Prasad Naik

Review: Sennheiser Momentum
We have taken a good look at Sennheiser’s Momentum headphones in the past. Representing the pinnacle of the company’s fashionable series of headphones, the Momentum not just had style but also plenty of substance.
Review: LG Optimus G Pro
LG’s next attempt comes in the form of the Optimus G Pro, which right off the bat comes across as a much better device. First of all, it doesn’t have an awkward square shape and secondly it boasts top of the line hardware that will make most people sit up and take notice.
Review: Nokia Lumia 720
Nokia has history of making great looking and the Lumia 720 is no different. The phone takes on the appearance of the more expensive Lumia 920 and looks really good.
Review: Nexus 4
The Nexus 4 took its sweet time coming to India. Based on the Optimus G, the Nexus 4 combines LG’s hardware with Google’s software in a powerful combo that Android fans have been waiting to get their hands on. Now that it’s finally here, let’s take a quick look at it.
Review: BlackBerry Z10
The Z10 is the first phone from BlackBerry running on the new BlackBerry 10 platform. The company, heretofore known as RIM, is putting all its might behind the new platform and the devices.
Review: Sennheiser Momentum
The Momentum are Sennheiser’s premium range of mobile headphones. I say mobile headphones because not only are these optimized to work with the relatively weak output of mobile devices but they also come with in-line controls designed to work with your iPhone and iPad.
Review: HTC Butterfly
HTC’s been having some tough times lately. While one of the major manufacturer of Android devices, the company is having a hard time enjoying the same amount of success as its key rival Samsung, who, other than Apple, is the only other company in the mobile segment making any appreciable amount of profit.
Review: Acer Iconia W510
The Iconia W510 is Acer’s latest tablet based on the Windows operating system. The tablet runs on the full-fledged Windows 8 OS instead of the ARM-based Windows RT, which means you can also run legacy x86 applications on the tablet.
Review: HTC 8X
HTC and Microsoft go a long way back when the company used to exclusively make smartphones running Windows Mobile. Naturally, then, when Microsoft released Windows Phone, HTC was onboard with some really neat devices at launch.
Review: LG Optimus Vu P895
The success of the Galaxy Note has spurred a lot of manufacturers to come up with smartphones with massive touchscreen displays. Although Samsung was hardly the first to do this (that honor goes to the ill-fated Dell Streak), it was the first device that became popular. So now we suddenly have plenty of smartphones with 5-inch and above displays.

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