When it comes to smart homes, there are two major additions you could consider adding to your lineup. Smart Faucets, usually found in the kitchen but sometimes also in the bathroom, and smart showers. They even seem pretty similar right? You’re taking a thing that pours out water and adding some smart capabilities to it.
But the truth is: one of these is a good idea to add to your home, and the other is a terrible one. Smart faucets are a good idea. Smart showers are not. Find out why in the top story.
We’re knee-deep in the era of useless smart devices. But two of the most ridiculous-sounding “smart” products, smart kitchen faucets and smart showers, are growing into a serious industry. And to be honest, smart kitchen faucets are awesome. We just can’t say the same for smart showers. Read More »
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Samsung has always tried to push its customers away from OLED TVs, focusing instead on QLED and Micro LED technology. And I’m not exaggerating here—the company even offers an OLED burn-in test that concludes with “buy a QLED!” But now, Samsung is pushing its first QD-OLED TV. What’s going on here? Read More »
Who hasn’t been in a situation where you wish you could see something a little better? Whether you’re birdwatching, hunting, attending a sports game, or stargazing, this handy pair of 12×25 compact binoculars is the event accessory you need! They feature 12x magnification, a 25mm objective lens with a wide field of view (273 feet/1000 yards), and a BAK4 prism coating for optimal viewing. They also sport comfortable rubber eyepieces you can remove if you wear glasses, and are small enough to hold up with one hand—perfect if you need to hold a camera or drink in your other hand! There’s even a strap included for easy storage in between uses.
The base model Ford F-150 Lightning EV only costs $40,000, and this week the official EPA rating emerged confirming the promised 68 MPGe and an estimated 230-miles of range. So, is the F-150 Lightning Pro EV a good deal considering the price and its competition? Read More »
Is Apple’s Studio Display the biggest iPhone of all time? Not only does the $1,600 monitor pack some of the same hardware as the iPhone 11, but it actually runs on a full version of iOS 15.4, just like an up-to-date iPhone. What is going on here? Read More »
According to new filings with the EPA and several recent leaks, Tesla is getting ready to launch a new but “worse” version of the Model Y. The company could call it the Model Y Standard Range Plus, and it’s actually a good thing. Read More »
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