GOOGLE PIXELBOOK GO

I've owned 3 Chromebooks over the last decade, none of which I've kept long enough to review.  And while I've only been writing reviews for 3 years, the point to be made is that I've never found a Chromebook worth keeping.  From the original Samsung Chromebook heralded for its durability years ago, to HP's top-of-the-line... Continue Reading →

GOOGLE PIXEL BUDS (2ND GEN)

I was so excited last year when Google announced the successor to their original Pixel Buds, a truly wireless, low-profile, sleek set of buds that would undoubtedly highlight some of Google’s best features, sound great and be super comfortable. And, well, they almost deliver. Design is, as expected, rock-solid, at least in terms of looks.... Continue Reading →

IPHONE 11 PRO

In spite of switching my personal phone late last year to Android (and specifically, a Galaxy Note 10+), I also had to upgrade my work cell phone.  Every two years we get an opportunity to upgrade, but it was really hard to justify a second Galaxy Note regardless of how awesome the performance was.  Also, I find... Continue Reading →

MIROIR SYNCQ M189 HD PROJECTOR

Last year I reviewed a projector that ended up providing significant entertainment value for my family, but in general, I find projectors to be a sort of "one trick pony:" they require very specific lighting conditions (in most cases), as well as a particular type and quality of surface for projecting in a way that... Continue Reading →

LOGITECH ERGO K860 KEYBOARD

Remember these?  Yeah, I do too.  And it's what I think of when I hear "ergonomic keyboard."  But this isn't that.  I've reviewed a number of Logitech products--the MX Master mice, accessory keyboards for iPads, and the Craft Keyboard with the dial at the top.  I'm a big, big fan of their products, even the... Continue Reading →

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