Earlier this year, I got the chance to review Lenovo’s Yoga 910, a 2-in-1 convertible that offered great performance, battery … Continue reading “Lenovo Yoga 920 Review: Almost Perfect” →
LG’s V30 is my favorite phone of the year, right next to Google’s Pixel 2 XL. It’s got a gorgeous … Continue reading “Review: Protecting the LG V30 with Cases from UAG and Zizo” →
Google’s latest smartphone is here, and it’s as good as you think it is. But does it deserve a spot in your pocket?
Motorola’s still going strong with its Moto Z lineup with two new devices added to the lineup this year alone … Continue reading “Moto Smart Speaker with Amazon Alexa Mod Review: Totally Overkill” →
LG’s V series smartphone for 2017 is my favorite of the year, even though many of you won’t even know it exists.
The only thing the new Moto X4 has going for itself is it’s beauty. Otherwise, it’s just a disappointing mid-ranger.
Andy Weir’s newest novel places a city on the Moon and aims to be as accurate as possible.
Samsung’s latest and greatest is worth $900+, at least to me.
Apple’s new iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X all feature glass on the front and back. This is obviously for … Continue reading “Mujjo Leather Wallet Case for iPhone 8 Review” →
A company called Kube Systems recently reached out to promote one of their new alarm clock/charging stations called the Kurrent. … Continue reading “Kurrent Alarm Clock with Wireless Charging Review” →
Lenovo recently reached out asking whether we’d be interested in reviewing one of their new monitors. When anyone reaches out, … Continue reading “Lenovo L27q Monitor Review” →
Lenovo’s latest entry into the gaming laptop industry is an absolute mammoth, but you won’t regret it if you buy it.
Motorola’s flagship smartphone for 2017, the Moto Z2 Force, was rumored and rumored constantly leading up to its announcement. There … Continue reading “Moto Z2 Force Review: $720 for ShatterShield” →
Apple’s latest update for your iPhone packs a ton of heat, but you may not notice it all at first.
The first phone to arrive with Google’s Tango technology since Lenovo’s Phab2 Pro is nothing more than a showcase for AR and VR. And that stinks, because it’s a good phone.