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Nubia N1 review: This is the perfect phone to play Pokemon
Go!

    
Nubia N1 review: This is the perfect phone to play Pokemon Go!

    By Subhrojit Mallick on

    What can a new player in a crowded market do to stand out? A dirt-cheap price? Killer specs? A ginormous battery? How about all of that? Nubia, which was previously a subsidiary of ZTE, has ticked all the above boxes with the N1. The N1 that looks oddly similar to the Xiaomi Redmi 3S Prime is a mammoth phone in terms of the hardware packed inside, but more importantly, for its elephantine 5,000mAh battery which Nubia claims gives the phone a 3-day battery life. For Rs 11,999 it certainly looks like one of the powerful ones in the market, but is it dependable?
  • Lenovo P2 review: It is all about good battery life

    Lenovo P2 review: It is all about good battery life

    By Sahil Mohan Gupta on

    If you’re in the market for a robust no-nonsense 4G LTE phone which supports VoLTE, then this is a great option.
  • Amkette TruBeats S50 Review: A Great Bluetooth Speaker,
packed with nice features!

    Amkette TruBeats S50 Review: A Great Bluetooth Speaker, packed with nice features!

    By Suhail Sattar on

    In case you are looking for a wireless speaker, which is pocket friendly and has tons of features, then the Amkette Trubeats S50 is the one to get.
  • Overclocking Intel Core i7 7700K on Asus TUF Z270 Mark I

    Overclocking Intel Core i7 7700K on Asus TUF Z270 Mark I

    By Monit Khanna on

    We recently reviewed Intel’s Core i7 7700K CPU on an Asus Prime Z270-A motherboard keeping everything stock to get a baseline performance of the processor.
  • Intel Kaby Lake Core i7 7700K with Asus Prime Z270-A Review

    Intel Kaby Lake Core i7 7700K with Asus Prime Z270-A Review

    By Monit Khanna on

    Just like every year, it’s time for the latest Intel desktop processors that every PC enthusiast and gamers crave for. This year, Intel is unveiling its 7th generation of its Core series processors, in its Core i3, i5 and i7 series. The 7th generation processors possess the socket from the previous generation- Skylake (socket 1151), so the older processors will support the newer 200-series chipsets.
  • Intel Core i7-7700K & Core i5-7600K Review

    Intel Core i7-7700K & Core i5-7600K Review

    By Steven Walton on

  • Corsair Force MP500 480GB Review

    Corsair Force MP500 480GB Review

    By Steven Walton on

  • MSI GT73VR Titan Pro Review

    MSI GT73VR Titan Pro Review

    By Tim Schiesser on

  • Super Mario Run Review

    Super Mario Run Review

    By Mike Fahey on

  • MSI GS63VR 6RF Stealth Pro Review

    MSI GS63VR 6RF Stealth Pro Review

    By Tim Schiesser on

  • Asrock Beebox-S 7200U: Kaby Lake vs. Skylake

    Asrock Beebox-S 7200U: Kaby Lake vs. Skylake

    By Steven Walton on

  • The Bullets V2 Review: An absolute steal at the
price

    The Bullets V2 Review: An absolute steal at the price

    By Rohith Bhaskar on

    Smartphone accessories come in all shapes and sizes. From weird to wacky to everything in between. Somehow, through a transition phase to more powerful phones with affordable prices, the humble earphones started to get left out of the box. Granted, most of these weren’t any good but in a worse case scenario, these were life savers. Disappointingly, earphones have been relegated to the accessory status, what was once “Taken for granted”, now needs to be bought separately. On the flip side, this has allowed most manufacturers to give them a do-over, to increase quality, while not pricing them to high heavens.
  • TomTom-A True Fitness Watch with a Terrible App

    TomTom-A True Fitness Watch with a Terrible App

    By Suhail Sattar on

    If you are someone who likes to run a marathon or bike for fun, Then a sports watch is what you need!
  • Alienware 15 R3 Review

    Alienware 15 R3 Review

    By Tim Schiesser on

  • Razer DeathAdder Elite Review

    Razer DeathAdder Elite Review

    By Jose Vilches on

  • At 54,999, the new LG V20 literally has no USP

    At 54,999, the new LG V20 literally has no USP

    By Sahil Mohan Gupta on

    The V20 maybe LG's flagship centerpiece device, but because it arrives in December two months after its global unveiling and at the expensive price of Rs 54,999, it literally has no USP.
  • Watch Dogs 2 PC: Welcome to DeadSec!

    Watch Dogs 2 PC: Welcome to DeadSec!

    By Rohith Bhaskar on

    Watch Dogs 2 is a funnier, prettier rendition of the original
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