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3.9

Review: Review: Oppo N1 Mini

Do you like selfies but are sick of the one or two megapixel cameras smartphones are coming with? Oppo's answer to this is an interesting one, putting the 13 megapixel rear camera on a hinge and making it work both sides. Is it a success?...
3.3

Review: Review: Acer Iconia A1-830

We're all dependent on a personal computer, and we're all in love with our smartphone, but does everyone need a tablet? Even if you don't, the price of these portables is becoming too hard to resist, and that's what Acer is hoping will persuade people to check out its A1-830, an Android push for the iPad Mini's spot. ...

After the review: how updates can kill a great product

By the time a reviewed product makes its way into your hands, there’s a good chance something about it has changed. It might not be much, but it also might be something major, and if you’ve ever wondered why something that reviewed so well doesn’t work remarkably for you, there’s a good chance it’s been updated post-review....

Teac adds Android and 3D to a few TVs

If a TV doesn’t have a smart interface, it’s missing out on the web, and if it doesn’t have 3D, it’s missing out on a movie experience. Teac, however, would like people to know its new TVs have no problem having both....
3.1

Review: Review: Asus Transformer Book Trio

Asus tends to experiment with computer concepts more than most companies, and in its latest idea, has merged Android and Windows for a unique combined computer. Does it work, or is it merely a computer with an identity crisis?...