A few days ago I was in the search for a good and sturdy selfie stick that could hold my OnePlus 3T comfortably. The OnePlus 3T is a big phone with a 5.5 inch display and to find a selfie holder big enough to clamp it was difficult, until I stumbled upon the Yunteng YT-1288. It is a wonderful cheap selfie stick that packs a couple of extra features for that low price.
The Moto G family is a series of amazing budget smartphones released by Motorola. Previously owned by Google, now under Lenovo, Motorola has had a lot of success with its Moto phones and for good reasons. I take a look at the recently released, the all new member of the G family, the Moto G5 Plus. I was a long time Moto user, my first device being the amazing original Moto G Gen 1, and so I review this device to see if Motorola has done it again with its 5th Gen successor. Continue reading “Moto G5 Plus Review – The New Budget King?”
Before I start my review there are a couple of things I want to say. This is my first time using an audiophile headphone, even if not the best and costliest, and mostly because I couldn’t afford headphones more than $20-$30 before(which I can now). But thanks to Massdrop and Sennheiser for this epic drop and at the right time that I could afford this for $200. Also, this first experience review will probably help someone to know why having high-end headphones matter. Continue reading “Sennheiser HD6xx (HD650) Review – After 2 Months”
The Yamaha PSR E453 is a 61 key portable keyboard that is geared towards the beginners but still has surprisingly strong features that takes it to the next level. This review is from a beginner’s point of view and how this keyboard can still be used for music production. Continue reading “Yamaha PSR E453 Review”
As the release of the new member of the Moto G family is just around the corner, I decided to take a look at what the 5th Gen of the amazing budget phone is offering in terms of specs and whether or not previous Gen users should upgrade. Continue reading “Moto G5 Plus – Thoughts”
I know it’s been a while (approx 3 months) since the OnePlus 3T released and reviewing it now as a fresh device would be kinda silly. So, I’m reviewing it as device that’s 3 months old and whether or not it still is the same flagship killer that it was when it was released. Also note that when it was released it didn’t have Android 7.0 i.e. Nougat out of the box, instead it was running Marshmallow 6.0.1. But now it has been updated to 7.0 and so this review will be based on that android version.
Let me tell you a story:
I made a Christmas tree like this one when I was 11. It was for the school Christmas party, and my tree was very, very simple. It didn’t have any of the decorations like this one has. All decorations were made out of cardboard, crepe papers and some sketch pens. It was way smaller than this one and didn’t even have a star at the top. Continue reading “My Christmas Tree Story”
I’m an artist, I create art. I’m a musician, I create music. Creation gives me life. Creation gives me form.
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts. -Winston Churchill
Approximately a week back the prime minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi, declared that the Rs.500 and Rs.1000 currency notes that were in use, will not be valid anymore. In return, there will be new notes replacing these old ones and also a brand new currency denomination of Rs.2000. This was huge, and the effects too. Continue reading “Demonetization In India – Thoughts”