This article was embargoed until 30 Aug. On the 28th of August, Google invited a small group of media to showcase what is their first official hardware foray into the Singaporean market — Google WiFi. What is Google WiFi, you ask? … Continue reading Google WiFi launches in Singapore — First Use Impressions and Why It’s Exciting
The OnePlus 3 – and its successor, OnePlus 3T – was an extremely popular phone, with the 3T being what was, and still is, in my opinion, one of the best bang-for-buck that you can get for an Android phone with … Continue reading OnePlus 5 vs OnePlus 3/3T: Should You Upgrade?
The LG G6, pioneer of the super-tall display, has been around for almost 6 months now. I was at the launch event in Singapore back in March, where I was rather impressed by the amount of screen that LG could fit … Continue reading LG G6 Review – 6 Months Later
Introduction Since the early days of Android, HTC has been known as the company which produced phones of impeccable style and uncompromising build quality. With the launch of the HTC One (M7), HTC departed from the polycarbonate build of the … Continue reading HTC U11 Review
The days of boring mice are over. When you’re shopping for a mouse, the question of ‘looks’ have been irrelevant for too long. You had to choose between a cheap bland looking mouse, or had to opt for the neon … Continue reading The Logitech “Doodle Collection” Mice
Sony wants to make some moves in the mid-range market with the Sony Xperia XA1 hitting Singapore shores in May.
In a competitive market, where the likes of the Motorola Moto G5 and the several cheap low-to-mid range devices that Xiaomi has to offer, Sony’s new XA1 faces plenty of tough competition. Most mid-rangers are often a let-down in the camera department, but the XA1 puts its best foot forward with its 23 megapixel Exmor sensor.
Can it truly stand out to budget-minded buyers? Let’s find out.
I remember reviewing the Jaybird X2 around 1.5 years ago, and being blown away by the sound quality, because (and most other reviewers would agree) they’re simply the best in the Bluetooth sports earphones category. However, fit wasn’t fantastic, sound isolation was subpar, and I found it painful to wear for long. (That’s the tl;dr version. You can read my original review here.)
With the Jaybird X3, a lot of my complaints are addressed, and it’s gotten substantially better by improving over the X2 and the original Bluebuds X. In fact, I’m surprised they even managed to improve upon an already excellent design, by so much. Continue reading “Jaybird X3 | Third Time’s The Charm”