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Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano – The Classic ThinkPad, Thinner, Stronger, and More Evolved

When I first switched to the MacBook Pro – my first ever Mac – way back at the very beginning of the Intel transition, it caused me to begin to think differently about how we describe computers, and even evaluate them. I learned very quickly that things like processor speed, RAM, and other raw specs become arbitrary at some point – and what really, truly matters is the experience that using a device provides. As such, when presented with the opportunity to review Lenovo’s thinnest and lightest generation of...

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Review: Earthworks Audio ICON USB Microphone

Quality is key when it comes to sounding professional. People all over the world search for high quality microphones that can produce the most naturalistic sound for their interviews, podcasts, promotional recordings, voice overs and live events. Earthworks is a company that dominates the competition by creating products that give the absolute best, natural, professional sound, while somehow avoiding the extra pops and ticks that so many other pro mics will pick up.   

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Review: Spider-Man Homecoming

There’s no doubt that one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year is yet to hit the big screen, rounding out phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2021 is Spider-Man: No Way Home. It’s bringing an end to the wall crawling, web slinger’s trilogy between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios and it’s been quite the ride. From Peter Parker’s introduction to the MCU in Captain America: Civil War, which caused a real positive stir, Tom Holland’s adaptation of Stan Lee’s legendary character fit the bill perfectly. It...

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Review: SanDisk 1TB Thumb Drive and “Extreme” Micro SD Cards

SanDisk has proven to be one of the all time leaders in personal storage devices. From Internal and External Hard Drives to SD Cards and Thumb drives, SanDisk has you covered. As the years move forward, file sizes for photos, videos and even some documents have gone up drastically. As a random comparison, today a single five minute uncompressed raw video from a mid to high level camera can be around the same file size as an entire video game that runs on a PC or console. This means...

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Review: FiiO FD3 Headphones – Born for Music

Today, we introduce the new FD3 wired headphones from the FiiO brand. FiiO’s motto is “Born for Music and Happiness,” and has been successfully implemented since it was founded in 2007, The headphones come in a good-looking, well protected black packaging. The packaging has a colorful, mirrored surface on which you can see the headphones. This is very nice and gives a pleasing start to the overall unboxing experience. Well done FiiO.

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Review: ag Audio – Japanese Precision & Quirks

Only a few years ago, there weren’t many options when it came to headphones and earphones. When the iPhone shipped, included in the box were a pair of wired EarPods with a standard 3.5mm audio plug. Then Samsung and LG and Huawei started shipping in-ear headphones with their smartphones. The first-mover advantage went to Apple and those white tangled cords were littered through backpacks, handbags and jeans pockets as they went through the wash. Bose, Beats, and Sennheiser were the alternatives. Today, there is an almost limitless array of...

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Review: Zagg Pro Keys with Trackpad – Get More Done Faster

The iPad is an amazing device that can just about replace a laptop for most everyday users. Though any power user will tell you that no matter how good the touch interface is on an iPad, this on its own isn't quite enough. By adding mouse and trackpad support to iPadOS Apple finally paved the way for the iPad becoming the laptop replacement for its users. Apple has released its own keyboard and trackpad case for the iPad, but the price point is pretty hefty. Luckily this is where...

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Review Brava Smart Oven – Cooking With The Raw Power of Light

While many kitchen technology products are very similar to one another, especially when it comes to countertop or “toaster ovens,” Brava aims to transform this experience with their light-powered countertop oven in exciting new ways: by allowing full, complete control from your smartphone, tons of customization options, and by using targeted infrared and visible light spectrums to cook multiple types of food with different cooking needs at the same time. But does it really deliver on its promises? Welcome to cooking with the power of light!

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Review: OWC Envoy Pro FX SSD 480GB – The Faster Monster

My product from OWC provided for this review included the SSD with 480GB, a Thunderbolt 3 cable, an Acronis license, and an adapter from TB3 to USB-A (type-A adapter). The SSD comes in a compact and stable packaging. The SSD itself is embedded again in a foam. The OWC Envoy Pro FX is available in various sizes from 240 GB to 2TB memory. It can be used on Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS or iPadOS. The chassis: The SSD was installed in a high-quality, charcoal, grey aluminium chassis with...

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Review: ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE GX551 – Dual-Screen Dream or Disaster?

Last year, Asus dropped the ROG Zeyphrus Duo 15 GX550, a dual-screen laptop that didn’t disappoint. This year, the Zeyphrus Duo got an upgrade with the ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE GX551, so we’re excited to see whether this “new and improved” version is a hit or miss. With the Zephyrus Duo 15 SE GX551, Asus added a 120Hz 4K display and took advantage of AMD’s octa-core Ryzen 9 5900HX processor. These specs alone will tell you that the Zephyrus Duo 15 SE is a monstrous device, but before...

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