Buying an accessory for your accessory sounds backward, but if you want to carry around your Apple AirTag, it’s something you’ll have to do. Fortunately, Nomad sells the Leather Loop, a premium leather keychain, which is significantly cheaper than Apple’s offerings.
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.
RavPower’s new 100W dual USB-C GaN charger is the company’s smallest and lightest 100W charger to date. It has the ability to charge two devices at once at a max of 100W, which makes it an excellent one-and-done charger for your laptop bag. It’s my new favorite travel companion.
Razer is taking another crack at mousepads with the Strider, producing its most subdued mousepad to date. There’s no RGB like the Firefly V2 or even a green trim like on Gigantus V2. But behind the subtle style lies high-quality construction, with accuracy and smoothness at the forefront.
It’s that time of year again: time for a new A-series Pixel phone. All the A-series phones have been great up to this point, and Google made some truly meaningful upgrades in the 5a. It’s easily the best $450 phone you can buy right.
There are a billion (give or take) fitness trackers on the market. But Whoop is one of the few (only?) trackers where the focus is on recovery. It’s a fascinating philosophy because recovery is the most important aspect of training. But how well does it work, and is it actually useful?
It’s hard to stand out in the world of headphones, which leads to many manufacturers using extravagant features to make things more marketable. But Monoprice is here with the BT-600ANC to remind us that sometimes, something run-of-the-mill and boring is exactly what you want.
In the world of tech, we spend a lot of time praising the best earbuds and pointing fingers at the worst. But what about those that sit somewhere in the middle, that are neither outright horrible nor breathtakingly wonderful? JVC’s HA-XC50T earbuds are precisely that and honestly, that’s just fine.
If you’re in the market for a high-end soundbar, you’ve likely at least heard of Sonos. I’ve somehow managed to miss most Sonos products, but I recently got to test the Sonos ARC, the company’s top-end, modular soundbar system. It’s gorgeous, versatile, expandable, and pricey.
I have a confession. Every time I read the words “gaming phone,” I cringe. The whole concept seems silly to me. But part of this job is setting aside personal feelings to objectively review products. So, that’s what I did for the Nubia Red Magic 6R. And I’m (mostly) glad I did because it’s a banger of a phone.