Category: Hardware Review

Review: Samsung Galaxy S10e The Practical Choice In A Good Way

Review: Samsung Galaxy S10e S10e page at Samsung The phone market offers a confusing mix phones between the leading manufacturers– the confusions extends to the the portfolio of single phone makers. Samsung offers a wide variety of devices from high-end Galaxy Note 10 Plus to the Galaxy Fold, to mid-tier phones like the Galaxy S10e,.

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Review:  Disney’s Striped Mickey Mouse Hard Sided Luggage Set (3-Piece)

Striped Mickey Mouse Hard Sided Luggage…Anyone who has ever visited Disneyland or Walt Disney World knows Disney-oriented everything pervades clothing, glasses, rings, shoes, necklaces, hats, and luggage. I recently reviewed the FŪL Crosby under-seat roller which serves as a regular companion now on my shorter trips. When we were discussing reviews, they asked about my.

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Which features differentiate earbud design?

Which features differentiate earbud design? At CES 2020 wireless earbuds appeared at almost every audio booth of any size, from anywhere in the world. And many accessory makers prominently displayed their cases, chargers, and charms made for Apple’s AirPods. As we poured over the literature from multiple manufacturers we met with at CES, several characteristics.

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Review: SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive Go

Review: SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive Go SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive GoSanDisk/Western Digital$89.99 (256GB)/$59.99(128GB) Offers physical storage for those who haven’t embraced the cloud or still don’t trust it. I always travel with the SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive. It seems that many Serious Insights readers appreciate iXpand Flash Drive as it sits as the most viewed.

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Review: Cleer Flow II Update Keeps The Headphone’s Design Relevant

Cleer Flow II headphones are available in black or silver from Cleer.$279 With the Cleer Flow II headphones, Cleer brought already good headphones into the next decade. Subtle changes often get derided, but a good headphone with aging features also quickly falls off the map for consideration. Cleer decided to keep the Flow line relevant.

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The Best of CES 2020

The Best of CES 2020 CES 2020, and its rally of 100,783 industry attendees, 68,064 exhibitor personnel, 6,365 members of the media all jostling around the 2.9 million square feet where 4,400 exhibitors showed off their best ideas— ended on January 10. And now it’s time to look back on what mattered in all of.

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Review: W&H BeHear® NOW

Review: W&H BeHear® NOW Review: W&H BeHear® NOW…If you put on the Wear and Hear BeHear® NOW headphones on without doing anything, they channel sound like every other pair of headphones. Anyone who puts the on BeHear® NOW headphones like any other headphones will be missing the point. Pros Cons Overview Unlike other headphones on.

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Review: Kemove Keyboard Kickstarter Prototype

A Kickstarter in China called Kemove reached out to offer a review of their new keyboard. As a person who types ninety percent of my day (just ask Grammarly), I said, “sure.” What intrigued me about this keyboard was its small size and that it leveraged mechanical keys, which are beloved by those who type.

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QuickTake Review: UAG Watch Straps

QuickTake Review: UAG Watch Straps UAG, known more for its innovative and cool phone and tablet cases extends its line into watch bands, which they call straps. UAG Active Watch Strap If you are tired of leather and clasps, holes and buckles, consider the $59.95 UAG Active Watch Strap made of high strength nylon weave.

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Review: Rocketbook Beacons a Must Have for Every Facilitator

Review: Rocketbook Beacons If you live on a whiteboard, the new $15 Rocketbook Beacons are a must-have. After Rocketbook sent me a set, it took me a while to test them. I no longer work in a world of whiteboards. I work from home and do most of my sketching on an iPad Pro with.

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