I don’t know about you guys, but we’ve been busy fawning over all of the cool stuff companies are revealing at CES this week. We’ve seen all kinds of laptops, projectors, EVs, smart home tech, peripherals, wearables, and other cool gadgets that we thought we’d hand out some awards to those that stood out from the crowd.
While there were a few products we expected to see, there were even more that we didn’t (and that truly blew us away with their innovative designs). So that’s exactly what our top story today includes—15 of our favorite products and concepts from CES 2022! Come take a look and see which ones made the cut!
After going all-digital last year, CES 2022 opted for a mix of virtual and in-person events this time around. And after careful deliberation, our editorial team has eagerly awarded the following 15 products with Review Geek‘s Best of CES 2022 awards. Read More »
If you were bummed out by the OnePlus 10 Pro’s specs, you’re not alone. It’s a super powerful phone, of course, but the specs revealed on January 4th were missing that exciting, cutting-edge thing we always hope to see in a flagship device. Evidently, OnePlus was holding out on us, because the 10 Pro has some shockingly cool camera features. Read More »
We’re all about great audio and fun audio devices here at Review Geek, so it’s no surprise that Noveto’s clever speaker caught our attention. The Noveto N1 uses Smart Beaming technology to blast audio into your ears (and only your ears) without any headphones or earbuds. Read More »
The latest Nanoleaf firmware update brings Thread Border Router support to the Shapes and Elements smart lighting panels. Not only does this update instantly increase the speed of your Shapes and Elements lights, but it will improve the performance of all Thread-enabled devices in your home (assuming that you own Nanoleaf’s Shapes and Elements lights, of course). Read More »
You think your gaming monitor is pretty cool, don’t you? While I’m sure yours is a lot better than mine, it’s no match for Alienware’s new AW3423DW gaming monitor—the first computer screen to feature Quantum Dot OLED technology. Read More »
Whether you’re wanting to have an easy way to charge all your gadgets while you’re on vacation or simply want to expand the number of outlets and USB ports in your home, you can’t go wrong with this power strip charging cube from Anker. It gives you three additional outlets and three USB-A ports (with 1250W and 18W max outputs, respectively), and features a five-foot cord, making it perfect for home offices and hotel rooms alike. The PowerPort Cube supports fast charging to USB devices via the company’s PowerIQ technology and has built-in overload protection for maximum safety.
Hearing loss isn’t just frustrating; it’s also expensive. Most medical-grade hearing aids cost around $10k, and they’re rarely covered by insurance or medicare. But a small startup called Eargo manages to release new, relatively affordable medical-grade hearing aids every year, and its latest offering looks like a very compelling alternative to more expensive options. Read More »
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. Read More »
After a short regional trial, Taco Bell’s new subscription is now available to everyone in the United States. A Taco Lover’s Pass costs just $10 at most locations, but it gets you a free taco of your choice every day of the month. Read More »
When Apple first showed off the iOS 15 update in mid-2020, it spent a lot of time talking about Apple Home Key—a new tool that stores digital house keys in your Apple Wallet. It’s a fantastic low-power feature that works hours after your iPhone battery dies, but it’s only supported by a new smart lock called the Schlage Encode Plus. Read More »
While many people think all Tesla’s have premium features like heated and ventilated seats, that’s not the case. While select luxury models, including the Model X, do, some of Tesla’s more affordable EVs don’t, at least not yet. Read More »
By default, the Messages app on iPhone tells your friends, family, and coworkers when you’ve read a text. But why would you want that? If you’re cruel like me, you probably disabled read receipts a long time ago. There’s just one tiny problem; your iPhone may tattle on you. Read More »
Building a desktop gaming PC is a fantastic pastime, but games demand a lot from your PC. For that reason there are three critical statistics you should keep an eye on including component temperatures, frame rates, and disk health. Read More »