Most home offices have very different printing needs and budgets than larger offices. For the most part, color printing is not something you’ll probably use a lot, but if you need it for a flyer, poster, or proposal, it better be there!
We love Eufy’s robotic vacuums. They’re affordable, effective, and easy to use. And Eufy’s new robotic vacuum, the RoboVac 11S Max ($270 retail, $199 promotional), is no exception. After putting it to work, it’s clear that the 11S Max sucks—in a good way.
Remember when folding phones were going to be the next big thing…and then the party for a new era of phones seemed a bit premature? It’s caused something of a lament for the lack of ambition and innovation in smartphones.
A powerful PC doesn’t have to take up your entire desk. Intel’s NUCs (New Units of Computing) are tiny 4 x 4 inch PCs loaded with some of its latest CPUs. The catch? They come as kits you need to assemble—but don’t worry, it’s a breeze for even a novice.
Using a single cable to plug in nearly unlimited accessories has been the dream of laptop users for a long time. Kensington’s SD2000P USB-C dock tries to accomplish that, but compromises in form factor and usability spoil the fantasy.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is one of the most impressive Android devices I’ve ever had the privilege of using. It’s sleek, fast, gorgeous, and—most importantly—offers incredible value. It sets a new standard for Android devices moving forward.
The market for “truly” wireless earbuds (with two separate buds and a charging case) is widening. Phiaton, a supplier of mid-range audio gear, is hoping to stand out with a competitive $140 price and unique features with its “Bolt” BT 700 design.