Admit it – we all love gadgets especially our mobile phones and tablets but because of how fast technology make its leaps and bound, sometimes the average user gets chocked up with too much information and suggestions on which ones are the best bang for their hard-earned bucks to buy.
So they turn to their friends or relatives which have actually used a certain brand for the pros and cons and ask for their recommendation to buy or not to buy a certain product. Still, other prefer to take it to the experts via forums and gadget review sites before making that crucial decision to part with their moolah and finally get that gadget.
To help you with your “research” on which gadgets fit your lifestyle (and your purse, of course), we’ve gathered the top twelve gadgets review website here to make your life a little bit easier.
With its obviously Filipino colloquial name, Taragis offers its readers the freshest news on what’s happening in the tech world. You can find reviews and how-to’s on gadget repairs, update tips and other helpful tidbits that users will definitely find useful.
The site features tons of reviews about tech-related subjects, especially mobile devices, that may have a great impact on the lives of the average Pinoy tech enthusiast. Although the site is not updated daily, the reviews are still very relevant as the gadgets are the latest from their respective distributors/manufacturers.
The Gadget Website – like Gadgets Magazine Philippines, T3 has a printed magazine counterpart, which covers almost everything under the sun as long as it is tech-related: from the latest gadgets to the most high-tech cars and readers from all walks of life will surely find something that may pique the interest in this all-encompassing site.
Head writer and founder Mark Ballesteros Marcelo describes his site as “a blog about the latest news and reviews of gadgets and technology in the Philippines”. Short and sweet. Nothing more and nothing less.
Depending on your taste, the site’s moniker, Techobaboy, can be a delight or turn-off but setting this aside, it is a Philippine-based tech blog which covers the hottest tech-related news and gadget reviews, including topics about mobile phones, tablets, laptops, computers, gaming, cars, photography, accessories, apps and software and the internet. The site also features the latest updates on mobile OS like Android, iOS and Windows.
As Unbox.ph editor-in-chief says himself, the site is like your “techie friend” who you go to for advice about anything tech-related because he won’t drown you with technical terms and will hold your hand and guide you as you try to repair your favorite gadget.
Although the site covers both the local and the international tech scenes, NoypiGeeks focuses in event coverage and gadget reviews relevant to its target audience, the Pinoy readers. Like Pinoy Techno Guide, NoypiGeeks was also established in March, 2012 but has quickly evolved into a six-man team with each member serving his particular niche.
Similar to Pinoy Techno Guide, Techpinas’ goal is to be the premier source of technology trends and info for Pinoy’s all over the world. Run and maintained by its main man, Mark Milan Macanas, Techpinas presents a reader-friendly site where they can find reviews, how-to’s and tips to make their cyberlife more enjoyable.
Started in the summer 2012 by Daniel Gubalane, Pinoy Techno Guide features the latest offers from local distributors and resellers such as Cherry Mobile, MyPhone and Starmobile.
This site was founded by Gian Viterbo in 2009 and up to now lives up to its name by providing readers’ with up to the minute tech news, the latest technological trends, gadget reviews and what’s up with social media.
Gadgets Magazine Philippines has both an online site and a printed magazine which not only deal with gadgets and other electronics but with anything concerning the readers’ ever-changing tech lifestyle. Like Yugatech, the site is replete with all the latest news about what’s happening in the technological world and also gives reviews and suggestions as to the latest tech toys and essentials the tech savvy reader could want. Readers can buy the latest copy of their printed magazine at Buqo and Magzter.
Hands down, this is at the pinnacle of anything and everything tech-related here in the Philippines. Founded by Abe Olandres (a.k.a Yuga), the site has been churning out relevant technology information and reviews since 2005 and is up to now, the top go-to site for anyone looking for what’s new in cyberspace.
There you have it, folks. Our list of the top ten websites for the latest gadget reviews. Be informed and have fun!