Gadget Reviews Roundup: January 2019

Gadget Reviews Roundup: January 2019

And just like that, we’re done with the first month of 2019. And that also means we get to play around with some gadgets just before the arrival of the new ones at MWC. Here’s our Gadget Reviews Roundup for the month of January.


GoPro Hero 7 Black

We still believe the Go Pro Hero 7 is the best action camera in the market today. It’s got a plethora of accessories and third-party support, a ton of video options to choose from including a super high-resolution 4k/60fps recording, as well as compatible with using under various extreme conditions, including under-water.

ASUS ROG Zephyrus S (GX531)


The ASUS ROG Zephyrus S one hell of a sleek thin-and-light gaming notebook. It has a functional but beautiful design, hardware that can please both gamers and creatives, and portability that all desktop gaming PCs secretly envy. You do have to get past the keyboard & trackpad setup and somewhat lacking I/O, but once you do, you’re definitely in for a lot.

Honor 10 Lite

Besides the fact that it’s literally light, the Honor 10 Lite didn’t feel like a major downgrade from the Honor 10. It may not have a USB Type-C or a dedicated game mode, but its got a decent chipset, rich display, tiny notch, and quirky camera features. It performs well for everyday use and can actually manage some heavy gaming.

ASUS ZenFone Max M2

The ZenFone Max M2 definitely leaves me with a good impression overall, especially in the performance aspect. It has a good screen size but with only HD+ resolution, great brightness range, decent sound quality, decent camera quality at good lighting conditions, and longer lasting battery life as compared with the Max M1.


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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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