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TicWatch-E Review: the best value in WearOS smartwatches

Why do we consider MobVoi's TicWatch E the best bang for your buck when it comes to WearOS smartwatches? Hit the jump and read for yourself!

HUAWEI Watch 2 Classic Review

Even a year after its release, the HUAWEI Watch 2 Classic is the best Wear OS option out there. Click here to see what we loved and what we hated.

TreVolo S review: Strangest but most popular speaker in the house

If you picture "Bluetooth speaker" in your brain, you are almost certain to conjure up a very plain black or very very dark gray...
Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro Headphones

Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro Over-Ear Headphones Review

The affordable Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro have stood their ground despite the onslaught of newer, more feature-packed headphones. There's a reason why they're still selling and have tons of positive reviews, so we're taking a modern look.
Udoq Charging Dock

Udoq Charging Dock System Review – The best engineered base for mobile devices

The Udoq is unlike any other mobile device charging station we've seen. It's premium, clean, and surprisingly flexible. The German startup went all out with this one. But is it worth the relatively steep cost?

XGIMI CC Aurora review: Android smart projector that falls short in important places

The XGIMI CC Aurora is a smart projector that shows the future but still lives in the present and past. The lack of accessories and the absence of Google Play integration are real obstacles to the CC Aurora's success in the smart projector market.

NeoPen M1/N2 review – expensive and niche, but effective

Hand-written notes are a chore. If you find yourself transcribing your notes for hours and hours, chances are you could make use of a digital transcription pen - but does NeoLAB's NeoPen perform well enough for the cost of entry? Read on.

Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus review

Does a tablet really matter in 2018? We say yes, it does. As to how much they're worth to you depends on your needs. Take a look at our review of the wallet-friendly and LTE-ready Lenovo Tab 4 8 Plus.

QardioArm wireless blood pressure cuff – utilitarian and effective

Heart health is an important part of anyone's life. Qardio's wireless blood pressure monitor, the QardioArm, seeks to make tracking your heart's performance as easy as possible. How does it do?

Gourmia GTA2800 WiFi Air Fryer review

A large kitchen appliance by most standards, the Gourmia GTA2800 comes with a host of accessories and features. As a connected device it also pairs with an Android or iOS app.

FrontRow Camera review: A nice toy, but no game-changer

The FrontRow camera is intended to provide a standalone, hands-free camera to wear at events. Does it perform well enough to justify the $399 price tag? Check out our complete review here.

Felix Gray glasses reduce eye strain from all of those damned screens you stare...

How much of your day is spent looking at a display of some sort? We're talking not only computers, but tablets, smartphones, and televisions,...

AmpliFi’s new Teleport aims to warp you back home (review)

Home networking has come a long way in recent history with the addition of things like mesh networks; Ubiquiti's AmpliFi has been right at...

Fitbit Ionic review

It’s becoming quite obvious as to why there are no major runaway hits for Android Wear. More specifically, it’s clear why there’s not one...

QardioBase 2 – a pricey but top-tier smart scale (Review)

I've owned perhaps half a dozen scales in my lifetime; analog, digital, smart, you name it. My current daily use scale is the HTC-made...

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Weekend Recommender: Anker, Adonit, Baseus, Novoo, and iDeaPlay

We're back with another round of tech from names you know like Anker and some you don't. Regardless, we think you're going to love everything on our list.

The HTC U12 Plus is now available in Flame Red

HTC's latest flagship effort is called the U12+. The phone builds upon its predecessor, the U11 and adds lots of improvements including dual-cameras on the front and back.

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