Category: Reviews

REVIEW: Maps Jersey By Ozz Vampo

Disclaimer: Ozz Vampo gave the review unit to us free of charge. However, thoughts and opinions about the product remain unbiased. Many thanks for the generosity and giving us the opportunity   It’s pretty obvious that no one has the disposable cash to buy full athletic wear from the likes of Nike Dri-Fit and Adidas Climacool, because a single pair of trackpants alone can cost around RM 300 – RM 400. However, there are a few alternatives in case you don’t want to shell out a chunk for something that you won’t probably ever use other than to sleep...

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Review – ECOVACS Deebot R98

The ECOVACS Deebot R98 is a robovac – those cute little robots that vacuum your floors as they go, occasionally bumping up against things and scaring pets for great Instagram videos. It’s also marketed as great with pet fur, which is why of all the people in the office who wished they wouldn’t have to sweep and mop for a week for this review, I got to do it. *cue evil laughter. The EOOVACS Deebot R98 arrives in a dauntingly large cardboard box that is thankfully lighter than it looks, housing the robovac and it’s charging station with a...

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Album Review: ‘Balada’ by Pastel Lite

An Album Worth Delving into Headfirst.   Conceptual, dreamy and original — Pastel Lite is back with the work of art we’ve all been waiting for. The KL based experimental duo shifted from a forward sounding tone, and taken 13 languid steps back to a more dreamy and laidback soundscape, but still punches without losing out on its themes. With Balada, they manage to pull it off with aplomb, and possibly executed even better than expected — high praise, given their successful EP ‘Etcetera’. From guitar-layered and snare-filled melodies to the exquisite choice of words — the 38-minute album...

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GLOW S1E01 Review

10 minutes into the very first episode of GLOW, and I’m chuckling like a teenager. By the end of the thing, I am hooked onto the struggles of Ruth Wilder (Allison Brie of Scream 4 fame), an actress in the rollicking days of the 80s where the words ‘strong female lead’ didn’t exist in that particular sequence. GLOW opens up with Ruth reading for a part, one that seems to portray a high-powered executive woman facing the power plays of a corporate setting. Unfortunately, she happens to be reading the male lead’s lines, and the part she’s reading for...

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REVIEW: Infinix Zero 4 (X555)

By Jeremy Say The Infinix Zero 4 (X555) is an interesting reminder that everyone should be able to afford a good smartphone without having to break the bank. The Zero 4 (RM 999) is just one of the many models  that Infinix have recently released as their first foray into the Malaysian market. Branded as a camera phone, the Zero 4 is their flagship device that doesn’t disappoint.  The phone comes with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), Laser Focus, and Fingerprint authentication. Paired with a nice 5.5 inch HD IPS display, this sleek unibody design is only slightly marred by...

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