A decent mechanical keyboard is a great investment for any computer user. But can you get away with just a $50 model, or do you need to go with a high-end model to reap the full benefits? The post Sure, You Can Buy a Cheap Mechanical Keyboard. But You’re Missing Out appeared first on WIRED.
Microsoft's first activity tracker offers a lot of smart functionality. But the absence of a few key features keep it from acheiving true greatness. The post Battle of the Bands appeared first on WIRED.
This $50 wireless gadget lets you use one keyboard to type input into multiple devices. It works with iOS, Mac, Windows and Android---switching between paired devices is done using the selection dial located just above the Escape key. The post Review: Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 Logitech appeared first on WIRED.
The new Nexus 6 from Google and Motorola is a great device that wins in most, but not all, respects. The operating system is great, but the hardware is a bit bulky and needs a faster camera. The post Review: Nexus 6 Google appeared first on WIRED.
Best to think of Toshiba’s new Satellite Radius 11 not as a cheap laptop but as a cheap Windows tablet that happens to have a keyboard attached to it. The post Review: Satellite Radius 11 L15W Toshiba appeared first on WIRED.
The sensor-packed Parrot Zik 2.0 headphones are a tinkerer's dream. These Bluetooth noise-cancelling cans let you sculpt sounds and control your device. The post Review: Zik 2.0 Parrot appeared first on WIRED.
The OnePlus One is among the best Android handsets on the current market. At $299 unlocked, it's also one of the best deals in smartphones. But demand for the upstart device is so high, it's become exceedingly difficult to actually purchase one. The post Review: One OnePlus appeared first on WIRED.
Belkin's Smart LED Bulbs don't break any new ground, but the WeMo starter kit does offer some genuinely useful automation options that other Wi-Fi bulbs lack. The post Review: WeMo LED Lighting Starter Kit Belkin appeared first on WIRED.
The $99 Nexus Player, the first set-top streamer to run Android TV, offers novel features for a big-screen platform. It's a work in progress, but a very promising one. The post Review: Nexus Player Google appeared first on WIRED.