Jabra Elite 65t Review

Jabra Elite 65t

Jabra Elite 65t earbuds are ‘true wireless earbuds’, meaning there are no cables at all to contend with. Cheaper ‘wireless earbuds’ usually have a connecting cord between the two earbuds. While Apple Airpods may have popularized true wireless earbuds, options like the Jabra Elite 65t offer better physical features, a physical interface, and a much longer battery life.

Fujifilm X-T20 Review

Fujifilm X-T20

This mirrorless camera is a mid-range device, both in price and features. However, the features that are included are worth a look if you’d like a camera that can deliver great video and image quality in one piece of equipment. Although it looks clunky, it’s actually quite comfortable to use and feels satisfying to experience for yourself. Let’s see what else the camera has in store in our Fujifilm X-T20 review.

HP Sprocket Review

HP Sprocket

The most social printer around, the HP Sprocket is a tiny portable photo printer capable of printing out 2-inch x 3-inch photos from your mobile devices. It comes in a range of 6 bright colors, connects via Bluetooth 3.0, and includes easy-to-use mobile apps for perfecting your prints before sending them to the printer.

Fitbit Alta Review

Fitbit Alta

The Fitbit Alta is a lifestyle fitness tracker aimed at the moderately-interested user. Straight off the bat, there is no heart rate sensor. Instead, you’re offered customization. You can swap out the straps, making this a fashion accessory to some extent. I would say the Alta is a good buy, though it is old because it ticks the boxes for fitness casuals, not fitness freaks.

Fitbit Alta HR Review

Fitbit Alta HR

The Alta HR turned two years old this year, despite its age in a world of tech, the thing still holds up against newer models. I’d put this down to the size and the inclusion of a 24/7 heart-rate sensor. Being slim means the Alta HR can compete with the feature-heavy Charge range for the ‘I don’t want to wear a wearable’ crowd. As time goes on it is getting easier to find this great gadget at lower prices.

Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 V Review

Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 V

Sony truly steps up when it comes to creating quality electronics, and its Cyber-Shot RX100 line has maintained those high-quality standards throughout the production of the line.

The Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 V is the fifth in the Cyber-Shot RX100 line. It features the same level of aesthetic pleasure, functionality, and quality that many have come to love from other Sony products, including their Cyber-Shot line of cameras.

In this review, we will go over the design, specifications, and features of the Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 V. By the end, you may very well adore this camera and feel inclined to look into purchasing one for yourself for both personal and professional use.

Fitbit Versa Review

Fitbit Versa

Cheaper than the top-end Ionic, the Versa has enough features and faculties to compete with any smartwatch on its day. The Versa was the second attempt Fitbit made at a touchscreen smartwatch. The first, the flagship Ionic, came out in 2017. The Versa offers a lot of the same with some beneficial design tweaks but without built-in GPS.

Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II Review

Canon PowerShot G7X Mark II

Whether you happen to be new to photography or not, one of the most prevalent names in the industry is Canon. The company is well-known for its quality cameras and equipment, and its G7X Mark II model is an excellent example of their dedication to functionality and performance.

Combining impressive imaging qualities with refined handling, Canon’s PowerShot G7 X Mark II Digital Camera is a sleek, compact point-and-shoot camera characterized by its noteworthy feature-set. Its 20.1MP 1-inch CMOS sensor and the powerful DIGIC 7 image processor are only the tips of the iceberg in topics to touch on with this model.

In this review of the Canon PowerShot G7 Mark II Digital Camera, we will touch on some of its impressive features, compact design, and intricate specifications.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 Review

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8

Once a number one holiday seller on Amazon, the Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 still holds its own as one of the best instant cameras to be manufactured. Compact in size with a flashy pop of color, it may not look like much at first glance. However, this little instant camera was built to surprise you even in the digital age.

Whether you happen to be new to analog photography or an old pro, there is definitely an allure to having one of these cameras. Since they’re as lightweight as they are compact, they won’t weigh you down or cause unbearable clutter, either. Their low price tag is also a bonus!

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 has a lot of features, some impressive specs, and is aesthetically pleasing to boot. In this review, we will explore some of the wonderful things about this camera, as well as some of the downsides.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Review

Fujifilm Instax Mini 9

Compact in size, the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera may not look like much at first glance. An analog instant camera usually cannot hold a candle to a digital camera in the modern world, in the opinion of most. However, this instant camera was built to shock you, even in the digital age.

Whether you happen to be new to analog photography or a professional, there is a warm familiarity to having one of these cameras and the instant gratification of a physical photograph. Their low price tag is just as pleasing.

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 has maintained the company standard for impressive specs, pleasing aesthetics, and a plethora of updated and new features. In this review, we will take a look at some of the great things about this camera, so you can see what it has to offer and make your own decision about it.