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ASUS ROG Strix Fusion Wireless review: The best wireless headset from ROG?

ASUS Republic of Gamers has dipped its toes in the wireless gaming headset in the past with the ROG Strix Wireless. It was, however, the sole wireless gaming headset that the company owns until this year. ROG is bolstering their gaming headset division with the ROG Strix Fusion series. With four SKUs currently available, we’re going to take a look...

Seagate Backup Plus Portable 4TB review: Tons of storage on-the-go

Seagate is always expanding their range of external hard drives in the market. Previously, we have taken a look at the rather large Seagate Backup Plus Hub 4TB. This time around, we will be reviewing the Seagate Backup Plus Portable 4TB. Like its name suggests, the Seagate Backup Plus Portable 4TB is meant to be compact enough to be carried...

AMD Raven Ridge Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G review: A budget solution to a GPU-strapped world

AMD’s Accelerated Processing Units (APU) has been a great alternative to a CPU + GPU setup when it comes to entry-level gaming. The fusion of a CPU and GPU into a single package was an enticing thought: it would save space as well as pass on the savings onto the gamers who would have otherwise bough a much more...

ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1 review: Taking the Max crown

The ASUS ROG Phone might take the crown when it comes to the brand’s lineup of gaming smartphones. Not everyone, however, can afford a flagship device just for gaming. Enter the ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M1. Touted as the gaming smartphone for the masses, will one of the newest entry in ASUS’ Max lineup deliver? We are going to...

Lenovo Yoga 530 review: AMD’s return to convertibles

For the past few years, Intel has been the dominant force in powering most convertible notebooks. With AMD’s introduction of their Ryzen processors, the Red Team has been slowly gaining ground in both desktops and in notebook processors. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the Lenovo Yoga 530. With an AMD Ryzen processor and RX Vega graphics inside, will...

OPPO A83 review: Take selfies the whole day

Launched in China back in late last year, the A83 was brought in by OPPO to the market to let customers experience their Smart Selfie technology found in the OPPO F5 and OPPO F5 Youth at a more reasonable price. The smartphone also carries over the 18:9 display found on its bigger siblings. Will the OPPO A83 deliver the...

MSI GF63 8RD review: A lightweight gaming notebook for less

There has been a trend of gaming notebooks becoming smaller and thinner with every generational release of new GPUs and processors. MSI, in previous years, has been notorious in giving the best gaming experience to its users by giving its notebooks top-end specifications at a trade-off: weight. This is most apparent in their Titan Pro series like the MSI...

ASUS ZenFone Max Plus M1 review: Is it the new battery king?

It’s a brand new year. Thus, we’ll be having a lot of new devices to review. First off the chopping block this year is the ASUS ZenFone Max Plus M1. Teased back in December last year, the Max Plus aims to bring their lineup of battery-focused line of smartphones into the modern era. This means that it’ll have the...

Vivo V9 review: The best Vivo yet

Vivo has officially joined the notched display club with the Vivo V9. Launched internationally last March, we’ve finally had some time to play around with the V9. The Vivo V9 might sport a notched 19:9 display like the iPhone X and other Android smartphones in the market but does it have something that make shine? Let’s find out in...

Acer Spin 5 review: Dual personality

Announced in IFA 2017, the Acer Spin 5 aims to deliver the convenience of having a convertible laptop and better performance thanks in part to Intel’s 8th generation mobile processors dubbed Kaby Lake-R. Will the latest iteration of the Acer Spin 5 be more than a match compared to other convertible laptops out in the market? Let’s find out. Acer...