Thinkware X350 dash camera review

There are plenty of choices when it comes to dash cameras. Big cameras, small ones, front facing and rear. We’ve got an article on the blog about all the dash camera options and how to choose (read that here) but today we’re reviewing the Thinkware X350. Continue reading “Thinkware X350 dash camera review”

Beats by Dre Solo3 Wireless Headphones Review

Headphones are a dime a dozen these days… you can get headphones from $20 to $600.  Choosing headphones is personal, and everyone has a preference, whether it’s on-ear, over ear, in ear, noise cancelling or not… and of course sound quality comes into play big time.

I had a chance to test out my first pair of Beats by Dre headphones, these are the Beats Solo3 Wireless.  Beats are slick looking, popular, and expensive… so are they worth the hype? Let’s find out. Continue reading “Beats by Dre Solo3 Wireless Headphones Review”

Papago GoSafe 760 dash camera review

Dash cameras are growing in popularity because they’re an excellent way to give yourself some insurance if you ever get into an accident.  Wondering why you should get a dash camera or what dash cameras can do? Click here to read our article that answers those questions.

As part of our series on dash cameras, we’re checking out some of the top brands. Papago is one of them, and guest blogger Ron Leung had a chance to try one of their cameras for a month. This is his review.  Continue reading “Papago GoSafe 760 dash camera review”

Review – Living with my new Samsung Galaxy S8+

I’ve been toying with making a switch from Apple to Android for a while now. I’ve long been curious if the grass really is greener on the other side.

With a new Samsung Galaxy S8+ in hand I finally made the leap about five weeks ago. I wanted to spend an extended period of time living in this new world before writing my review. So after much use, some travel with the new phone and plenty of new apps, photo-taking and more, here it is. Continue reading “Review – Living with my new Samsung Galaxy S8+”

BlackBerry KEYone smartphone review

The rise and fall of Canadian technology giant BlackBerry is a well known story. But what you might not know is that BlackBerry’s climbing back up into popular culture once again with the release of its brand new phone, the BlackBerry KEYone.

The phone is BlackBerry’s first new offering I’ve paid attention to since I ditched my old Curve about ten years ago. Can it woo back business users and those for whom physical keyboards are a must have? I received one of the brand-new devices to test and review. Continue reading “BlackBerry KEYone smartphone review”

LG V20 smartphone review

YouTubers take note. If you’re looking for a great smartphone to further your video ambitions, the LG V20 could be the phone for you.

With advanced video and photo capabilities, the phone is a videographer’s dream.  I had a chance to play around with the V20 for a couple weeks to test and review. Continue reading “LG V20 smartphone review”

B&O Beoplay H9 ultra premium headphones review

Bang olufsen beoplay H9In a world where it’s not unusual to spend a couple hundred dollars on premium How fheadphones comes news that ultra premium headphones may be the next big thing.

Bang & Olufsen have brought out a pair of luxe wireless headphones that costs about three times what premium phones do. Do they sound three times as good or feel three times as comfortable? I received a pair of B&O Beoplay H9 headphones for testing and review for a few days to find out. Continue reading “B&O Beoplay H9 ultra premium headphones review”

IllumiBowl motion-activated toilet night light review

This light couldn’t be more fun and functional.  IllumiBowl’s toilet night light is just that; a way for you to find your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night, without the need to turn on harsh bright overhead lighting.
An alert reader asked me to check this light out and I have to say that while initially I thought it was kind of silly, now I love it. Continue reading “IllumiBowl motion-activated toilet night light review”

Heads Up display review: You’ll love Hudway Glass but hate its partner apps

We may not have self driving cars yet, but there are other ways to improve and streamline the driving experience. I recently received a sample of Hudway Glass. This compact plexiglass panel allows you to turn your smartphone into a heads-up display for your car. Continue reading “Heads Up display review: You’ll love Hudway Glass but hate its partner apps”

Ring Stick Up Camera Review

If you’ve ever wanted to watch over your property, you know security systems can be complicated and expensive. But things are simplified with the arrival of the Ring Stick Up Camera. Continue reading “Ring Stick Up Camera Review”