Announcing Review Roundups

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Here at WindowsReport, we’ve always been passionate about the latest gadgets in the tech world. However, in the past few months (or even years?), our focus has been more on the instructional content side.

Today we’re making a timid first step in trying to get back to that place where WindowsReport is also a source for hardware reviews, as well.

If you’re anything like me, then you are probably always on the lookout for the newest laptop. And of course, before deciding whether you should buy it or not, you turn to reviews.

But you know what’s the problem with reviews? They’re many.

That’s why we’ve decided that our readers need a shortcut. They need to get informed, that’s obvious, but they don’t want to spend the entire shuffling through dozens of reviews. And if a product isn’t that new, then you also have to look at customers reviews, trying to spot that frightening fault.

So yeah, it takes time to do your research.

Our editorial goal is to help and guide you with your purchase. That is why we are kickstarting a brand new publishing series of Review Roundups. What we’re going to do there is quite simple – we’re going to present summaries from experts that reviewed new products and also try to get essential customer reviews into the mix whenever possible.

We’re going to focus first on the newest devices on the market, but if there’s something that you believe we should look at, send us an email at editorial (at) windowsreport (dot) com.