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Lenovo N20p Chromebook

Lenovo N20p Chromebook Multimode touchscreen Chromebook [Review]

Lenovo took a little bit of time to break into the Chromebook space. They initially started off with phones, tablets and a couple of Android powered all-in-ones. We know Acer, Samsung, HP and others have started to really up their game...
InfoSonic S505

InfoSonics verykool s505 Spark is a dual-sim wielding phone for $200 that is worth a look [Review]

Over the years I have seen and used some pretty interesting devices. The first few years of Android was a pretty wonderful time. As the base Android OS improved, so did the hardware. It wasn’t easy and many companies tried and failed...
Seidio Ledger Case HTC One M8

Seidio Ledger Case for the HTC One M8

There’s already a lot of selection of cases for almost every smartphone available, but when your phone has the popularity of the HTC One series, there’s generally more selection. We’ve been taking a look at a few of...
Blumoo Featured Image with Samsung Galaxy Note II

Blumoo Entertainment System Controller and Bluetooth Streamer

How many times do you look around your home and see a huge pile of controllers lying around. One for your TV, one for the cable box, one for the audio receiver and who knows what else you may have. Many of these manufacturers claim to...
HTC Dot View Case Open

HTC Dot View Case for the HTC One M8. A Cool Idea that Needs Work.

HTC has been on an up and down spiral over the last couple of years as Samsung took the lead in the Android smartphone race.  That’s not to say they haven’t made some awesome hardware, but they lost their way a couple of years...
Lenovo N308 (2)

Lenovo N308 Android Powered AIO Table Top PC Review, is it Worth the Money?

I have always had a bit of a love for Lenovo. They successful turned their purchase of IBM into a profitable PC market. Heck, they over took Apple in PC sales in the last few months. On the mobile front they dominate in overseas markets...
Divoom Voombox Travel Size

Divoom Voombox Travel Review – The Little Big Rugged Package

Big things can often come in tiny packages and that’s what is happening to the mobile speaker industry.  Companies are constantly finding ways to make portable audio smaller, lighter and better sounding.  Divoom’s Voombox Travel...
HTC One M8 in hand

HTC One M8 Review.

HTC was once a dominant source of Android phones until Samsung took the lead with the Galaxy series of devices.  It can be such simple ideas and changes that make or break how successful a phone can be.  Mobile phones are so advanced...
Seagate 600 Series SSD Photo

Seagate 600 Series SSD Review; Speed and Storage Capacity Priced Right

Before you say anything, Your right, SSDs having nothing to do with Android. At AndroidSPIN we use all sorts of technology to write articles, hack and root our devices and any technology that helps us do this better is fine with us. That’s...
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MEElectronics Atlas IML Graphics On-Ear Headphones Review

MEElectronics Atlas IML Graphics On-Ear Headphones Review: stunning sound and even more stunning Looks

It’s not often that you find headphones that combine fantastic looks with great sound; fewer still are able to do so at a reasonable price. The new Atlas on-ear headphones from MEElectronics are one set of headphones that I think...
Filed in: Audio, Hardware Reviews
Roocase Dual-View Folio Review

Roocase Dual-View Folio Review for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0: a folio with more to it than meets the Eye

The folio market is one that is brimming full of so many options these days, and it seems everyone and their dog has made a folio case for at least one device. Furthermore, most of these folios are very similar design, though they typically...
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