You’ve probably heard of vinyl skins for smartphones, but how about wood? Toast specializes in getting our devices covered and protected with real wood. We examine how it works in practice, and if this neat idea is worth the buy.
Every Spring, we get introduced to new smartphone refreshes and cutting-edge tech from the top-end. With the first half of 2018 nearing a close, we are rounding up what the best are and how they shine or fall short.
In our extensive gadget world, it’s easy to get disorganized when we’re packing it all to go. This is where the eBags Professional Slim Backpack comes in. It’s thoughtfully laid out on the inside and manageable on the outside.
Bluetooth headphones have come a long way. This is most exemplified by how solid performance can now be found at little cost, and Aukey’s $25 Latitude wireless earbuds are the best value we’ve seen yet. This Synopsis runs through what you need to know.
Every so on we come across a low-cost alternative that turns out to be a hidden gem, which seems to be the case with the Tarion camera wrist strap. Despite being dirt-cheap, we get real leather and an immaculate form. But does it stand up to the daily grind?
Google I/O is an exciting time for those invested in Google’s ecosystem. We’ve seen some of the biggest developments ever this year, all revolving around AI and helping us accomplish tasks better and faster.
Rowkin’s latest affordable true wireless earbuds, the Surge Charge, are particularly aimed for active lifestyles. Where they lack in elegance, they may make up for in function.
Choosing between the compact RX100 and larger a6500 may not be an easy decision. They each have a good set of compelling pros. This Synopsis takes a close look at the features that may sway you one way or the other.
With so many excellent smartphone choices at the mid-range price-point, it’s becoming hard to justify spending close to $1K. This Synopsis looks at the best choices among new mid-rangers and discounted flagships.