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Tune those tris with Tempo

Well, and any other number of muscle groups, we suppose. A few months back, we brought you word of a home setup rowing machine which seemed a fit for working out at home. While gyms are opening back up, maybe you’re not ready to actually go back – and I can’t blame you. Well, if you’re looking for some guided coaching and classes, perhaps Tempo could be of help.

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There’s minimal, and then there’s the Smallet

When it comes to your wallet, well, you probably don’t think too much about it other than making sure you’ve got your cards, and probably some cash. As part of something you carry every day, though, it’s worth giving it some thought, as it can really help you slim down what is in your pocket. To that end, the most minimal one I’ve seen to date (other than a rubber band or binder clip) is the Smallet.

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You can get casually fit with the Polar Unite

Right off the bat, I’ll put a disclaimer out there – I like the Polar products, and use a Polar Vantage M daily for tracking my jogging and bike riding (and the gym sessions, whenever that opens up again). The Polar Ignite was the first foray into a less intense watch, and now they’re back with the Polar Unite in that same vein.

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Vizio is bringing that summertime heat

We’ve focused a good bit on the products coming from Vizio, as they seem to offer a great “bang for your buck” while bringing along some nice technology. Even on the lower end, their products can really spruce up your current setup. Today, we’ll give you a quick rundown of their new products.

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One collection to rule them all – introducing Vizio Movies Anywhere

With our various media collections, it can be tricky to keep track of what services you’ve purchased what on. Once upon a time, it was simple – you went to your shelf, grabbed the disc, and away you went. Now, with so much of it delivered digitally (even if you have a Blu-ray), it can be tricky to remember where you’ve got things, let alone have a unified search. The Vizio Movies Anywhere looks to correct that issue.

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Want a wireless mechanical keyboard? The Keychron K8 has you covered.

As of late, I’ve focused more and more on mechanical keyboards, now that I’ve actually been exposed to them. We reviewed a full-sized option from Das Keyboard, and then we also looked at a more compact, Tenkeyless option from Vortex. This latest offering is in that compact vein, but offers something I’ve not tried out – bluetooth connectivity. Meet the Keychron K8.

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Doing some backyard cooking with the BioLite CampStove 2

If you recall, back in April we told you about a new carbon-neutral BioLite CampStove 2 bundle (right here). As I mentioned in that article, we had a sample coming in for review. And while the lockdowns prevented us from going camping (so far), I did take this through some paces in our backyard, just to get an idea of how the BioLite CampStove 2 works.

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Training the brain with Mendi

If you recall when we first told you about the Mendi brain-training headset (over here) we said we’d be able to give you a hands-on review. While the campaign is closed, they are in an “In Demand” phase so you can still order one at a discount. So, here we are with our thoughts after spending some time with a prototype.

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You can keep an eye on your heart with the WearLinq eWave

To be perfectly frank, so can your doctor. Over the last year, we’ve been seeing more devices that move from just simply tracking your heart rate (like most fitness trackers and many smart watches) to having a device that can actually provide medical diagnostics. The Apple Watch was one of the first, and now the WearLinq eWave is aiming to be the most recent.

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