Featured Review: Amazon Fire HD 6 Tablet

Amazon announced the Kindle Fire HD 6 back in September and released them about two weeks later. The HD 6 was announced alongside updated versions of the Fire HDX 8.9 and the Fire HD 7. The Fire HD 6 is new to the Kindle lineup. It’s a mid-range tablet with a low-end price. It’s only […]

Featured Review: Kurio Xtreme Tablet For Kids

Techno Source wants to set themselves apart in the packed low-end tablet market with their new Kurio Xtreme Tablet for Kids. The Xtreme Tablet for Kids is a 7-inch device packed full of games, ebooks, and Kurio’s own Motion games system aimed at kids aged 5-12. I let my kids loose on this thing to […]

Featured Review: LG G Pad 10.1

  The LG G Pad started out as a mid range 8-inch tablet, and it did fairly well so it should have been no surprise to see that LG would enter the market with newer models the following year. This year they released a line up of three brand new tablets as part of the […]

Review: Archos Smart Home Automation and Security

Looking for a little more automation in your life to simplify things?  Trying to make your home more comfortable and secure, while not spending too much money in the process?  Archos has you covered here with their new Smart Home bundle, and it’s designed to give you a little better grip on the climate inside […]

Featured Review: HP Slatebook 14

Let’s see, a 14-inch laptop built by HP with Android 4.3 on board. How bad could it be? Actually pretty damn good. Most of us know that Android was made for mobile, and smartphones first. It’s alright on Tablets, but not the best, so what about on a 14-inch laptop? Well there are some differences […]

Featured Review: Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet (Verizon Wireless)

Sony has always been known for the build quality, and more importantly their name. Which is a big reason why Sony’s products are usually more expensive than the competition’s. Which is not really the case with the Xperia Z2 Tablet. The WiFi model starts at $499, which is the same price as most other 10-inch […]

Featured Review: Dell Venue 7 & 8

This is the first Dell, Android device we’ve used since the Dell Streak way back in the day. The Dell Streak was the phablet before phablets were cool. Although  now the Dell Streak 5 seems kind of small. But we’re here to talk about the Dell Venue 7 and the Venue 8. These are two […]

Featured Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4

Since their very first Android tablet, the Galaxy Tab 7-inch, Samsung has been using LCD panels on their tablets. The Galaxy Tab had an AMOLED panel, and it took a little while, but Super AMOLED is finally available in a couple of their tablets. The Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5. Today we’ll be reviewing […]

Featured Review: Acer Iconia One 7

Acer hasn’t been known for making amazing tablets. They have been mostly going after the Nexus 7. So we usually see 7-inch tablets with sort of mid-range specs, and the Iconia One 7 is no different, actually. It’s powered by Intel and even has Android 4.2 on board. Yeah, like I said it’s not a […]

Featured Review: Lenovo Yoga 10 HD+

Last year, Lenovo released the Yoga 8 and Yoga 10 tablets. We didn’t hear much about them, until recently when some new reports came out that it has amazing battery life. In fact, it’s difficult to kill the battery on these things. And Lenovo has done that yet again. The Lenovo Yoga 10 HD+ has […]

Featured Review: Amazon Fire TV

Entering an already packed arena of set-top boxes, Amazon aims to bring the Fire TV to the top. And they may have done just that. The Fire TV is a $99 set-top box that does more than just movies and TV shows, but we also get gaming here. In this review we’re going to go […]

Featured Review: Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 10.1

Samsung has plenty of tablets on the market now, and it seems like they have something for everyone’s budget these days. Hitting price points from as low as $200 all the way up to a grand – if you count the LTE models. At CES 2014, Samsung announced the Galaxy TabPRO 8.4, 10.1, 12.2 and […]

Featured: Lenovo N308 Review

In the world of tablets, many of us think of a 10-inch tablet as being almost too big for certain things. While there are some 12-inch tablets out there like the Samsung Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 and the Galaxy NotePRO 12.2, there are also even bigger tablets available. That’s where the Lenovo N308 comes in. It’s […]

Featured Review: Acer C720P Chromebook – The $300 Touchscreen Chromebook

Touch screen + Chrome OS + Haswell = Acer C720P, But is it worth the $299 price tag? Acer has been on a roll lately. They’ve announced their second Chromebook, the C720 back in 2013. Since then, they’ve announced a few variants of that $250 Chromebook. There’s the C720-2646 which has 2GB of RAM (instead […]

Featured Review: LG G Pad 8.3

It’s been a long time since we saw LG in the tablet market and last year’s G Pad 8.3 is their ticket back into the crowded world of slates. Instead of taking the affordable 7-inch tablet route a la Samsung and Google, LG have tried their best to create the best compromise possible in such […]

Featured Review: Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9

Here we have the third iteration of the tablet that started the race to the bottom. Back in 2011, Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire starting at $200. Now 2 years later and 3 Kindle Fire iterations later, we’ve got a lot more competition in this space. Including Google’s Nexus 7. How does the Kindle Fire […]

Review: Acer Chromebook C720

The Chromebook scene has really started to evolve lately. This time last year, I had just picked up the Samsung Chromebook. You know the one running on the Exynos 5 dual-core chip. I was quite happy with it at first. But over some time I began to notice many problems with it. Which pretty much […]