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Review – Hippo Boom Plus

So this is the Hippo Boom Plus. It's meant for mobile devices, has 32 Ohms of impedance, and a very cheap price to compete with the Xiaomi's very own RM50 pair of Piston earphones. Budget is all that matters here, but how does the Hippo Boom Plus compete?

Review – dbrand Shopping Experience

There comes a time where people were very happy with cases on their phones. I admit that I was one of them too, until sometime during December of 2012, when I was using my Galaxy Nexus without any cases at all. Partly this is due to the fact that there aren't much cases to choose from and also the phone is nicely shaped with the curve, which I really appreciate its design.

Review – beyerdynamic Custom One Pro

After reviewing quite a number of Beyerdynamic products, I thought I knew what to expect when the Custom One Pro was presented to me. Then I realized something was different with the Custom One Pro. Without any hesitation, I took it for a spin for two weeks(!) and tested how it is (hint : amazing!).

[Mini review] ASUS N-series laptop

So I got a laptop from ASUS that isn't exactly with the latest hardware packed inside of it, but rather a little overdue in terms of its specs. With that said, I won't be...

[Review] Xiaomi Piston Earphones v2.1

Xiaomi - a company that came from custom ROMs have been making multiple dents around the universe ever since its inception as a company in China. They created a lot of other products besides mobile phones - but today, we're going to look at their Xiaomi Piston Earphones v2.1, the latest and only Piston model available to Malaysians.

[Review] Samsung Galaxy Tab S

Samsung had been around the world of tablets since the day iPad roams planet Earth. Then, Samsung recently announced eye-catching tablets to the market - the Galaxy Tab S series. In this review, I'll be taking a look at the Galaxy Tab S 8.4-inch with LTE - meaning that it does have a SIM card slot and I can even make calls on it. Without further ado, let's just into it.

[Review] Samsung Level Over

The first reaction I had when I saw this product was literally "what the heck, Samsung?" and gave me a cringe. Now, I got to spend some time with a LEVEL Over and well... the results are quite surprising. Firstly, I never expected Samsung to build a premium headphone. Secondly, I was surprised by the design of it when I saw the press release images. Then, Samsung offered me to review the LEVEL Over, to which I said okay since I did reviews of other audio products too.

[Review] ASUS PadFone Mini

Here it is - the smaller size of the critically acclaimed ASUS PadFone series, yet a very niche product. In theory, it's a very practical concept. In reality however, it is definitely tricky to just have both devices to work together.

Sony a5100 review

Sony dropped their NEX branding long ago in favour of combining them to their Alpha series of cameras. About a month ago, I got a review unit of the all-new Sony a5100 camera. I've been using a DSLR myself, and now I have a mirrorless camera to play with. How did it go?

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