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In-Depth Review of the New Bee M50 Wireless Headset

These days, the world of wireless audio is rapidly expanding. This is largely thanks to the development of True Wireless Stereo in the mid-2010s. Prior to TWS technology, wireless signals could only be sent in mono mode. This made wireless earbuds a poor choice for anyone who wanted good audio quality. In 2017, Apple built the AirPods, and the iPhone went wireless-only. Thanks to TWS, …

Speedefy KX450 AX1800 WiFi 6 Router Review & Analysis

When WiFi technology first rolled out, most people weren’t using multiple devices. For the average home user, WiFi just made it easier to use the internet on your laptop. You could freely roam from room to room, check your email on AOL, and update your Myspace. Moreover, the average household wasn’t jam-packed with computers. At most, you might have three: the family computer, and mom’s …

Review of the X-Sense S21 2K Outdoor Security Camera

Not long ago, security cameras weren’t practical for the average person. For one thing, they needed to be hardwired, which doesn’t always work in a household setting. For another thing, there was no way to remotely monitor them. Unless you had constant, on-site monitoring, you had to record your video. And before digital video, that meant using a VCR. You also needed a big CRT …

In-Depth Review of the Redkey F10 Foldable Cordless Vacuum

When you think of the latest technology, what comes to mind? Maybe it’s a new game console. Maybe it’s that upgraded MacBook you’ve been eyeing. Maybe it’s even something practical, like a 4K dash cam or a fitness tracker. But whatever it is, we’re willing to be it’s not a vacuum cleaner. Sure, most people are vaguely aware that vacuums get better over time. But …