In 2014, a little German startup called Bragi launched a crowdfunding campaign for a pair of true wireless earphones called The Dash. The company touted the Dash as the world’s first true wireless smart in-ears – the first to offer a great listening experience along with automated fitness tracking, offline listening and waterproofing. Although everyone was excited for its launch, the final product fell short of expectations for some. Did Bragi over-promise and under-deliver? Let’s find out.
Although Adobe Creative Cloud is a little pricey, there’s no denying that it saves designers a huge amount of time, and can be a lifesaver when rushing to deliver a project. If you’re an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber, you’re in luck – the company has updated some of their apps with a even more nifty, time-saving features you should check out.
Although fiber internet company MyRepublic lost the bid to be the fourth Singaporean telco to Australian-based TPG Telecom, it announced the launch of their own local mobile services by October this year.
The UE Wonderboom is Ultimate Ears’ latest wireless speaker – it is portable, gets ridiculously loud, has deep sound and is completely waterproof. Can this little wonder continue the winning streak UE has had with its popular Boom lineup? Let’s find out.
Yep, you read it right. The HTC U11 is the world’s first squeezable phone. Squeeze for selfies, squeeze for Facebook, squeeze for music – just like squeezing a sponge. Although the U11 sounds like a odd gimmicky device at first glance, it is far from a one trick pony – this phone is HTC’s newest flagship phone and it packs a huge amount of power behind its shiny glass body. We were able to squeeze the the U11 to our heart’s content at HTC’s launch, and we think that it is quite a strong competitor to flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6.
When “X-mini” is mentioned, most people will immediately think of the iconic capsule speaker which took Singapore by storm in 2007 and pioneered the portable speaker category. Although the brand has taken a back seat in recent years, X-mini is making an epic return to the portable wireless speaker market with not one, not two, but SEVEN new speakers – all promising sound larger than size, but each one unique in its own individual way.
Dell made waves in the PC market when it released a redesign of its XPS laptop series in 2015. With razor thin bezels on its InfinityEdge Display, a compact carbon fibre body and long battery life, it’s no surprise that this laptop won many awards around the world. Although the XPS 13 hasn’t been updated in terms of design, Dell has recently retrofitted this award-winning machine with Intel’s Kaby Lake processors and some new parts in hopes of retaining its position in the market. Does the 2016 version of the XPS 13 still hold up well today? Let’s find out in our hands on review.
Apple has just unveiled the most powerful Macintosh ever made in history – the iMac Pro. It’s the Frankenstein child of Apple’s desktop lines, taking after the insanely powerful internals of the 2013 “Trash Can” Mac Pro and merging them with the svelte, compact body of the 5K iMac. After the unfortunate decline and mismanagement of the 2013 “Trash Can” Mac Pro, can Apple win back its audience of hardcore designers and creatives with this all-in-one beast?
The Jabra Speak 710 is Jabra’s latest take on a portable business speakerphone. With a small form factor, 15-hour talk time and 10-watt speaker, the Jabra Speak 710 promises to be an ideal accessory for business communication and conference calls. Does it fare well in reality? Let’s put it to the test in our hands-on review.