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Review – ASUS Lolliflash

The ASUS LolliFlash has been announced for a long time actually, but never really did make it to the main market for months - but today, I have one right here! The ASUS LolliFlash is a small piece of external flash that can also be used like a flashlight. Its concept is same as the iBlazr, but it definitely works differently.

Samsung brings thin GALAXY A8 with 16MP camera

In the world of fashion is where things start to get a little more intense - beauty is of utmost priority, and not only the physical looks of it but also what the camera...

Review – Microsoft Surface 3 + Type Cover + Surface Pen

It's been a dream of mine to have a full-fledged PC without the bulk. Tablets came by and it got pretty close to a portable full-fledged PC - but not there yet. Then comes...

Review – Logitech MX Anywhere 2: The M of KVM

We've all seen wireless mice before - from those with a dongle to those Bluetooth ones, from a cheapo China mouse to highest quality gaming mice. And most of us have heard or know...

Review – ASUS ZenFone 2 Earphones

At this point of time, I'm pretty sure most of you have already seen the ZenFone 2 (which we also reviewed here) - and we're not done with it.. When we opened the package, we saw one special thing that was included - the earphones. That pair of earphones is the closest to the unreleased ZenEar, which currently can only be acquired through bundling of the ZE551ML version with 4GB RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage.

Review – Tesoro Excalibur Spectrum RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

If food is the way to a man's heart, then a keyboard is the way to the computers's heart. The keyboard is one of the most if not the most essential peripheral for communication through computers - we type everything. Then it evolved to how gaming feels - and today, we have the Tesoro Excalibur Spectrum RGB mechanical gaming keyboard in the house.

Review – WD My Passport Wireless 1TB

There are certain things - tech accessories to be exact - in life that are essential for day-to-day use. We can't live without portable storage these days, and we have at least one USB flash drive with us. For those who wants larger storage will have to settle for the larger external hard disks. Traditional external hard disks require a USB cable to connect to a computer, but never to a phone - but that's about to change.

Review – UE Boom: Outstanding Portable Speaker

Personally, I’ve played with many portable speakers. They come in all kinds of shapes and sizes, and their design affect its performance, and ultimately tells if the speaker is good or not. While design...

JOI launches 7 Lite and Phone 5; with Intel Atom X3

Here are two very different devices announced by Intel Malaysia and also SNS Network - the JOI 7 Lite tablet (which is a phablet) and also  the Joi Phone 5 - both are the first...

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