Sure, some tech can be crazy expensive. But for the most part, you really don’t need to spend a lot to get a lot. In fact, for just $75 (or a little less), you can get your hands on all kinds of fun and/or useful gadgets.
At that price point, there’s plenty of terrific tech that can make your house smarter, keep you entertained, and upgrade your life. We certainly did—come take a gander at all of our favorite tech picks under $75.
Small mousepads are boring. We’re all about large mousepads now, like this one from Razer.
Of course The Rock teamed up with JBL and Under Armour to create a pair of gym-worthy Training Headphones.
OMG! YouTube Music finally makes its way to Wear OS. It probably won’t make it to your particular smartwatch, though.
… and more!
Never miss a newsletter! Add our email address to your contacts. Learn more...
If you have around $75 to spend, you can get your hands on some pretty great tech. While you can buy some pretty nice practical items at this price point, there’s also some entertaining stuff that can make your day a lot more enjoyable. Read More »
Razer is taking another crack at mousepads with the Strider, producing its most subdued mousepad to date. There’s no RGB like the Firefly V2 or even a green trim like on Gigantus V2. But behind the subtle style lies high-quality construction, with accuracy and smoothness at the forefront. Read More »
In order to “help people be the best version of themselves,” Peloton is permanently reducing the price of its Bike from $1,895 to $1,495. For those who are interested in a Pelton Bike, the reduced pricing is a killer deal, though it comes at a time when investors are growing wary of the company. Read More »
Your $200 webcam isn’t that much better than a smartphone camera. So why even use the webcam in the first place? That’s the idea behind Camo, an app that turns your smartphone into a PC or Mac webcam with tons of tweakable settings. Previously an iOS exclusive, Camo is now available for Android devices through an open beta. Read More »
Western Digital’s Blue SN550 is one of the best, most price-effective NVME SSDs on the market, but a quiet change in manufacturing could ruin its reputation. As reported by the Chinese outlet Expreview, newer versions of the Blue SN550 run on inferior NAND flash, leading to a near 50% decrease in speed. Read More »
With a soft neoprene tote bag, you can easily transport picnic snacks, lunch, drinks, and other goodies wherever you go and they’ll still be nice and cold when you get there. This tote bag comes in 15 different color options, measures 12.75 x 11.75 x 6.75 inches, and can fold up once it’s empty to take up less space. It’s made of stretchy neoprene that’s durable, reusable, expandable, and easy to clean—just throw it in your washing machine. It has a secure zipper closure, too, so you won’t have to worry about your food falling out.
Google has spent the last year trying to improve its smart assistant Routines, the single-command shortcuts that trigger multiple changes across your home. Earlier this year, the company announced one-tap My Actions buttons that let you start Routines from the Google Home app. And now, Google is quietly rolling out a Delay Start feature that lets you adjust when specific actions within your Routines start. Read More »
If you’re looking for deals on an excellent Chromebook with plenty to offer, look no further than Acer’s new Chromebook Spin 713. It’s a capable 2-in-1 with a solid design, lots of features, and plenty of performance. Read More »
Under Armour and JBL have teamed up again to release the latest item in the Project Rock collection, a pair of wireless over-ear Training Headphones designed and approved by Dwayne Johnson himself. The Rock’s new headphones feature ANC, breathable earcups, and a sweat-friendly design with washable parts. Read More »
After nearly six years since being released, Google has finally made a YouTube Music Wear OS app for smartwatches. Unfortunately, however, it’s not quite as functional as expected, and for now, it only works on a very small number of watches. Read More »
YouTube’s dark mode provides an easier-on-the-eyes viewing experience. It’s particularly nice when watching videos in the dark or at night. YouTube’s dark theme is available on the YouTube website and in YouTube’s mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android. Read More »
People are paying a lot more attention to sanitizing and cleaning these days, but there are still lots of things it is easy to overlook. When you get home after an errand or at the end of the day, here are some must-sanitize items. Read More »