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Aukey's DR01 takes great day and night video. The optional GPS can take a while to initialize, but the big issue is that the camera won't record at all after 12-volt power is removed. That means it may not capture all of an incident so if a poor choice for legal protection.
Amazon is selling the Anker Power Cube for $19.54, matching its all-time low.
It’s the Swiss Army Knife of micro stereo systems.
Based on the PUSH band for pro athletes, Nexus automatically records all your body movements, and spits out granular data on power, cadence and more.
The excellent-sounding S2000 Pro speakers have more in common with studio monitors than your average bookshelf or Bluetooth speaker. Top notch stuff at a very reasonable price.
Google has updated its Fit app for the first time in many months, bringing yet another clue that it is working on its own Pixel smartwatch.
Find the best Fitbit for your activity level and habits, without spending more than you need.
Samsung's Q9FN TV offers better blacks than last year's model, and is arguably the best TV on the market. The series is also a lot less expensive than it was last year.
Logitech's new vertical mouse keeps your hands at a 57-degree angle for comfort over long work sessions.
The Apeman C550 offers good daytime and night video and an optional $13 GPS module. But the included rear camera is a throw-in that doesn't cut the mustard.
You can get a Fitbit Charge 2 for $120 or an Ionic for $150 at Amazon today.
You’ll find Denon’s Heos HomeCinema HS2 soundbar and wireless subwoofer a solid, feature-rich package.
The Owl Car Cam combines a clever, ground-breaking design with instant video uploads via LTE for 24-hour car security. However, the Android app, HDR for low-light video, and GPS video watermarking are key features it lacks.
Apple is rumored to be adding Pencil support to the new OLED iPhones. Here's how that could work.