Archive for May, 2013

Razer has announced two new additions to its gaming laptop category, the Razer Blade Pro and the Razer Blade. The Blade Pro is the latest installment in its 17-inch gaming laptop section. Powered by a 4th generation Intel Core processor, the Blade Pro also sports a next gen NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M graphics card. Continue reading


The Tronsmart MK908 is an Android TV stick with a Rockchip RK3188 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. You can plug it into any TV with an HDMI port and hook it up to your WiFi network to stream internet video, play games, surf the web, or run other Android apps on your TV. Continue reading

Razer Blade

Razer has already introduced a high-end Windows gaming tablet this year, so it’s pretty clear the company things you can pack some serious gaming chops into a small package. So I suppose it’s not a huge surprise that the company is following the Razer Edge tablet with a new ultrabook aimed at gamers.

It’s called the Razer Blade and it’ll be available soon for $1800 and up. Continue reading

Maybe you’re unhappy with the amount of bloatware Samsung put on the new Samsung Galaxy S4? Maybe you want to get rid of TouchWiz? Maybe you want to overclock the device? Or undervolt it? Or change what apps can be opened using the multi-window feature on the device? There are any number of benefits to rooting a device and here at TheUnlockr, we’re pretty much convinced it’s the way to go. Here’s how to root the Samsung Galaxy S4 using a program called Motochopper. Continue reading

HTC Phablet

HTC is indeed working on a so-called phablet-class smartphone with pen-based input, we’ve learned, an attempt to challenge the market dominance of Samsung in larger-screen Android handsets. T6, as it is codenamed, has been tipped as a 5.9-inch, full HD beast of a device, powered by a top-of-the-line Qualcomm MSM8974 — a quad-core chipset clocked at 2.3GHz and better known as the Snapdragon 800. Continue reading


It looks like the new standard for a flagship phone is now pegged at 5-inches and comes with a quad-core chip. That’s where the O+ 8.15 is sitting at right now. Check out our full review after the break.

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On top, there’s Android & iOS, then comes Windows Phone & BlackBerry 10. Is there space for more mobile OSes? Sailfish, Ubuntu and the rest are just around the corner, but for now, we have Firefox OS here to look at. Here is a preview on what to expect once it’s out, so read on. Continue reading

Microsoft Pro area, the disguised tablet laptop


Powerful, responsive and fun to use, the new Surface Pro is a very successful laptop and tablet hybrid. But the price of the product and its options may cool the public. Continue reading

HP Pavilion TouchSmart 15 a good laptop touch cheap


As Acer or Dell, HP puts Windows 8 touch and within reach of all budgets with this notebook Pavilion 15.6 inch proposed below 550 euros. Continue reading

XXL screen 21:9 for this notebook Toshiba enduring signed


With its unusual screen format, Satellite U840W is a machine that will appeal to movie lovers enjoying being able to watch movies as if they were in a dark room. Continue reading