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Abhinav Mishra

Writer by day, gamer by night, Abhinav loves gadgets and gaming. Find him on PSN blabbering about FIFA and MKX.

Need to buy Big Battery Smartphone? Asus Zenfone 3S Max is the answer!

Big Battery Smartphone
The Asus Zenfone Max big battery smartphone range gets the job done for buyers looking for a solid battery backup at a reasonable price point. Last year's Asus Zenfone 3 Max was announced back in May - a smartphone that certainly performed well in the...

Meizu EP51 Sports Bluetooth Earphones review for Fitness Freaks

sports bluetooth earphones
Looking for a good set of sports bluetooth earphones that maintain a snug and comfortable fit? The Meizu EP51 wireless Bluetooth earbuds could well be your perfect workout partner. It's well-built, offers a decent battery life, more importantly, won't fall off your ear while training...

Looking to buy budget earphones under Rs. 900? Read Evidson AudioWear R5 Review!

budget earphones
It's rather hard to find inexpensive budget earphones that can belt out some good, clean sound. Or so I thought, only when I came across the new Evidson Audiowear R5 in-earphones. Currently available at Rs. 899 on Amazon, this one makes a strong case...

OnePlus Bullets V2 review – Awesome sounding earphones for cheap!

budget earphones
We've all heard about OnePlus for its competitively priced Android smartphones which come equipped with flagship-like specs. Off late, the Chinese manufacturer has been launching competitively priced earphones in the Indian market. One of them being the recently announced OnePlus Bullets V2. Priced at...

Brainwavz M3 Review: Delievers well-rounded sound, but a tad pricey

BrainWavz M3 is the latest In-Ear noise isolating earphones are now available in India. The company claims the M3 offers a 'unique housing design with clear, balanced sound across lows, mids, and highs.' We shall put that claim to test in our review. More...

Gionee P7 Review: Why Gionee?

The Gionee P7 is yet another entry level offering in the over crowded budget segment. Priced at Rs.9290, the smartphone packs a decent set of specifications such as a 1.3Ghz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, along with a slew of connectivity features. But can...

Canon PIXMA MG3070S Review – Bang for the buck wireless printer

Canoan Pixma printer review
The new Canon Pixma MG3070S wireless printer is primarily aimed to fulfil basic printing needs for homes and small offices. Priced at Rs. 3650, it gets the standard print, copy and scan functions. Besides, its sleek design coupled with wireless connectivity gives the Canon...

Amkette TruBeats S50 Smart Speaker Review: Feature packed but mediocre sound quality

Amkette TruBeats S50 review
Indian manufacturer Amkette recently launched its TruBeats S50 Smart Speaker in India. Currently available at Rs.3499 on Amazon India, its a lot more than just a portable Bluetooth speaker. There's a built-in FM radio, an alarm clock, and can also play music over a...

Honor 6X Review – Meet the new king of budget smartphones

honor 6x review
Budget phones are selling like hot cakes these days. No wonder, Huawei is trying to bring high-end technologies found on its premium smartphones down to the budget segment. The Honor 6X is the company's newest smartphone featuring a dual-camera setup. The smartphone has already been...

Skullcandy Hesh 2 Wireless Review: Good quality headphone with a few quirks

skullcandy hesh 2.0 review
With the booming popularity of mini portable speakers that come with Bluetooth connectivity, wire free devices are in vogue. The Skullcandy Hesh 2 Wireless is an upgraded version of the earlier launched Hesh 2 over-ear headphone. We tested the camouflage color variant which is...

PES 2017 Review: Delivers where it matters, but licensing woes continue

Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer franchise (popularly known as PES) always gets shadowed by the glitz and glamor of EA's FIFA. And why not, FIFA has always looked great, had the financial backing to get all the official club and league licenses (which PES did...

Fossil Q Marshal Review – Big on style, not so big on features

Fossil Q Marshal Review
American watchmaker Fossil is on a launching spree this year. Just recently, the company introduced a slew of smartwatches and fitness trackers in India from its popular fashion brands which include Fossil Q, Skagen Connected Chaps, Emporio Armani and Misfit. We'll be checking out the...

Asus Zenfone 3 Max Review: A budget phone with a few shortcomings

Asus Zenfone 3 Max review
Asus Zenfone 3 Max range is primarily aimed more towards battery life, at the same time a reliable all-round performance featuring solid specs at a competitive price point. Asus recently introduced two new models in its Max series, both of them called Zenfone Max...

Altec Lansing Zine 2.0 Review – Just about Okay, not a bang for the buck

Altec Lansing Zine 2.0 review
Altec Lansing speakers are quite popular among PC users, thanks to their attractive price tag and top-notch audio quality. The company recently launched a slew of products in India, which include both wired as well as Bluetooth-enabled speakers. We got to try the new Altec...

Pebble Time Round Review: A simple, elegant, and easy to use smartwatch

Pebble Time Round Review
Besides the Pebble Time and Pebble Time Steel, the company also launched the Pebble Time Round. As the name suggests, it's a circular version of the original Time, and notably much thinner and lighter. The beauty of Pebble Time Round is that it looks...

Moto Z Play Review with JBL Soundboost Mod: A smartphone for hipsters

Moto Z Play review
Apart from the flagship Moto Z, Motorola also launched a low-cost alternative in the form of the Moto Z Play. The smartphone has all the modular shenanigans like its flagship counterpart, however, comes at a much cheaper price tag. Priced at Rs. 24,999, the...

Sony Xperia XZ Review: Sony’s new flagship has it all!

Sony Xperia XZ review
So far, it hasn't been Sony's year in the smartphone space. Some serious cost-cutting plagued the success of the earlier launched Xperia X. Neither was it equipped with the top-drawer specs nor did it boast the premium metal and glass build like last year's...

Coolpad Note 5 Review: Great looks, stonking performance, well worth the money!

Coolpad Note 5 review
Chinese manufacturers have undeniably changed the whole price performance equation on its head. Budget phones with top-notch specs are the norm of the day, and the Coolpad Note 5 is another smartphone trying to cash in on this rage. Priced at Rs. 10,999, the...

Meizu Pro 6s is basically an iPhone with deca-core processor

Meizu Pro 6s launch
Chinese manufacturer Meizu has announced the new Meizu Pro 6s at an event in China. Priced at CNY 2699 (Rs. 26,700 approx.), the newly launched smartphone bears striking similarity to its predecessor (Meizu Pro 6), which was itself a blatant iPhone rip-off. The Meizu Pro...

Vivo Y55L Review: Not the cheapest budget phone, but we can’t ignore its camera capabilties

Vivo Y55L review
A good camera phone is the norm of the day, and Vivo's latest smartphone tries to live up to that. Besides the fact that it rocks an all-metal unibody design, the Vivo Y55L features smart screen flash options - a feature eerily similar to...

Meizu Pro 6s launches in China with iPhone 6s like 3D Touch

Chinese manufacturer Meizu has announced the new Meizu Pro 6s at an event in China. Priced at CNY 2699 (Rs. 26,700 approx.), the newly launched smartphone bears striking similarity to its predecessor (Meizu Pro 6), which was itself a blatant iPhone rip-off. The Meizu Pro...

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