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The Casio Edifice EQB-600D is an interesting take on the smart watch. It won’t keep you up to date with notifications, but the features it has work well. The main attraction is the battery life which is almost infinite. If you’re not in the market for a charge-every-day smartwatch but see the benefits in a smarter-watch then this could be the watch for you. Read on to find out more.
Devices with Thunderbolt 3 started coming to the market in 2016, with the new MacBook Pro being a leading example. Thunderbolt 3 changes how cables work and choosing the right cable can really important for performance and charging. CalDigit have released their Thunderbolt 3 cables that are fully compliant with the specification – read on to find out if you should buy one.
Withings launched their latest health-centric connected device: Thermo. This cloud-enabled thermometer is great for gadget-loving parents and helps you by keeping track of a fever, better yet, it advises you what to do next.
The Caldigit USB-C Dock really does provide a one-cable solution for modern USB-C laptops, with high power charging for the laptop and your peripherals. Supporting video, audio, networking and USB through this single cable is a real bonus, especially now that ports are becoming unfashionable on certain laptops. Read on to see if it’s time to say goodbye to your dongles.
If you are looking for a high-performing, hackable router then the Linksys WRT3200ACM fits the bill. Performance is top notch, pricing is reasonable and the WRT design continues to appeal.
The new WiFi systems all aim to provide a blanket of speedy WiFi throughout your house. Most use a form of mesh networking, but Netgear has chosen an innovative route with Orbi. Using a dedicated wireless link to the main router is a great idea, and it works really well in practice. But just how does the Orbi compare to the mesh networking rivals?