Corsair's new Virtuoso RGB SE doesn't sound quite as good as it looks, but it looks really damn good. If nothing else, it's a much-needed alternative to Corsair's cheap Void line.
Google's idea to blend a smart speaker with a Wi-Fi access point isn’t new, but the only other one you can buy is powered by Alexa.
Sharp's Dynabook unit has launched the Tecra X50-F 15-inch business laptop. It's roomy and light, but it falls short in some little ways and one big way—battery life.
This password manager offers a simple interface and straightforward features.
Jedi: Fallen Order borrows liberally from other games, but a strong supporting cast, clever level design, and a cute little droid companion make Respawn's Star Wars story more than the sum of its parts.
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The Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard may bring relief to aching arms, but it's not for everyone.
Google's game streaming service Stadia is occasionally exciting, often disappointing, and more than a little perplexing, releasing this week full of half-finished features and a subscription that serves barely any purpose.
Kingston's KC600 costs considerably more than bargain 2.5-inch SATA SSDs, but it's a much better overall performer.
Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 6 14 (2019) review: A solid, bargain-priced 2-in-1 saddled with iffy battery life
Lenovo's IdeaPad 6 14 packs a quad-core CPU and a full-HD touchscreen into a 2-in-1 form factor. Its battery and display could be better, but for just $500, you’re still getting a lot.
There are phones that are difficult to recommend - and there’s the Mate 30 Pro.
Turtle Beach's wireless take on the Elite Atlas improves on the original with built-in controls, software-side support, and more. At twice the price though, this upgrade doesn't have the same breakout appeal.
Google make home networking as effortless as everything else.
If you’re looking for the best, the AirPods Pro rate among them in a way that the iconic and original true wireless earbuds didn’t.
AMD's 16-core Ryzen 9 3960X reigns supreme as the most powerful consumer CPU we've ever seen
Brave Software releases its privacy-minded Brave browser for general use. It's an excellent, streamlined browser that commits itself to your privacy, and with the potential to make you some money, too.
With a display that reaches up to 500", you can enjoy the latest 4K content, with superior image quality and a high contrast ratio. Lining up the picture is effortless using lens shift, optical zoom and keystone correction. It's easy to set up, stream content and get sound with built-in speakers or Bluetooth.
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