Category: Hardware Review

Review: JBL Clip 3 [Video]—A Very Personal Waterproof Speaker

Review: JBL Clip 3 $69.95 The JBL Clip 3 fills the space with sound, takes calls, clips onto almost anything, and sinks to the bottom of a pool without damage. What more can you ask for in a wet hot summer companion? As the summer heats up, even in quarantine, people will want to listen.

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Review: Solo RE:MOVE Duffle

Review: Solo RE:MOVE Duffle The Solo RE:MOVE hits a number of must-have check marks with functional features, light-weight design, a roller-bag strap—and each bag is made from 16 recycled PET bottles. UBN655-10 from Solo on Vimeo. What we like The Solo RE:MOVE Duffle bag won’t be mistaken for high-end designer luggage, but in many ways, the.

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Review: Satechi Compact Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard

Review: Satechi Compact Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard The $79.99 aluminum Satechi Compact Backlit Bluetooth Keyboard supports up to three device connections while providing a good typing experience for most day-to-day work. What we like I find most notebook computer keyboards cramped. Not unusable, but not as pleasurable to use, or as accurate, as larger keyboards. So I often.

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Review: Kingston IronKey D300S, A Flash Drive for Dystopian Techies

Review: Kingston IronKey D300S Review: Kingston IronKey D300S: At first glance, the Kingston IronKey is just another memory stick. At 77.9 mm x 22.2 mm x 12.05 mm it runs “standard size” versus the more diminutive drives like the Kingston DataTravler or the SanDisk Ultra Fit Drives. But put the drive in a USB port.

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Review: HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook PC. An Ideal Companion for the Current Apocalypse and Beyond.

HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook PC Review The HP Elite Dragonfly brings a unique combination of refined aesthetic, lightness, durability, and power to the mobile computing experience. HP Elite Dragonfly Notebook PC Pros and Cons HP Elite Dragonfly: Overview The HP Elite Dragonfly 13-inch premium convertible notebook seriously steps up expectations from a mobile computer. It rides the.

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Review: Solo Alpine Tablet Sling

Review: Solo Alpine Tablet Sling ($34.99) offers a reasonably priced tablet bag with enough room for all the accessories if not all the organizing features expected. The Solo Alpine Tablet Sling delivers a two-compartment bag with a front zippered pocket that accommodates the largest of tablets and all the accessories required to connect it, power.

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QuickTake Review: Satechi USB-C Mobile Pro Hub

The $59.99 Satechi USB-C Mobile Pro Hub turns the iPad Pro into a connected workhorse iPadOS 13 turns the iPad Pro into a powerful computer. iPadOS 13.4 empowers it with improved keyboard and mouse support. But software does nothing to turn the single USB-C port into anything more than a charging receptacle. The USB-C Mobile Pro.

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Review: New iHome Clocks iBTW39 and iW18 Complement Office Decor AND Wake You Up

Review: New iHome Clocks iBTW39 and iW18 Complement Office Decor AND Wake You Up iHome gets that working from home will drive new uses for existing technology. Nowhere is this more true than in the desktop clock market where that latest iHome Clocks iBTW39 and iW18 seamlessly complement work and sleep.  iHome recently sent two.

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QuickTake Review: ToughTested ROC 10000mAh Wireless Solar Power Bank — A Battery for All Seasons

ToughTested ROC 10,000mAh Wireless Solar Power Bank Overview Backup batteries come in all shapes and sizes. Most of them focus on delivering a bit a power when need to any device via an open USB-A port. Some bigger batteries support charging multiple devices with more than one port. Others include built-in cables for various devices,.

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Review: Pix Backpack—The Backpack That Communicates

Review: Pix—The Backpack That Communicates A backpack is a backpack is a backpack unless its a Pix Backpack. Don’t get me wrong, I love evaluating backpacks. Comparing pocket range and access, special features, the durability of the material and the fit of the straps. But the Pix back is something very different. In its inert.

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