which allows the sleek design to blend in, rather...
  • Review: Dead Rising 4

    My first introduction to the Dead Rising franchise was Dead Rising 3 and the tongue-in-cheek adventure game was a breath of fresh air. Now Frank is back in the latest edition to put that joyous smile back on your face as you take out the zombies in even more...
  • Review: Plantronics BackBeat Fit headphones

    Plantronics are back with another set of headphones and this time they’re aimed squarely and fairly at the fitness market. The BlackBeat FIT headphones are lightweight, waterproof and have pretty great battery life. After spending a few weeks living with them, here’s the review. Design and Comfort The BackBeat...
  • Review: BenQ W11000 4K projector for your home

    BenQ make a lot of projectors, from small, light portables, to full on professional installations, but there’s a new projector that stands out, the W11100. This is the first DLP 4K projector for consumers. Across the industry projector manufacturers have been slow to implement 4K while their biggest competitor,...
  • Review: The Dobby is your pocket sized selfie drone

    The Dobby Drone is designed to be pocket sized so you’ll take it with you more often and with the Dobby you’ll be able to snap selfies from a distance. Most of you have never heard of the maker’s of Dobby, but ZEROTECH was actually founded back in 2009 and with...