Use up to four iOS devices into extended displays for your Mac using a Lightning to USB cable or local Wi-Fi network.
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SteelSeries Nimbus+ controller review: A fantastic choice for Apple enthusiasts, but you’ll pay for it
This is the best MFi controller you can buy, but the $70 price tag makes it tough to justify.
Motorola’s latest keeps things humble.
The new iPhone SE is an indulgent return to what was but a sobering reminder that even what’s old is new again has limits.
It took six years for someone to make a better digital card game than Blizzard, but Riot may have done just that.
Nifty File Lists allows you to save file lists in Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers and Pages-friendly CSV (Comma-Separated Values), TSV (Tab-Separated Values), and even HTML formats.
Add geotags to photos shot using DSLR cameras without built-in GPS hardware, or edit geotag information embedded in existing digital photos.
They're big and heavy, but these $200 sport headphones track heart rate and balance sound for running.
For $150 you get two wireless charging pads, an Apple Watch charger, and 30W USB-C PD output.
The Magic Keyboard is Apple’s best effort at making a keyboard case for the iPad Pro so far, but we really wish it had a row of function keys, A lower price would be nice, too.
Avast is an excellent antivirus suite, but with the free option offering so much is the premium version worth the cost?
When spending less money gets you a better display, longer battery life, sharper optics, 5G connectivity and less worries, being able to fold a 6.7-inch screen in on itself doesn’t seem nearly so tempting.
For those keen on a cheap Android handset that lacks flavor but provides plenty of value, the RealMe 6 is the brand’s best bet yet.
The RealMe C3 is a budget phone trying its best to be a budget phone and, even if it’s pretty good at it, it cuts one too many corners for its own good.
Windscribe for Mac is simple to use and offers pretty much everything you need at a very low price.
High-speed storage for hi-res photos and videos on the go!
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I have had the pleasure of owning notebooks from Dynabook’s predecessor Toshiba for both work and leisure in the past. Toshiba’s attention to quality of build and design of the notebooks is second to none. The re-branding to Dynabook and the launch of the new range was completed in early 2019. I am pleased to confirm that not only did Dynabook further refine what Toshiba has left off; they have set a new benchmark for the ultra-light notebook category.
This smart laptop was enjoyable to use and great to work on – creating content was super simple.
It really doesn’t get more “gaming laptop” than this.
As the Maserati or BMW of laptops, it would fit perfectly in the hands of a professional needing firepower under the hood, sophistication and class on the surface, and gaming prowess (sports mode if you will) in between.
The MSI PS63 is an amazing laptop and I would definitely consider buying one in the future.
This small mobile printer is exactly what I need for invoicing and other jobs such as sending fellow tradesman details or step-by-step instructions that I can easily print off from my phone or the Web.
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