ADATA Legend 850 Review – Decent Midrange Gen4 NVME

In today’s review, we’re going to discuss the relatively new ADATA Legend 850, a decent midrange gen4 NVME with up to 5000 MB/s speed. It uses the SMI SM2269XT controller which is a DRAMless controller that is built on a 12nm process. This controller supports either the affordable QLC NAND or the better and more common TLC which is the one being used by the ADATA Legend 850. And since it is a DRAMLess SSD, it features HMB or Host Memory Buffer which takes advantage of the host’s memory to…

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SoundPeats Mini Pro Wireless Earbuds Review – Small but definitely not terrible!

I swear, SoundPeats’ really good at creating good-sounding pairs of True Wireless Stereo earbuds at a fraction of the price while offering the same set of features that most people are looking after. One of those is the SoundPeats mini Pro, which is currently my favorite from the brand. I got it from Digital Walker which sits at only around Php 2790 as of the time of writing this review. It features an outstanding Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation which I would say really works well and probably even better than…

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realme Watch 3 Review – Bigger and Brighter!

I got to tell you guys, I have an Apple Watch Series 7 and to be quite honest with you, I mostly use it nowadays just for sleep tracking and notifications, I barely scratch its full potential. And now that I’ve tried the realme Watch 3 which basically does the same thing that I use my Apple Watch for, it makes me think twice about why I even bothered spending that much on a smartwatch. Your mileage may vary of course because each individual has their own lifestyle and use…

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The Perfect Way to Recycle your Most Precious Tech Gadget Ft. Xreart Framed Artwork!

If you’re looking for something unique to hang on your wall but not just the typical boring stuff, Xreart’s got you covered. Xreart is a relatively new company established in 2019 by a group of photographers and tech enthusiasts with the goal of preserving iconic tech gadgets in the form of framed artwork. Essentially, they deconstruct old and used electronic devices, and lay them out in an aesthetically pleasing manner with all the details necessary to describe all of the components for an overall unique and attractive wall art. Their…

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Momax Onelink Wireless Keyboard Review

If you’re looking for an affordable wireless keyboard for your iPad, Momax got you covered with their Onelink Wireless keyboard priced at just around Php 3800. This keyboard features a slim and lightweight form factor and comes with a protective cover that also serves as an adjustable stand. It’s not as easy to prop as the Apple Magic Keyboard but with a few steps, you’ll get a perfectly functioning wireless keyboard with a trackpad for the fraction of the price. Here, let me share with you the rest of my…

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ASUS ROG Gladius III Review

We’ve seen the emergence of hot-swappable PCBs on Mechanical Keyboards in recent years and it’s definitely one of the most sought-after features for a few good reasons. It provides longevity for the peripheral and allows users to explore and try different switches without having to purchase a new one. On the other side of things, when it comes to gaming mice, ASUS ROG comes on the top of my head with a slew of hot-swappable gaming mice including the one we are taking a look at today, the ASUS ROG…

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Nothing ear (1) Review – It’s not just about the looks!

The Nothing ear (1) has been out for a while now, in fact, it’s almost been a year. However, it was initially only available to major countries like US, UK and Europe. But now, thanks to Digital Walker who is known to carry international brands here in the Philippines, the Nothing brand is now here and we finally get the chance to experience one of the coolest looking earbuds. Now, I was looking forward to this review with a proper expectation given all the prior hype it got from international…

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Asus ROG Cetra True Wireless Stereo Earbuds Review

The Asus ROG Cetra True Wireless stereo earbuds don’t only impress when it comes to its looks with its fancy RGB lighting and iconic ROG design language but it actually packs some nifty features and sounds pretty good too for its price. It’s not over-the-top expensive yet it provides pretty much all you need from a True Wireless Stereo earbuds while maintaining the quality and premium experience the ROG brand is known for. But most importantly, it excels the most where it should be, low latency game mode for competitive…

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realme Buds Air 3 Review – Feature Packed!

The realme Buds Air 3 is the latest iteration of the feature-packed True Wireless Earbuds from realme. For the price of just around Php 3,251, you’ll be treated with almost all the bells and whistles that are otherwise only available on higher-end wireless earbuds. First and foremost, it features a decent Active Noise Cancellation of up to 42dB, It has transparency mode, low latency game mode, In-ear detection, customized audio tuning, IPX5 water resistance, and the list goes on and on. Of course, it is supported by the realme Link…

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Tribit FlyBuds C1 Review – Insane Battery Life!

If you’re looking for a good-sounding pair of True Wireless Stereo Earbuds with a battery life that can last you the entire day and more, the Tribit FlyBuds C1 is one of the better options in the vast market space of TWS Earbuds. Granted, it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles like active noise cancellation, transparency mode, app support, and wireless charging but for what it’s worth, you’ll get robust sound quality with deep bass and multiple audio codec support, good build quality, reliable physical button control and as…

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12th-Gen Intel Core i9-12900k on a B660 Aorus Master Motherboard – Can it handle it?

PC Building in most cases is usually a very straightforward process. You come up with a particular budget, you pick your PC components and you’re off to the races. However, sometimes there are a few special cases where you need to deal with some crossroads before you arrive at your long-term goal whether it be due to budget constraints, parts availability, and things of that nature. Sometimes we need to pick a certain combination of parts for now, with the intention to upgrade it later or to simply test it…

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Tribit StormBox Micro Review – Powerful Tiny Little Box!

I can probably think of at least two to three reasons a portable Bluetooth speaker is handy. One, you can use it for trekking, biking and other outdoor activities wherein you can enjoy some tunes without necessarily have to block your surroundings with a pair of earbuds. Two, you can use it as an alternative to your smartphone/tablet’s speaker when you want to work remotely. And three, you can simply use it to fill a small room with music having some fun alone or with a bunch of friends. There…

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realme Pad Mini – Budget Media Consumption Tablet

The realme Pad Mini has been out for a while now and I got to say, I had to really take my time reviewing it for a couple of reasons. First is the usual real-world review, testing all the different aspects of the tablet, and second, honestly finding a reason to buy one. Is it really a necessity or something that most of us want just because. You see, for the longest time, going back to the days of the Google Nexus 10 and the like, I’ve always wanted a…

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Dizo Buds Z Review

On paper, the Dizo Buds Z is probably the hardest one to consider amongst all the Dizo True Wireless Stereo Earbuds because it’s at a position where it offers just the basic features while being priced higher than the GoPods D which offers pretty much the same features just with higher latency in terms of the game mode feature. But let’s give it a fair chance, shall we? Maybe it offers some other things that you might find interesting and matches your personal preference. Besides, not all earbuds are the…

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Lypertek Tevi True Wireless Stereo Earbuds Review – Outstanding Sound Quality!

Most often than not, newer True Wireless Stereo earbuds are becoming more and more focused on features rather than sound quality especially those inexpensive earbuds that offers sought-after bells and whistles like active noise cancellation, transparency mode, low-latency game mode, etc. While they sound pretty good on their own right especially for their price, there are other True Wireless Stereo earbuds that focuses more on sound quality over functionality, and I think one of those is the Lypertek Tevi. A rather basic TWS earbuds features wise, at least on paper,…

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Dizo GoPods Neo Review – Affordable ANC TWS Earbuds!

If you’re looking for a super affordable True Wireless Stereo Earbuds, the relatively new brand Dizo’s got you covered. Dizo is the first brand under the realme TechLife ecosystem and like realme, they also offer a bunch of different audio devices, particularly wireless earbuds with different models catering to different budget and preferences. The best one overall is the GoPods which I recently reviewed here which has Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode and Smart Wear Detection. The next best thing from the Dizo lineup is the one we’re taking a…

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realme 9 Pro+ Review – Outstanding Performance and Camera!

I got to be honest, I’m surprised realme took so long to release another iteration of the number series since the release of the realme 8, I think it was almost a year right? I was so accustomed to them releasing a new number series smartphone just months after but hey, the new realme 9 series is here now and I’m eager to share my thoughts with you especially the fact that they’ve thankfully gone back to their roots of giving us a more classy and trendy design with an…

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Kingston KC3000 1TB Gen4 NVME SSD Review

I’ve been reviewing storage devices for a long time now from portable SSDs, to regular SATA SSDs down to super fast NVME SSDs including the latest Gen4 ones. And for the longest time, I’ve been procrastinating on using the latest Gen4 NVME SSD for my personal build because for one, they are relatively expensive, and second, I’m still trying to justify if I really need that extra oomph when it comes to the additional speed it offers in relation to how much they cost. Luckily, Kingston sent out their latest…

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Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A33 5G: Awesome Mobile Experiences Open to Everyone

The new Galaxy A series represents the most popular Galaxy smartphone category, leading the democratization of the latest Galaxy innovations. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. today announced Galaxy A53 5G and Galaxy A33 5G to deliver a complete package of the latest Galaxy innovations, offering a holistic mobile experience at a great value. Powered by a brand-new processor, coupled with Galaxy’s signature AI camera, expansive and smooth display, and two-day battery life, the new Galaxy A series features 5G connectivity, defense-grade security, an eco-conscious, stylish and slim design, and advanced connected…

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Casetify iPhone 13 Pro MAX Case Review – Protection with Style!

The number of available cases for the iPhone 13 Series or any smartphone for that matter is outstanding, and sometimes, it’s kinda overwhelming what to pick. My personal rule of thumb is first I set a particular budget, then I create a checklist of all the features that I want and need, and lastly, look for the easiest way to get the product. Casetify is probably one of the most popular case brands globally and something that I frequently see on social media and I’m not gonna lie, sometimes I…

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