Wacom Bamboo Tip Review

When it comes to styluses, I’ve been a big fan of them, whether it’s the S-Pen with the Galaxy Note8, the Apple Pencil with the iPad Pro, the Surface Pen with the Surface Pro or even the Pixelbook Pen with Google Pixelbook. But if you don’t own of those devices (partially because they’re a bit pricey), you may be in the market for a device like the Wacom Bamboo Tip.

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iOS 11 Review

Apple says that iOS 11 is the “biggest software release ever for iPad” and for the most part, they’re right. While iOS 11 doesn’t bring a lot of improvements to iPhones, there are a lot of new features that are exclusive to iPad.

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Moto Z2 Play Review: Thinner, faster and modular

Over the past few years, Motorola has become the underdog of the smartphone world. They make great devices and add innovative features such as the Moto Mods ecosystem. Last year, Motorola introduced the Moto Z and Z Play, the latter was the one that ending become a surprisingly good device, with its Moto Mods support, huge 50-hour battery life and the inclusion of the headphone jack (which is missing from the flagship Moto Z).

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Dell XPS 27 Review: A great Windows All-in-One

Dell has really upped their hardware game over the past few years. They’ve gone from making ones made out of plastic that feel flimsy to making some of the best computer hardware around.

The Dell XPS 27 All-in-One is no exception, I’ve been using the Dell XPS 27 for a few weeks now and it’s one of the better all-in-one computers that I’ve used.

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Moto G4 Play Review: The year’s best budget phone

With the Moto G family, Moto has created a lineup of great Android devices that don’t break that bank. And the Moto G4 Play is no exception.

After using the Moto G4 Play for a weeks now, I would have to say, if you are looking for one of the best budget Android phones, then look no further than the Moto G4 Play.

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LG G5 Review: A not-so good start to modular phones

LG decided to change things up this year by making their G5 more modular. They also decided to go with a more metallic design, rather than plastic and that makes the G5 have a more premium look.

After using the G5 for a few weeks, I wouldn’t say the phone is the best one out there but it is a great Android smartphone besides the new modular features.

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