Happy Monday! Welcome to the first early bird edition of the Review Geek newsletter! There are several newsletters that I read daily, and I always do so with breakfast. I figured most other people find themselves in a similar situation, so it just made sense to restructure the way we release our newsletter. This way, we’ll also be able to get even more content to you every day.
Today, we’re kicking things off with our review of the OnePlus 9 Pro. This is a great phone—the best OnePlus has ever released—with some truly cool features. While there’s a lot to love about it, it’s still a hard sell over competing products like the Galaxy S21 Ultra or iPhone 12 Pro Max. Or even OnePlus’ slightly older but far more affordable phones like the 8T or 8 Pro. Hit today’s top story for the full skinny.
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Last year’s OnePlus 8 Pro was a departure for the company. It marked a more expensive, more premium phone than previous OP (OnePlus) models. The 9 Pro is an expansion of this philosophy, packing better cameras and more high-end features than ever before. To put it simply: this is the best phone OnePlus has ever built. Read More »
It’s spring, which means it’s time to shake off winter and start chipping away at your spring cleaning to-do list. There’s a lot to do and it can feel overwhelming, but with the help of these clever apps, you have a clean and organized house, and even an adorable backyard garden, in no time! Read More »
Visitors at Disney’s California Adventure will have the chance to walk with Marvel superheros when the Avengers Campus opens June 4th. The “campus” features rides, restaurants, popular locations from the iconic Marvel movies, and a virtual experience that lets you sling webs like Spider-Man. Read More »
If you’ve ever wondered what’s on the exact opposite side of the world from you, you’re in good company. And now, with Google’s latest AR toy—dubbed Floom—you can finally see for yourself without having to purchase a spendy plane ticket. Read More »
MLB.TV subscribers now have access to MLB Big Inning, a weeknight show featuring live look-ins, commentary, and highlights from all 30 teams. MLB Big Inning is baseball’s answer to NFL RedZone, and could help busy fans keep up with America’s greatest pastime. Read More »
The weather’s a little warmer now, which makes it the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the world around you. And with a quality monocular telescope at your side, you can take part in bird watching, stargazing, and other scenic views. This 12 x 50 monocular gives you a large field of view at 370 yards. Its large BAD-4 prism and fully multi-coated lens offers ultra sharp images in a dustproof and waterproof design. Plus, with its small size, the monocular is a perfect travel accessory.
The best part about owning a Transformers toy is … well, transforming them. But it’s also the worst part because it’s never a fun process. Hasbro’s latest toy will solve that problem for a lot of money. For “just” $700, you can get an Optimus Prime that transforms itself and takes voice commands. Read More »
If you’ve never encountered a recordable CD before, you can be forgiven for not knowing what the term “burn a CD” means. Does it involve fire? Is anything actually burned in the process? We explain how the process works, why it’s called “burning,” and why it was all the rage in the late 1990s. Read More »
Netflix has been busy — like, really busy. This week, the streaming platform is dropping a plethora of new original content (alongside some non-Netflix stuff because hey, you got to keep it fresh). From the return of hit reality show The Circle to a true-crime documentary on a mother tracking down her daughter’s killer, the platform is bringing variety. Read More »