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MSI X99A XPower Gaming Titanium Motherboard Review

Spoilt for choice would be an understatement for any prospective buyers of the X99 platform. MSI alone has a motherboard for almost every possible price point, use-case scenario and type of user. Add other motherboard vendors into the mix and the amount of choice is dizzying. With its high-end price point and feature-set the MSI X99A XPower Gaming Titanium locks horns with the likes of the ASUS X99-DELUXE II and Gigabyte X99-Designare EX RGB, though ASRock lacks a similarly priced offering. A dissection of the product name reveals a motherboard that is trying to cater to Gamers and Overclockers on the X99 platform.  "

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Posted on Sunday, December 04, 2016 @ 16:30:31 UTC in MSI by Wesslan



Fujifilm X-T2 review

Fujifilm has carved out a niche for itself with its X-series mirrorless cameras, combining high-tech image processing with classic design that leads to cameras that look as good as the photos they take. It’s a recipe that worked very well with enthusiast-level photographers, even though other brands, like Sony, may have offered more bang for the buck with regard to features. The X-T2 ($1,600, body only) looks to change up this formula slightly. It brings back everything that people loved about the X-T1 (great design, loads of direct-access control, a fantastic electronic viewfinder) and adds advanced features that help the camera compete on a broader spectrum, like a 325-point autofocus system and advanced 4K video.  "

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Posted on Sunday, December 04, 2016 @ 15:33:17 UTC in Fujifilm by Wesslan



Canon PowerShot SX400 IS Review

It’s the zoom. That’s the feature that point-and-shoot cameras have over smartphone cameras. Specifically, the optical zoom. Thin and light smartphones just don’t have the build for moving glass. Canon PowerShot SX400 Sure, there are some “smart cameras” that have Android and a mobile processor on a point and shoot, and some smartphones, like the Nokia Lumia 1020 in particular, have upped the megapixel count to create an effective digital zoom. But nothing from the mobile world has come close to replicating the clarity or convenience of an automatic optical zoom.  "

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Posted on Sunday, December 04, 2016 @ 15:25:47 UTC in Canon by Wesslan



Asus ZenPad 3S 10 Review

"  Tablets like Apple’s iPad Pro offer the best of both worlds for both productivity and entertainment, but with a starting price of $599 for the 9.7-inch model, it’s far from affordable. Asus’s latest tablet, the ZenPad 3S 10, aims to offer a solid tablet for both productivity and entertainment, but at a fraction of the cost of the iPad. On paper, the $300 ZenPad 3S 10 sure does have the makings of a solid 10-inch tablet. Its aluminum body, 2K display, beefy processing internals, and 5,900 mAh battery are all steps in the right direction for the makings of a tablet worth buying, but does everything come into fruition the way that Asus is hoping? Or did the company reach too high with this one? Let’s find out.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2016 @ 22:41:26 UTC in ASUS by Wesslan



Kodak Ektra Smartphone (2016) Hands-On Preview

"  In a move that sees the original Kodak (Eastman) re-entering the photography market, Kodak has announced a new camera focused smartphone designed for those who are serious about photography. Developed by the Bullitt Group, who are based in Reading, and make tough mobile phones for CAT (including one with thermal imaging), the new Android smartphone has been created in partnership with Kodak.Kodak say the new 2016 Kodak Ektra Smartphone is targeted at creative people who care about photography. People who they say are “Selective about what they share on-line”, and people who are likely to already own a Digital SLR or high-end compact camera. The design takes cues from the original Kodak Ektra from 1941.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2016 @ 22:31:57 UTC in Kodak by Wesslan



Xiaomi Mi Mix review

Xiaomi Mi Mix is one of those rare jewels on the market that needs no introductions. An all-ceramic smartphone with an edge-to-edge screen is a device that draws all the attention. It's a high-tech dream come true and it sure looks like a Sci-Fi movie prop. Initially, Xiaomi announced the Mix as a concept phone, a vision for the company's future. And then they surprised everyone by announcing its proper market launch as a widely-available product, which will go on sale in a matter of weeks. A clever marketing trick or a natural coincidence of the phone's viral-like popularity?  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2016 @ 16:44:00 UTC in Xiaomi by Wesslan



Asus Zenfone 3 review

The Asus Zenfone 3 is the destination of the company's "pursuit of superior function" combined with love for design and craftsmanship. Lofty goals for sure, but this isn't your typical flagship or mid-range phone. The Zenfone 3 is a photography buff, it adores music and puts visuals on a pedestal. Really, there are pages of features of the PixelMaster 3.0 that drives the 16MP camera (loaded with OIS and a ton of focus assistants), the SonicMaster 3.0 that pushes 24-bit Hi-Res audio to the dual speakers and DTS sound to headphones, then there's VisualMaster 3.0 that drives the High Gamut screen.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2016 @ 16:40:06 UTC in ASUS by Wesslan



Lenovo Phab2 Pro review

The Lenovo Phab2 Pro is not just your average smartphone. And no, we're not referring to the huge display as a defining feature. It's the first phone to come with Google's Tango platform and it's also one of the first phones Lenovo is launching in the US under its own brand. So what is Tango? Simply put - a window into a new level of augmented reality. Thanks to an array of camera sensors and gyroscope information, the phone is able to accurately track its own position in all three dimensions. This allows it to accurately display augmented reality (AR) elements laid over the live feed from the camera viewfinder. It's a mish-mash of AR and VR and Google is betting on it as the technology of the future.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2016 @ 16:35:13 UTC in Lenovo by Wesslan



Asus GeForce GTX 1080 ROG Strix Gaming A8G

"  As we draw 2016 to a close, the premium end of the graphics card market is represented by the GeForce GTX 1080 from Nvidia and Radeon R9 Fury X from AMD. Both cost north of £500 though do offer a really solid platform for high-resolution gaming and next-gen VR. Like most manufacturers, Asus has multiple product offerings based on premium GPUs. We know all about the ROG Strix GTX 1080, which currently retails for an eye-watering £740. The huge Taiwanese company has now decided that it wants to offer enthusiasts all that it is good about the ROG Strix line yet at a price point that is more in line with other high-end GTX 1080 GPUs from the competition.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2016 @ 16:16:37 UTC in ASUS by Wesslan



Bitfenix Whisper Series 850 W

The last PSU we reviewed from Bitfenix was the Fury 750G, and it didn't impress us very much because of its high price and rather average performance. The company has now introduced another PSU series, but is also working with a different OEM. The fresh Whisper units are made by Channel Well Technology (CWT), the same manufacturer as for the excellent platform in Corsair's RMx and RMi units. This means that we can expect pretty good results from these Whisper models - they hopefully won't let us down like the Fury 750G did almost two years ago.  "

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Posted on Saturday, December 03, 2016 @ 16:06:01 UTC in Bitfenix by Wesslan




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