Posts Tagged ‘Gadgets’

Printing feels so last year, doesn’t it. Actually, no. So last decade. Maybe more. Either way, printing isn’t something a lot of us do much of in 2020. Which means that when we do need to do it, we probably don’t have a printer around. After all, who wants to have a huge printer taking up space when they don’t need it?

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Mophie Powerstation Wireless XL features regular + reverse wireless charging, USB-C Power Delivery, a Lightning port, and more. Here are the details.

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Raspberry Pi has just launched a $50 12.3-megapixel camera module with support for mount lenses. Here is everything you need to know.

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Right now you don’t need to be a scientist to know that keeping yourself and your stuff clean is a pretty good idea. That’s why totallee has announced its new UV Phone Sanitizer, available for pre-order now.

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Sonos decided to end the Recycle Mode that was part of its trade-up program. In its previous guise that program essentially bricked Sonos devices with users receiving a 30% discount on a new device.

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Here’s our Xcentz xDynamo Solo 1-Port 45W USB-C wall charger review which can fast-charge your iPhone, iPad and MacBook for just $26.

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Samsung has today announced a new entry into the T-series of portable SSDs that has been so popular in recent years. We already had the T3 and T5, with the new T7 Touch taking its place at the very tip of the lineup.

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Mophie powerstation go can jumpstart your car, wirelessly charge your smartphones, features an AC output, and more. Here are all the details on it.

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Anker’s latest PowerHouse 100 portable battery charger can fully recharge a 2019 MacBook Pro from scratch. Here are the details.

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Wouldn’t it be great if wireless chargers really were wireless? That’s a future that a new startup is promising. Guru is based in California and it has built a new wireless charging system that uses high-frequency radio waves to power devices.

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LG has lifted the lid on the latest phone to carry the UltraFine branding, although this one isn’t specifically designed for use with Macs like the UltraFine 4K and UltraFine 5K are. Instead, the UltraFine Ergo is designed to be just that – ergonomic.

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Apple continues to be rumored to have a Tile-like tracking tag in the works but the original Tile has now said that it has new products to share. The timing couldn’t be better.

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