Samsung Galaxy S8 Review

In this modern day and age, mobile phones have become a necessity as they are the perfect tool to enable us to stay connected with others. Consumers also find it necessary for the phone to have great features to maximize its capabilities and to enhance mobile phone experience. That is why, when new models are released, people are always eager to find out more information. And now, as one of the leading phone manufacturers is set to release a new phone model, you might find this Samsung Galaxy S8 review helpful and informative.

“Awesome phone! We bought 10 of them for our mobile auto repair business. It’s very user friendly and has everything we need to run a bit more efficient.” – Chad C.,

The Samsung Galaxy S8 is the new flagship phone model of the multinational conglomerate. With the disastrous battery of the Note 7, the S8 is expected to be Samsung’s redemption and its only chance to regaining its title as the top Android brand in the world.

When it comes to the design, Samsung Galaxy 8 can definitely be considered as one of the most beautiful and polished phones so far. It is tall and narrow, and just fits snugly in a normal sized palm.  Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy S8 Review”

Sony PlayStation 4 VR Review

If you don’t really want to bother reading this entire Sony PlayStation 4 VR Review, we can cut to the chase and tell you to just get it. If you can’t afford it, just start a pet service business (or something) to make some money and get it!

All you really need beforehand is a PS4, a DualShock 4 controller, and ample playing space of about 6 by 10 feet. The PS4 Pro is your best bet, though the original or the Slim version is fine too.

You have two bundles to choose from and the basic package includes the PS VR system along with headphones, a demo disc, and the necessary cables. Add about $100 more and you can get the preferred PS VR Launch Bundle, however. Not only do you get the PS Camera and 2 PS Move Motion controllers, but you also receive the terrific PlayStation VR Worlds.

So why get it? Here are our top reasons:  Continue reading “Sony PlayStation 4 VR Review”

Altwork Station Review: When is a Worktable not a Worktable?

This is a follow up post to my Altwork Station Preview that I posted a while back.

Most office work these days tend to involve a desk, a PC, and a chair. Despite the various advancements in ergonomics, not all work desks are comfortable. But then again, there’s always Altwork. It’s so different that just about every Altwork Station review raves about it.

It’s not really a matter of whether the Altwork is effective. It IS. The main objection, right now, is that it is rather expensive. It starts at about $4,000 and with customization options the cost can go up to $6,000. Still, if you get it as a gift (from someone who loves you a lot) then you’ll probably be thrilled to put it in your office.

Here are the highlights: Continue reading “Altwork Station Review: When is a Worktable not a Worktable?”