Monthly archive for September 2021

Alienware X17 Review: A True Upgrade

Alienware X17 Review: A True Upgrade

The first thing we expected to see in the X17 was how thin it will be. Alienware claimed it is the thinnest laptop they ever produced, and we were not disappointed. Despite its thinness, it still kept its structural rigidity. The X17 comes in a white new chassis, making you

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Realme Book Slim: Remarkably Good Laptop For the Price

Realme Book Slim: Remarkably Good Laptop For the Price

Before this time, Realme were known for manufacturing phones. But like many smartphone manufacturers, they have branched out to larger ventures in technology. Their first launched laptop is the Realme Book Slim. This laptop tries to balance price, performance and portability like many other laptops in the market. We have

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HP Victus 16 Review: The Affordable OMEN 15

HP Victus 16 Review: The Affordable OMEN 15

The HP Victus 16 is the affordable version of The OMEN 15. They have the same black aesthetics, design, and feel aside from the material. The Victus can be bought if you get into gaming and are under a tight budget. The HP Victus 16 is a mid-range gaming PC

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Samsung Galaxy Flip 3: Cheaper and Better

Samsung Galaxy Flip 3: Cheaper and Better

Even though the Galaxy Z Flip 3 costs $999, it is still the cheapest of the foldable phones out there. The IPX8 water-resistant feature makes it a more durable phone than its predecessor. The phone comes in an Armor Aluminum with an outer Gorilla Glass. In simpler terms, this phone

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How to Boost Your Internet Speed For Free In 2021

How to Boost Your Internet Speed For Free In 2021

A new DNS makes your PC, Mac, Linux, and even your phone, go from slow to mega fast for free. Over the years, many people have considered using the private internet service that uses a safe, protected IP and encrypts all of your internet services. This DNS service is faster

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Apple M1 MacBook Air Review: 5 Months Later

Apple M1 MacBook Air Review: 5 Months Later

After using the Apple M1 MacBook Air for five months, it is still solid. At first glance, you would think the M1 Air is still the former model that is Intel-based. But what has changed cannot always be seen. Here is our look at what we’ve felt about the Apple

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