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This web site is for Apple fan boys, the Android faithful, Surface fanatics, and Lumia lovers; however, if your love for one platform means that you have to hate another, this probably isn’t the place for you.
There are two different types of tech reviews. There are those that focus on benchmarks and specs, generally judging how the device will perform by numbers. Then there are those that focus on the lifestyle aspect of it. That focus is about what it is like to live with the device and how the consumer’s life will change because of that.
We believe that there is room for a little of both. In our reviews, we show specs, in case your into that sort of thing, but we don’t go into benchmarking. We show you the specs, tell you what they mean, and then go into the every day use of the device. Take camera comparisons, for example. While other web sites might give you three or four samples to compare to others, we give you 20-50 different samples, all taken on subjects of different colors and different lighting conditions.
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Other than being flooded with ads, you’ll also notice that other web sites are biased. This is because the tech press is corrupt. They all get their free review units, they get flown out to some other state or country for an event, and they have to give the device a good review because if they don’t, they won’t get invited to the next event. That doesn’t happen at For the Love of Tech. We will never take money for a good review or be strong-armed into giving something a good review.
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