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Last week we had seen the Seagate Wireless Plus 2TB drive for those who like carrying around their digital library. This week, we have Kingston MobileLite Wireless, which uses the same philosophy of wireless data transfer. But unlike the Seagate Wireless Plus, Kingston MobileLite Wireless does not come with a hard drive. It has provisions […]

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Asus has re-entered the smartphone market in India with their new Zenfone series announced at this year’s CES. The new series is available in four screen sizes – 4, 4.5, 5 and 6 inches. Today we’ll be taking a closer look at the Zenfone 5. With a starting price of just Rs 10,000 for the […]

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A lot of us are leading mobile-oriented lifestyles, but it may not always be possible for you to lug around your entire digital library with you while on the move. The capacities offered by smartphones and tablets reaches 128GB tops, with majority of the smartphones coming in 16GB and 32GB capacities. You really have to […]

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It has been a while since we tested graphics cards. We recently got the ASUS’s ROG Matrix Platinum R9290X card. This Matrix ROG card like its predecessors is targetted at high end users and comes in a massive size. So let us see how it performs as compared to a stock R9290X graphics card.   […]

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Oppo might still be a relatively unheard of brand for many but for those who’ve used their products will attest to the high standards of build quality, right down to their budget offerings. So far we’ve seen the N1, Joy and even had a go at the R1 and Find 5 mini. Even though all […]

The post Oppo Find 7 review: Great design and stunning display, but poor battery life appeared first on Tech2.

We had seen the Seagate Backup Plus 1TB Slim drive couple of months back. Seagate had also announced another drive along with the 2TB Slim drive, namely the Seagate Backup Plus Fast with a whopping 4TB of capacity. This is the first 4TB external drive which is USB powered. How Seagate managed that and how […]

The post Seagate 4TB Backup Plus Fast review: A blazing drive thanks to the power of two appeared first on Tech2.

With the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and 10.5, Samsung has pushed limits with the super-sharp display and ultra thin body. Both tablets come with the best hardware we’ve seen on a tablet and, unsurprisingly, are steeply priced. It’s a bold move considering the tablet market is currently dominated by cheaper Android tablets. Even Apple, feeling […]

The post Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review: A great alternative to the iPad mini appeared first on Tech2.

Flipkart entering the tablet space is hardly surprising. In a world dominated by iPads, the budget or entry-level tablet space has been left up for grabs for a long time now. Samsung has enjoyed its fair share of success in this segment and so has Asus, when they slashed the price of the 2012 Nexus […]

The post Digiflip Pro XT 712 review: Tremendous value but has its drawbacks appeared first on Tech2.

The mirrorless interchangeable lens camera segment is heating up. We have seen some really good mirrorless cameras across price segments this year. There’s certainly more action happening in this segment and the advanced point and shoot segment, than the DSLRs which are just iterating on set design specifications and features. Sony seems to be on […]

The post Sony Alpha a6000 review: Excellent performance for the price appeared first on Tech2.

As we settle into the second half of the year, where Apple and Google reveal their next-gen flagships, the smartphone market should ideally cool down. But not in India, where it’s a bonanza of smartphones from LG, Asus and newcomer Xiaomi. The Mi 3 is in many ways the phone that will define Xiaomi in […]

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