iPad Pro 12.9 Review

When Steve Jobs first introduced the iPad back in 2010, it started the tablet revolution. Soon after the first iPad released, every one of Apple’s competitors from Samsung & Motorola to HP and Lenovo released their own “iPad killer” but none of them have come close to real thing.

I mean, Samsung has tried with their Galaxy Tab S lineup but it still has some compromises. Then when Apple introduced the iPad Pro (12.9-inch) back in 2015, Apple was trying to revolutionize the tech industry but not in the same way that they did with the original iPad, they were trying get people to use tablets as their main computer or as a laptop replacement.

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Roku Express Review

When it comes to streaming players, one of the biggest would hands-down be Roku. They’ve been in the game for a while now and have since become synonymous in the world of set-top boxes, in the same way that Apple has with smartphone with their iPhone.

Back in the fall, Roku refreshed their entire lineup of boxes and gotten rid of their numbering system. And instead gave each line a specific name and certain features.

I’ve been testing out the Roku Express and I would say it’s one of the best bang for your buck.

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HP OMEN 17 Review

Gaming laptops have become more and more popular these days, because they allow you to play games on the go. Some of the big names in gaming laptops that you’ve probably heard of are by Razer and Alienware (which is by Dell) but I bet you wouldn’t have guessed that HP is making gaming machines as well.

HP’s OMEN lineup is specifically tailored for gamers and I haven’t used a lot of gaming laptops but I’m liking where HP is going with the Omen 17 laptop I tested out.

I’ve been using the HP OMEN Laptop PC – 17-w018ca (W8X26UA) for a few weeks now and I wouldn’t call it the absolute best laptop out there but it is definitely great for gaming.

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Google Daydream View Review: A step into the future of VR

When Google first introduced their virtual reality platform back at Google I/O 2016, it showed that the company was serious about the new technology. The first headset that works with the Daydream VR platform is the Google Daydream View which isn’t like other headsets on the market.

Being different isn’t necessarily a bad thing, in the case of the Daydream View, it’s actually better that it’s different. I’ve been using the Daydream View for a few weeks and it’s easily one of the best phone-based VR systems I’ve used.

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