Category: Product Review

September 28, 2020

Audeze LCD-1 Review: The Best Headphones Under $500

Missing live music? These corded, lightweight planar magnetic cans give you the next best thing.


by Parker Hall in Gear
September 27, 2020

TCL 6-Series TV Review (2020): It’s Our Favorite TV, Again

Mini-LED backlighting, clever cable management, and built-in Roku are just a few of its standout features.


by Parker Hall in Gear
September 25, 2020

Sony A8H 4K OLED Review: A Love Letter to the Home Theater

The company’s latest TV is a love letter to the home theater, a display defined by its otherworldly vibrance.


by Jess Grey in Gear
September 24, 2020

Motorola One 5G Review: It Has Battery for Days

Forget plugging in every night. This phone lasts more than 48 hours on a charge.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear
September 21, 2020

1More ColorBuds Review: The Comfiest Earbuds Around

The successor to WIRED’s favorite earbuds, these comfortable, affordable wireless headphones are our new top pick.


by Parker Hall in Gear
September 17, 2020

GoPro Hero 9 Black Review: Time to Upgrade

The company’s newest action camera adds a full-color front screen, 5K, and software enhancements that make capturing the moment easier than ever.


by Scott Gilbertson in Gear
September 14, 2020

Yamaha THR30 II Review: A Guitar Amp of the Future

This second-generation desktop amp is a wireless wunderkind that acts as a Bluetooth speaker and audio interface.


by Parker Hall in Gear
September 13, 2020

Knife Aid Review: A Decent, but Not Great, Mail-in Sharpening Service

This mail-in knife-sharpening service is a great convenience, but the quality of its work doesn’t always make the cut.


by Joe Ray in Gear
September 11, 2020

Vintage Electric Roadster Review: An Ebike That Offers Pure Joy

This café-racer-inspired ebike is an incredible ride, but it’s more than a touch expensive for these trying times.


by Parker Hall in Gear
September 10, 2020

Microsoft Surface Duo Review: Not Quite There

The company’s first dual-screen phone points to a future for mobile technology that is both exciting and disappointing.


by Julian Chokkattu in Gear