Nest Doorbell Quick Look: Welcome to your smart home

The new Nest Doorbell (battery) from Google is the successor to the excellent Nest Hello (wired). But the Nest Hello is expensive and only works with existing doorbell wiring. This new doorbell from Google fills both those gaps since it’s 500 SEK ($50 USD) cheaper and working off battery power (huray!). Whats in the box […]

Sony WF-1000XM4 Review: Master Class Earbuds

Sony’s latest attempt to kill the Airpods hype has arrived and even though they have the market’s undoubtedly worst name, I actually think the Sony WF-1000XM4 (from now on called XM4) may succeed this time. Launched earlier this summer (June to be precise), the XM4 earbuds tick most boxes for what you should expect from […]

LEGO Luigi Review: Mamma mia!

LEGO Luigi is the latest addition to the Super Mario Lego range, which focuses on bridging the game between digital and physical games. Just as his brother, Luigi lights up, makes squidging noises if you walk him across the floor, he interacts with enemies and objects, and putting him into a green pipe starts a 60-second […]

Fitbit Luxe Review: The most comfortable tracker to sleep with

Fitbit is back with a new stylish fitness tracker in its lineup and even though Fitbit may have defined the fitness tracker era, it’s produced some seriously ugly devices over the years. But they’re back to change that with the all-new Fitbit Luxe. For the last month, I’ve been wearing and testing the Luxe. Truth […]

Roccat Syn Pro Air Review: Superb Gaming Sound

Unveiled back in May, the Roccat Syn Pro Air has finally been released to the PC gaming community. However, the ever-evolving $150 wireless PC gaming headset market is crowded with great options, so a new competitor has to stand out in order to make a difference. Does the the new flagship headset from Roccat do […]

Google Nest Hub 2 Review: Tracks your sleep!

It’s been a while coming but the much-anticipated 2nd-gen Google Nest Hub is here. One of the highlights is a feature called Sleep Sensing which is achieved via a clever radar system. There are a few design tweaks and other upgrades from last gen as well. Let’s see whats new. Design and features Although it’s […]

Turtle Beach Recon 500 Review: Cheap headset expensive sound

New day, yet another gaming headset review. This time around its Turtle Beachs latest edition to their broad range of headsets, the Recon 500 that’ll go under the knife. Design and featuers Pointed squarely at the 1000 SEK and under market, I’d say that the design and finish of these Recon 500s matches the price […]

Roccat Kone Pro Review: Gaming Gone Gorgeous

My Steelseries Rival 650 is literary falling apart. Therefore, it came as a pleasant surprise that Roccat expands its series of gaming mice with the Kone Pro and Kone Pro Air. The two are similar enough that this review will cover both; more on that later. The big differences being that the Air is wireless […]

Razer Orochi v2 Review: A small success

Don’t be fooled by its small size. This tiny temptress could be for long gaming sessions. The Razer Orochi v2 is a small mouse who’s targeted at laptop gamers and its overall shape, tapered at the front and rear, lets it slip easily into any backpack pocket. It’s also the most low-profile gaming mouse the […]