Huawei MediaPad Link+: Plain but Workable
Feb05

Huawei MediaPad Link+: Plain but Workable

If you need a tablet with great battery life that’s more like a Fiat than a Ferrari, then think about a Link+.

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Review: Apple iPad Mini Retina 2014
Apr13

Review: Apple iPad Mini Retina 2014

The new iPad Mini Retina from Apple takes smaller tablets to a higher ground. All the action seems to be happening in the smaller tablet space, and the iPad Mini Retina is, in my opinion, the best of the bunch.

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Review: Sony Xperia Tablet Z
Jul31

Review: Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Apple has dominated the tablet market with their iconic iPad. Most people confuse the concept of a tablet with that of an iPad as a result. Android had had a hard time catching up but catching up they are. There have been tons of companies that have attempted the challenge Apple dominance – HP, Samsung, Asus and the list goes on. Now however, a tech company that is on a bit of a roll has entered the game – Sony. Sony has...

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – Giant Cellphone Syndrome
Mar20

Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – Giant Cellphone Syndrome

Samsung have made a stellar attempt to compete in a market that Apple has defined. It is the best of the Android powered tablets currently on the market.

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Review: Samsung Galaxy Note – Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane? No it’s a Superphone.
Nov07

Review: Samsung Galaxy Note – Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane? No it’s a Superphone.

It had to happen; things just got a whole lot bigger in the mobile world. Samsung have just launched their humongous 5.3” super device called the Galaxy Note. Super slim, super smart, but simply huge. I actually remember that for a short while, the mobile phone manufacturers all fought to see who could make the smallest, lightest, yet still usable phone on the market, and at that time Sony Ericsson, now just Sony, were the kings, with...

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Review: HTC Flyer Tablet – Let The Invasion Begin
Aug22

Review: HTC Flyer Tablet – Let The Invasion Begin

All of us here at Techhuman have been waiting for the tablet invasion to begin; we were getting a bit bored of meeting at coffee shops and airports and showing off our iPads. HTC have released their Flyer as a first go at the tablet market. The oddly named HTC Flyer, which is a 7 inch tablet made from a chunk of aluminium and spiced up with HTC’s proprietary interface Sense. We have been playing with one for the past few weeks and...

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