Category: Hardware Review

Zagg Pro Keys for iPad Pro 12.9 Review: Zagg Amps Up the Case for Apple Keyboard Alternatives

The Zagg Pro Keys line was designed for professionals and students who want to transform iPads into a more complete creation, collaboration, and engagement experience. Zagg’s reasonably priced keyboards offer a solid alternative to Apple’s keyboards while adding features like complete protection and multi-device connectivity. What we like The removable portion of the case is.

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Mophie Powerstation Go Rugged Review: 4 Batteries That Empower Exuberant Charging Experiences for Those Really on the Go

With the Mophie Powerstation Go Rugged line, the PC-accessory brand delivered an impressive line of batteries with unique and Innovative features—too bad they didn’t take the final step to seek environmental and drop test certs. Note: Because the Powerstation Go Rugged is a product line and not a single product, the Amazon button in the.

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GoDonut Universal Stand QuickTake Review: A Light, Nearly Indestructible Stand with 2 Viewing Angles

GoDonut Universal Stand Quick Take Review A solid basic stand for smartphones and some tablets. A variety of colors let it fit into your color scheme. Not stable for larger tablets like iPad Pro 12.9. The solid material feels nearly indestructible, but light. Very portable, and easy to put into a bag or backpack. Two.

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HP Spectre x360 14 Review: An Elegant, Powerful but Pricey Notebook

The HP Spectre X360 14. Among the myriad models of computers designed and shipped by HP, a few outstanding models offer some of the best performance, designs, and battery life on the market.The HP Spectre X360 14 shows HP at the top of their game. Unlike Apple, which sells only memory and storage configurations, HP.

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ViewSonic TD1655 Monitor Review: 15.6 Inches of Pure HD Portability

Back in the day, many days ago, ViewSonic monitors, with their colorful birds perched in their logo, were my go-to for color. Those monitors were giant hulking monitors that required breaking a sweat when they needed to be moved. At 2.1 lbs and measuring in at 8.8 by 14 by 0.6 inches, the ViewSonic T1655.

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JBL Live 300TWS Earbuds Review: Utility True Wireless Earbuds That Aspire to More

The $149.95 JBL Live 300TWS earbuds deliver good sound in a package that is just a bit bigger than the competition. They come loaded with ambient and talk-thru features, along with good battery life that will serve many use cases (except plane or bus travel), but without standing out in any one of them. What.

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Satechi Stand and Hub for Mac Mini Review: The One Peripheral All Mac Mini Owners Should Own

The Satechi Stand and Hub for Mac Mini comes with a rare recommendation. For most peripherals, a plethora of choices turn into reviews with tradeoffs and comparisons. In this case, we can say that this unique hub is the one peripheral all Mac Mini owners should own. There are no trade-offs among competing products. This.

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Kyocera DuraForce Ultra 5G Review: A Good Phone Housed in a Nearly Indestructible Package

Most people buy a case after acquiring a new phone. Those who buy a Kyocera DuraForce Ultra 5G need not make that stop. The DuraForce’s out-of-the-box experience includes not just survival underwater but enhanced functionality. Drop DuraForce 5 feet onto concrete and just pick it up and keep going. The Kyocera DuraForce was designed for.

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Kingston Nucleum USB-C Hub Review: 7 Ports That Elegantly Transform Port-Starved Devices

What we like Kingston’s beautifully designed Nucleum™ USB-C hub turns a single USB-C port into a workhorse with the following ports: The Kingston Nucleum appears designed primarily as a mobile hub for situations where the computer sits on a desk. It’s 7 ports bring enough features to fit most situations. The 2-year warranty from a.

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CameraReady Deluxe LiteBar Kit review: Great 3-Source Videoconferencing Lighting, A lot of Wires

CameraReady Deluxe LiteBar Kit: 2020 taught us to compromise and to look beyond expectations. It also taught us that we need good lighting for video conferencing. These two concepts come together in the CameraReady Lighting kit that arrived post-CES. These cinema-inspired light bars offer a comprehensive lighting solution for video conferencing and other activities like.

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