Sony WH-CH510 review

The world of cheap on-ear headphones is vast and largely disappointing, but Sony has long been a stalwart purveyor of the most popular options in this segment. Does the Sony WH-CH510 live up to this position in the market? We spent more than a week with it as a daily driver, and we’ve recorded everything […]

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Dead Space remake review: One of the best horror games is made whole again

After almost a decade since the last new entry, we can return to the universe of Dead Space. Developer Motive Studios and publisher Electronic Arts have completely rebuilt the original game and the results are stellar. Walking down the empty hallways, listening for any sign of movement in the walls, checking to make sure the […]

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Review: How Eve’s Matter Accessories Work With a HomeKit Setup

Smart home company Eve in December began rolling out a firmware update that adds Matter support to the Eve Energy, Eve Motion, and Eve Door and Window. I have been testing the new Matter integration to see how the devices work with a standard HomeKit setup. I have the Eve Energy, Eve Motion, and Eve […]

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Week 3 in review: Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP sensor is official

We’re past being surprised by the Galaxy S23 series dominating our news section to which week 3 made no exception. Samsung announced the 200MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor that will be the headline feature of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. The imager is 1/1.3” in size with 0.6μm pixels and can pixel-bin (Tetra2pixel, per Samsung’s lingo) 4-to-1 […]

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Ultimate Ears Wonderboom 3 review

Blasting music through smartphone speakers to your entire gathering of friends really shouldn’t be acceptable these days. The quality is always abysmal, with the sound grating and heavily distorted. Luckily Bluetooth speakers are at a really mature point now, making it easy to play music for everyone with a decent speaker that fits inside a […]

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Carv review: Advanced ski coach put to the test

While there’s no shortage of ski wearables, I seriously doubt there’s anything out there that even comes close to competing with Carv. The self-proclaimed “world’s advanced ski wearable”, Carv is dedicated to the art of skiing and improving your technique. A digital ski coach, Carv combines a pair of sensor-packed insoles to a smartphone app, […]

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Skullcandy Indy Evo review

The Skullcandy Indy Evo is an update to the older Skullcandy Indy, but this time it’s smaller, it sounds better, and it costs more. It seems promising with IP55 water and dust resistance, Tile integration, and more features in the Skullcandy app, but every product has its caveats. We want to see how the Skullcandy […]

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Gioteck’s Xbox charge dock review: A value champion charger?

A world of wireless Xbox controllers goes hand in hand with a world of rechargeable battery packs.  The Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 has the best Xbox controller battery charger solution on the market, but it’ll also cost you a kidney to buy. Thankfully, third-party vendors like Gioteck are working hard to provide far more […]

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Week 2 in review: Galaxy S23 series’ are coming on February 1

Ever since September, every end-of-the-week recap we’ve done has featured at least some Galaxy S23 stories. It gets to the point that you’d think we’ve seen all the Galaxy S23 series leaks possible, yet week after week we get new elements of the puzzle. The biggest of the many S23 stories this week was the […]

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Roccat Syn Max Air wireless headset review: An affordable charging dock for gamers

The Syn Max Air is loaded with RGB to fit the theme for Roccat, but a wireless headset with a charging dock is a new take for the gaming brand. There is a severe lack of options in this department for PC gamers, and this sleek headset promises a combination of luxury comfort and high-quality […]

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GameSir G7 Wired Controller for Xbox & PC review: Thoughtful features, quality, and a cable

GameSir is a global manufacturer of gaming accessories and peripherals hailing from China, most recently known for its array of mobile gaming controllers. The GameSir G7 Wired Controller for Xbox & PC is the company’s latest attempt to deliver a pro-grade controller on a budget, and it may be its best effort yet. In my […]

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JSAUX Steam Deck dock review: Why pay more?

The Steam Deck is obviously a handheld PC/console, but with the right equipment, it becomes a full desktop PC. It has a desktop mode with proper desktop apps, and whether you stick with the Linux-based SteamOS or you go with Windows, it’s a powerful, portable PC. The easiest way to achieve this transformation is with […]

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WD_BLACK P40 Game Drive SSD for Xbox & PC review: Another great storage solution, but with RGB

Western Digital is one of the most prominent digital storage manufacturers in the world, and WD_BLACK is the company’s gaming brand responsible for creating SSDs, HDDs, and portable drives perfect for console and PC gaming. The WD_BLACK P40 Game Drive is one of the most impressive external SSDs from the company, made to work perfectly […]

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Surface Laptop 5 long-term review: Does an old design still make for a great laptop?

The new Surface Laptop 5 isn’t so new anymore. It launched in October, and I’ve been using it non-stop since then. I’ve been a huge fan of the Surface Laptop since the first one debuted in 2017, and at the time, it was the best-looking Windows PC on the market.  I’ve since flip-flopped between the […]

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Edifier S1000W review

Not just a set of basic bookshelf speakers, the Edifier S1000W has all kinds of wireless connectivity, as well as most of the wired ports we’ve come to expect on consumer speakers. These are hefty retro-inspired beauties, but underneath all that wood beats a heart of modern convenience, with app support, Bluetooth, Apple Airplay 2, […]

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Glorious GMMK Pro review: A terrific DIY mechanical keyboard with one caveat

It was only in mid-2022 that I ventured into the broader world of mechanical keyboards. I was perfectly content with the Corsair K100 up until that point; the keyboard had a solid chassis, the OPX switch felt great to use, and it had a lot of additional buttons that were easily customizable. What ultimately made […]

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Wacom One review: A high-quality, budget conscience pen display

Wacom has long been widely regarded by digital artists as the creme de la creme of digitizers and input devices. A premium brand often comes with a premium price, however, and the lack of affordable pen displays from Wacom left many aspiring digital artists looking for alternatives. Wacom eventually started to take notice of the […]

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