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Xbox Series S First Impression
Smaller but not small in performance
What Can This Electrical Beast Do?
Each Ride Mode consists of a specific combination of power, regeneration, throttle response, and traction control settings. LiveWire comes with four pre-programmed modes: sport, road, range, and rain, along with three ride modes the rider can customize.
Is This The New Era Of In Ear Speakers ?
Galaxy buds live
ASUS ROG ZEPHYRUS G14
THE ANIMEMATRIX DISPLAY IS MADE UP OF 1,215 INDIVIDUAL MINI-LEDS AND IS CUSTOMIZABLE USING THE ARMOURY CRATE SOFTWARE
ASUS ROG PHONE 3
The ASUS ROG Phone 3 is a perfect phone for gamers and the ones who love RGB Lighting everywhere. It is the world’s First Flagship to come with the Snapdragon 865 Plus and ROG Gamecool 3.
Best True Wireless Stereo August 2020
Jabra Elite active 75t
What Is The Reality Of AI
It's not what it looks like on surface
iPad vs Mac
The ultimate devices for work from anywhere
Valve's hotly anticipated Steam Deck handheld delayed until 2022
Supply chain issues strike again
iPad mini (2021)
Apple’s most portable iPad gets a complete redesign and a pro feel
iPhone 13 Pro
Yes, it’s good, but is it enough to tempt you?
Tronsmart Mega Pro Bluetooth speaker: Big bass, small price tag
The industrial design is a snore, but the performance will keep you from nodding off.
Microsoft Surface Pro 8: A superior Windows 11 tablet
Microsoft's latest Surface ushers in Windows 11 with an outstanding new Surface tablet.
The iPhone 13’s leaps forward for photo & video
Asus ROG GS-AX5400
Strix router is bettered by ProArt equivalent
Asus ZenWiFi XD6
DESPITE OUR RAPID progress as a species over the last 200 years, the global footprint for radio noise has dwindled in the past two decades. Radio waves are slowly becoming quieter, the very things that ushered us into the realm of unhindered communication all those years ago are now becoming more refined and more sophisticated.
ASUS TUF Gaming VG28UQL1A
A 4K panel to satisfy both PC and console gamers?