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Eufy Dual Doorbell review

March 12th, 2022

Smart doorbells are getting better and better — and companies are quickly working on ways to ensure that they improve our lives. For example, some companies employ the use of a wide-angle camera to ensure that the doorbell can see things like packages. Eufy, however, is taking a slightly different approach — and the Eufy …

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Halo Infinite review: Finishing the fight (again)

December 6th, 2021

Halo Infinite is the culmination of years of lore and anticipation. It’s the sixth main entry in the Halo series, which fans have been waiting for since the end credits of Halo 5: Guardians. After the game missed its release window alongside the Xbox Series X|S, Halo Infinite is finally here. It brings with it …

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SteelSeries Arctis 7P+ review: Making the best even better

November 29th, 2021

With new gaming headsets releasing every month, keeping up with the competition can get tough. Some companies continue to push the boundaries of the wireless gaming headset. Always searching for the next reinvention of the technology. Others like SteelSeries are content to build off the foundations they’ve already made. The SteelSeries Arctis 7P/7X is considered …

Back 4 Blood

‘Back 4 Blood’ review: Back in the saddle

October 22nd, 2021

Left 4 Dead has been left for dead by Valve, which led many fans to believe their dreams for four-player co-op zombie-killing campaigns may never shamble into the light of day. Fortunately, Turtle Rock Studios, the developer behind the original L4D, has gone back to that winning formula with Back 4 Blood. Despite the immediate …

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‘Far Cry 6’ review: When more of the same is a bad thing

October 6th, 2021

Far Cry 6 puts us at the forefront of yet another insurgency, and this time it’s Cuban-flavored. It’s hard to believe we’ve amassed six different entries in this exploration-focused open world shooter series, but here we are. Once again, we’re helping to free an oppressed people from a tyrannical egomaniac and his evil cronies. Of …

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Razer Iskur review: It was only a matter of time

November 14th, 2020

Razer’s first gaming chair includes a suite of features found on the most premium chairs on the market.  The exclusive active lumbar support system helps the chair stand apart from the crowd. At $499, it’s cheaper than some of its most well-known competitors. Razer is nothing if not prolific when it comes to expanding into …

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NordicTrack Commercial 2950 treadmill review: Indoor workouts are fun again

October 15th, 2020

NordicTrack’s Commercial 2950 treadmill is a top-tier treadmill with more built-in workouts than you’ll ever be able to complete. Perfect for both casual walks and hardcore sprints and hikes, there’s a wide variety of workouts to dabble in. The iFit software tracks everything, making it easy to get a picture of your overall fitness and …

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Abode iota review: HomeKit compatibility makes Abode even better

November 23rd, 2019

In early 2017, I reviewed Abode, a smart home security system that you build yourself and set up however you want it. I found it to be very straightforward and surprisingly versatile, with a hint of that “it just works” magic. Now, over two years later, Abode has evolved. There are two big things that …