Reviews - Page 5
REVIEW: The Phone X offers an all-screen front, an improved camera and important new security features that add significant value to this smartphone—provided that you need them.
REVIEW: The latest version of the venerable ThinkPad T-series laptop computer still looks like its many ancestors, but it’s thinner, lighter and faster, while retaining the legendary T-series toughness.
REVIEW: The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 makes an excellent first impression, helping users move on from its ill-fated predecessor.
REVIEW: The latest iPad Pros have a wealth of improved features that bring a lot to the table for business users, while also providing a look at what Apple could do for other iPads models.
REVIEW: Lenovo’s latest business ultrabook, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 2, has just about all the features it needs to perform flawlessly in a tough business environment.
REVIEW: Microsoft's latest Surface Pro hybrid tablet-PC is welcome stealth upgrade rather than a radical redesign.
REVIEW: The Lucid Neck-band is unusual in that it offers the ability to adjust and customize everything a user hears in and outside the headset.
REVIEW: Dell’s Latitude 13 ultrabook is minimalist in size and looks but not in functions, bringing together new features and security in a very thin computer.
REVIEW: Sophos has melded the best of its endpoint security systems with the acquired intellectual property of firewall vendors Astaro and Cyberoam.
PRODUCT REVIEW: This fully reversible laptop (folds to a large tablet) has a sharp 13.3-inch display, a classy-looking watchband-type hinge and a lightweight body.