October Gadget Reviews Roundup 2015

October Gadget Reviews Roundup 2015




Just a month to go and it’s December. So if you’re looking for gadgets to buy for yourself or as a present for someone else then check out our Gadget Reviews Roundup for October. This includes the Apple iPhone 6s, ASUS Zenfone 2 Deluxe, Lenovo PHAB Plus, Cherry Mobile MAIA Smart Tab, Sony Xperia C5 Ultra, and Vicovation Vico-Marcus Dash Cam.

Apple iPhone 6S

Apple’s new iPhone 6S might look the same as last year’s model but there are lots more on the inside that might convince fans to grab the latest one like 3D Touch and better front and rear camera. Apple did not stop there and introduced a totally new Rose Gold color as well.

ASUS Zenfone 2 Deluxe

The Zenfone 2 Deluxe is a testament that the company can still push the envelope and deliver better performance than the ZE551ML which is already a solid performer. With a more attractive look thanks to its unique back cover and storage space that will give you freedom from worrying whether you have memory left, the Deluxe is a great handset to have around and will no doubt handle the tasks you throw its way.

Lenovo PHAB Plus

With the PHAB Plus, Lenovo tries to solve a problem for a consumer who wants to experience the best of both worlds in a single device. The PHAB Plus looks and works just like a regular smartphone yet has a display large enough to be accepted as a tablet, and it’s good in playing both roles, too.

iON Air Pro 3 Action Cam

The iON Air Pro 3 is a decent action camera to have around — it shoots videos with vibrant and crisp images, has a tough housing, and (in our opinion) looks more “action ready” than the GoPro’s square form factor.

Cherry Mobile MAIA Smart Tab

The MAIA Smart Tab is a really enjoyable and modest companion that doesn’t ask much. For Php4,999 you now have a device that runs Windows for the times you need to get some work done, and Android for when you need to take a break and play.


 

Sony Xperia C5 Ultra

With its big display, great selfie camera and wide connectivity suite, the Xperia C5 Ultra is one of the decent phablets in the market today. Although, its price tag of Php 17,990 is not that attractive. If Sony could just lower its prices, especially when they now use MediaTek processors, maybe they can sell more smartphones.

Starmobile Knight Elite

The Starmobile Knight Elite exudes some of the best qualities of a phone that users are looking for – good display and performance, dual-SIM with LTE connectivity, and a nice build and design. For Php9,990, the Knight Elite won’t break the bank for users who are looking the features mentioned.

Sony Xperia M4 Aqua

The Xperia M4 Aqua is a good choice for those who are looking for a smartphone that packs a punch but not heavy in the pockets. It has a good display, performance and camera, nice build and design, IP-certified body, and a decent battery life.

Vicovation Vico-Marcus 4 UHDR Dash Cam

Vicovations’s Vico-Marcus 4 is one dashboard camera that gives good concentration towards picture quality but doesn’t fall short on what it’s made for. Its 160-degree wide-angle lens combined with the 21:9 ratio gives off details that reveal more than what other cameras could show.

ASUS ZenPad S 8.0 Z580CA

The ZenPad S 8.0 is, without a doubt, the best and more beautiful yet affordable Android tablet Asus has ever made even beating the ones they made for the Google Nexus program in terms of design and performance.

Western Digital My Cloud Mirror (Gen 2)

The Western Digital My Cloud Mirror (Gen 2) proves to be a very useful and effective device for those who need to manage tons of files. For casual users, it liberates you from depending on an external hard drive and takes the load off smartphones and tablets with limited internal storage. Heavy users like photographers, graphic artists, and video producers can take advantage of features like automatic file backup, password protection, and multiple storage modes.



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

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  1. I really like the design of the ASUS Zenfone 2 Deluxe, but since I heard that it’s hard to replace broken components in ASUS products I think I’ll try a Lenovo device this year (which proved to have the easiest to replace components according to the Consumer Bond).

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