Razer Blade (2015) Review
The biggest upgrade is in the GPU department, as it's now rocking the all-new GTX 970M Maxwell GPU from Nvidia with 3GB of RAM. Razer claims the addition of this new The CPU's boost clock has also increased from 3.2GHz to 3.6GHz. Razer has also ...
April 10, 2015
13-inch MacBook Air (early 2015) review
Apple has upgraded its 13-inch MacBook Air with Broadwell processors, faster flash storage and better graphics, and upgrades Thunderbolt to Thunderbolt 2. But physically, and throughout most of the specifications, little else has changed, and our tests ...
April 10, 2015
The Morning Ledger: Weak Economic Reports Cast a Spotlight On Pricey Stocks
The Weather Channel, known for its round-the-clock forecasts and tracking of big weather events, is facing a major threat to its core business—the fees it collects from pay-TV providers that carry its channel. Verizon Sharp seeks spinoff of LCD ...
April 6, 2015
Inside Miami Music Week's Pool Parties and Concerts
As the clock struck 2 a.m., the guest house opened its Breakfast Sessions event, with extended DJ sets, Jell-O shot service, and entertainment such as the personal appearance analyses from the Bumbys. The after-hours catering included a spread of ...
April 8, 2015
India Launch of Suzuki Sports Bikes GSX-S1000 and S1000F in June
They come with a ground clearance of 140mm and features LCD instrument cluster with odometer, dual tripmeters, gear position indicator ambient temperatures, fuel consumption, and a clock. The naked motorcycle GSX S1000 will be competing against the ...
April 9, 2015
Sony Xperia Z4 photo sample surfaces
But as far as I understand Sony's Triluminos is already ahead of most LCDs in power consumption. Though I With a large 3,200 or more preferably 3,400mah battery and finding a sweet spot in clock speed/throttle it could be handled well. And come out ...
April 7, 2015
ZTE Blade S6 Plus review
Lanh reviewed the $250 ZTE Blade S6 in February, and now ZTE has launched a bigger version of the same device, the ZTE Blade S6 Plus. With a 5.5 inch display and the same basic internals as the Blade S6, the S6 Plus has lots to offer. So let's take an ...
April 8, 2015
When I look back on my life and take stock of the things that have made and make me happiest, I don’t think about the material objects I’ve procured. I don’t think about the money I’ve made or the cars I’ve owned or the possessions stashed away in my garage. There are the grand adventures: I did Outward Bound when I was 17. It was 28 days of rigorous experiences in the wild of New England — moment to moment instances where I had to “be here now or maybe die” — that majorly shaped the rest of my life,... The annual 10-day trip I take with my extended family to a part of the world we’ve never been. There are the smaller, more private adventures: My friend Eric and I were out paddling one day when we came across a very friendly and interactive pod of dolphins. We see dolphins up close fairly frequently, but these guys really wanted to play, so for 30 minutes we chased them (or they chased us). But, alas, Eric is a dedicated photographer and was agonizing the whole time over the fact that he didn’t have... So as we paddled past his beach house, he bailed on this once in a great while real-time experience to paddle in and retrieve his camera.
The competition in this space is heating up, and there a lots of devices to choose from, some are sub $300, and the pricing goes as low as $200. One company that has been making waves in this space is ZTE. Lanh reviewed the $250 ZTE Blade S6 in February, and now ZTE has launched a bigger version of the same device, the ZTE Blade S6 Plus. So let’s take an in-depth look at the ZTE Blade S6 Plus. Like the ZTE Blade S6, it is quite obvious what has inspired the design of the S6 Plus. From its gray colored body, rounded corners, circular home button and even the naming convention, the Blade S6 Plus borrows heavily from the design language of the iPhone 6 Plus. The entire body of the Blade S6 Plus is made of plastic, and while plastic doesn’t necessarily have to feel cheap, unfortunately it could be said of the Blade S6 Plus that it lacks a premium feel. Although overall the Blade S6 Plus looks like the Blade S6, there is one big difference in its construction. The Blade S6 is a sealed unit that uses trays for both the SIM cards and for the micro SD card.
Vivo y series of mobile phones is far less famous x-series newly introduced Y29L in chord or how much, but when I hold it in my hand it really feels pretty good, pretty appearance and pink color scheme, there is also a practical function, is still... 13 million megapixel rear-mounted sensor, lens 6P, F/2. 5 million megapixel front-facing camera. Support for GSM/TD-SCDMA/TD-LTE (the mobile version of the current sale only, subsequent versions else will). In addition, on the official Web page of Y29L, VIVO also claimed Y29L “equipped with professional Hi-Fi chips” and “measured SNR 105db distortion lower than -95dB”, but the specific provider is not that chip. May be after iPhone 4, on the mobile phone front and back with glass design began to pop up, using a double-sided glass can indeed enhance the grade of mobile phones to a large extent and appearance of a beautiful, but the resulting problem is the...