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.)
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 When curved 21:9 monitors were first released, we thought it was going to be a fad. But our experience with the LG 34UC98 made us go from asking “Who needs a display like that?” to “I need a display … Continue reading LG 34UC98 Monitor Review — Good Things Don’t Come Cheap
There has been a lot of controversy over the LG G5, mostly revolving around LG’s radical changes to the physical design of the phone compared to its predecessor, the G4. For starters, LG went a full 180 degrees with the … Continue reading LG G5 Review
Full disclosure: LG brought us to KT’s Grill, gave us a Universal Studios ticket, and let us loose inside with the G5.
At MWC earlier this morning, LG weren’t the only ones to unveil a new smartphone. Samsung has also released the next generation in the Galaxy S line, the S7. While their fellow Koreans went boldly all-out, Samsung has simply improved upon their previous offering, the S6. How are the S7 and S7 Edge then? Continue reading “Samsung’s new S7 and S7 Edge — same same but different”
As the G5’s launch drew nearer, LG veterans would have certainly been expecting a continuation of the rear-mounted volume buttons. Android veterans would certainly have been expecting a continuation of the app-drawer. Guess what, though? They’re both gone now. Continue reading “LG’s new G5 is the most innovative phone in a long time”