Electric bikes are some of the coolest, most helpful gadgets you can buy. There’s nothing quite like having an electric motor to help keep the wind blowing in your hair as you whip around town or power up a hill. E-bikes can be pricy and intimidating, but not if you get the RadRunner utility e-bike.
Picture this: a smart notebook that lets you upload your written notes to your cloud service of choice. And after you write down what you need to, you can erase it and start from a blank slate. Rocketbook’s Fusion journal sounds too good to be true, but I promise it’s not.
Gimmicks are found in every industry, usually as a result of companies throwing stuff at a wall to see what sticks. Some of these work out, some don’t, but Marsback has a new one it wants to sell in the Zephyr Pro. While it may look normal from the outside, it has a fan inside to cool your hands.
The Xbox Series X and PS5 are here, and frankly, your TV isn’t up to the task of handling those next-generation consoles. So, what can you do? Upgrade, of course. And if you’re looking for the best gaming TV for a reasonable-ish amount of money, the latest Vizio P Series checks the boxes.
I have over 100 devices connected to my home network, and that grows all the time as I expand my smart home’s capabilities. What I didn’t know was how to protect my smart home from any vulnerabilities those devices introduced. And that’s what the Firewalla Gold promises to do.
Speedy Wi-Fi is one of those things, like soft toilet paper, that you just don’t know you need until you invest in it. There’s nothing worse (well, okay, there are worse things) than the dreaded buffering video or lag in an online game. So, what’s the solution? A Wi-Fi 6 router.
If you’re in need of a new pair of true wireless earbuds and only have $100 or so to spend, Skullcandy’s Grind Fuel earbuds are a solid choice all around. Although they are missing a couple of nice-to-have features, the powerful and robust buds are an excellent value.
If you carry a wallet and you carry a phone, it’s a pretty smart choice to combine the two. There are a bunch of wallet cases on the market at this point, and I’ve been using the Vena Pixel 5 vCommute wallet case for the last several weeks. It’s pretty okay.
Smart lights are some of the coolest, most useful smart home products you can buy. The biggest issue is that sometimes you want to take your smart lighting with you, and you can’t … most of the time, anyway. With Govee’s StarPal lights, that changes.
When Apple started selling a $19 glorified microfiber cloth dubbed the “Polishing Cloth,” it left me with no choice. I had to drop down cash on this thing and give it a full review. Is it magical? Is it a revelation? Can it fix my broken Surface Duo 2? Can it bring about world peace? Man, I hope so.