It’s been a busy week for our reviewers with brand new tablets, computer components passing through our labs. Here’s a round-up of our reviews from this week.
XOLO Play Tegra Note
India’s first Tegra 4 device, the Xolo Play Tegra Note is an incredible performer and is ideal for gaming and multimedia viewing, but the display lacks punch and has a low resolution, which could be its biggest downfall. Check out the full review.
Will Tegra 4 score more sales for Xolo?
Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme 256GB SSD
The Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme is a speedy drive and not many other SSDs in the market can offer comparable performance. But at a price of Rs 19,500, it comes at a cost per GB of Rs 81.9 which is higher than most of the competition. Is it worth the extra moolah? Check out our full review.
Plextor's super-speedy SSD
Google Nexus 7 (2013)
This year’s Nexus 7 brings in an updated chipset (albeit a 2012 SoC)and a display that’s several times better than last year’s model. With the promise of future updates, it looks to be a killer deal, but is it up to the mark when it comes to some of the more recent high-end tablets. Find out in our review.
Is the Nexus 7 the best Android tablet right now?
AMD playing the value card again?
XFX Radeon R9 290
AMD announced their Hawaii cards towards the end of September and we have looked at AMD’s R9 series 280X and 270X in the past. Now it’s time for the elder sibling the R9 290 which is a notch lower than the higher end R9 290X. AMD is offering a killer value proposition with these cards. Will the R9 290 continue that trend and which high end NVIDIA card’s feathers does the 290 ruffle? Find out in our review.
Publish date: December 22, 2013 9:49 am| Modified date: January 7, 2014 11:56 am
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