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ZTE Mimosa X

ZTE Mimosa X

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ZTE has cracked out Buck’s Fizz at MWC 2012 with the launch of the ZTE Mimosa X; it’s a dual-core Android 4.0 handset but is it worthy of its celebratory name? The Mimosa X has a certain Nokia-esque look about it, with the 4.3-inch screen housed in an extended, rounded chassis. As with most ICS devices, the Mimosa hasn’t got many buttons to speak of, although there are four softkeys…

Samsung Galaxy Beam

Hands on: Samsung Galaxy Beam review

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Just when you thought phones weren’t going to get any more converged, we suddenly see the Samsung Galaxy Beam, complete with integrated projector. Well, that’s not entirely accurate, as this isn’t the first projector phone from Samsung, as two years ago we were subjected to a super chunky model – also called the Galaxy Beam. However, there’s a lot more to like here on the new and upgraded version, as…

Audio-technica AT2020

Audio-technica AT2020 Review

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A broad rule is that vibrant microphones including the Shure SM58S are exceptional for instruments and lifestyle performances. As a few fact, if you seriously consider what almost all live performers use, you possibly can almost bet, it can easily certainly be a Shure SM58S. On the other side of the coin hand, condenser studio room microphones are used for words or other soft recordings exactly where details are hugely…

Best Gaming Motherboard

Useful Tips to Choose the Best Gaming Motherboard Reviews

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At the very bottom of the heart in your computer system, lays the term motherboard. The motherboard is the part that can connect every component inside your CPU box. The better the connection is rehearsed, the better your computer will run. Considering the importance of motherboard, for you who keen on playing any computer game better, choosing the right motherboard would an activity that is important to do precisely. The…

Logitech G13

Logitech G13 Gameboard Review

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It’s no secret that majority of keyboards being offered today are not for people who live for the game. Just like how the typewriter is, computer keyboards are meant for typing. Nonetheless, despite their limited functionality many gamers struggle to beat the digital bad guys for the sake of playing. Worry no more! Input devices are now available and ready to serve and assist users. To make computer gaming more…

Samsung SCX-4623F

Samsung SCX-4623F

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A glowing recommendation for a Samsung printer is becoming almost a Monty event in these pages. Following the Samsung SCX-4600, this retooled version that adds 33.6Kb / fax facilities (among others) s in the mix. Some multifunctional devices make it difficult for you to switch between different functions. Not the Samsung SCX-4623F. This device comes with a simple yet intuitive control panel with buttons that let you slip seamlessly from…

Optoma PK301

Optoma PK301 Projector Review

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Optoma knows of two about projectors, so it’s no surprise that the PK301 is not only small and lightweight but made with the same quality as its bigger siblings. These pico is pumping a relatively bright image, and we appreciate the convenient focusing. However, keep the PK301 relatively high price compared with LG Optimus 3D price and short battery life is back. And we must overcome some hurdles, see PowerPoints….

Pixma MX882

Pixma MX882 – Short Review

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One of the flagships of the next generation of Canon Pixma printers adds, the Pixma MX882 multifunction printer a few upgrades on the line – especially regarding speed – but leaves some to be desired amenities. Like many other Pixma all-in-one, there is still a large, square, black box (which weighs more than 25). And it does not offer a large colour touchscreen that more manufacturers are rolling out. While…

Acer Iconia W700

Acer Iconia W700

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Great build quality The W700 is relatively thick with its 11.1 mm, but it is actually slimmer than Microsoft’s Surface Pro. The screen measures 11.6 inches across diagonals, or 1 inch more compared with the Surface. The weight of Iconia W700 is 950 grams, which is a bit too heavy for a tablet. On the other hand, the build quality is just great, with this premium looking aluminum chassis. The…

Nokia Lumia 2520

Nokia Lumia 2520 Comprehensive Review

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Nokia Lumia 2520 is the first Windows tablet from Nokia. It comes with the recognised Lumia design and is only 8.9mm thin. The tablet is 615 grams heavy, which means it is not so light as it looks. The tablet is equipped with Windows 8.1 RT, which we find a significant disadvantage because RT gives insufficient options for a tablet. A full Windows 8.1 would be better for a tablet…