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.
Springtime is here, and that not only means the Canadian winter is saying goodbye (good riddance!), but Samsung has just released their brand new 2016 flagships: the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. I’ve been lucky enough to get my hands on a brand new Galaxy S7 Edge, which I’ve been using for the past two weeks. If you’ve read my reviews of the Galaxy S5, or Galaxy S6, you’ll know I’ve had my frustrations with Samsung. With the Galaxy S7, however, I’m officially a fan. These devices not only feature top-tier hardware, but their software is a winner as well. Keep reading for our full review, and your chance to win a brand new Galaxy S7!Continue reading →
Here at GadgetGuide we love rewarding our readers with great tech whenever possible. That’s why we’re excited to be giving away one of Samsung’s latest tablets! The 2015 Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0″ is up for grabs and we think you’ll love it.
The 2015 flagship battles are heating up, and one of the newest contenders in the game is the heavily refreshed Samsung Galaxy S6. While I’m admittedly not the biggest fan of Samsung, I decided to give their latest effort a go. I demoed the device for two weeks and despite my expectations, the Samsung Galaxy S6 is truly bringing sexy, and Samsung, back.
Last month Samsung released their latest flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Though I’ve been happily using a Moto X for about half a year, I lost the device, so I decided to pick up a Charcoal Black Galaxy S5. Over the past month, I’ve been using the device heavily, and while I’ve been impressed with certain aspects of the device, I’m struggling to understand why so many loyalists flag the Samsung Galaxy line as the quintessential Android phone. Confession: I’m not seeing it that way.
Read on for both the good and bad of the Samsung Galaxy S5.