The D850 is like a cross between a medium format and sports camera. And that’s no hyperbole. DxOMark ranks its 47.5MP sensor 3rd in the world, (marginally) surpassed by only the medium format Hasselblad X1D and Pentax 645Z. Its AF … Continue reading Nikon D850 Review: Full-Frame Champion
Introduction It has only been a year since we have seen the Pixel name come to the smartphone market, having replaced the Nexus series as Google’s stock Android based mobile offering only in October last year. At the time, in … Continue reading Google Pixel 2 XL Review — Return to the Android throne?
There is perhaps no name more befitting this laptop other than Gram. While it’s nowhere near a gram, its lightness surprised me as I unboxed it. It looks like any other ultrabook, but weighs nothing like one. Weighing it at only 970g, I wonder if it’ll float like a feather if I drop it! (No, joking, please don’t try that.)
HP is back, and with a vengeance. Just a week ago, HP Inc showcased its latest products to hit Southeast Asia at its (also newly opened) HP Customer Welcome Centre here in Singapore. It’s not hard to tell that HP … Continue reading HP unveils its latest products to hit Southeast Asia
In this article, our guest writer, Luke Hatkinson-Kent, a Freelance Financial Writer, shares on the many issues tech startups tend to overlook, and how they can be overcome. If you like his work, you can reach him at [email protected].
In this article, our guest writer, Luke Hatkinson-Kent, a Freelance Financial Writer, discusses whether China may eventually stop copying ideas and technologies from US tech companies. If you like his work, you can reach him at [email protected].
What makes a good mouse? There are a variety of factors at play. For some, great ergonomics is the mark of a good mouse. Others value precision and low latency. Wireless mice today are effortlessly painless to setup, and so is … Continue reading Logitech M585 Review