HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 Core PC review: Bang for your buck
PC gaming can be an expensive hobby, but a standard headset doesn’t have to break the bank. The HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 Core for PC is a great entry-level headset that combines superb comfort and great sound.
Kensington H3000 Headset review: A solid connection
A headset is a mandatory accessory for work-from-home productivity, and the Kensington H3000 Headset checks all the boxes for comfort, battery life, and even gaming.
Kensington Docking Station MD120U4 review: Maximum mobility
Road warriors who need to pack light but don’t want to sacrifice desktop functionality should check out the Kensington Docking Station MD120U4, a portable docking station that adds multiple inputs in a small footprint.
iPad 10th Gen review: A high price to pay
The latest iPad base model is a solid update that includes an updated chassis and improved components. But compromises in Apple Pencil functionality, an expensive keyboard accessory, and higher price make the iPad 10th Gen hard to recommend.
iPhone 14 Pro review: Now departing Dynamic Island
The latest iPhone 14 Pro has landed with a handful of new features, including an Always-On display, new Dynamic Island interface, and a 48MP main camera. But the glossy hardware and software updates may not be enough to warrant an upgrade.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 review: Form, function, and fashion
To fold or not to fold? That is a question that Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.’s answers confidently with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 – a device that combines form, function, and fashion in a versatile product.
HP Pavilion x360 14-inch Intel Core i3-1215U Notebook review
With a new batch of 12th Gen Intel Core CPUs, HP Inc. has dropped its HP Pavilion x360 14-inch notebook (14-ek00113dx) which includes a mid-range Core i3 1215U, a powerful mid-range chip that’s also power hungry.
MacBook Air M2 review: Stuck in mid-air
Apple Inc.’s MacBook Air M2 is ready for takeoff. It has a new chassis and a new engine, but more optimal choices in the MacBook lineup keep the base model stuck in mid-air.
Steam Deck review: Portable power that inherits PC problems
Portable gaming PCs have been relegated to laptop format for decades.
Analogue Pocket review: Peak portable preservation
Nintendo Co., Ltd.’s Game Boy was a pioneer in video game handhelds. As the first portable system to allow interchangeable cartridges, it paved the way for a number of competitors which, to this day, have not been able to crush the company’s dominance in the space.