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Amazon Fire HD 8 (2017) review

The 2017 Amazon Fire HD 8 experience is perhaps the best tablet you’ll find in the sub-$100 price range. At only $80, it’s less...
Fiio X7 Mark II DAP

Fiio X7 Mark II Android HiFi Audio Player Review

Last year, we reviewed a nice surprise from Fiio - its entry into the high-end digital audio player market (DAP). The Chinese company has historically...

VIZIO M50-E1 SmartCast display (2017) review

Google Chromecast is fast becoming and industry standard in a number of televisions and monitors, something we can certainly rally behind. The Vizio M50-E1 not only offers that internally, but it also plays nice with Google Home and Google Assistant, too. Sound is average but picture quality is incredible, especially at this price.

Kmashi’s Victor K7 20,000mAh battery pack is offers a week’s worth of charge in...

Build I think perhaps the best word to describe Kmashi's Victor K7 20,000mAh external battery pack is solid. At just under a pound (14oz.), with an...

Optoma’s NuForce BE Free 8 offers a solid truly wireless experience with a really...

Build Build is a funny thing. It's usually a combination of a few things for me: durability, aesthetic, and feel. Optoma's NuForce BE Free 8...

Mondo+ review

It's a speaker, an internet radio, alarm clock, FM radio, and much more. If you're looking for a connected device, you wan't to start here. Thanks to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Chromecast, and other options, the $200 unit is a well-rounded product.

Nokia Body Scale review

With nine months of the year already in the book, it won't be too long before we're making plans for New Years Eve. Moreover, it's...
Kodak PD-450 Box

Kodak Photo Printer Dock PD-450 (Review)

If you think 'photos' or 'film', you'll most likely think Kodak. An original pioneer in the photography marketplace and imaging industry, Kodak has a...

MGCool Explorer Pro review

A decent device to get started into the world of action cameras, but it is not without faults. But, for less than $50 it's hard to beat.

Is the $449 Monster Superstar Ravebox Bluetooth speaker the ultimate party speaker? (Review)

If you're looking for a little bit more premium of a device than the standard $20 Bluetooth speaker on Amazon, you might want to...

Momentum 720p Wi-Fi Camera review

As we head into the end of 2017, it's easier than ever to throw together a connected home setup. Whether you're looking to swap out...

Review: Iris by Lowe’s home automation and security pack

In the ever-crowded world of smart home and home security systems, Lowe's is trying to carve out its niche. The retailing giant has been...

WiZ Light bulbs are a new player in the smart lights arena (Review)

WiZ is a new company in the smart lighting market, and they bring a compelling collection of lights to the US market. Featuring a...

Add AC ports to your car with Bestek’s AC/DC power inverters (Sponsored)

The whole AC/DC conundrum is one of the longstanding frustrations of my life. "Mom, my Game Gear (yes, I'm old) is running out of...

Expand your car’s power ports with Bestek’s 7-port car charger!

In addition to making a damned fine Power Tower, Bestek also has a line of products dedicated to expanding the number of power ports...

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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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