If you’ve been looking to add Qi wireless charging to your desk, table, or shelf, IKEA’s new $40 wireless charging pad is the perfect solution. You can mount IKEA’s Sjömärke wireless charging pad yourself, anywhere you want, and it’ll charge through wood and plastic, hidden on the underside of your furniture.
You’ve probably heard of fingerless gloves, but Razer’s new product is almost the opposite thing. The company’s new finger sleeves slip of your index fingers or thumbs (or why not both!). In theory, they should enhance mobile gaming sessions by blocking sweat slippage.
The MagSafe Battery Pack is a product I was waiting for since the launch of the iPhone 12. I’ve been a fan of Apple’s Smart Battery Case in the past, and the MagSafe Battery Pack was a product I was hoping to completely fall in love with. Unfortunately, the MagSafe Battery Pack did not live up to the hype.
About a year ago, I reviewed the Fluidstance Slope desktop whiteboard and loved it. When the company took that concept a step further with this Lift, which combined a whiteboard with a laptop stand, I knew I had to jump on it. Unfortunately, it’s not the hit I hoped it would be.
I’ve been a sit/stand desk user for the biggest part of the last decade. I love standing while I work, which helps me focus and feel more engaged. That’s an issue for me when I travel because most desks or tables are designed specifically for sitting. Enter the VariDesk Portable Laptop Stand.
With Google’s highly anticipated Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro coming right around the corner, we’re starting to see more leaks regarding accessories and smaller details. This week, a new leak reveals that Google could nearly double the wireless charging speed on the Pixel 6 with the launch of an all-new Pixel Stand.
Fossil just opened pre-orders for its new Gen 6 smartwatch, one of the only non-Samsung wearables that will actually support Google’s landmark Wear OS 3 update. With its cutting-edge Snapdragon 4100+ processor, upgraded display, and unique battery features, the Fossil Gen 6 looks light a bright spot in an otherwise underwhelming Android smartwatch market, especially if you want to avoid all of the proprietary software on Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4.
If you have around $75 to spend, you can get your hands on some pretty great tech. While you can buy some pretty nice practical items at this price point, there’s also some entertaining stuff that can make your day a lot more enjoyable.
Some Windows exploits require computing expertise, dedication to craft, and a ton of free time. But everyone who went to hacker bootcamp should have focused on gaming instead, because it turns out that all you need to gain local admin access on a Windows 10 PC is a Razer mouse or keyboard.
Facebook has announced Horizon Workrooms, a VR meeting tool that may one day replace Zoom and other remote collaboration tools. Available as an open beta on Oculus 2 headsets, Horizon Workrooms aims to closely mimic the in-person meeting experience by leveraging all of Oculus’ fancy features.