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Kensington Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard Review: Mastering This Split-style Keyboard Takes Patience
19th Nov 2019 [3 days ago] from PCWorld
The Pro Fit Ergo Wireless Keyboard joins standing desks and ergonomic chairs as another means of defense against the beating our bodies take at the office. Its “ergonomist-approved design” (quirkily shaped, as you’d expect) presumably...
Kindle Vs. Kindle Paperwhite Vs. Kindle Oasis: Which Is Best
19th Nov 2019 [3 days ago] from PCWorld
When it comes to the Kindle e-reader, the decision often isn’t whether to buy one, but which one to buy. Amazon currently offers three models: the All-new Kindle, All-new Kindle Paperwhite, and All-new Kindle Oasis. As their names make...
Philips Hue Smart Button Review: Drop A Switch For Your Hue Lights Just About Anywhere
19th Nov 2019 [3 days ago] from PCWorld
This toggle button is surprisingly capable, but it can’t control other smart lighting systems.
Samsung Q60R 4K UHD Smart TV Review: The QLED Color Experience For Less
19th Nov 2019 [3 days ago] from PCWorld
The Q60R delivers Samsungs full quantum dot color experience and lux QLED features at an affordable price point. But there are trade-offs
Upgrading To A 5G Phone: Whens The Right Time?
19th Nov 2019 [3 days ago] from PCWorld
If you’ve even glanced at a tech blog this year, you’ve surely seen the term 5G. Hailed as the next big advancement in mobility, 5G will be an enormous breakthrough for smartphones and other connected devices, letting us download movies...
Should You Wait For Black Friday To Upgrade Your PC?
18th Nov 2019 [3 days ago] from PCWorld
Ask the internet if you should wait until Black Friday to upgrade your PC, and you’ll get a stream of comments dismissing it as a time for good deals.They’re not wrong, but they’re not exactly right, either. Even in 2019, which is...
Logitechs Adaptive Gaming Kit Makes Playing More Affordable For Gamers With Disabilities
18th Nov 2019 [4 days ago] from PCWorld
Not all gamers can use gamepads. Microsoft’s monumental Xbox Adaptive Controller Kit broke down walls, making it much easier for people with disabilities to play games. On Monday, Logitech pushed the cause forward yet again with a $100...
Disney+ Hack Panic Stresses Why You Need To Use Unique Passwords
18th Nov 2019 [4 days ago] from PCWorld
The scary headlines started popping up almost immediately. “Thousands of hacked Disney+ accounts are already for sale on hacking forums,” ZDNet proclaimed last week. This morning, the BBC followed up with “Disney+ fans without answers...
Google Stadia Review: A Glimpse Of A Future Some Other Company Will Probably Perfect
18th Nov 2019 [4 days ago] from PCWorld
With Stadia, there are no easy answers. Every compliment I want to pay Google’s game streaming service—and there are quite a few actually—is shackled to a caveat, a complication, or a complaint. Sometimes all three.That’s a problem....
Kingston KC600 SATA SSD: Top-tier Performance, Top-tier Price
18th Nov 2019 [4 days ago] from PCWorld
If you’re looking for top-tier 2.5-inch SSD performance, you’d be hard-pressed to find anything better than Kingston’s KC600. It’s thin, light, and there’s no drop in performance during long writes, as is the case with many bargain...
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