Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8 Plus Review: S-Pen on a budget

There are plenty of budget Android tablets on the market these days that are mediocre. Most of them are from low key vendors or a couple years old. If you are looking for a decent and budget friendly Android tablet in 2019, there aren’t many options. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8 Plus (aka Samsung…

Razer Core V2 Review: More of a hassle

When Razer released the first Razer Core, it was a novel concept. The idea of being able to connect a Thunderbolt 3 equipped laptop to an external graphics card was enticing. Reception of the original core was lukewarm. It was plagued with problem stretching from constantly disconnecting to lag when an USB peripheral was connected….

Samsung Galaxy Buds Review: So close to great

The Samsung Galaxy Buds are the third iteration of truly wireless earbuds that Samsung has launched over the years. Many of the previous generations have performed mediocre at best and at times down right awful. The Galaxy Buds are the first set of Samsung truly wireless that are worth looking at and is currently the…

Pixel 3A Review: The Pixel Experience for Everyone

The Pixel line’s greatest strength has always been its software experience. With its unaltered version of Android, users experience Android as Google intended. The new Pixel 3A is no different. What is different is the price. Starting at $399, the Pixel 3A is affordable and brings the features that are most important to the average…

Samsung Galaxy S10 Review: Get the S10e instead

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is Samsung’s latest iteration of its Galaxy line. It brings the first hole punch infinity display and ultrasonic under screen fingerprint scanner to the market. With the inclusion of three rear-facing cameras and their recently refreshed One UI, the Galaxy S10 packs a ton of features. Samsung’s UI has also significantly…