Back in August of last year, I reviewed the Jabra Elite Active 65t and loved them. At the time, they were some of the best true wireless earbuds I’d used. Fast-forward to now, and I’ve been using the Elite 75t for several weeks, and I love them even more. They improve on the 65t in basically every way.
Outdoor grill covered in snow? No problem. The Ninja Foodi Grill lets you make great grilled food inside. And it doesn’t stop with grilling. You can also air fry, roast, bake, and dehydrate food. But the Foodi Grill is best at doing its namesake—grilling.
I was born in the early ’80s and spent way too much time doing two things: watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and playing the arcade game based on the show. Now, Arcade1Up wants to sell you a replica. I bought one and love playing it.
If you’ve ever said to yourself “man, I really love the ANC and Transparency features of the AirPods Pro, I just wish they were on-ear!,” then the Beats Solo Pro might be your huckleberry. They sound great, offer killer features you won’t find in other products, and have a premium feel. But they’re also not without their own issues.
You likely have many gaming accessories you can’t live without, like a cushiony headset or maybe even that comfy gaming chair. But what about a relatively minor, small, and cheap accessory that kind of sounds like a gimmick? I thought these $15 “performance thumbsticks” from KontrolFreek would fit into the latter category, but after trying them out on my DualShock 4; boy, was I wrong.
I own a Chamberlain garage door opener, and sometimes that’s a pain. It’s not smart unless I add a Chamberlain Wi-Fi bridge. And the company requires extra subscriptions for basic features like Google Assistant control, which I don’t like. The door opener also uses proprietary communication signals preventing other smart products from working. Now there’s a workaround for that problem—the Nexx NXG-200 Smart Garage Controller.
Remember that time Apple announced AirPower, then canceled it? Well, that opened the door for third-party manufacturers to create products to take on what AirPower could’ve been. Among those manufacturers is Mophie, with not one, but two AirPower-like multi-device charging pads.