If you’ve been reading Review Geek coverage for long, you’ve likely encountered Philips Hue smart lighting. You may already be familiar with it without RG’s help. After all, Philips Hue lights are bright, colorful, and super expensive. Seriously, whether it’s bulbs or LED strips, Philips Hue lights are some of the most expensive options on the market.
And why do they cost so much, do you ask? That’s a great question. Hit up the top story to find out.
Philips Hue is the most well-known smart lighting brand. But when shoppers realize that Philips Hue costs two or three times the price of its competitors, they often walk away thinking that its products are overpriced. And that’s a shame—Philips Hue is prohibitively expensive, but its pricing makes sense. Read More »
Earbud manufacturers typically try to compete with their larger competitors by delivering unique features or a lower price point. Sennheiser, on the other hand, has taken a more head-on approach against its main competition with the MOMENTUM True Wireless 3. The results are decidedly mixed. Read More »
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The latest LEGO crossover may be the best one we’ve seen yet. The official LEGO Twitter account just confirmed a new The Office set based on the critically acclaimed NBC show everyone loves. If you’re a fan or know someone that is, this would be the perfect gift. Read More »
After years of working on its self-driving Robotaxi fleet of vehicles, GM’s Cruise recently received regulatory approval to drive on select streets in California and charge customers for taxi rides. However, things aren’t off to a good start, and now the platform is under review. Read More »
Do those suction cup mounts keep falling off your windshield? Maybe it’s time to turn your car’s unused CD player into a smartphone mount. This VSSMSSA mount secures to the lip of your CD player using a plastic clip, offering improved visibility and stability for your phone.
This smartphone mount is tilt-able and fits phones up to a 6.8-inch screen size. That’s perfect for the vast majority of smartphones, even the massive iPhone 13 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra!
Amazon is reducing the number of products sold under its in-house brands, including AmazonBasics, Amazon Essentials, and Solimo. It’s a major shift in the company’s strategy, and according to the Wall Street Journal, it’s due to poor sales. Read More »
Purchasing items on Amazon is about as easy as it gets, but it’s not always as simple to return Amazon orders. So, here are the best ways: whether you made an impulse buy on Prime Day or Black Friday or need to return an Amazon order without a box. Read More »
It sounds like Microsoft is preparing to reshuffle its entire Windows update release schedule again. While Windows 11 is new and exciting, Windows 12 may arrive in 2024. According to a new report from Windows Central, the company is moving away from yearly feature updates and back to big releases every three years. Read More »
You’ve talked the talk, but are you ready to prove that you’re the best Wordle player? This October, Wordle: The Party Game launches for just $19. The official board game supports up to four players and lets you go head-to-head with friends or family over and over again. Read More »
After a boring year of Android smartwatches, it seems that Google’s new Wear OS 3 is finally catching on. Montblanc just announced the Summit 3, the first non-Samsung smartwatch to support Wear OS 3. It launches July 15th for an outrageous $1,290. Read More »
As the overall cost of owning an electric car declines, the question of how much you’ll be spending at the charging station remains for many. Is it comparable to a tank of gas? The answer depends on several factors, including where and how you charge. Read More »