Introducing the OnePlus Nord — an affordable flagship killer from OnePlus. It's a solid mid-range smartphone that's being sold for a modest price. But does the OnePlus Nord really have what most people would want in a smartphone? In this review, I'll be doing an unboxing, a brief hardware analysis, an extensive overview of the cameras, and more.
This is my review of the entry-level Microsoft Surface Go 2 — configured with an Intel Pentium Gold 4425Y, 4 GB of RAM, and a 64 GB eMMC storage drive. Microsoft seems to have made their hardware choices work very well this generation. Is it better than we think?
This is my full review of the Microsoft Surface Pro X — a beautifully complicated 2-in-1 PC with a fair amount of both pros and cons. It's slightly over thirty minutes in length and covers every single aspect about the Surface Pro X that everyone needs to know about. In other words, this is the longest, most in-depth, and most complete review of a computer that I've ever made during its time. It's also one of my most well-received reviews as of November 2022, coming in at over 400,000 views and over 3,600 likes with a solid 96% viewer satisfaction ratio.
I created this review to help consumers who are interested in the Razer Blade 15 decide which configuration to get. Making a decision is a somewhat complicated process since there are quite a number of subtleties hidden throughout the configuration process, so I hope my input helps buyers make a reasonable purchase. This video has over 140,000 views and has a 93% viewer satisfaction ratio as of November 2022.
With well over 100,000 views (as of November 2019), my honest review of the Microsoft Surface Pro 6 stands as another popular product review of mine. In this review, I synthesize a variety of technical facts with personal experiences to offer an honest and insightful assessment of this generational refresh in the critically acclaimed Microsoft Surface Pro lineup.
With over 115,000 views (as of December 2019) and a surprisingly high viewer satisfaction ratio, this is one of my most well-received reviews to date: a complete and fully-detailed review of one of my favorite small form factor 2-in-1 Windows PCs, the Microsoft Surface Go.
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