Samsung N150 One of the first netbooks to use the next generation Atom N450 CPU, the 10-inch N150 offers excellent battery life. Combined with the anti-reflective matte display, this makes it a good choice for barbarians on the road, even if it doesn’t offer a huge performance improvement over previous netbooks.

Samsung N150 One of the first netbooks to use the next generation Atom N450 CPU, the 10-inch N150 offers excellent battery life. Combined with the anti-reflective matte display, this makes it a good choice for barbarians on the road, even if it doesn’t offer a huge performance improvement over previous netbooks.

ZTE Anthem 4G Review: This ZTE Android phone doesn’t have many issues

The new ZTE Anthem 4G for $ 199.99 sounds like an enticing proposition for MetroPCS subscribers. It brings the power of Android combined with 4G LTE data connectivity, all without the need to make difficult service contracts. However, a closer look will uncover major weaknesses in the handset’s obvious strengths. These include the relatively old … Read more

Apple iMac Review (27-inch, 2017): Apple doesn’t mess with success

Apple ditched its veteran 27-inch all-in-one iMac, updating it just enough to bring it up to 2017 standards in terms of speed and features, as well as brighten up its 5K display and give it function that simulates more colors. In fact, that meant Apple did The 2017 version of the Intel processor and AMD … Read more

Nikon Coolpix S100 The performance of the Nikon Coolpix S100 doesn’t quite match its looks, and while this compact camera is packed with features, its price is too high for our taste.

Nikon Coolpix S100 The performance of the Nikon Coolpix S100 doesn’t quite match its looks, and while this compact camera is packed with features, its price is too high for our taste.

Review Kyocera Hydro Icon: The waterproof icon doesn’t make a splash

Kyocera seems to be desperate to crack the waterproof phone market. The company makes a series of Android phones with overly high performance and modest designs, phones that are famous for their ability to withstand drops and shoots without making a noise. Available for a respectable $ 150 on Boost Mobile’s non-contracting service, the Kyocera … Read more

Five reasons Microsoft Office 2016 is better than Google Docs and three reasons it doesn’t

Now playing: Watch this: 4 reasons to get excited about Office 2016 1:46 Nearly three years since the last major update, Microsoft finally brought Office into the modern working world. This new version, called Office 2016 on both Mac and PC, is the first to feature sharing and collaboration tools that closely match what Google … Read more

Nyrius Smart Outlet review: This smart outlet doesn’t impress in form or function

Smart sockets and sockets, as I mentioned before, is the foundation of a smart home. They retrofit everyday electronics like lights to convert a household from a fragmented group things into a unified space. But different products work for different people. Just like a city resident whose daily destination is in their apartment blocks may … Read more

Lenovo’s Miix 310 tablet doesn’t require you to buy a keyboard

Sarah Tew / CNET Before Microsoft’s Surface line, the idea of ​​a Windows tablet with a keyboard that opened quickly was more of a novelty than anything practical. Since then, almost every PC manufacturer has tried a version of this design, solving the hybrid question by approaching the first tablet, the second laptop. All Surface … Read more

Review Lucis Nubryte: NuBryte’s combination of features doesn’t add much

From your wall position, NuBryte Touchpoint turns your light switch into a colorful painting that promises to be your “all-in-one” smart home solution. Primarily a smart light switch and a security device with a camera, NuBryte can also help you organize your life with calendar, weather info, alarms, and timers. It has an iOS and … Read more