Xiaomi Mi TV 3S 4K Smart TVs – 55’’ and 65’’

Xiaomi Mi TV 3S 4K Smart TVs specifications – 55’’ and 65’’ 

Up until recently, the Chinese market for 4K TVs was dominated by second-rate manufacturers and low-budget models. That is, until the smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi announced their range of 4k Smart TVs with amazing quality, boosted specs and very reasonable price.

HP - ENVY x360 2-in-1 15.6 Touch-Screen laptop, one different notebook

2-in-1 15.6" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i5 - 12GB Memory - 1TB Hard Drive – Silver

The HP ENVY x360 Convertible 2-in-1 Laptop can bring versatility to your computing. In case you need a laptop for your work or a tablet for leisure, you can use this HP convertible laptop. The Intel Core i5 processor provides powerful performance when using your favorite programs and apps, and the 1TB hard drive lets you store plenty of digital files. This HP convertible laptop rotates a full 360 degrees for customized viewing of the 15.6-inch screen.

Product Features:
The laptop comes with Windows 10 which reminds a bit of the old Windows 7 – at least the familiar Start Menu is here.

The most interesting feature of the laptop is by far the multi-touch screen – 15.6’’ Full HD for hands-on control with 1920 x 1080 resolution, IPS technology and WLED backlight. You can touch, tap and glide on the screen – basically use it as a fully functional tablet. It’s also 360 deg flip-and-fold.

The 7thGen Intel Core i5 gives you the performing power you need on a ultra-low-voltage platform. The laptop comes with 12 GB RAM for full-power multitasking. You can smoothly run games or heavy photo or video-editing applications.

This option also comes with 1TB of hard storage space to save your files. If you’re not looking into lots of storage and would prefer the faster performance of an SSD, the laptop is also offered with 128 GB / 256 GB of SSD, which, of course, is taken into consideration in the price as well.

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You get Intel HD Graphics 620 (on-processor graphics) which provides good everyday image quality for the casual user, but not good enough for heavy games or image editing applications.

This laptop weighs barely 2.17 kg and is less than 18 mm thin to make it ultraportable with its smaller screen and no DVD drive.

As far as connectivity goes, you get Bluetooth interface, 3 x USB 3.0 (backward compatible with 2.0), HDMI output, media reader, and, of course, Wi-Fi.

The laptop has a built-in webcam with two microphones, a backlit keyboard and a headphone / microphone combo jack.

HP - ENVY x360 Specifications

Key specifications

HDD capacity

1 TB

HDD type



Windows 10

Processor speed

2.5 GHz

Processor model

Intel 7th Generation core i5


12 GB

Graphics card

Intel HD Graphics 620 (on-processor graphics)

Battery life

10 hrs

Screen size


Touch screen



Graphics type



Intel HD Graphics 620

Video memory type

Total available


Type of RAM


Number of memory slots







Port type

HDMI, Headphone, Microphone, USB Type C

Bluetooth enabled


NFC enabled


Embedded mobile broadband



Wireless networking



Screen resolution

1920 x 1080 (Full HD)

Display type

Full HD Widescreen LED


Optical drive


Built-in webcam


Numerical keyboard


Touchpad type


2-in-1 Design


Backlit keyboard


Speaker type


Battery type


Battery cells

4 cells





17.78 mm


381 mm


249 mm


2.17 kg

Lenovo Tab 2 A10 - affordable performer in the 10.1' segment

Lenovo Tab 2 A10 is an entry level 10.1 inch Android tablet with good specs and great sound

Lenovo Tab 2 A10 tablet
Lenovo Tab 2 A10

Extra-large tablets are getting increasingly popular but the 10-inch Lenovo Tab 2 A10 with a beautiful display and epic battery life is an excellent option for less than $200. Despite the seemingly modest specifications, the tablet is still a great choice if you’re on a budget but are looking for strong battery and a good display.


10.1-inch screen
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels
IPS technology
Multi-touch screen
LED backlit display
Processor & Memory
1.3GHz Quad-Core Processor
32 GB internal storage
16 GB memory card capacity
Operating system
Android Lollipop 5.1
General features
Built-in speaker
8-megapixel back camera
5-megapixel front camera
Wi-Fi & Bluetooth enabled
3.5mm stereo headphone jack
microSD memory card slot
Micro USB
Thickness: 8.95 mm
Height: 17.1 cm
Width: 24.7cm
Weight: 525g

With an elegant metallic blue polycarbonate shell, the Tab 2 has a sleek look. The camera on the back is slightly protruding (typical for Lenovo tablets). The logo on the back is placed in a way that suggests the tablet is to be used in landscape position. The headphone jack is situated on the top edge of the tablet near the front camera. The Tab-2 has a multi-speaker sound bar at the top of the device’s shell and in the middle of the sound bar is the back camera.
The USB 2.0 micro port is on the left edge of the tablet next to the volume and power buttons. The micro SD is hidden under a cap on the right side.

Despite being a mid-range tablet, the 10-inch Full HD IPS display is impressive. It provides a sharp, colourful image. The brightness measures at 380 nits, a bit higher than category average. The colour is also reproduced wonderfully, at 94% sRGB gamut.

The sound comes crisp and clear when the Dolby Atmos settings are set to Music preset. The Dolby app is by default set up to Movies preset however even with those settings the audio does not degrade. Still, the Music preset provides more balanced and open audio.

Software and Apps
Lenovo keeps the Tab 2 experience closer to stock Android. Android Lollipop is fast and responsive on the tablet – make sure you upgrade to Lollipop as the tablet most likely will be delivered running KitKat.

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Lenovo’s stock apps are down to a minimum in order to keep the Android experience. You get Google's own apps (Drive, Gmail, Play, Photos, Maps and others), Lenovo's apps (including Calendar, Camera, Music, Email, SYNCit HD and its SHAREit), and some useful third-party apps like Amazon Kindle, Evernote and Kingsoft's Microsoft Office-compatible WPS Office suite.

Powered by a 1.5-GHz MediaTek MT8165 64-bit, quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, the Tab 2 is good for surfing the Web while listening to music or watching videos. There isn’t any issue listening to a music stream (e.g. Spotify) while browsing in Chrome and navigate between several apps.
In the Geekbench 3 synthetic benchmark test, the Tab 2 earned 2,371, putting it below the category average (2,648).
This tablet didn't fare well in our 3DMark gaming benchmark test, either, notching 9,282. That's less than half of the category average (18,974). The ZenPad S (13,041) may have outdone the Tab 2, but the Iconia Tab 10 (5,379) got a worse score.
In terms of battery life, the Tab 2 A10 lasts an impressive 12 hours on the Laptop Mag battery test.

The 8-megapixel rear camera shoots well and captures fine details while the front 5-megapixel produces good selfies with fine color balance. The Camera app has the Picture in Picture feature, which to take two photos at once, and place one in a polaroid-film frame in a spot of your choosing. The Camera app also comes with a "Face beauty mode," which is becoming fairly standard on most Android phones and tablets.

Battery Life
A fully charged Tab 2 has enough battery life to last 12 hours on the Laptop Mag battery test, which involves continuous Web surfing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness. That's almost 3 hours longer than the category average (8:48).

Configurations and Accessories
For $20 more, the Tab 2 comes with 32GB of flash storage, as opposed to our entry-level model's 16GB. Lenovo also offers a few useful accessories for the Tab 2, including a 16GB USB and micro USB flash drive, which costs $25. There's also a 5000mAh external battery available for $30, to support the 7200mAh battery inside the Tab 2.

IRULU 10.1’’ Android Lollipop tablet PC - eXpro X1 Plus Series

IRULU eXpro X1 Plus Series 10.1’’ Android Lollipop tablet PC reviewed

IRULU eXpro X1 Plus Series tablet
IRULU tablet
Today we’ll review one of the budget tablet PC options of a non-popular producer – IRULU. Their 10.1-inch tablet is priced at under $60 but offers more computing power that you’d think such a budget tablet will have.

Build-wise, the tablet is thicker and heavier than an iPad 2 but still compact and travels well. Additionally, the smooth plastic back of the tablet feels comfortable in your hands but gives a bit of a cheaper look.

XOTIC Asus GL502VM-DB71 – 15.6 gaming laptop

XOTIC Asus GL502VM-DB71 –  15.6" gaming laptop - my review

XOTIC Asus GL502VM-DB71 gaming laptop

In today’s review we will take a look at an Asus model for a very well executed gaming laptop with target mid to high range budget clientele. This is the XOTIC Asus GL502VM-DB71 – a FHD G-Sync Gaming Laptop with Intel I7 6700HQ, Nvidia GTX 1060, 16GB Ram, 1TB SSD and a 1TB HDD. The laptop sells at around $1750 and you’re about to understand why.

Acer Aspire ES1-512 - cheap but reliable 15 inch laptop

Product review of the cheap 15.6 inch laptop Acer Aspire ES1-512 powered by Intel Celeron processor

Acer Aspire ES1-512 cheap laptop
Acer Aspire ES1-512

The Acer laptop we are reviewing in this article – Acer Aspire ES1-512 is a hot seller at Amazon and Argos recently. It tops the leader board at both retailers and this is why we decided it’s worth to take a look.

Acer decided to stick to a tried and trusted formula with this model and to pack in as many features as they can for as low of a price as possible. The laptop is currently selling between $230 - $280.

Luxor TV

Buying Luxor TV, 50 inch Full HD and 4K LED TVs - price, features, specifications and customer product review of sample Luxor TV

Luxor 50 inch Full HD and 4K LED TVs
Luxor TV - is it worth it?

So, who has ever heard of the Luxor brand? Well, I think not too many consumers, not to mention Luxor TVs. Today I will make you more familiar with this innovative brand and more specifically with one of their latest 4k LED TV sets. Overall, the TV gives moderately good picture, although the sound quality leaves a lot to be desired. 

The price is at around $600 or less so if you are looking to save a buck and get a decent TV, you may look into Luxor. 

We haven't done many Luxor TV reviews so far but the reason for that is that as a brand they haven't released any new products recently.

Sharp LC-55CUG8462KS 55 inch Ultra HD TV

Sharp LC-55CUG8462KS 55 inch Ultra HD TV reviewed

Sharp LC-55CUG8462KS 55 inch Ultra HD TV
Sharp LC-55CUG8462KS 55 inch Ultra HD TV

Today we would like to take a look at one of Sharp’s Smart TVs, namely the Sharp LC-55CUG8462KS. This is a 55-inch budget 4K Ultra HD Smart TV that does not support 3D.

Before we get into details for the model itself, let’s say a few words for Sharp TVs in general. Most of Sharp’s 4K UHD TVs are what we’d call budget models which offer some decent to very good picture. The more expensive Sharp 4K models also pack some very nice features even if they don’t quite compare effectively with top shelf models from Samsung, Sony or LG. 

In other words, Sharp is a very decent go-to brand if you want to get started with 4K that offers quality but don’t want to spend a fortune.

Meizu M3 Note - excellent 5.5 inch smartphone

 Great hardware and performance features from the beautiful looking Meizu M3 Note

Meizu M3 Note smartphone
The latest Meizu family member – the Meizu M3 Note – builds on the M1 and M3 ad adds a faster processor, bigger battery and a more premium design. It keeps the 5.5’’ 1080 p display and uses a more powerful Helio P1- chipset with a 4,100 mAh battery. The other features are similar to the predecessor, the M2 – 13P main camera, 16 or 32 GB expandable storage, LTE connectivity, dual SIM. The M3 also features a fingerprint scanner on its home button on the front.

The Meizu’s all-metal design is a welcome change compared to the M1 and M2 – improves the looks and hand feel and gives a much better built quality than the plastic shells.

Key features
  • 5.5" 1080p LTPS IPS LCD display of 403ppi
  • Flyme OS 5 UI on top of Android Lollipop
  • MediaTek Helio P10: octa-core Cortex-A53 processor (4x 1.8GHz + 4x 1.0GHz), Mali-T860MP2 GPU, 2GB or 3GB of RAM
  • 13MP camera with two-tone LED flash, 1080p video recording @30fps
  • 5MP front-facing camera with 1080p@30fps video recording
  • 16GB or 32GB of built-in storage; expandable via a microSD slot
  • Cat. 4 LTE (150/50Mbps); Dual SIM; Wi-Fi a/b/g/n; Bluetooth 4.1; GPS/GLONASS/Beidou; USB On-The-Go
  • mTouch Home button with a fingerprint scanner
  • Active noise cancellation via a dedicated mic
  • 4,100mAh battery
  • 153.6 x 75.5 x 8.2 mm, weighs about 163g

Main disadvantages
  • Launches on Lollipop
  • No fast charging
  • Weaker GPU

The drawbacks in the Meizu M3 are few, the most prominent of which is the lack of fast charging. The Android Lollipop is fairly recent but not the best option and given the track record of Meizu’s OS updates, the M3 is not very likely for an upgrade.

The M3 Note features an all metal subtly curved rear cover, except the antenna cutouts covered with plastic. The 5.5" display isn't perfectly suited for one-handed operation, but the phone still feels great in hand and you can easily do the important stuff with one hand. It isn't as lightweight as the MX5, but still slips nicely into pockets. The grip is secure enough, but because of the big footprint and the suspicious screen glass we'd recommend handling it extra carefully.

Above the display is the front selfie camera – 5 MP. Below the screen is located the fingerprint scanner / home button. On the left side of the screen is the dual-SIM tray and the volume and power buttons are on the right. The audio jack is located on the top along with the secondary microphone. The bottom of the phone fits the micro USB port, the primary microphone and the speaker. The primary camera is on the back (13 MP) with a dual-tone LED flash.

The display of the Meizu M3 Note employs a 5.5" LTPS IPS LCD panel of 1080p resolution. The colors are nicely saturated and the viewing angles are quite good. The high resolution is definitely a treat for the price and more than sufficient at 1080p. The M3 Note's display matrix is a standard RGB arrangement. The Meizu M3 fares well in terms of maximum brightness and black levels, however its predecessors are a bit better in this aspect. The colour rendering of the M3 Note is below average and the colour saturation is not as good as it should be – the whites tend to be bluish. Outdoors, the Meizu M3 Note is a below average performer in terms of sunlight legibility. The glass on top of the display is quite reflective, so most of the time you'll be able to barely see what's happening on the screen.

Battery life
Powered by an impressive 4,100mAh battery, the Meizu M3 Note promises solid uptime on a single charge. The Meizu M3 Note's overall endurance rating chimed in at 93 hours. That means you can use the M3 Note for just shy of 4 full days of full usage.

Meizu M3 Note runs on the MediaTek Helio P10, which isn't widespread as the X10. The P10 packs an octa-core processor with 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.8GHz and 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.0GHz. The Meizu M3 Note does OK for a mid-ranger and its processor has enough power to handle most tasks.

Meizu M3 Note smartphone camera

The 13MP camera sets high expectations, with options for HDR but ends up being a slight disappointment – the details of the pictures are compromised by blurry spot near the center and a high level of noise. The dynamic range however is ok and the colours, contrast and white balance are accurate.

Meizu M3 Note key findings
  • Great built quality and hand feel
  • Very practical home button with fingerprint scan, although the press and tap needs getting used to
  • Big screen but mixed impression – not the best colour rendering, contrast ratio and poor sunlight performance
  • Great battery life – a bit under 4 days of regular use
  • Speaker output is shallow and the loudness is not impressive
  • Rear camera does not perform well in terms of detail and noise levels but makes up for it in terms of dynamic range and colours

Meizu M3 Note video review

Thanks for checking my Meizu M3 Note review. I would be more than happy to hear what you think about this alternative premium smartphone so please let me know in the comments below. Also I would like to know which is your favorite smartphone as of today and why?

Laptop / Tablet Lenovo Flex 4 1570

Laptop / Tablet Lenovo Flex 4 1570 quick video review

The laptop has a metal housing, great FHD display, Genuine Windows 10, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, LED backlit keyboard.

Laptop / Tablet Lenovo Flex 4 1570

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  • Intel Core i7 Dual Core Processor with Turbo Boost (2.5GHz)
  • 256GB SSD
  • 15 "LED HD Display (1920x1080)
  • AMD R7 M460 Graphics
  • Optical Drive (DVD / CD): Not Included
  • Built-in Webcam and Microphone
  • Media Card Reader
  • bluetooth 4.0
  • Windows 10 Operating System

Premium tech: LG OLED B6P 4K TV

Price info and features of the premium 4K  OLED TV -  LG OLED B6P

Premium tech: LG OLED B6P 4K TV
Today’s review will feature one of the highest quality 4K TVs on the market – the LG OLED B6P. This TV outperforms almost all TVs out there, with the exception of the more expensive OLED TVs from 2016. The perfect black levels, wide viewing angles accurate colour and bright picture, the TV proves to be top of the top. The design is also strikingly slim and sleek.

A major drawback, however, is the price – this is a high-end TV and it’s priced around $2800 which makes it not too affordable. It still is high-end and delivers the best picture quality so it could be considered as a best value buy for the OLED series.

Lenovo Flex 4 (15") - affordable 2-in-1 laptop

Lenovo Flex 4 is powerful machine for the average user


The Lenovo Flex 4 (15”) is equipped with Intel® 7th Gen Core™ processor. The processor performs fast and makes the 2-in-1 suitable for daily work, heavy image-processing applications, browsing and gaming as well. The machine itself feels more expensive, with a diamond-cut beveled edge around the aluminum palm rest. The keyboard is improved with larger keys for speed typing.

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The battery is said to provide up to 7 hours of life on a single charge according to Lenovo’s tests. In reality, you can expect 6 hours of battery life when doing regular work + browsing or around 3,5 hours if watching video. The laptop recharges quite quickly, in around an hour.

The storage offered is up to 1 TB HDD or 512 GB SSD, which means you can enjoy the extra space and say goodbye to external hard drives.

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The vibrant 15.6” FHD (1920 x 1080) display with 10-point multitouch yields bright, detailed visuals. Choose optional discrete graphics for outstanding performance in gaming and multimedia. In-plane switching (IPS) technology means the display can be viewed clearly over a wide angle – perfect for sharing content with friends

The stereo speakers featuring Audio by Harman technology deliver crisp, clear sound.

The laptop’s weight is in the middle range, starting at 4.58 lbs (2.08 kg) and measures 0.84" (21.3 mm) thin. The Flex 4 is noticeably sleeker, however given the powerful specs, the weight is not in the lighter range as could be expected. You can use the Flex in four different modes: Laptop, Stand, Tent, or Tablet. The unique hinge design allows the screen to flip around 360 degrees, so you can select the mode based on what you choose to do. However, most users prefer it as a table machine / laptop since 15,6 inches is a bit too big and awkward to be used as a tablet.




Up to 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processor

Up to Intel® Pentium® 4405U Processor

Operating System

Windows 10 Home


Up to Intel® HD Graphics 620

Up to AMD Radeon R7 M460 2GB

Webcam / Microphone

1 MP Fixed Focus CMOS Camera (720p)


Up to 16GB DDR4 2133 MHz


Up to 1TB 5400 RPM

Up to 256GB SSD


Stereo Speakers with Harman Audio Certification


52.5 WHr; Up to 8.5 Hours Local HD Video Playback at 150 nits


15.6" FHD IPS AntiGlare Multitouch (1920x1080) with integrated camera


(W x D x H)

(inches) : 14.88" x 9.96" x 0.84"

(mm) : 378 x 253 x 21.4


Starting at 4.58 lbs (2.08 kg)


802.11 AC(2x2)




Bluetooth® 4.0


2 x USB 3.0

1 x USB 2.0 (always-on)


4-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC)

Audio Combo Jack


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