Category: Hardware Review

ESR iPad Pro Case Review: Two Cases That Argue for Third-party Variety Over A Single Expensive Apple Branded Case

ESR iPad Pro Case Review While the number of cases made for iPhones and iPads has certainly shrunk since the introduction of the devices, and wild design variations have mostly retreated from the market in favor of designs that favor function over flair, there remains a wide variety of case makers with utilitarian products that.

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Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 Review: e-ink Meets LED in Dual Displays That Duel for Attention

Sometimes a company creates a computer design that challenges convention. Lenovo does this often. A recent leak, for instance, showed a ThinkBook with a tablet installed alongside the keyboard. Sometimes designs ship, sometimes they do not. At CES in 2019, I saw a notebook computer in the Lenovo lounge with a built-in e-ink display on.

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Lenovo Legion 5i Pro 16 Gaming Laptop Review: A Powerful, Quirky, Hefty Beast That’s Not An Outstanding Candidate for Business Crossover

Lenovo Legion 5i Pro 16 Review There is no reason a game computer should not also be a legitimate business computer. The CPU power and a matching GPU make an ideal combination for graphics or video editing. Unfortunately, computer manufacturers haven’t yet mastered the crossover. The ThinkBook 16p Gen 2 AMD (16”) has some characteristics of.

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iPad Pro 2021 Review: 7 Features Apple Needs to Adopt for a More Perfect iPad

Cover image by Daniel W. Rasmus. An iPad Pro 2021 as reviewed below, with an original 16GB iPad. Both weigh 1.5 pounds. Both sit on the first Twelve South BookBook case for iPad. Apple’s iPad Pro sits firmly atop the tablet market spawned by the original iPad. At this point, the iPad Pro surpasses the.

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Fametek’s Doctor Who Power Bank Review: 2 Powerful Batteries Built to Gift Your Devices More Time

2 Doctor Who Power Banks to Keep Devices Regenerating Doctor Who just keeps regenerating, edging on the near-immortal. Your phone or other battery-operated devices can also regenerate when their lifeforce runs low. These Doctor Who Battery Packs from Fametek give devices the jolt they need when they fade. What we like Both batteries, like their.

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Mophie Snap+ Powerstation Stand Review: 1 Battery to Energize All-day Recording or Conferencing

Mophie Snap+ Powerstation Stand Review Zagg’s mophie team continues to innovate around its snap+ ecosystem. The Mophie Snap+ Powerstation Stand is their most compelling product yet, moving away from replacements for other batteries to a unique value proposition. What we like This external battery snaps onto MagSafe iPhones and devices fitted with a mophie snap.

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Fametek Bad Wolf Tardis Bluetooth Speaker Review: Personal Audio and A Lot of Fun [Discount Code]

Bad Wolf Tardis Bluetooth Speaker Fametek, the consumer products division of audio maker Massive Audio produces Star Trek and Doctor Who branded speakers, batteries, and Qi chargers. Their Bad Wolf Tardis Bluetooth Speaker offers a decent personal speaker with lighting and sound effects that will warm the time distorted cockles of any Doctor Who fan. What we like.

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OWC Thunderbolt Hub Review: The Answer to Thunderbolt 4 Connectivity on Macs, PCs, and Tablets

OWC Thunderbolt Hub: get your workflow on If you are worried about a port-challenged computer not supporting your workflow, look to OWC’s Thunderbolt Hub to expand your peripheral capability. This high-powered hub not only connects up to 5 devices directly, but it can also daisy chain other hubs to offer a wealth of ports in.

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Satechi Aluminum Stand and Hub Review: The Perfect Desktop and Mobile iPad Pro Companion

The Satechi Aluminum Stand & Hub transforms the iPad Pro into a first-class mobile device, complete with all the inputs and outputs of a standard laptop. The hinged dock angles the iPad perfectly for viewing or content creation. My Mac Mini sits atop an equally well-considered Satechi hub. Satechi has the Apple’s aesthetic down for peripherals, arguably better.

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ThinkBook 16p Gen 2 AMD (16”) Review: A Desktop Replacement Mobile Enough to Put Your Desktop Anywhere

For those like me who prefer our business computers diminutive, light, and ready to travel at a moment’s notice, the Lenovo ThinkBook 16p Gen 2 AMD appears as a weight that would serve only to slow us down rather than enhance our productivity.  This device requires a new perspective. Rather than thinking about it as a.

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