Sony X85J 85-inch 4K LED TV Review: See the big picture… literally!

[ad_1] Here’s answering the all-important question, should you buy the X85J? While we have reviewed the 85-inch variant of the TV, it is also available in 55 and 65-inch screen sizes. Your decision should be based on the features you are looking for and whether they are available in your budget. The X85J has a good bright panel for content consumption and even though it does not have local dimming, the darkroom performance of this TV is good with minimal blooming. A little bias light can help eliminate this as…

Intel NUC 11 Extreme Review

[ad_1] Verdict The Intel NUC 11 Extreme kit is an absolute beast of a machine that packs some serious specs in as small a package as it gets. I would also recommend the NUC 11 for its modular nature which makes it strong for future upgrades. The Beast Canyo is truly a powerhouse but it doesn’t come cheap. Even the bare-bones “kit” as Intel calls it, will set you back $1599 for the Core i9-11900KB. That being said, it is probably more powerful than your current desktop or laptop and…

Dizo GoPods Review: Essentially just rebranded Realme Buds Air 2s

[ad_1] Dizo, the first brand under the Realme techlife ecosystem, is still in its infancy stages. The company launched two affordable audio products this year to boot and have now come out with two more products in the audio category – the Dizo GoPods Neo and the Dizo GoPods. In this article, we will be reviewing the latter, an Active Noise Cancelling earphone in the sub 3K price bracket. The earphones upon first look are undeniably similar to another product we’ve reviewed in the past – the Realme Buds Air…

Samsung Galaxy A22 5G Review: The good, the bad and the verdict

[ad_1] Samsung has already launched a number of phones this year, and recently, it added to the list by releasing its latest A-series smartphone, the Galaxy A22 5G. Launched at an aggressive price, the Galaxy A22 features 5G connectivity and brings with it the promise of the MediaTek Dimensity 700. As a consequence of the segment it has been launched in, the Galaxy A22 5G goes up against a number of powerful offerings.  We’ve had the device with us for some time now, so in our review of the Galaxy A22,…

Realme GT 5G Review: Flagship-killer redefined

[ad_1] The Realme GT was recently launched in India and it is the most affordable phone to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chip in India. It is also by far the most ambitious phone from the company. The reason why that’s important is that this phone is the most expensive phone by Realme to launch in India after the Realme X2 Pro from 2019, which, by the way, was a solid phone for its price at the time. But it’s 2021 and Realme is not a new kid on the…

Realme Buds Wireless 2 Review: Value for money entry-level active noise cancelling earbuds

[ad_1] Realme has been introducing an astounding number of headphones in the past few years, be it truly wireless earphones, neckband style earphones, and others. The company is pushing towards bringing sought-after features such as Active Noise Cancellation, at an affordable price so that the masses can benefit from them. Now, Realme has launched its latest neckband style wireless earphone – the Realme Buds Wireless 2 that come with an array of features for the lowly price of Rs 2,299. Not only do you get ANC, but also LDAC codec…

Carvaan Musicbar CBWY121 Review: A budget soundbar with built-in songs, but lacks the punch

[ad_1] The Saregama Carvaan speakers have carved out a nice niche for themselves, offering users some of the best Indian classics along with pretty decent speakers. I personally have the Saregama Carvaan 2.0 Gold which comes with Harman Kardon speakers and I am very happy with it. The beauty of the Carvaan speakers is that they are affordable and generally sound pretty good as Bluetooth speakers as well. With the Saregama Carvaan Musicbar, the company has tried to offer users a soundbar that can sit below their TV and play…

OnePlus Buds Pro Review: Feature-packed beast!

[ad_1] A short while after Ex-OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei debuted the Nothing Ear 1 true wireless earphones, OnePlus has come out with its latest true wireless offering, the OnePlus Buds Pro. Sporting the ‘Pro’ moniker, the OnePlus Buds Pro is a feature-packed pair of TWS earphones complete with Active Noise Cancellation, pressure-sensitive controls, Qi wireless charging, app support, and much more. The OnePlus Buds Pro is a mid-range truly wireless earphone that competes with the likes of the Oppo Enco X, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, and even the newly launched…

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti Graphics Card Review: An odd predicament

[ad_1] NVIDIA had announced the GeForce RTX 3070 Ti alongside the RTX 3080 Ti at COMPUTEX 2021. These are the newest members of the RTX 30-series GPUs and there’s already rumours of another GPU in the high-end segment. When we reviewed the RTX 3080 Ti, we’d found it to be very close to the RTX 3090 in terms of performance. In fact, with driver optimisations improving performance with each driver release, the RTX 3080 Ti with current drivers beats the RTX 3090 when paired with its launch drivers (which are…

Fujitsu UH-X Thin & Light 11th gen Core i7 (2021) Review: Lightweight, versatile, and well-built

[ad_1] Japanese engineering is second to none, most of the time. I own a 2020 Suzuki IGNIS and it is as refined and long-lasting as they come. Similarly, when Fujitsu sent over its “made-in-Japan” laptop, I was intrigued and excited, to say the least. The Fujitsu unit is a 2-in-1 convertible laptop featuring a touch-screen and a 360-degree hinge.  Fujitsu plans to market its laptop based on its excellent build quality, built-in touch screen, high performance and a plethora of features. After using the device, I have to admit that the…