While it’s equipped with a 10,000mAh batter, the roughly 3.5-inch-square device makes a better flashlight than a power bank. Its 20 dual-element LED elements can be set to four brightness settings to produce 500, 320, 250, or 170 lumens respectively when the LEDs are set to produce white and yellow light. You can also change the color temperature of the light, from the aforementioned yellow/ white to a cool white and warm yellow.
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TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR PASSWORDS USING iCLOUD KEYCHAIN ON YOUR iPHONE, iPAD, & MAC
IT’S MORE POWERFUL THAN YOU THINK.
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VIRTUALIZATION IS KEY, BUT THE LACK OF A CONSUMER VERSION OF MICROSOFT’S M1 -COMPATIBLE OS KEEPS THE SITUATION IN DOUBT.
Solutions to your most vexing Mac problems.
AirVPN: Excellent service that power users will love
An excellent service with a known history, a solid network, and very good speeds.
AIRPODS MAX: OPULENT AUDIO THAT SHOULDN'T COST SO MUCH
APPLE’S HIGH-END HEADPHONES LOOK, SOUND, AND FEEL GREAT, BUT THE PRICE ISN’T RIGHT.
Tribit XFree Go headphone: Amazing sound, great price, and one glaring flaw
These cans sound like headphones that cost three or four times as much, but the controls on not one but two review units locked up after an hour or so of sustained use.
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I have two desktop Mac setups, one at home and one at the Macworld office (ah, going to the office, those were the days).
What we’re raving about this month
Bluesound Powernode 2i (with HDMI): Bodacious sound from a micro-sized box
This self-amplified multiroom music streamer delivers high-res audio experiences that Sonos won’t, but Bluesound’s user experience isn’t nearly as polished.
Aukey EP-N5: Entry-level ANC that gets it (mostly) right
Good sound and decent active noise canceling for a wallet-friendly price.