Review: Creative Muvo 2 | TechTree.com

Pros: Good sound quality; Water and dust resistant body; Sturdy yet light; Long battery life. Cons: Price is on the higher side. With majority of consumers turning to smartphones and tablets for content consumption, Bluetooth speakers have become incredibly popular. Today’s wireless speakers are what boomboxes were to the 80s. Little wonder then, many brands are trying their luck in ...

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Google Pixel 2 Offers A Dull Design With Large Bezels

Google has unveiled the second iteration of its own Android smartphone. Dubbed as the Pixel 2, the handset features a metal unibody design. It shares a resemblance to its predecessor, but the new one definitely looks more refined. Unfortunately though, Google’s best doesn’t seem enough to take on the mighty Galaxy S8 and iPhone X. With those bezels, the Pixel ...

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Panasonic GH5 review: The ultimate hybrid video and stills camera

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Panasonic’s GH series of compact system cameras (CSCs) have been the hugely popular with amateur and independent filmmakers ever since the GH1 burst onto the scene in 2009. The GH4 made the leap to 4K in 2014, and with its outstanding picture quality, sublime ergonomics and a bumper set of features for both video and stills, there hasn’t been much ...

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Remix Your Photos with Layout from Instagram

In the increasingly overpopulated app universe, name brand carries a lot of weight. This is what immediately captured our eye about the recently released Layout from Instagram, so we decided to take it for a spin. Here’s what we found. Billed as a photo remix app, Layout answers the call from the collage-hungry Instagrammers of the world – many of ...

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Review: Kodak 40-Inch Smart LCD TV

Pros: Aggressively priced; Good colour reproduction; Bright screen; Runs Android; Bundled QWERTY remote. Cons: Buggy smart TV implementation; Sound not ideal for music. Kodak is one of the most popular brands in the world. A few decades ago, it dominated the point-and-shoot camera market. However, right now, the company is well beyond its glorious past. With changing times, it is ...

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Google Pixel 2 XL Is Too Big For Its Own Good

Along with the Pixel 2, Google unveiled a plus size variant. Called the Pixel 2 XL, this handset offers a 6-inch Quad HD+ P-OLED screen. For those not in the know, P-OLED stands for plastic OLED, manufactured by LG. The phone sports a tall screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio. As opposed to its rivals though, this phone has large ...

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Nikon D5600 review: A mild update to an already excellent camera

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The D5600 is Nikon’s latest consumer-oriented SLR, designed for people who are serious about photography but who aren’t necessarily aspiring professionals. Features such as a 39-point autofocus system, articulated touchscreen, built-in Wi-Fi and microphone socket differentiate it from the entry-level Nikon D3400. You don’t get the Nikon D7500’s larger viewfinder, 51-point autofocus and 8fps burst shooting, but then the D5600 ...

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Canon Goes for the Big Zoom with its Powershot G3 X

If it’s zoom you want, it’s zoom you’ve got. So declares Canon with the release of its Powershot G3 X, a brand spanking new compact shooter equipped with 25X optical zoom with a 24-600mm field of view equivalent to 35mm. Not content to let the zoom be its only selling point, the camera also brings five-axis image stabilization – perhaps ...

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Sony Cyber-Shot Slim DSC-TX7 Full Specification Price Review

February 21st, 2010 | | Posted in Cameras by dennis DSC-TX7 is an ultra-slim touch screen Digital Camera with an impressive Carl Zeiss® Vario-Tessar® 25mm 4x zoom lens, TransferJet™ technology and a large 3.5” Display. An advanced “Exmor R” CMOS sensor provides stunning low-light images and sweeping panoramic photos with iSweep Panorama mode. Moreover, you can enjoy AVCHD Movie Mode ...

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Review: HTC U Ultra | TechTree.com

Pros: Stunning looks; Excellent build quality; Great performance. Cons: Disappointing battery life; Lacks 3.5 mm jack; Camera could have been better; Secondary screen is useless. HTC U Ultra Price: Rs 57,800     Lets face it, Samsung dominates the Android flagship market with its Galaxy line-up. Though the Taiwanese company HTC has managed to carve itself a niche thanks to ...

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