Review

AIMS looks back on 2017 and looks forward to 2018
AIMS finished 2017 on a strong note recording double digit revenue growth Cashless transactions to be among new trends of 2018 to take note of
DNA Review: Mi Mix 2 better second time round
Xiaomi smartphone that sparked the bezel-less craze comes up smelling like roses; again.
Huawei P10 Lite opens door to the P-series
With three different sizes and price tags to suit all needs and budgets, Huawei aims to offer something for everyone with their P10 series.
HP EliteBook x360:Only the elite need apply
The HP EliteBook x360 may be one laptop that doesn’t feel out of place being used at home as it is in a corporate office.
An ageless strategy masterpiece
Having made its debut in 1991, Civilization has gone through many transformation and now comes to you as Civilization 6.
Review: HP Elite x2, excellent value for money
The Elite x2 does very well in the price to performance column. If you are in the market for a new Windows 2-in-1 and do not wish to break the bank, this is a very good choice.  
Review: STOM Spectrum i100, cheap and useful
The STOM Spectrum i100 from Malaysian retailer Thunder Match Technology is a sleek and useful Windows 10 2-in-1. Although it is not the powerful device around, it is still usable for work and leisure.
Review: Dell Inspiron 24 7000, filling a niche
The Dell Inspiron 24 7000 all-in-one PC is not an iMac clone. Stylish and affordable, it is targeted at the office worker for whom space is at a premium.  
Review: Flash Plus 2 misses the mark
WHAT is your opinion of the Flash brand? Come on, admit it. It is hardly a brand which jumps out when you think of smartphones. In a market flooded with advertising from the likes of Apple, Samsung and Huawei, one would be tempted to ask Flash who?   This does not mean that the company's smartphones are a laughing matter. In fact, judging by the previous Flash phones, the new Flash Plus 2 might be something to look forward to.
Review: Dell XPS 15, a silver bullet
THESE days, the PC manufacturer Dell has a falling problem. Along with global PC sales, its own sales are dwindling. The former world number one is now third, behind Lenovo and HP. To make matters worse, smaller manufacturers like Asus and Acer are snapping at its heels.   Even in its once untouchable portable segment, sales are falling. Dell badly needs a winner - or a slew of winners. Is it possible that the new XPS 15 laptop heralds the beginning of a turnaround?
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