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Belkin BoostCharge portable Magsafe 5k charger review

Let’s take a look at the Belkin BoostCharge 5,000mAh MagSafe portable power bank 5K today with a detailed review. The charger is an innovative one. It is a wireless battery pack that uses Apple's MagSafe technology to attach magnetically to the back of compatible iPhones and equipped with an in-built stand to boot. Quick lowdown- Belkin BoostCharge Magsafe 5k powerbank ...

Belkin 2-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad review

Today, we delve into an in-depth review and performance test of the Belkin 2-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad with MagSafe (15W), taking you through the charging pad features, design, functionality and do some performance and power consumption testing. Belkin, a renowned American brand in the world of tech accessories, is widely recognized for its quality peripherals and lifestyle products designed...

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and Flip5 unpacked

Samsung announced their new Galaxy Z Fold5 and Flip5 foldables for the year today at their flipside unpacked event. These two new Samsung foldables, meant to replace the outgoing Samsung Flip 4 and Fold 4 phablet respectively. Also, the Singapore event is timed together with the launch at Samsung’s HQ in South Korea, also graced by local celebrities here. Samsung...

Samsung A54 phone review

Today let’s take an in-depth look at the Samsung A54 phone with a review. The phone is a premium mid-tier phone which offers good performance of the price, holding itself well a competitive phone segment. In this review, let’s delve into its exterior impressions, benchmark performance, heat management, battery life, and camera capabilities. The Samsung A54 phone belongs to Samsung's...

Samsung S23 Ultra review

Let’s take alook at the Samsung S23 Ultra with an in-depth phone review. Delve into various aspects of Samsung flagship phablet, checking out the phone's exterior design, impressive camera capabilities, and put it through a performance benchmark to gauge its heat management, battery life. Let’s go! Quick lowdown- Samsung S23 Ultra Slight incremental update from last year's model. New Snapdragon...

Belkin SoundForm Rise Earbuds Review

Belkin is known for creating innovative gadgets on top of their regular suite of well-known peripherals, cables and chargers. Today, let’s take alook at their Belkin SoundForm Rise Wireless Earbuds with a review and test, taking a closer look at the device first impressions, quality, and a rundown test using the wireless earbuds as a daily driver. Quick lowdown- Belkin...

OPENEAR Wave AS9 Bone conducting headphones review

Bone conducting headphones provides an interesting take to sound generation for personal music, allowing music to be played without earbuds in your ear canals. The OPENEAR Wave AS9 is one such device we are looking at today priced under S$60 with waterproof capabilities- Something never seen in this price range. Is it any good? Let’s take a close look...

Belkin GaN BoostCharge chargers review

Galum nitrate (GaN) USB chargers are quite a thing now in the phone charger space. They offer benefits of power efficiency and compactness. Today let’s take an in-depth look at two of Belkin GaN BoostCharge USB chargers offerings, putting them out on the field in a 4-month long term review and performance tests. A tale of two chargers We are looking...

Linksys FGW3000 5G router review

The Linksys FGW3000 is a router on the airwaves. 5G WAN freedom is the name of the game here. It is a home router which uses mobile 5G network as its WAN uplink for internet, shared via speedy WIFI-6 as well as ethernet ports. Let’s take alook at it today with a review and performance test of Linksys’s newest...

Nothing Phone 1 First Looks

Nothing released their first mobile phone in Singapore with the Nothing Phone 1. Let’s take a first look at the brand’s first phone brought to you by the London-based company. In a nutshell, Nothing Technology Limited is a new company in the consumer device scene. They are backed by an impressive group of investor including GV, EQT ventures and...

Linksys AX5400 Atlas Pro 6 mesh router review

Let’s take a look at the Linksys AX5400 Atlas Pro 6 WIFI6 Mesh router today with a detailed run through and review. We shall put it through its paces setting it up for a home environment and doing performance benchmarks. The Atlas Pro 6 AX5400 is part of a family of Mesh routers in Linksys WIFI6 range, with their MX5500...

Hiniso Dry cabinet box review

Hiniso is a less-known brand known for value for money and quality dry boxes for camera equipment in the dry cabinet scene. The company has been in the market for over a decade, and its products are trusted by photographers looking for value. Let's take alook at the Hiniso dry cabinet box today. In a nutshell drys boxes are climate-controlled...

Linksys 5G router review, blazing fast on Wi-fi 6

Linksys is a household name ambitious with consumer networking devices. Today we shall take a look at the Linksys 5G router. Interestingly, the router has a module name of "FGHSAX1800-AH", let’s just formally address it by its more generic moniker you may know simply as the Linksys 5G router. Let’s check it out! Sleek sturdy design Moreover, the device itself is...

A look at Windows 11

Windows 11 had been released and out in the wild. But the reception to date had been hardly Luke warm. The Operating system (OS) at best is not a very polished product, being plagued with issues at launch. If that is not bad enough, there are some bad decisions by Microsoft on the user experience too. Let's see what...

Linksys MX4200 Router review, mesh the easy way

Lets check out Linksys new Velop MX4200 Tri-Band Mesh WiFi 6 System today with an in-depth benchmark review. The Linksys MX4200 Router is a smart one, with the ability to extend its reach within your home via additional of accompanying multiple "Mesh" units. Lets see what's on offer. Exterior At first impressions the MX4200 has a sleek modern external design. It...

Intel Driver Bay NUC 11 Compute Element

Looking back, we last saw the Intel NUC 9 compute, code named "Ghost/Quartz Canyon" last year. It was a revolutionary product at its launch, building on the Intel NUC tried and tested layout. New for this year is Intel Driver Bay NUC 11 Compute Element. Here is what we know about it so far. Driver Bay- an incremental CPU and...

Starhub-Linksys next gen WIFI-6 MX4200 Mesh Router

StarHub and Linksys are proud to present their Smart WiFi Pro router via a partnership. It uses Linksys line of Velop MX4200 Mesh Router, offering next-generation home networking via Linksys WiFi 6 and seamless home-mesh technology. Linksys MX4200 Mesh Router On the hardware front this is done through Linksys new Velop MX4200 WiFi 6 Mesh System router. It is a first...

The great 2021 chip shortage

The current great 2021 chip shortage is something one noteworthy as one worth taking mention. It had affected both consumers and business alike. Let’s take alook at it in Singapore and how it came to be. This semiconductor chip short supply, or rather, a sudden shortage is a demand issue. This chip demand rush is fueled by the semiconductor industry...

Intel 11th Gen NUC with Panther and Tiger Canyon

It is the time of the year where Intel would announce the refresh of their tiny mini box PCs known as the NUCs. I am a big fan of their tiny power little PCs. This generation round, Intel is offering the NUC 11 Performance with a choice of two Tiger Canyon and three Phantom Canyon systems featuring Tiger Lake...

BaseUS Big Ears wireless car charger unbox and review

Today, let's take alook at the BaseUS wireless car charger with an unboxing, first impressions and functional test of the car accessory product. BaseUS is a Chinese-branded equipment brand manufacturer. They are Shenzhen based consumer electronic brand producing products under their own BaseUS Technology brand, like the product we are looking at here. Furthermore, the product goes by the "Big...

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