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: full review 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.
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.
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 XT2 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.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite test / review Every year I test the new version of the Xiaomi Mi XX Lite, I have started my tests with the Mi 8 Lite and with each iteration Xiaomi takes the level a little higher but how far can they go?
Dreame T20 : test / review I am not used to testing vacuum cleaners but the Dreame T20 had titillated my curiosity and was offered at a competitive price on Indiegogo. This will be the first time one of my tests will help me with household chores.
Poco X3 Pro: test / review The Poco X3 Pro takes the fundamentals of the Poco X3 (which was a good phone) by offering 50% more performance for a more or less equivalent price. It thus becomes the king of performance in the mid-range.
Poco F3 Test / Review The Poco family with a new generation of the F series but with a focus on performance instead of photography. The Poco F3 offers unmatched power in this price segment, gamers will be delighted.
Doogee S96 Pro: test / review After a first positive experience with the Doogee brand, I decided to buy a second one with this S96 Pro which seems to offer an interesting performance/quality/price ratio.
Dreame Bot L10 Pro: test / review I bought my first robot cleaner a long time ago and the world has changed since then. After testing the excellent Yeedi, it's now Dreame's turn with its Lidar sensor out of a science fiction movie.
XGIMI Mogo Pro: test, reviews and prices The Mogo Pro is my second projector from XGIMI, it is one of the first portable projectors in 1080, will it succeed in establishing itself as a reference on the market?
Nvidia Shield TV 2019 test / review The Nvidia Shield TV is the king of all Android TV devices, it litterally chews anything you throw at it (local video, streaming, games, music,...). It's also one of the most expensive product, is it worth the money?
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