In Review: Enacfire Soundtank Bluetooth Speaker

We have definitely gotten into the swing of reviewing more audio products over the last year, though we’ve tended to focus more on the personal aspect of audio – be it via earbuds, headphones, or even headphone amps. Well, what if you want to share the sound? That’s where a solid bluetooth speaker can be handy, such as one like the Enacfire Soundtank that we got in recently.

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Some new heavy metal Casio Edifice models are available

Well, not heavy metal in the sense of thrashing the mosh pit, but hey, if you want to, you could. No, instead, these are some watches that give you a full metal jacket on the case and bracelet, while hooking on up to your phone. Oh, and giving you a nice dose of color as well – that’s what the Casio Edifice ECB20 models have in store for you.

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Grado is cutting the wires with the GT220

Many a brand has created what they tout as the best true wireless earbuds to hit the market. Some of these have been quite nice (see our review on the Audio Technica ones), and others have been better suited to the bargain bin. Well, when a company like Grado puts their name on a pair – as they have with the Grado GT220 – then one is inclined to believe it’s a top-shelf play.

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Now Funding: the Ajazz K620T Mechanical Keyboard

We here at Knapsack are big fans of mechanical keyboards, solely for the tactile feedback you get from the keys as you type. These sorts of keyboards have come a long way since their early roots, and can do all sorts of fun things. One the more recent compact boards we’ve seen pop up is the Ajazz K620T.

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Logitech unleashes MX Master 3 for Mac and iPadOS, and MX Keys keyboards, too

Logitech, makers of keyboards and mice among other things, want you to know that they have a mouse and keyboard just for iPad and Mac users.

The mouse is based on the popular MX Master 3, but has firmware optimized for Mac and iPadOS, and is now available in Space Gray (formerly in light gray or black only).

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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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Now you’re playing with (solar) Power!

Well, that was a pretty famous tagline from my youth, and perhaps yours as well. Of course, these days, when we’re talking power, it’s all about how to save it (at home) or how to provided it to your electron-hungy devices. These Solgaard devices might help with the first, but they definitely will improve things for the second.

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Cutting cords with the Audio Technica ATH-CK3TW

Truly, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to looking for a pair of headphones. Do you want over-the-ear, on ear, or in-ear? Do you want a wired connection, or bluetooth? And with bluetooth, do you want the headphones connected, or in a ?true wireless? guise? It?s that latter category – true wireless – that I?ve been exploring with the Audio Technica ATH-CK3TW.

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Going stealthy with the Casio Edifice ECB900PB-1A

I feel like I have looked at a lot of watches from the Casio Edifice lineup (protip: this one is my favorite so far). In fact, in some ways, the lineup is sort of like the weather. Don’t like what you see? Well, just wait awhile, because another one will come along that you might like the looks of. On the most recent ones I’ve spent time with is the Casio Edifice ECB900PB-1A.

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