Tablets, PCs, and mobile phones. There are so many devices on the market today that it can often be overwhelming for buyers to find exactly what they’re looking for. Today I’ve reviewed a device that tries to merge the laptop and tablet into one device. The Samsung Galaxy Book 10.6″ is a great device that I really enjoyed testing. Watch the GadgetGuide video review below to see what we thought of it.
The Samsung Galaxy Book comes in two sizes, and can be purchased from Samsung directly. I recieved the device for testing for a limited time from theinsidersnet.com. I personally paid for the device, was not compensated, and this is my honest review.
When it comes to choosing a wireless router for your home, there is an overwhelming amount of choice. Fortunately, TP-Link has put their best technology into their Archer 3200 wireless router, so you can get the best connection possible in your home. The full name of this device is the TP-Link AC3200 Wireless Tri-Band Gigabit Router, which in layman’s terms, means this router is fast! Speed aside, though, I’ve really enjoyed using this router and the features it includes. Read more find out why it stands out to me as one of the best routers I’ve tried. Continue reading →
When it comes to smartphone innovation, we often get stuck in a cycle of incremental innovation. Motorola, owned by Lenovo, has decided to change things up with some of the most disruptive smartphone innovation the industry has seen in years. I had the chance to attend Lenovo Tech World, where Ashton Kutcher and the CEO of Lenovo unveiled the new Moto Z and changed the smartphone game. Continue reading →
Roku, a leader in the streaming space, today unveiled a new version of their popular Streaming Stick. For those unaware, Roku is a company that is dedicated to making streaming video more accessible on a TV. Whether through one of their great Roku 3 boxes, or a Roku-enabled TV, all options provide access to tons of HD content. In fact, the Roku employee I spoke with cited that Roku products are present in 10 million households globally, and each househol watches an average of 60 hours per month through Roku. That’s a lot of streaming! Most notably, in 2015, Roku achieved 5.5 billion total streamed hours, which adds up to more content streamed than any other competitor (think Apple TV or Chromecast). So what’s new in the 2016 Roku Streaming stick? Continue reading →
For the past couple years, Rogers has done some great partnerships with the NHL. Most notably, they offer GameCentre LIVE to all customers for free, which gives access to a bunch of out-of-market NHL games, and most notably, the ability to see exclusive angles during games – getting you closer to the ice. Rogers is always trying new things, and this week they held an event to share their new virtual reality (VR) experience featuring former NHL player Mark Messier. Continue reading →