To say that Amazon’s Kindle Oasis is one of the nicest e-readers I’ve ever used would be to undersell it. Amazon are so good at building these devices by now that there’s almost no room in the market for anyone else. But, for good or ill, it’s also quite clear that Amazon have taken their e-reader to what may be its technical and logical conclusion. It’s light, its feature-rich, the battery remains ridiculously long, they’re still charging way too much for it and nothing about it has changed substantially in a few years now. Continue reading Tech Review: Kindle Oasis (2018): I think I might’ve read this one before
Huawei’s MediaPad T3 is an 8 inch Android tablet that is lightweight and surprisingly nimble for its entry-level spec. For those looking for an every day tablet that can be easily thrown in a bag while travelling, you may have found the one you want. Continue reading Tech Review: Huawei MediaPad T3 8: Is this your first time?
Following the release of the very well-received Surface Pro 3 last year, Microsoft continue to remain consistent as they add to their Surface family with the Surface 3 laptop-tablet hybrid. It’s certainly the megabrand’s most valuable hybrid to date, with price-point, power and performance admirably balanced with consumer convenience in mind. Continue reading Tech Review: Microsoft Surface 3