Tag Archives: Reviews

Eufy BodySense Smart Scale review

This review might be biased because, I like Anker and Eufy’s products and have quite a few of them. They are all pretty reliable and cost-friendly. If you are into fitness and are concerned about weight gain/loss, this one is definitely for you.

Anker PowerLine II Dura Lightning Cable review

Been a fan of Anker’s accessories for the past 2 years and own quite a few of them from cables to power banks to USB hubs to Hard disk accessories.

Xiaomi MI3 Review: Fights with the best!

Here it goes, after a week with Xiaomi’s MI3 smartphone, I have tried to pen down what I feel about the device.

Review : Ramayana–The Game of Life : Rise of the Sun Prince

This is first for me in terms of writing down about a book. I have tried my best to give out my views on this and hopefully, I will get better on this too.

Logitech X100 review

One of the things I like about Bluetooth speakers is the absence of wires. Lame? No, I mean it. There are quite a lot of them in the market and in different price bands. Thanks to Logitech, got a chance to review Logitech X100.

KAVA – Fairfield by Marriott – review

KAVA is a restaurant which serves authentic Indian cuisine along with the Western food options too. Its first from Fairfield by Mariott Hotel.

TomTom VIA 125 review

GPS Navigation devices are around for quite sometime in European countries and the Americas. Proper GPS devices are yet to leave a mark in the Indian market and the reasons being the price conscious customers, complex transport network, support for local languages, value for money, service etc.

Review of Nokia Lumia 610

A big thanks to Nokia India for being generous enough to send a review unit of Nokia Lumia 610. Nokia Lumia 610 is the cheapest in the Nokia Lumia range of devices. The phone is also one of the least expensive Windows Phone available in the market.

Nokia Asha 300 Feature phone review

Nokia Asha 300 was one of the devices announced at Nokia World 2011 and was made available in early part of 2012. The Asha series made headlines due to their 1GHz processor inside. The same holds good for Nokia Asha 300.

Nokia Lumia 800 review – The beginning of the change

Its been more than a year since Nokia announced its partnership with Microsoft. That was the Feb, 2011 when Nokia had to come up with something new for it to stay in the competition. Quite a Few things have changed since then. Symbian is no more Nokia’s focus. Meego was half baked when the decision was made and hence came to the market onboard Nokia N9.

Nokia is out with 4 different Windows phones ranging from the low-end, low priced Nokia Lumia 610 till the 4 incher Nokia Lumia 900. Oh yes, they all come under the Lumia range. Lumia means Light in Spanish and Snow in Finnish.