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Chromecast 3 Review

The Chromecast was originally introduced in 2013 to easily enjoy online entertainment on the TV. 2013 was the year when Android KitKat was released and when TVs were not as smart as they are now. Fast forward 5 years and Google released its third iteration of the Chromecast. Is it …

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Nokia 3.1 Plus Review

It’s been a busy year for Nokia in terms of mobile phone launches. Their updates to the existing lineup proved to be very popular phones. If anything, this can be considered the year Nokia did a comeback. Riding on this success, Nokia updates the existing Nokia 3.1 with the Nokia …

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ASUS has a rather large product width for its laptops, with multiple offerings at each price segment tailored for whatever specifications you may want. The result of this, with due research, is a laptop made so well that it fits every criterion you might have while choosing one for you. The …

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Gekko GX1

A few months back, in July of this year, Sanzar Futureteq Private Limited launched a Hybrid Activity Smartwatch named Gekko GX1. It’s replaced my regular timepiece since a month and here are my thoughts on it, and why I feel it may not be worth its asking price for many. …

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VIVO has introduced a bunch of devices in the budget segment this year and the Y95 is the latest addition to Y-series. Available for INR 16,990 with a Snapdragon 439 processor, it faces stiff competition from the likes of the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M2 and the Redmi Note 6 …

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Thanks to the increasing competition in the budget segment, all smartphone manufacturers are moving to a less-than-12 month refresh cycle. With Xiaomi and Realme having launched their new budget smartphones recently, it’s time for ASUS to do so. Here are our initial impressions of the ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M2. …

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Riding on the success of the Zenfone Max pro M1, this time ASUS has launched not one, but 2 successors at the same time. On paper, the Zenfone max M2 is the successor to the recently released Zenfone Max M1, but in reality, it is closer to the ASUS Max …

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A common trend in the computer industry is to add “gaming” to a product’s name and try to sell it for a higher price without real improvements in the performance. Gaming laptops are guilty of this too, offering high-end specs and equally high prices for an arguably tackier design. The …

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Esports is on a rise with many people becoming professional gamers. These are the users who need the best of components because one small jitter could cost them their virtual life. While having the best of internals like the processor and graphics is important, the need for peripherals and output …

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ASUS ZenFone Max M1 Review

The main reason for ASUS’s recent success is their competitive pricing in the sub INR 15,000 segment and the INR 30,000 with the ASUS Zenfone Max Pro M1 and the ASUS Zenfone 5Z respectively. They are now looking to replicate that success in another price segment, as they enter the …

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