Electronics Archive

Review of the Car and Driver Intellidash Pro Wireless Touchscreen

One of the benefits of Apple as a brand is that all your devices work together. Your iPhone, iPad, MacBook and Apple Watch all work in the same ecosystem, and share the same settings. It all works seamlessly, and that’s a big part of what makes Apple such a popular brand. You can even use voice commands with Siri, across all your devices. The downside …

Testing & Review of the Nuetsa Surge Protector (Power Strip)

These days, we use a lot more electronic devices than we used to. Your desk could easily have a desktop tower, a monitor, an AC charger, a lamp, and an external hard drive. That’s five devices, and you haven’t even plugged in a tablet, or added a second monitor, and so on. Point being, even a relatively modest setup will require more than the two …

Best Ring Video Doorbell, Stick Up & Spotlight Cam Battery Chargers

A few years ago, the idea of owning your own doorbell camera would have seemed outlandish. For one thing, cameras were simply too large. Businesses might have a hardwired, closed-circuit camera system. Hotel buildings and mansions might even have a buzzer with an intercom at the entrance. But an actual doorbell, with a camera built into the housing, was not realistic until about a decade …

Bluetti B230, B300 Review (with the AC200 Max & AC300)

If you were to visit the average American 100 years ago, they would own zero electronic devices. Yes, electricity was a thing, and major cities had electric street lights. But fancy gizmos like vacuum cleaners and radios were still only found in wealthier homes. Fast forward to 2021, and everyone depends on their electronics for life’s necessities. We use our smartphones alone for dozens of …

POWRUI USB Wall Charger Review (6-Outlet Extender)

These days, our electronic devices are proliferating. Instead of a single PC, many homes are packed with tablets, laptops, and smartphones – one for each person. This has been hugely beneficial in terms of our ability to communicate and interact with the world. Your smartphone alone is a tool for banking, ordering food, and getting traffic directions. Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that you can …