Monthly Archives: October 2015

HTC Explorer in the Test

Taiwanese HTC has until now kept away from the trend of really cheap Androids. With the new Explorer takes a step down the price ladder without thereby compete on really low price King Huawei. With an introductory price of over SEK … Continue reading

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Test: Huawei Ascend P1 LTE

With LTE Huawei Ascend P1 to latch on to the current 4 g trend.The result is a phone that impresses in many ways – except in the case of a stable 4 g/lte connectivity. Chinese Huawei also has decided to … Continue reading

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6 Keyboard for Mobile and Tablet

We have tested six keyboard to Iphone, Ipad and Android that will make your mobile office work easier. Touch screen in all its glory. But would you get something really write job done so is fysika buttons preferable for most people. We … Continue reading

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Samsung Ativ’s in Test

Ativ’s has a nice format and a really good monitor but plastigheten and the lack of extra content leaves an aftertaste of disappointment. It is hard not to draw parallels to the Android-phone Samsung Galaxy S3 when they briefly glance … Continue reading

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NAVIGON for Windows Phone

Do you have a cell phone with at least medium-sized screen works great as a personal guide for as long as you have an application that meets your needs. NAVIGON is specialized on navigators and develops that tour is even navigatorappar … Continue reading

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Test: Apple Ipad Mini

The light weight is probably the most obvious, but the Ipad Mini has many sides. If it is a good choice for you depends on what you are looking for. IPad Mini opens Apple’s already large audience for tablets. The development of … Continue reading

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Test: Kensington Key Folio Expert

Keyboard case for Ipad under the microscope. Key Folio Expert from Kensington are just as the name suggests a combined keyboard and case. Instead of that many other manufacturers produce a keyboard cover which simply is folded like a book in … Continue reading

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ASUS Vivotab TF600T in Test

ASUS follows the same recipe with Transformer-plates when they make their first tablet with Windows RT, but feels much higher. Asus has become a major player in the market for tablets with Android, both with the Google samarbetet Nexus 7 … Continue reading

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So Great Is the Infinity Blade 2

If you look back at the history of portable games have the predecessor to this game is already a given place at the top, even though it was launched as recently as December 2010. The sequel as we test this surpasses … Continue reading

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Test: Asus Transformer TF300TL

ASUS cheaper Tablet comes in a 4 g variant, but is a browsing session really worth the higher price tag. The saying that when it rains it really pours down is true so good when it comes to Asus low … Continue reading

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Test: Gear4 Airzone Series 1

Airzone capable Airplay for a cheap money but saves on other areas. When it comes to speakers with I loved it has enough Gear4 made most famous for the bird and grisformade Angry Birds-speakers, but they also have the speaker … Continue reading

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Sony Xperia (J) Test

Price vs. features is always a balance regardless of phone. With Xperia Sony J has drawn down on one part and focus on other things. Sony’s Xperia series and its single-letter to the name’s getting right confused now. If we are expecting … Continue reading

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BlackBerry 9360 in Test

RIM keeps the door open for phones without touch screen. Curve is completely button controlled and comes with version 7 of the BlackBerry system. Since Nokia began phasing out Symbian lands most Swedish smartphone buyers in either the Android or … Continue reading

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Test: Sony Xperia Tablet S

To the exterior is Xperia Tablet S a modest update of last year’s tablet with the similar name. But high performance and features such as water resistance and the folks making it one of the best plates right now. Just over … Continue reading

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Big Test: 7 Map Services to Ios

Last fall we launched Ios 6 and with the new system came the biggest update of Iphone app then awarded maps with GPS in the summer of 2008. The term update, however, is a truth with modification. We have been deeply and … Continue reading

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ZTE Grand X into the Test

The combination of a fantastic battery life, a pure Android version and an Intel chipset do Grand budgetluren ZTE X really interesting. Electronics giant Intel has made several attempts to break into the mobile ground conditions. In the spring of 2012 … Continue reading

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Lumia 710 in Test

Nokia adds the features we are missing in Windows Phone and now spreading it even lower in price. Lumia 710 to distribute Nokia smartphones to more. Compared to the Iphone and Android that is Windows Phone is still a young and … Continue reading

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Test: Lumia 920

Lumia 920 is Nokia’s new top model with Windows Phone 8. The idea is that it should be the fattest Windowsluren on the market, which provides both advantages and disadvantages. Nokia’s change of strategy from Symbian to Windows Phone are well … Continue reading

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Review: Otterbox Commuter for Samsung Galaxy

Make up the phone resistant by using a shell to the Galaxy. When I heeled the Otterbox Commuter on my Galaxy S3 makes it immediately right for itself, I drop my phone in the floor when I press the volume … Continue reading

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Test: Motorhead Motorizer

The old legendary rockers Motorhead has pasted his name on the side of any headphones, but why they seem to have designed them for water heads, we cannot respond to. Lemmy in Motorhead and the lads go down the same … Continue reading

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Eight Performance Lurking in the Test

Although mid mobiles has improved and approached in recent years, it is still the case that more money buys the best performance and hardware in mobile world. The supply, however, is large, and it can be hard to choose from all … Continue reading

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Duel: the Nexus 7 Vs. Ipad Mini

Never before have enough Apple launched a product that so clearly challenge a competitor already on the market. We see how well the Ipad Mini lives up to what its predecessor from Google can handle. Materials and formats Apple Ipad Mini: There … Continue reading

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Test: Edifier Spinnaker

Nicely designed speakers for wireless or wired service. It is heard on the name that the tanks should be brought to the boating and sailing when you look at the shape of the Edifier Spinnaker. However, it was none of those … Continue reading

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Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL in Testing

Don’t let the brand scare you, Huawei Ascend D1 Quad Xl is a very good mobile phone but you should have a little nostalgia in the body to fall for it. I don’t know why I get early HTC sense … Continue reading

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Prada Phone by LG 3.0 in Test

Usually “designlurar” according to me be pretty bad when they often touting an antiquated hardware in a “bling”-Pack. Thankfully has LG and Prada did not take the way out. The first thing that strikes one with Prada Phone 3.0 by … Continue reading

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Test: Sony Xperia V

Waterproof Sony Xperia V with high-resolution screen, 4 g and a streamlined format deserves to be a best seller. Design wise similar to Sony Xperia more about the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc than this year’s other Sony phones, but it … Continue reading

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Test: Gechic On-Lap Monitor

An external monitor to your Iphone that leaves a lot to be desired. It is extremely light and extremely thin, which means that our first impression wow. Then we start looking more closely. Onlap is a monitor that you can connect to … Continue reading

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Test: Withings Blood Pressure Monitor

Measuring blood pressure with your Iphone? It may sound odd, but do you need a quick solution Withings meter means for sharing data. Mobile health is something that is constantly growing, and it is not just about fun technical invention for … Continue reading

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