If you’re shopping for computer peripherals, an external solid-state drive (SSD) probably isn’t at the top of your shopping list. While your PC or laptop will function without one, the benefits really outweigh the price, and a good external SSD should be a priority for everyone.
This week we learned that Tesla recently applied for an expansion of its trademark into the audio segment. The company added a trademark to sell audio equipment like speakers or headphones under its brand, suggesting your next Tesla purchase could go on your head.
It’s time to start charging your smartphone and laptop at top speed. Anker is running a one-day 40% discount on some of its most popular charging accessories, including high-quality USB-C cables, iPhone cables, portable battery packs, and a 30-watt GaN charger.
If you haven’t updated your mouse in a few years, Logitech’s latest affordable option—the Signature M650—is one that’s worth your consideration. Not only does it have a good variety of colors and features, it’s also half the price of Logitech’s MX-series mouse at just $40.
One of the most underrated desk accessories is a good lamp. When it’s dark outside, or you don’t want to keep your whole room lit, or you need to look at something super closely, a lamp for your desk is essential.
Late last year, the popular new auto manufacturer Rivan finally released its R1T electric truck, but now it looks like they’re ready to jump into different market segments. In fact, Rivian could be getting ready to make electric bikes according to its latest trademark filings.
Now that man has been to space, it’s (apparently) time to send up our voice assistants. And the first to take that giant step? Amazon’s Alexa will be a part of Artemis I, a series of upcoming 2022 NASA missions that will land the first person of color and the first woman on the moon.
One of the most convenient features of Google’s Home and Nest smart speakers is about to disappear thanks to a patent dispute with Sonos. Controlling the volume on a group of smart speakers will be going away, and owners will have to manually adjust the volume for each speaker, one at a time.
The popular accessory manufacturer Satechi announced a slew of new products this week. From its fancy new MacBook dongles to a new 2-in-1 headphone stand with built-in wireless charging perfect for all your accessories. Plus, the company debuted a powerful new 165w GaN charging dock.
For many MacBook users, dongles are simply part of life. Getting back old ports and accessory options Apple’s since left behind. If you’re looking for one dongle that does a little of everything, Satechi has you covered. This week, Satechi announced the Pro Hub Max and a powerful USB4 Multiport Adapter with future-proof features like 8K HDMI.