Review of the Skullcandy Hesh 3 Wireless Headphones

If you look at all the latest product releases from headphone manufacturers, you’d think cords were headed the way of VHS tapes and payphones. While we still think you can make a strong case for a pair of quality, reliable, corded headphones, clearly the market shift toward wire-free is here to stay. Wireless headphones have existed in various forms for a number of years but …

Treblab X2 Bluetooth Earbuds with Beryllium Speakers Review

Throughout the past several years, Treblab has evolved from an unkown startup to one of the most trusted and reputable, budget-friendly choices when it comes to portable audio. We initially reviewed their XR100 and XR500 headphones and absolutely loved them. We didn’t think they were going to be that impressive, but we thought wrong. This year, they released a few newer models like the X11, …

Review of the HP ENVY Photo 7855 All-In-One Printer

With all the fascinating new technology that gets released on a regular basis, it’s not often we take a look at the humble printer. While printers were once a significant investment that home users and businesses paid to maintain and repair, over time manufacturers have released significantly less expensive options. While this may simply be a result of reduced production costs, many suspect that the …

Bose Soundwear Companion Wireless Wearable Speaker Review

Bose built a reputation, and a tremendously successful company, by doing things differently. Founded in 1964, Amar Bose based his company on the principal that most contemporary speakers failed to account for the acoustic properties of the room or the actual listening experience of the user. While many speakers followed a “bigger is better” philosophy, Bose crafted smaller products that managed to create a big …

First-Look Review of the Optoma UHZ65 4K Ultra High Definition Projector

Most of us remember past years of standard definition TV, VHS tapes, and even fiddling with “rabbit ear” antennas in an often-futile attempt to reduce the static on one of the few channels that actually came in. The evolution through DVD, High Definition digital cable, Blu-Ray, and large format LCD TVs was astounding. In one generation, we advanced from squinting at small, bulky CRT screens …