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Xencelabs Pen Tablet Medium Bundle review: Drawing made simpler

November 24th, 2021

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. This is a sponsored article and all content and opinions expressed within are of the author. Illustrating and creating on your computer has never been easier. Even if you don’t have an arts degree, …

Shure Aonic Free Review

Shure Aonic Free earbuds review: Bulky buds with excellent sound

November 16th, 2021

Slowly but surely, pro audio companies are starting to get serious about consumer-focused products. Shure is perhaps one of the best-known of these companies. While the Shure name was once unknown to those who hadn’t stepped foot into a music studio, these days, Shure builds all kinds of consumer and prosumer products. The latest of …

Grid Studio Grid 1 Review

Give the gift of tech history with the Grid Studio Grid 1

November 14th, 2021

The smartphone has come a long way over the past 15 years or so. The roots of the smartphone date back to way before the first iPhone, but the original iPhone represents the concept of the smartphone coming to mainstream consciousness. The Grid Studio Grid 1 celebrates that history in a beautifully crafted, deconstructed frame …

Apple HomePod Mini Review

Apple HomePod Mini review: Smart, small, and colorful

November 11th, 2021

The original HomePod was Apple’s answer to the smart speaker trend. It offered Siri built into it, excellent audio quality, and a sleek design. But by all accounts, the speaker didn’t sell that well — and has since been replaced by the newer HomePod Mini. The HomePod Mini promises to take everything that users loved …

Beats Fit Pro Review

Beats Fit Pro earbuds review: The Beats buds you’ve always wanted

November 10th, 2021

Beats is back. The Apple-owned headphone brand has been building headphones that integrate more and more tightly with Apple’s, but yet retain some features that prove Beats still operates somewhat on its own. While the new Beats Fit Pro earbuds, for example, offer Apple’s Spatial Audio, they also charge through a USB-C port, unlike AirPods, …