Aakash 3 with SIM Card Slot to Debut in India Next Year

The third version of Indian-made tablet PC Aakash is all set to become a truly mobile device next year. Aakash-3 will feature a SIM-card slot to make the tablet PC more desirable to tech savy Indians and young adults alike. Dec 30, 2012

WickedLeak Wammy Sensation - Video Review

For Rs. 16,000 the WickedLeak Wammy Sensation is quite an impressive device. The battery life is good, display is large and comfortable to use but the audio output is quite poor. There are budget smartphones out there with better raw performance but one cool feature of the Sensation is that it offers users a second battery straight out of the box. For people used to using budget devices, the fact that it looks like a Samsung Galaxy S III clone is an added bonus. On the downside, the device is plagued with the occasional hang found on all budget devices. Do you think this is the device for you? Watch our review and find out! Dec 28, 2012

Micromax Canvas 2 A110 - Video Review

The look and build of the Micromax Canvas 2 A100 is very good. The power under the hood too is good to run all the apps. In its raw performance, there are better performing devices available out there but to the everyday users, you will not notice the difference. It also comes preloaded with its own app store in addition to the Google Play store. The preloaded theme may be too vibrant for some but that can be changed with ease. The only downside to the device is that the display resolution isn’t the best for viewing videos and playing games. Is the A110 worthy of becoming your first phablet? Watch our video review and find out! Dec 27, 2012

HCL MeTab G1 - Video Review

The HCL MeTab G1 has one big drawback - no access to the Google Play store. If the absence of the Play store doesn't bother you and you will side load your apps via the .apk installer, then you can consider this device, as the power under the hood is really good. The device is very smooth and didn't lag during multitasking. Watching videos on the display is nice but it is very reflective making usage under direct light a problem. There is also no SIM card slot. The 7000mAh battery on the device lasted for just over three hours during continuous video playback. The build of the device is good and it is comfortable to hold. So, do you think this tablet is a bang for your buck? Dec 26, 2012

ASUS ET2012IGTS - Touch-enabled apps

ASUS 2012IGTS comes with a boat-load of touch-enabled apps, which makes use of its responsive touch-screen. We take a look at some of these apps. Dec 24, 2012

ASUS ET2012IGTS - First Impressions

We take a first look at ASUS ET2012IGTS, the all-in-one which houses an Intel Core i3 processor with dedicated AMD HD 7470M graphics and has a touchscreen display. This 20-inch AIO comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse combo as well as with a dedicated Windows Media Centre remote control. Watch the video for more features. Dec 21, 2012