Product tests and travel guide
I launched my first website in 1994 when some of you were not even born. Although my first grey hairs appeared, I never stopped. I managed some of the most important sites in Belgium and as if that wasn't enough, I created my own blog with ultra detailed product tests and travel guides. It's probably better than watching nonsense on TV or YouTube :)
Kospet Tank M2 : test / review
Whether you're very clumsy or you do something where you can damage your watch, Kospet has a solution with the second version of its Tank watch.
Unihertz Tank : test / review
Do you want to survive a zombie invasion or just survive in the jungle with a smartphone? I think I have just the thing for you!
Urtopia electric bike : test / review
The Urtopia should reconcile geeks with cycling. This bike is a connected electric bike made entirely of carbon fibre. Futuristic look, connected bike, ...it speaks to me!
Optoma Cinemax D2 Smart: test / review
I had not yet tested a projector from this brand and for this first time I will immediately look at the top of the range. Can it compete with the Xiaomi Laser Cinema 2?
XGIMI Elfin : test / review / price
The XGIMI Elfin is a portable 1080p projector that theoretically combines all the qualities of a normal projector, will this Elfin be another success?
POCO M5 : test, review and price
I have bought almost all the POCO M range and I thought that the brand had not innovated much these last months. Will the M5 change this?
Umidigi Bison: test / review
After the Ulefone Armor and the Doogee S58 Pro, I decided to test a third rugged phone with the Umidigi Bison. On paper it offers a very good performance/price ratio. Will this new Umidigi outperform its competitors?
Xiaomi Mi Smart Projector 2 Pro: test / review
Xiaomi is manufacturing all kinds of products and after the phones, Xiaomi has released some good projectors with the same strategy to offer a good product for a price lower than the competition.
Fengmi V10 (VX): test / review
I was tempted by this Fengmi because on paper it offers a unique experience in this price range with 4k, superb sound and a 240hz frequency.
Xiaomi Mi Pad 5 : test / review
Xiaomi hasn't released any tablets for a few years, but the brand is back on the scene with the Mi Pad 5, which has the iPad in its sights.
Banggood test / opinion
I have added Banggood to the range of sites I use to buy my equipment and so far I am very satisfied with them, the prices and insurance for customs fees are among their strengths.
Redmi 10A: test and review
Some people don't know the crisis by buying iPhones at more than 1000€, for the others Redmi offers a phone at around 100€.
Blitzwolf BW V2: test / review
Blitzwolf produces entry level projectors with a sometimes military design, this BW V2 seems to start a change towards a higher range.
Wanbo T2R Max: test / review
This is the third Wanbo projector I have tested and the brand is getting better with each model, offering more and more for a lower price.
Wanbo T6 Max : test / review
After having tested the entry-level Wanbo T6 Max, it's now the turn of the Wanbo T6 Max which delivers 1080p in an ultra portable format.
Blitzwolf VT2 : test / review
The Blitzwolf VT 2 is a real portable projector, it's tiny and runs on a battery, the ideal candidate to take your movies and series on holiday with you.
Poco F4 GT: test / full review
The Poco F4 GT is a supercharged smartphone designed to meet the demands of hard core gamers or those who simply want the best performance.
Xgimi Horizon: test / review
I started my adventure in the world of projectors with Xgimi with the H1, I will now test my 4th Xgimi projector with the Horizon (and the comparison with the Pro)
Redmi Note 11 Pro test / review
The Redmi Note 11 Pro is moving towards a more premium format but with elements of the previous model. Will it still stand up to the competition?
Redmi Note 11 : test / review
I've been testing the Redmi range since the Redmi 5 and this brand has established itself as the king of the entry level, will the Redmi Note 11 follow the same path?
Teclast T40 Plus : test / review
The tablet world is dominated by Apple and Samsung but some Chinese brands like Chuwi or Teclast manage to produce interesting tablets for a much more affordable price.
Chuwi Hipad Plus: test / review
I haven't tested any tablets for my blog yet but this new iPad clone was very interesting, so I thought it might be a good opportunity to test this kind of product.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10: test / review
After a somewhat disappointing Redmi Note 9, Xiaomi is back in force with a very promising Redmi Note 10 that will probably once again shake up the competition.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro : test / review
The Redmi Note Pro range has always been characterized by good performance and good pictures, the Redmi Note 10 Pro will hit even harder with an Amoled display and a 108 million pixel photo sensor!
Redmi 9C test / review
Redmi is attacking the price range below €100 with a smartphone with reasonable specifications. Is this really a good deal?
Poco M3 : test / review
Poco woke up in 2020, after the F2 Pro and the X3, here is the M3 which comes to attack the entry level with a floor price that will undoubtedly shake up the smartphone market.
Oukitel C21 : test / review
I have never tested any Oukitel smartphone before this model and on paper it is positioned at the level of a Redmi Note 9. Will this first Oukitel surpass Xiaomi?
Blink XT 2 test / review
Major brands like Google or Xiaomi have all launched their own brand of surveillance cameras, Amazon is now doing the same with Blink and offers free cloud and a 2-year autonomy.