Remember when Tesla said its long-term plan was to eventually be able to build a high quantity of vehicles with prices that would get lower for each successive model? Review Geek does. That’s why we’re (totally not) surprised to learn that Tesla just increased the prices for both the Model 3 and Model Y … again.
Now those vehicles are even less affordable than ever (if you could ever really label them as such). In today’s top story, we dug in and explored Tesla’s price increases across multiple models, and what the increases mean. Give it a click to see all the details.
Tesla has raised the prices on both its Model 3 and Model Y by $1,000 in the last day, something we’ve seen time and time again over the last few years. And while it was hard to call Tesla vehicles “affordable” before, they’re certainly not affordable anymore after all these price hikes. Read More »
There’s plenty to like about Samsung’s new Galaxy S22 series of phones, but they’re also really big and expensive. So if you want something a little different, here are some of the best Galaxy S22 series alternatives worth considering. Read More »
What if you could enjoy NVIDIA RTX 3080 graphics without buying an expensive gaming PC? That’s the idea behind NVIDIA GeForce Now’s newest cloud gaming tier, which we reviewed late last year. The powerful cloud gaming subscription once required a six-month subscription, but now, you can try a month for just $20. Read More »
Having a good personality isn’t enough—in order to capture compelling live video, you need good audio and lighting. Thankfully, Razer just launched three new products to improve the sound and scene of your stream. Read More »
The March Pixel update is now available, and unfortunately, it’s turning customers’ fingerprint readers into slow hunks of junk. This problem appears to affect all models of Pixel smartphone that are eligible for the March update—if you haven’t updated yet, I suggest holding out for a fix. Read More »
Have a new video game you’re wanting to purchase and spend the next month obsessing over? Just want to have some extra cash loaded up in case another game catches your eye? You’ve gotta get a digital Xbox gift card. You can load it up with anywhere from $10 to $100 bucks, which is plenty to cover at least one brand new AAA game as well as a ton of smaller indie picks or popular older titles. The gift card can also be used for in-game purchases like add-ons or for in-game currency. It’s an easy way to treat yourself or surprise the gamer in your life.
We’re long past the heyday of Windows Movie Maker. But it’s time to dry your tears, because Microsoft’s now-dead video editor now has a worthy successor—the powerful, social media-integrated Clipchamp. Read More »
To help celebrate March 10th, Mar10 Day, LEGO announced that the reigning royal princess is finally making her way to our shelves. In partnership with Nintendo, LEGO continues to release interactive Super Mario sets, and now fans can enjoy an animated Princess Peach figure, along with Peach’s own castle expansion set. Read More »
With the pandemic keeping nearly everyone at home this past year, many of us have relied on video calls to stay in touch with family, friends, and coworkers. And while the camera on your laptop gets the job done, you’re probably doing yourself (and everyone else) a disservice by not using a better webcam. Read More »
Every year we see new articles grumbling about green chat bubbles in Messages for iPhone. Many treat the bubbles as a way to label Android owners as outcasts, but the truth is much more mundane. We’ll clear things up by taking a brief look at the history behind the green labeling for SMS text messages. Read More »
There’s a stigma attached to apps from phone manufacturers. They tend to feel like unnecessary bloatware. However, Samsung Internet—the company’s blandly named browser—is an exception. It’s actually quite good, and it’s not only for Samsung Galaxy phones. Read More »
Gear isn’t everything, but the right equipment can improve your day-to-day photography experience. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of the best camera accessories to up your game no matter what you shoot. Read More »