After using the Poly Studio P5 I am certainly not going back to a laptop webcam unless PC brands commit to using higher-resolution cameras in their notebooks.
The Galaxy S22 feels like a phone that is specifically made for certain users, and I am one of them.
In a faithful leap forward that evens out past blemishes, WWE 2K22 leaves a lot to be desired.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra review: We test out the most premium flagship from Samsung this year, which sports an in-built slot for the S Pen from the older Note series.
At Rs 84,999 for the entry-level model, the Galaxy S22 Plus will appeal to premium Android smartphone buyers.
The pTron Tangent Jade is a promising neckband with ENC dedicated to gamers on a budget. But is it for you? Find out in our full review below.
With the VivoBook 13 Slate, Asus is going after specific users who want a device that doubles as an OLED TV and a 2-in-1 hybrid laptop.
Here are our thoughts on the Portronics Chicklet, a super-portable and light Bluetooth keyboard.
Meraki S7 is an electric cycle by Ninety One Cycles. But who is the e-bike for, and what is the experience like? Read our review to find out.
FromSoftware draws the greatest strengths from past Souls games and serves it on a colossal platter, that is Elden Ring.
Redmi Note 11S review: The Redmi Note 11S offers a 108MP camera and good performance for its starting price. But how does the phone perform? Here's our review.
I see the Omen 16 as a good general-purpose computer that also happens to be a gaming machine.
Asus 8z targets niche users who want a compact but premium Android smartphone. Here's our full review.
The Aspire Vero, although not a high-end laptop, shows that it is possible to make a fairly capable mid-range notebook whilst being socially responsible but without losing out style and build quality.
Check out our full review of the Ambrane FitShot Zest, a budget smartwatch under Rs 5,000 that offers a metal body and lot of features, including Bluetooth calling.
At Rs 24,999, the JBL Tour One is clearly priced for the very discerning audio users, offering a natural sound profile, versatile features and dependable noise cancellation.
The iQOO 9 Pro is a true flagship on paper, and certainly looks like one too, but is it worth its asking price?
Vivo T1 5G review: This is a new series from the brand which will compete in the packed mid-budget segment (Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000). But does it pack enough to stand against rivals? Here's what we thought.
Through intricate world-building and a tactical combat mechanic that keeps you on high alert, Horizon Forbidden West proves to be an absolute blast.
The Nord CE 2 isn’t the fancy smartphone you expect from OnePlus but an excellent mid-range phone, one that covers the basics for Rs 23,999.
Noise ColorFit Caliber smartwatch review: Noise ColorFit Caliber packs plenty of features at a budget price. But how does it perform? Read our review.
Redmi Note 11 review: Redmi Note 11 is the most ‘vanilla’ version in the series, offering good specifications for a budget price. Here's our review of the latest Redmi phone.
Asus ROG Phone 5s: The ROG Phone 5s shows Asus’ faith in developing a gaming-focused smartphone even when every smartphone is a gaming device.
Redmi Smart Band Pro is being pitched as a ‘SportsWatch’. Here’s what I thought of the device, and its performance.
The new version of the Nokia 6310 has a bigger screen, a slightly different layout of the buttons but the same long battery life and solid build.