A laptop has become a necessity for most students who are past the elementary school. However, considering the cost of education, especially at the university level, students often cannot fit into their budgets top-of-the line laptops. The good news is that it is possible to find capable devices that meet students needs for $700 or less. Continue reading Best Laptop for Students
If you’ve come across a computer featuring the Intel Optane memory, and felt a bit confused, you are not alone. The way Intel and computer makers have marketed this new technology has been misleading, especially at launch time. After initial criticism from consumer advocates (and vigilant tech bloggers!), Intel, Dell, HP and others have done a better job explaining what the Optane Memory is, and what it isn’t. Unfortunately, there are still some sellers out there – especially third-party Amazon sellers – who continue confusing and misleading consumers. Continue reading Intel Optane Memory – Deceptive Marketing?
Although many top smartphones nowadays can take great pictures, they’re still limited by the optics. This is especially true when you want to obtain a narrow depth of field with an attractive bokeh. Fortunately, there are external lenses out there that you can attach to your smartphone, and improve your mobile photographs. Continue reading Best Lenses for Android Phones in 2018
Recently, the consumer electronics industry has been gently nudging people to switch to wireless headphones. Certainly, being cable-free has its advantages. Continue reading BeatsX vs budget bluetooth headphones
Although flagship phones usually make the headlines, many people (me, for example) look for much cheaper but still capable devices. This is especially true now that top phones are priced at USD$1K and above (wow!). Continue reading Lenovo Moto E4 smartphone review