Master & Dynamic MH40 headphones review: Stellar sound…retro design

MH40 headphones

We’re no strangers to Master & Dynamic around here, late last year we reviewed their amazing MW60 wireless headphones and came away impressed. Now we have the company’s older pair of MH40 headphones in house for review and these are walking away with a Techaeris Top Pick 2016 award. MH40 Specifications 45mm Neodymium drivers 32 ohms … Read more

Voice Bridge review: Keep tabs on your landline from mobile

Voice Bridge

People are more mobile than ever before, and the use of a home phone is becoming less and less popular. But, there are still those holdouts that refuse to give up their landline, and Voice Bridge is the tool that can help keep tabs on their landline from mobile. Read on and find out more … Read more

PROBOX2 EX+ review: Easily stream media from various sources


Cord cutting is becoming more and more popular, and there are a number of devices out there that can stream content from local and online sources. Our PROBOX2 EX+ review takes a look at an Android 5.1 media player with an optional enhanced remote that allows you to stream media from various sources. Read on to find … Read more

Creative Sound Blaster Roar Pro review: A feature rich, multi-purpose Bluetooth speaker


Most Bluetooth speakers these days have the ability to play from Bluetooth devices, legacy devices through an AUX jack, and act as a speakerphone. Our Creative Sound Blaster Roar Pro review takes a look at a Bluetooth speaker that does the basics and then adds a few more features into the mix. Read on to find … Read more

Linksys AC1200 Amplify review: Extend Wi-Fi without sacrificing power outlets


Let’s face it, you have a wireless router in your house and find that you still have spots that have a weak wireless signal. You can either buy a new router or a Wi-Fi range extender to try and boost your signal. Wi-Fi range extenders often look like and are similar in size to a … Read more

Monoprice Palette Series 3.0 USB-C cables review: Affordable, high quality cables


A couple months ago, Monoprice announced a new Palette Series 3.0 USB-C cable lineup. Monoprice has always been synonymous with very affordable, high quality cables and computer accessories, and their Select Series of USB-C cables also received a glowing 5-star review from Benson Leung himself. Monoprice was kind enough to send over a selection of … Read more

Goluk T1 Dash Cam Review: Feature packed, nice price

dash cam

The use of a dash cam is pretty standard in a lot of countries and they’re just starting to gain more widespread use here in the States. Most people who use a dash cam use it to record their daily commute to keep a record in case something happens. You might ask, what could happen … Read more

ARTEMIS High Power AC1300 Wi-Fi Router with MU-MIMO review: Affordable Wi-Fi coverage


We’ve been fortunate here at Techaeris to be reviewing quite a few wireless routers and extenders lately (with plenty more to come). I was suitably impressed with the Amped Wireless TITAN-EX High Power AC1900 Wi-Fi range extender, and now it’s time to see how their ARTEMIS High Power AC1300 Wi-Fi Router with MU-MIMO stacks up in our … Read more

Turcom AcoustoShock 903 Bluetooth speaker review: easily handles all your audio and abuse


Bluetooth speakers are nothing new, but GOOD Bluetooth speakers are an entirely other story. I’ve owned a number of these and it’s always been the same story. Durable, good sound, compact, reasonably-priced: pick two… sometimes, barely one. Turcom took it upon themselves to sway that expectation in the consumer’s favor, and in most ways, succeeded. Read … Read more

Lenovo ThinkPad 13 review: A small, powerful, affordable ultrabook laptop


There’s no question that laptops are getting smaller, thinner, lighter, and more powerful. Our Lenovo ThinkPad 13 review takes a look at a thin and light ultrabook with Mil-Spec durability standards. Read on to find out what we thought about the ThinkPad 13, and why it earned a spot as one of our Top Picks for … Read more

Parrot Zik 3 review: Incredible sound, great features

If you like music, there are loads of options available from bargain priced headphones all the way up to the ridiculously expensive. The Parrot Zik 3 headphones sit somewhere in the middle of those two extremes. In this Parrot Zik 3 review I’ll talk about what makes the third iteration of Zik headphones worth your … Read more

808 Audio EAR CANZ review: Solid wireless earbuds


Bluetooth wireless earbuds are becoming more affordable and better constructed than ever before and the 808 Audio EAR CANZ are no exception. Choosing great earbuds is a daunting task as there are now so many to choose from. Hopefully we can give you a good overview of the 808 EAR CANZ and explain why they’ve … Read more

D-Link AC1900 EXO Wi-Fi Router review: Easy setup and great coverage


With the increasing number of wireless devices in the average home, finding the right wireless router that can provide ample coverage and speed can be a bit of a chore.  There are many options available out there, and our D-Link AC1900 EXO Wi-Fi router review takes a look at a dual-band wireless router and sees how … Read more

Minirig Bluetooth Review: Small Stature, Massive Sound


We’ve had a fair amount of Bluetooth speakers come in for review–all shapes and sizes–but the Minirig Bluetooth is in a class all its own. Minirig is a UK company just getting a leg into the US market, and they sent along their Minirig Bluetooth for us to take a look at. Check out our … Read more

Incipio Case Review: A Pair Of Solid Phone Protection Options


We’ve reviewed a few Incipio cases here on Techaeris in the past, and now it’s time to look at a couple more. Our latest Incipio case review will take a look at the Incipio DualPro dual layer protection case as well as the NGP flexible impact resistant case for the Nexus 5X. Design We recently … Read more

Nextbit Robin Review: More Than Enough To Satisfy

Nextbit Robin

Back in January of this year we were slated to meet with Nextbit to discuss the Nextbit Robin at CES 2016, but, for whatever reasons, that meeting never did happen. Many other websites have had their reviews out months ago, with most of them publishing on the same day and at the same time due … Read more

Dell Latitude 15 5000 Review: A Secure 15.6″ Business Laptop


With the numerous accounts of hacking, phishing, malware, and other attempts to get into your system these days, data security is at the forefront of people’s minds — especially those in the business sector. Giving your employees laptops to use instead of desktops not only helps with mobility, but can also increase the risk to … Read more

Phiaton BT 460 Review: Feature Packed Affordability

Phiaton BT 460

Bluetooth headphones are by no means in short supply. From earbuds, over-ears and on-ears you won’t have any issue finding Bluetooth headphones in any brick and mortar, let alone online. Phiaton realizes you can get Bluetooth headphones just about anywhere, but they also know not all of those headphones are created equal. The company sent … Read more

Lenovo ThinkPad P50 Review: A Preeminent Workstation Laptop Worth Every Penny


Let me summarize this for you if you are in a hurry; and if you’re the kind of person that needs this kind of device, you probably are: this is the best laptop I have ever used. Now, if you have a few minutes, my Lenovo ThinkPad P50 review will explain why this member of Lenovo’s … Read more

Triby Revisited: New Tricks With Alexa Integration

Alexa integration

Back in February we reviewed the Triby Bluetooth speaker and family hub and came away pretty impressed. The company reached out to us again and asked if we’d like to take a look at Triby one more time. This time, they told me, Triby has a new trick up its sleeve. After some wheeling and … Read more

OtterBox Symmetry Review: Slim Yet Tough OtterBox Protection


OtterBox is often thought of as these massive bulky and awkward protective cases for your device that are well suited to construction workers. While it is true that the company makes some amazing heavy duty cases for phones. The company also makes slimmer cases that don’t add crazy amount of weight and bulk. Often in … Read more

Marshall Major II Bluetooth Review: Same Great Design & Sound With Incredible Battery Life


It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost a year since I reviewed the Marshall Major II headphones here on Techaeris. Of course I found them to be lightweight, comfortable, and of course, fantastic sounding. Fast forward a year, and Marshall has gone wireless with the Major II headphones. Our Marshall Major II Bluetooth review takes … Read more