Tag: Reviews

Skylanders Ring of Heroes review: An essential title for fans of the series

[embedded content] Skylanders fans everywhere can rejoice, as Skylanders Ring of Heroes has brought the iconic toys-to-life franchise to your mobile device. This new title is the product of a collaboration between Activision and seasoned mobile developer Com2uS, but does it live up to the Skylander legacy? Keep reading to find out! Simple but functional […]

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2019 Hyundai Nexo First Drive – The Future Is Beige

Hyundai’s hydrogen-powered Nexo is so ludicrously specialized that it’s utterly impossible to make a case for it outside of California. In fact, even that might be overstating its usefulness — allow me to try again. The Nexo Fuel Cell works near Los Angeles or San Francisco and absolutely nowhere else […]

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Essential Audio Adapter HD review: High-end sound for the PH-1 won’t do jack to help Essential

Article Contents Essential’s PH-1 was criticized at launch for some valid reasons, like a mediocre camera, high price tag, and lack of a headphone jack. But great software and a falling price have earned it a small but impassioned cult following. Now the high-end niche phone from 2017 has a high-end niche audio accessory to […]

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Mophie Powerstation USB-C 3XL: Lots of power for lots of money, but device compatibility is a deal-breaker

Article Contents It’s weird to think that there’s a high-end power accessory market, but there is. Mophie pretty much dominates it with just a few special characteristics: a slightly more premium build quality, better materials, and high-end specs. Of course, Mophie’s products also typically come with a sky-high price tag, and that’s the case here […]

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Google Pixel 3 / Pixel 3 XL case reviews: Because breaking an $800+ phone would really suck [Updated continuously]

Article Contents If you thought the Pixel 2 and 2 XL were expensive, you probably weren’t very happy when you saw the Pixel 3’s $799 and Pixel 3 XL’s $899 MSRPs. The Pixel 3 XL received a modest $50 jump in price from the 2 XL, but the Pixel 3 went up by a whopping […]

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Rowkin Ascent Charge+ review: Affordable but frustrating truly wireless earbuds

Article Contents If you peruse our Winter 2018 Most Wanted audio guide (and you should — good stuff in there), you’ll notice an unfortunate trend. With few exceptions, manufacturers of wireless audio gear seem timid about adopting USB Type-C charging. So I was excited to get my hands on the Rowkin Ascent Charge: they’re fully […]

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Sirin Finney hands-on: Only for the HODLers

Hodl (ˈhɒdəl; verb; often written HODL): Slang for holding a cryptocurrency rather than selling it. Can also mean Hold On For Dear Life. We’ve seen a few weird and wonderful phones this year, but the Finney is probably the most bizarre yet. The creation of Israel-based Sirin Labs, the Finney is designed for a very specific group of people: crypto […]

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Asus Chromebook C423NA review: A cheap, big laptop with some obvious caveats

Article Contents We’ve said before here at Android Police that Asus makes some of the best Chromebooks on the market, but bumps in the road are inevitable. Take the last one we reviewed, the C223NA. Corbin came away under-impressed, so we hoped that Asus’ next offering would hearken back to what made us fall in […]

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Honor 8C, the first smartphone with Snapdragon 632 processor, launched in India

Honor Honor has announced the launch of its ne9w mid-range smartphone, the Honor 8C, in India. Honor 8C is the world’s first smartphone equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor. Mid-range specifications Honor 8C is quite an affordable smartphone but manages to pack in mid-range specifications. There’s Snapdragon 632 processor with 4GB of RAM, backed by […]

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Vinpok Split review: An undeniably neat and totally overpriced portable touchscreen monitor

Article Contents Like an increasing number of people, I do all my work on a laptop. When I’m at home, it’s generally docked at my desk, attached to a large, stationary monitor. When I take the show on the road, I find I miss the convenience of having two screens at my disposal. Less real […]

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