Sony SRS-NB10 Review: Interesting, but Not Worthwhile

Last year Sony released the SRS-WS1 neckband speaker, and while they weren’t received horribly, the consensus was that it was a strange, overpriced product. Well, Sony’s back at it with the SRS-NB10 now, which is supposed to be a more useful and affordable follow-up. And well… it is cheaper.

Nothing Ear 1 Review: They Now Come in Black

Nothing, led by Carl Pei of OnePlus fame, launched the Ear 1 earbuds to a bunch of fanfare and hype. The company focused its marketing campaign on its partnership with Teenage Engineering and the product’s transparent design, but how do they sound? I’m here to tell you that they’re pretty damn good.

RadRunner Electric Bike Review: Perfect for Your First E-Bike

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.

Rocketbook Fusion Review: A Smart Notebook You Can Reuse

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.

Marsback Zephyr Pro Gaming Mouse Review: It Sort of Blows

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.

Firewalla Gold Review: Every Smart Home Needs One

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.
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