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The Tascam 202 MK VII USB cassette deck is the best we've seen for digitizing audio cassettes (in good condition), but at $500, it's a very expensive option.
This pretty little near-field speaker will sound great on your desk, but it's not the right choice for parties or taking your tunes outdoors.
Fashionable design and high-quality sound get this streaming speaker in the door; its ability to tune in everything from FM radio to Spotify and internet radio will convince you to take it with you.
Thousands of free books are waiting to be enjoyed on your Amazon Kindle e-reader. You just have to know where to look.
Strong sound, clear dialogue, DTS Virtual:X, and the ability to connect two Bluetooth devices at once make this small speaker a winner.
Thanks to Kano, computer coding is the latest class at Hogwarts. The educational-tech startup follows its Computer Kit Complete with a new Harry Potter wand that teaches coding through interactive games and spells.
Samsung's new Wireless Duo Charger has leaked and it reminds us: Where the heck is AirPower?
You won't be getting Nintendo's beloved "mini" console for a discount, but it hasn't been listed on Amazon for months.
At the Inspire conference this week, Microsoft's Yusuf Mehdi told attendees that it wants to win back consumers. But to do so will require new products and services, not just marketing.
HP's Sprocket Printer is a very small, battery-powered printer that lets you make happy snaps for your friends. It has a steep $40 discount today.
Slick style and outstanding build quality can't make up for sonic shortcomings.
That's a significant discount off the list price of $70.
Oculus, Valve, AMD, and Microsoft have backed VirtualLink, a new VR display consortium that will use USB-C as a standardized interface for VR devices.
Here are the best Amazon Prime Day deals for tech obsessed students heading to school.