As with Google tradition, the recently released Pixel 7a features a slightly stripped down version of the main Pixel 7 line, while maintaining most of the camera prowess.
But this year, Google has brought the 7a even closer to the six-month old Pixel 7 by putting in a 90Hz display. Find out if this change tips the scales in deciding between the 2 devices.
Have you ever used your external monitor to watch your favourite Netflix shows? Without a display input device like a Laptop or Desktop, your monitor is essentially functionless.
But what if we integrated some of the processing power that Smart TVs already have, into a monitor?
That result is the Samsung Smart Monitor M5, a device capable of internet browsing and video streaming all on its own.
Find out about the pros and potential pitfalls of this unique recombinant of a monitor.
Have you ever heard of bespoke earbuds? Ones that have eartips custom-made to your ears? Well, Logitech has found a way to do just that with the G Fits, without needing a trip down to do your measurements.
Besides its unique proposition, the G Fits is everything premium: good gesture support, awesome audio and a well polished app.
But like everything, this is not perfect. It has one particular feature missing that makes it stick out like a sore thumb. Read more in the full review.
Nothing’s new True Wireless Earphones, Ear (stick) comes in a unorthodox lipstick shaped charging case that has a rotating mechanism to access the earbuds.
Will this form factor bring unique use cases to the table, or will it be a nightmare to durability? Find out in our 2 week review of the Nothing Ear (stick).