Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet review: A tablet hybrid with extras

ThinkPad X1 tablet

This review has been a long time coming and I have spent more time with the ThinkPad X1 tablet than I should have. Lenovo keeps sending us review units faster than we can finish the previous one. The company introduced a lot of devices and new product lines at CES 2016 and the ThinkPad X1 … Read more

Griffin BreakSafe USB-C cable review: Breakaway laptop power

Griffin BreakSafe

Earlier this year the Griffin BreakSafe USB-C cable showed up at CES 2016 and I was excited to get my hands on it. Since Apple switched to USB-C for their 12″ MacBook, I’ve been missing my MagSafe connector. The MagSafe connector is handy and keeps my MacBook Pro from being pulled off a table should … Read more

Acer K138ST Projector review: A decent LED home projector

Acer K138ST

Projectors have multiple use applications from the office to a home theater, and the Acer K138ST is capable of living in multiple worlds. With a strong LED lamp and a 1280×800 resolution, this projector should fall into just the right spot for some users seeking a decent machine. Keep reading for our full Acer K138ST … Read more

Eachine E10C Mini Quadcopter Review: Fun In A Small Package

E10C Mini Quadcopter

Drones and quadcopters are gaining popularity and many of them are becoming more affordable. While prices are dropping, they’re not dropping to the point everyone is rushing out to pick one up. This is where products like the E10C Mini Quadcopter come into play. They’re small and super inexpensive and give users a chance to … Read more

Kangaroo PC Review: A PC That Fits In Your Pocket

Computers are an important part of our life. In an increasingly digital society we’ve got documents, media, games, and all sorts of other files spread between work computers, laptops, desktops, and the cloud. What if you just want a reasonably capable PC that you can take anywhere, and hook up easily using nearly any monitor, … Read more

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260 Review: Business Ultrabook

ThinkPad Yoga 260

We’re back again with yet another laptop review; specifically, the review of the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 260, a versatile, lightweight, business ultrabook. Lenovo continues to push out excellent computer products from the low end to the high end. While other PC manufactures have been stuck in a rut with boring designs and over bloated software, … Read more

Zhiyun Smooth-C Gimbal Review: Affordable Smartphone Stabilization

Zhiyun Smooth-C

The Zhiyun Smooth-C smartphone gimbal is the first smartphone gimbal I’ve used so this review is based solely on it and it alone. Smartphone gimbals have been around for a few years now and they’ve been priced pretty steep but the Zhiyun Smooth-C is actually affordable. Gimbals are great because they help stabilize your video … Read more

Moshi USB-C Accessories Review: Quality Moshi Offerings

Moshi USB-C-FI

Moshi USB-C accessories are finally here. Moshi is one of the best accessory makers out on the market today and they make some of the best quality gear you can find anywhere. In this review we’re going to give our quick thoughts on Moshi’s USB-C to HDMI adapter, USB-C to VGA adapter, USB-C to USB-A … Read more

Yeelight Bedlamp Review: A Versatile Smart Lighting Solution

Yeelight Bedlamp

Smart products have taken center stage lately and the Yeelight Bedlamp is one of the more versatile smart lighting solutions out there, check out our review. Design Made from a very solid plastic material with an aluminum covered bottom portion, the Yeelight Bedlamp is solidly constructed and does not feel cheap whatsoever. It’s very modern … Read more

UAG Trooper – UAG Glass Review: Armor For Your iPhone

UAG Trooper

I generally start out these iPhone case reviews by stating how inundated the case market is and that’s still 100% true. But I’m going to deviate a little bit from how I normally review stuff because while there are hundreds of choices of cases on the market. And there are a couple of handfuls of … Read more

Catalyst Apple Watch And iPhone Case Review: Waterproof Designs

Catalyst Apple Watch

Protecting your smartphone and smartwatch is important to just about everyone who owns one or the other and the level of protection one chooses can vary. I happen to favor good protection with slim design, that is my preference. But some might want, or even need, protection that takes it up a few more notches. … Read more

Andy Rubin Taking On Android Again In New Company

Andy Rubin

For those of us who have paid attention to Android, Andy Rubin is well known in most circles. Some would consider him the father of Android smartphones as he and Google brought the OS to what it is today. Rubin, who left Google in 2014 to pursue something other than the Android OS, appears to be wanting to get … Read more

Take A Look Inside The Google Network Infrastructure


There isn’t an Internet user in the world who doesn’t know who Google is. Even if people are using a different search engine, they often refer to a web search as a “Google” search. As a matter of fact, Google still holds the lead in searches, with a whopping 65% share of the search market. … Read more

Oculus Rift Recommended Hardware Specifications Announced

After the announcement last week that the Oculus Rift would be available Q1 2016, we now have the recommended specs for this amazing piece of hardware. Here it is, straight from Oculus’ blog: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD 290 equivalent or greater Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater 8GB+ RAM Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output 2x … Read more

Samsung 60GHz Wi-Fi Can Download A Movie In Three Seconds


Would you like to download a movie in less than three seconds? That’s what you can theoretically do with Samsung’s new 60GHz Wi-Fi band. The new Wi-Fi band created by Samsung could support internet speeds of up to 4.6Gbps, that is super fast folks. But let’s not put the cart before the horse here. In … Read more

Adobe Enters Hardware Market With Ink and Slide

Just ahead of Adobe’s Creative Cloud press conference this afternoon, Adobe has announced that it is entering the hardware scene with a new product called Ink and Slide for use with two new free iPad apps Line and Sketch. Ink is an aluminum, pressure sensitive, fine tipped, Bluetooth, Creative Cloud enabled pen. The pen has a side button … Read more

How Can You Really Be Sure Your Hard Drive Is Wiped?

In this digital age we live in our personal data now resides on our hard drives instead of a box of papers. Back in the day you could take that box of papers and shred it or burn it. Well there are methods in today’s digital world to get rid of your personal data so … Read more

Apple Release MacBook Pro Retina EFI Update v1.3

Apple released a fix for MacBook Pro owners who have been having issues with their built in keyboards and touch pads. This should make a few people happy. This update is recommended for MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, late 2013) models. This update addresses an issue where the built-in keyboard and Multi-Touch trackpad may become unresponsive. … Read more

Digital Storm Launches PRO Line of Custom Built Workstations

Digital Storm, a boutique system builder known for custom-built high performance gaming machines, is launching the PRO line of fully customizable workstations. The company will leverage its expertise in building liquid cooled, overclocked desktops to meet the demanding needs of creative professionals. Each of the PRO systems features Digital Storm’s proprietary HydroLux cooling system, which … Read more

Move Over Snuggie Hello Yon Wearable Blanket!

So you think your Snuggie is the best wearable blanket out there? Well throw that thing out and take a look at the Yon Wearable Blanket! 😛 LOL The “Yon Wearable Blanket” eliminates every struggle of any standard travel blanket that requires endless tugging and stretching to find comfort. Made in America of a premium fleece textile, … Read more