Introducing: Able Carry Daily Backpack

                                                       

Earlier this week, we brought you our hands-on review of the Able Carry Max backpack (you can read that here). I found it to work out perfectly as a bag that can do dual-duty as both a commuter as well…

Introducing: Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro

                                                       

While I’ve tested out a number of different sets of headphones and earbuds over the last two years, the ones I keep coming back to time and again are the ones from Soundcore. They offer a solid mix of features,…

In Review: Eufy Robovac X8

                                                       

Reviewing robovacs sucks. It’s hard to really tell what one does better than the next and the only real test of a unit’s value is its overall longevity. What sucks today may blow tomorrow. Therefore I moved with trepidation into…

In Review: Able Carry Max Backpack

                                                       

Back in July, we introduced you to the backpack company Able Carry (seen here). Since that time, we’ve had the Able Carry Max Backpack in for review, and have been spending time with it – including a grand Out West…

In Review: The ddHiFi Tc35i Audio Adapter

                                                       

Listening to lossless music on your iPhone is actually quite hard. If you have AirPods, for example, you can listen to nearly lossless audio which ranges from 16-bit/44.1 kHz. To listen to Hi-Res Lossless, which streams at up to 24-bit/192kHz.…

Introducing: Mudita Bell and Harmony

                                                       

Mudita seems to be getting into all sorts of minimalist hardware design. First came their phone (which we wrote about here), and then more recently their automatic wrist watch (covered here). Well, now they want to help you go to…