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ZTE Axon 7 Review

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Obviously this review is really late since this phone was released last year, so I’ll try my best to make it different from the others. Continue reading


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Casting Local Content to Chromecast

chromecast BannerI just got myself a Chromecast and already love it. For the uninitiated, it’s an turns you old, HDMI ready, TV into an instant smart TV which you control either with your phone from from chrome. Everything worked great until I wanted to stream my local content.
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First Look: Dell XPS 15 2015 Edition

xps15BannerFor a lot of us, the XPS 13 sleek design was great, but the screen wasn’t quite big enough. Well fret no more, Dell has brought that same design to the XPS 15 and with upgrades!

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First Look: Dell XPS 13 2015 Edition

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With a market in need of a better alternatives to the Macbook Air, Dell answers this call with the newly redesigned XPS 13. Continue reading


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Razer Tartarus Review

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The Razer Tartarus is a new trend in gaming peripherals popular with MMO gamers and some FPS gamers as depicted in RocketJump’s VGHS web-series. Continue reading


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MSI GS60 Ghost Review

msiBannerThere are literally tons of reviews of this laptop on the web so there’s no reason for you to read another long and boring review of it so I will make this as quick as possible. I waited 6 months to write this, mostly due to procrastination and I don’t think anyone has used a product this long before writing a review, so this article is 100% from user experience. The only difference between my laptop and the standard spec sheet for it below is that I upgraded it with two 128 GB mSata SSDs in raid 0.

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Awesome Surface Street Art Timelapse

Sightings of Street Art depicting the Surface Tablet has been spotted in New York. Their appearance, documented by a Facebook user called “Surface Evangelist,” signals that the company is gearing up for the launch, which means that we could be getting more details about the Surface soon. The big unanswered question is how much Microsoft will charge for the computers. Continue reading