Category: Gear / Reviews

December 10, 2019

Apple MacBook Pro Review (2019, 16-Inch): A Return to Form

The new MacBook Pro is a little boring, but after years of misfires in Apple’s laptop lineup, the machine reliably gets the job done.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear
December 6, 2019

Leica SL2 Review: Wonderful (If You Can Afford It)

The iconic company’s take on the big, powerful, DSLR-style camera delivers beautifully sharp, detailed images while offering surprisingly powerful video capabilities.


by Scott Gilbertson in Gear
November 25, 2019

Juiced Bikes Scorpion Rides the Line Between Cycling and Motorbiking

If you’re tiny, want a motorcycle, and don’t want to pay for insurance, there’s an e-bike for you.


by Adrienne So in Gear
November 23, 2019

TCL 6-Series TV Review: Our Favorite TV of 2019

With top-tier tech and an affordable price tag, TCL’s latest 6-Series is the best TV for most people.


by Parker Hall in Gear
November 21, 2019

LG G8X ThinQ Review: Two Screens Come at a Cost

LG’s latest phone comes bundled with a screen case, bridging the gap between a smartphone and a foldable.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear
November 20, 2019

Shark IQ Robot Review: Convenience Makes Up for a Low IQ

Shark’s first robot vacuum has a self-emptying bin, but it struggles to make a map.


by Adrienne So in Gear
November 18, 2019

Google Stadia Review: It’s Getting There

Google is a streaming game company now, for better and worse.


by Jess Grey in Gear
November 16, 2019

Liv Thrive E+ EX Pro Review: An E-Bike Made Just for Women

The designers of the Liv Thrive E+ EX-Pro posit that bicycle frames can be tweaked to accommodate the specific needs of more petite, more powerful riders.


by Stephanie Pearson in Gear
November 12, 2019

Apple AirPods Pro Review: The Best Earbuds for iPhone

With a comfortable fit, great sound, and awesome noise canceling, these are the best AirPods ever.


by Parker Hall in Gear
November 11, 2019

Microsoft Surface Pro X Review: Expensive, Unreliable, Untenable

The slim, light, 2-in-1 computer has a new chip that hobbles the machine’s ability to achieve the dreams that Microsoft had for it.


by Christopher Null in Gear