Inkjet printer manufacturers are working on such small margin when selling their printers that they clawback by hammering users with expensive replacement cartridges. This resulted in a market for remanufactured, re-filled or recycled and third-party cartridges and refill kits. As a response, the manufacturers have instead come up with inkjet printers incorporating refillable ink tanks.
Reminiscence of the cutting edge and iconic flip phone from over a decade ago, the new Motorola RAZR is not very different from the RAZR V3 released back in July 2004, until you unfold the phone. Here we explore the reasons for and against buying the new RAZR focusing on new and extraordinary features.
Want a monitor that offers plenty of pixels and display goodness to go up against Apple’s Pro Display XDR? These 32-inch IPS LCD monitor may not have 6K resolution but at 4K and around a tenth of less the price of Apple’s display, you are laughing to the bank.
Smartphones and laptops aren’t the only ones getting in on the bezel-less game. New TV and computer monitors are joining the wave of full display devices. Here, we focus mainly on affordable Full HD 27-inch screens with frame-less design.
If you are in the market for a big budget phone with displays bigger than 6-inch, there are plenty to choose from but which of these are the best. We take a look at offerings from big names such as Motorola, Samsung, Huawei, Nokia and Honor.
Not only is Huawei moving up in the world of telecommunications and smartphones, it is not far behind in the fields of portable computing by that I mean the laptops and tablets. The company has repeatedly impressed up the hearts and minds of gadgeteers with their offerings. The MediaPad M5 tablets are no exception.
The mid-range 2-in-1 offering from HP comes with a healthy choice of processors from both the CPU divide, AMD and Intel. The good people at HP has even included the HP digital stylus that supports Windows Ink for good measure.
Samsung Galaxy A-series’s expansive portfolio starts from A10s to A90. With each increment in number comes higher specification, better cameras, more memory and bigger display. We look at four of the best models from the series, the Galaxy A50, A70, A80 and A90 5G.