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    Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review – Smarter Than Your Average Phone?

    In the world of Android smartphones, Huawei is pretty interesting. They used to make mainly budget smartphones, but over the past few years they’ve created some very powerful premium devices. They’ve come to excel in battery life in particular — despite being high-end, very fast phones, devices in their Mate line regularly last a whole day, […]

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    Logitech Slim Combo Keyboard Case Review (iPad Pro)

    Logitech is the leader when it comes to quality iPad keyboards, and the new Slim Combo Keyboard Case for the iPad Pro is no exception — especially if you’ll be using your iPad Pro as a laptop replacement. Logitech – $130 – $150 (in blue or black) The Good: Comfortable and responsive keyboard, backlighting, no Bluetooth […]

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    Lenovo Legion Y920 Review – A Big, Bulky Gaming Laptop Powerhouse

    The Good: Terrific performance, beautiful display, overclockable GPU and CPU, doesn’t get too hot The Bad: Really short battery life, so-so audio, this particular mechanical keyboard feels strange, dated design, Wi-Fi connectivity issues Who it’s for: Pro gamers, aspiring pro gamers, VR enthusiasts, streamers The Short: The Lenovo Legion Y920 is a red-hot 1080p gaming laptop, even if it’s weighed […]

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    JBL Everest Elite 750NC Over-Ear Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones

    JBL just released what might be the most portable and most comfortable noise cancelling over-ear wireless headphones. The Everest Elite 750NC’s are part of JBLs premium headphone lineup. Outside of the high fidelity “pro audio” sound, these Elites are loaded up with features. They feature a 15-20 hour battery for wireless streaming, a fully collapsible […]

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    LuMee Duo iPhone Case Review (iPhone 6/6S/7)

    Whether or not you need it, the new LuMee Duo iPhone case is pretty neat. It adds light strips to both the front and back of your iPhone. The extra light can be used for reading, video chatting, and a bunch more, but from the marketing, we can tell it’s only got one real use […]

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    Kwikset Kevo Convert Bluetooth Smart Lock Review

    The Kwikset Kevo Convert Bluetooth Smart Lock is a renter-friendly option for connected control over your low-tech door’s deadbolt. It doesn’t require permanent installation, making it easy to take off once it’s time to move elsewhere — no hassle from the landlord! Meanwhile, the Kevo app offers a handy log of the coming and goings […]

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    iHealth Clear Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor Review

    The iHealth Clear Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor is a new smart medical gadget that can read results aloud while storing stats in a companion app for easy tracking. If you are looking for an easy-to-use blood pressure monitor and tracker for an ailing loved one, this is your product. Here’s why! Setup The first thing […]

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    ZTE Blade Z Max Review

    We love our high-end, premium phones, but we’d be lying if we said we didn’t love a good deal, too. Last year, the ZTE Z Max Pro was just that — a giant 6″ phone with a 1080p display and extra features like a fingerprint reader. But, a lot changes in a year! In 2017, 1080p […]

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    Monster Clarity Around the Ear Bluetooth Wireless Headphones Review

    Voice assistants are all the rage these days, right? Monster recently announced a partnership with Speak Music to activate their voice-activated personal music assistant app on Monster’s lineup of headphones, including the new Monster Clarity Around the Ear Bluetooth Wireless Headphones. From music app accessibility to true hands-free living, Monster is looking to cut wires […]

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    Moto Z2 Force Review

    We had a lot of fun with the Moto Z last year, if for no other reason than it tried something radically different. Motorola was seemingly able to get modularity right, creating an ultra-thin phone that could be paired with a number of magnetic back cases called Moto Mods to add the likes of external […]

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    TCL C Series 65” 4K UHD Roku Smart TV Review

    TCL isn’t just about tech in 2017. Their new line of televisions include the C Series sets, which combine the company’s flagship tech with elegant, contemporary design. The TCL C Series TVs are the thinnest TCL has to offer, and while the company has made some sacrifices to get the sets that thin, that premium design combined […]

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    ZVOX SB380 Soundbar Review

    I love my flat panel TV, and chances are that you love yours too. But, I certainly don’t love its speaker system — especially when it comes to dialogue. I find myself constantly raising the volume during dialogue heavy scenes, only to get rattled by a commercial or a loud background sound effect. Sometimes I’m forced to […]

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    HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse Review

    The HyperX Pulsefire FPS gaming mouse is HyperX’s latest addition to their deep collection of PC gaming peripherals. This is HyperX’s first mouse, and like their headsets, this one impresses right out of the gate. They’ve been putting out quality gaming peripherals at reasonable prices, and this mouse is no different. Upon opening the box, […]

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    Plantronics Voyager 3200 UC Review

    Stuck between headphones with boom mics and simple in-ear headphones with in-line mics, the humble Bluetooth earpiece has seen its boom times come and go. That’s not to say that it’s curtains for the old mono Bluetooth headset — they remain a strong choice for mobile workers who need to be ready to take a call […]

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    Samsung Connect Home Review

    You don’t typically think of Wi-Fi routers when you think of Samsung’s product catalog, but considering all of the connected devices Samsung has created for the home, it certainly makes sense. The Samsung Connect Home is more than just a router, though — it’s a smart Wi-Fi system, Wi-Fi router, and SmartThings hub all in […]