Monthly Archives: April 2013

Single-Purpose Handsets in History

HTC has recently launched a smartphone named the ‘First’, which comes with an in-built Facebook button. This is not the first time a mobilephone has come out with a specific function in mind. And interestingly, those kinds of devices tend to failed in the market. May be customers need more versatile mobilephones. Here’s our list of few other single-purpose devices in the past. Have a look. 

Samsung Galaxy Note III to Sport 5.99-inch Display: Rumor

Samsung has yet to confirm the Galaxy Note III, but it doesn’t stop rumor mills to talk about the device. A Chinese website named MyDrivers, has reported that the forthcoming Galaxy Note III would have a bigger screen than its predecessor Note II. The site also published images of the alleged Note III phablet.

Review: Logitech Harmony Touch

Logitech has introduced its latest model of Harmony range of universal remote controls, and it is named the Harmony Touch.

Logitech’s Harmony Touch lacks a keypad and comes with an enlarged color screen. Setting up the device is a simple process, as the software included on the CD is informative and easy to understand.

Ten Best Ultrabooks Currently Available

Ultrabooks are everyone’s favorite. What makes the devices so popular is their slim and light design with fast performance capabilities. They are also designed to wake from sleep in about 2 seconds. If you are looking to purchase an Ultrabook,  here’s our list of the Top 10 Ultrabooks available in the current market. 

Review: Xplore iX104C5 DMSR-M2

The Xplore iX104C5 DMSR-M2 tablet is mainly designed for the military and law enforcement, as it focuses on being a tough device. The M2 is one of the most rugged tablet devices in the market. It sports a 10.4-inch display, and has a 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, and offers sunlight readable dual-mode touch-screen with extra brightness.

BlackBerry Q10 Sees Huge Demand in the UK

The UK residents who have been waiting to play with the BlackBerry Q10 and the company made that possible last Friday. Fans thronged the outlets of Selfridges over the weekend and made the device their own. For the record, Selfridges even announced that the Q10 has become their fastest ever selling product.

Micromax Canvas Smartphones Sell Over One Million Units

Micromax’s Canvas handsets have crossed over a million units in sales. The latest Canvas HD A116 dual-SIM smartphone was available for pre-order from company’s website and on snapdeal.com. According to Micromax, they have sold a total of 9,000 units within just 24 hours.

Best Android Tablets for Gaming

One of the main advantages of tablet devices is that they offer gaming functions to its owners. With understanding this fact, chip makers and tablet manufacturer now paying more attention to provide a faster, smoother, and prettier performance on their products. A variety of high end tablets of this genre are ready to hit the market. We, here, try to list the best Android tablets in the current market, which deliver impressive graphics and gaming performance.

Review: Motorola Electrify M

US Cellular’s Motorola Electrify M is similar to the DROID RAZR M that comes on Verizon. The handset is now available on US Cellular at a price of $99. This mid-range handset packs a few high-end specs.

The Electrify M has a plain and dimpled silver backplate, in place of the the fancy Kevlar back of the DROID RAZR. The volume and power buttons are located at the right side, while the microUSB port and microSD card slots are on the left.

Review: Nokia Asha 210

Asha 210 is the latest handset from Finnish mobilephone maker Nokia. This latest member of the Asha line-up carries a design similar to the high-end Windows Phone-powered Lumia smartphones.

The Nokia Asha is one of the most colorful QWERTY keyboard phones available in the market. The design and build qualities in Asha 210 are good like other Nokia devices.