Posts Tagged ‘Reviews’

Nobody – nobody – ever seems to have enough connectivity for their computer. For those people – everyone, as we just ascertained – something like a USB-C hub can be a great way to turn a single port into almost anything.

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Here’s our video review of the recently released Apple Smart Battery Case for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has its fair share of problems and then some, though the game somewhat makes up for its deficiencies with a memorable final act, one that leverages iconic elements from the Star Wars DNA and adopts a pace more suited to an action-adventure title.

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Here’s our review of Baseus Encok S17 budget wireless earphones. The wireless earphones market has matured at a good pace over the past couple years, with countless budget options available for those looking to dip their toes into the space. If you too are in the market for a pair of wireless earphones that won’t break the bank, the $26 Baseus Encok S17 may be a good place to start.

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Here’s our 360 robot vacuum cleaner review. Robotic vacuums aren’t a new concept at this point, and they have been around for a number of years. What has changed recently is the fact that we can now pick up a relatively inexpensive robotic vacuum, and it’ll be pretty good. The 360 Robot Vacuum is a prime example of that, although nobody would argue that it’s cheap.

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Here’s our Reecho EchoWeek review. We’ve been testing out the upcoming Reecho EchoWeek truly wireless, water-resistant earbuds for a little over a week. Here’s what we think about them.

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I took EACHINE’s E58 and E010 budget quadcopter drones for a spin and while I couldn’t get a handle on the latter, I’d recommend the E58 to anyone, especially drone novices.

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The Tineco name probably isn’t one you’re familiar with, but it’s one you should absolutely be considering when thinking of picking up a new stick-style vacuum. Here’s our review.

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Here’s our full video review of Apple’s official iPhone X Leather, Silicone, and Leather Folio cases for the new flagship smartphone.

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iOS 10 review: Apple’s release of iOS 10 is one that is neither a maintenance release nor one with huge changes that will get even the most jaded of iPhone owners excited. It sits somewhere between those two extremes, adding security updates, bug fixes and tweaks whilst also making room for some pretty radical changes to the way we will use our iPhones and iPads post-iOS 10. In an age where Apple receives – justifiably, in our opinion – plenty of flak for shipping sub-par software, iOS 10 looks and feels like a release that has taken some of that on board, but it’s far from perfect.

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Google means business with Android these days. That’s not to say it didn’t before, but since the company’s Google I/O conference recently it has become clear that the people at Google are beginning to understand what it takes to make a premium smartphone. It’s not apps, and it’s not handsets. It’s the feel of the operating system.

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Google Nexus 7 Review

By | July 28th, 2012

The tablet market is one which is arguably already sewn up. It’s already done. Dead. Finished. It’s already Apple’s. Or is it? With Apple undoubtedly heading the charts in and around the $500 price bracket, there is plenty of room for manufacturers to play below that mark. As the netbook market showed years ago, if you can make something cheap, people will buy it, regardless of whether it’s any good or not.

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