BolehVPN Review

Introduction
Want to unblock sites and overcome censorship like restrictive governments & geo-specific requirements? Protect yourself at public Wi-Fi hotspots? Wish to surf Internet anonymously? Then you need to try out virtual private network (VPN). Basically, VPN secures your Internet connection by creating a secure encrypted tunnel from your computer to VPN servers which then establishes connections on behalf of you hiding your identity and also encrypting your data. And BolehVPN is the VPN service in the spotlight now. How does BolehVPN perform? Let’s find out…

BolehVPN

Silicone suction cup ball stand review

Want to enjoy movie on your smartphone? Holding it with your hands for long hour is not a brilliant idea. No worry, silicone suction cup ball stand comes to rescue. It is small and easy to carry during travel. Supports your phone or MP4 player in landscape and portrait position. It is a nice companion for iPhone and iPod Touch. But I use it mostly on my Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One X…

Silicone suction cup ball stand

GPS BAY i95 Review

Introduction
All you need to do is drive… That’s GPS BAY tagline. And I have GPS BAY’s latest GPS navigation device ~ GPS BAY i95 in the house now. GPS BAY i95 is a 5.0″ car navigator that comes with Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and South Thailand Maps. GPS navigation device is a must have item when you are driving in unfamiliar territory. How does GPS BAY i95 perform? Let’s find out…

GPS BAY i95

NoiseHush NX26 HD Stereo Headphones Review

Introduction
I love listen music. Playing it all day long while writing my articles on this blog. And will put on earphone when I am on the go. Playing mobile games with it. I received NoiseHush NX26 HD Stereo Headphones from WirelessGround.com last week. How does NoiseHush NX26 HD Stereo Headphones perform? Let’s find out…

NoiseHush NX26 HD Stereo Headphones

Gaming on Kindle Fire Review

As a hardcore gamer, the very first thing that I tried on my newly bought Amazon Kindle Fire ~ games. Lot of games testing… Kindle Fire is powered by 1 GHz Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 dual-core processor and 304 MHz PowerVR SGX540 GPU. Kindle Fire has 7″ multi-touch (2 points only) IPS screen with resolution 600×1024 px. Its IPS display really shines here (look better than iPad due to higher pixel density).

By the way, Kindle Fire is using the same SoC like Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100G model in Malaysia. Some SGS2 I9100G owners claim that PowerVR SGX540 GPU is better than SGS2 I9100 ARM Mali-400 MP GPU. Does PowerVR SGX540 GPU perform well in all 2D and 3G games? Let’s find out…

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