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    LeEco Le Pro3 Review

    After announcing that they planned to acquire Vizio in July, Chinese tech giant LeEco launched their brand in the United States in September, with one of the highlights being the Le Pro3. In the same vein as fellow Chinese companies OnePlus (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Oppo) and ZTE, LeEco is launching a high-end smartphone at an aggressively […]

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    ZTE Axon 7 Mini Review

    ZTE knocked it out of the park with the Axon 7, so introducing a smaller version of the Axon 7 was the logical next step. However, not everything is the same under the hood with the Axon 7 Mini. Everything from the processor to the display have all been downgraded. Fortunately, that means that the […]

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    Fossil Second Generation Hybrid Q Smartwatch Review

    With smartwatches not quite flying off shelves as expected, we’ve seen approaches to wearables diverge. Apple and Google have both gone down the mini-smartphone path with WatchOS and Android Wear, but more recently, we’ve seen a much more interesting concept — the hybrid smartwatch. Analog in both appearance and reality, hybrid smarwatches have hardware inside that […]

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    Loot Crate October 2016 Review and Coupon Code

    Just in time for Halloween, October’s Loot Crate had our spines tingling with a crate full of frightening icons representing a HORROR theme. They’re coming to get you… Exclusive The Walking Dead Negan Sluggers T-Shirt – This T-shirt features AMC’s The Walking Dead. Season 7 returns October 23 to our delight! Exclusive Leatherface Phunny Plush – We […]

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    Optoma NuForce BE Sport3 Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review

    Earlier this year, we checked out the Optoma NuForce BE6i wireless Bluetooth in-ear headphones and came away impressed with the build quality and the performance of Optoma’s 10 mm dynamic drivers. But, when we think of this kind of wireless in-ear headphones — ones with the buds connected to each other with a cable — we usually […]

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    V-Moda Forza In-Ear Headphones Review

    We’re not surprised that V-Moda has stayed away from fitness-focused in-ear headphones for so long. V-Moda tends to emphasize design, materials, and audio quality — things that usually need to be sacrificed to make a good pair of fitness in-ears. Housings need to be lightweight to stay securely and comfortably in ears while running, and usually […]

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    Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe Review

    The Asus ZenFone 3 Deluxe is a big phone, but not in a bad way. Asus’s latest flagship phone manages to pack a large 5.7″ display into a svelte .3″ aluminum unibody design with diamond cut edges that weighs just six ounces. When you hold it, it feels too light to be that big, and we […]

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    Lenovo Yoga Book (Windows 10) Review

    It’s rare that we get surprised by a hardware release these days, but Lenovo managed at IFA this year when they introduced the Yoga Book. The Yoga Book looks like a 2-in-1 laptop/tablet convertible, using the same 360-degree watchband hinge found on the Yoga Pro series, but there’s one thing missing — a keyboard. Instead, the […]

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    SteelSeries Arctis 5 Review

    The SteelSeries Arctis line of gaming headsets is the latest release in a string of gaming peripherals that have moved away from loud, ugly design and toward something more sleek and modern. When the line launched, we noticed that it also had some gaming-specific features that made the headsets look like better buys than competing […]

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    Beats Solo3 Wireless Review

    Beats are back. It had been a while since we’d seen new products from Beats! Fortunately, there are a whole bunch of wireless headphones coming our way that were announced during the iPhone 7 launch. Now that Beats has been fully integrated into Apple, all of these newly announced headphones have Apple’s new W1 chip, […]

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    Gears of War 4 Multiplayer Review

    Earlier this month, we took a look at the campaign of Gears of War 4 and found a faithful and enjoyable return to the third-person cover-based shooter series — lots of chainsaws, lots of exploding enemies of subterranean origin, and lots of hiding behind concrete blocks. Like with any game today, it’s tough to review multiplayer before those […]

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    Optimize Your Health With Phillips Health Watch, Body Analysis Scale, and Bluetooth Ear Thermometer

    Philips HealthSuite is not about fitness tracking. It is a health tracking ecosystem for everyone, whether they’re an exercise enthusiast or not. After all, the more informed we are about what’s happening in our bodies, the better we will be able to make informed health choices. With all the fuss in the news about fitness […]

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    JBL Reflect Aware Noise Cancelling Lightning Headphones Review

    Is it time to start buying lightning headphones? If you have an iPhone 7 or will, then maybe! JBL just released their Reflect Aware in-ear headphones with built-in lightning connector. There’s no regular headphone plug, but the lightning plug allows these headphones to do some incredible things. Most notably, these sleek in-ear headphones feature noise […]

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    Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Headphones Review

    It was way back in 2013 that we reviewed Bowers & Wilkins P7 headphones. The headphones exuded luxury and they sounded great. Here in 2016, Bowers & Wilkins has finally taken the plunge into wireless with the P7 — the company ended its long abstinence from wireless in 2014, and has slowly been rolling out […]

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    Under Armour Sport Wireless Heart Rate Headphones Review

    Harman is entering the heart rate headphones fray this year with the help of Under Armour. Created under Harman’s JBL brand, the Under Armour Sport Wireless Heart Rate headphones are the duo’s next generation of in-ear wireless headphones, coming after their first set of wireless in-ear headphones, which lacked heart rate monitoring. The new model is built […]

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    Even In-Ear Headphones Review

    It’s pretty rare that we get an audio company that does something truly different, but here we are. Using over $1 million in funding, MeQ set about making headphones that could tailor themselves to individual ears. They created the Even in-ear headphones, which promise to adjust sound to each person’s individual hearing. MeQ compares what […]

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    Pixel XL Review: Android’s Yardstick

    It’s the end of an era. After seven generations, the Nexus brand is no more. This year, Google gives us Pixel and Pixel XL, the first phones developed by the company in-house, and sold without any kind of co-branding. With prices ranging between $649 and $869, these are expensive devices, and the company is betting […]

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    Fossil Q Marshal Smartwatch Review

    Fossil was one of the first mainstream watchmakers to embrace wearables with their Q line of smartwatches. The Q Marshal is one of their second generation smartwatches. This time around their Android Wear smartwatch has a lower profile and smaller 45 mm face, making it significantly slimmer then its predecessor the Founder. But, it’s not just a […]