Anker’s original SoundBuds won our Co-Op for the best affordable Bluetooth earbuds, and the new Slim model has proven to be even more popular among our readers. By stuffing the battery and controls in a bulge in the cable, rather than inside the earpieces, these manage to be just as light and comfortable as wired…
Our readers have bought thousands of OxyLED’s T02 stick-anywhere LED night lights over the years, and now they come in sizes to fit any cabinet, closet, and hallway.
You probably already own a magnetic smartphone car mount, and thus have a magnetic plate behind your phone at all times. Now, Bestek’s magnetic desk mount lets you put it to use even when you aren’t in the car.
After some charged debate in this week’s nomination round, three models surged past the competition in our hunt for the best home theater surge protector. Check out the finalists below, and don’t forget to vote at the bottom of the post.
Hario’s Skerton coffee grinder is one of the best ways to grind beans when you’re away from home, and the first such item to join our bestseller club. They’ve been selling this thing since 2010, and it’s racked up a 4.2 star review average from over 2,000 Amazon customers, not to mention a Lifehacker recommendation.
Death, taxes, and homes without enough power outlets. These are the unavoidable facts of life, but at least you can do something about the third one. This week, we’re looking for the best home theater surge protector, so check out the rules, and then charge into the comments to nominate your pick.
The past few years have seen a deluge of Wi-Fi router innovation, but the Portal wifi router includes a key feature that’s basically unheard of in consumer technology.
Last week, Congress voted to give internet service providers permission to sell your private browsing data. Huge dick move! The one good thing to come out of it though was a wave of interest in VPN services, which people should probably be using regardless. The problem? There are a lot of them out there, and it can be…
We received dozens of nominations for the best everyday backpack, but once the deliberations were all zipped up, the GORUCK GR1 told all of its competitors to go ruck themselves.
Plenty of people, myself included, prefer the versatility and ergonomics of backpacks to single-shoulder messenger bags when it comes to lugging laptops and other gear from A to B, so this week, we’re looking to find the best. Check out the rules below, cinch up your straps, and head down to the comments to nominate…
I’ve tried using several portable Bluetooth keyboards (squishy and terrible) and keyboard cases (squishy, terrible and bulky) with my iPad, but iClever’s new folding keyboard is the first one I’m going to stick with.
Five water-resistant speakers made the cut after the nomination round of this week’s Co-Op, but which one will make the biggest splash? Check out the finalists below, and vote for your favorite at the bottom of the post.
Whether you’re singing in the shower or catching up on podcasts by the pool, water-resistant Bluetooth speakers are inexpensive, plentiful, and far more useful than the shower radios that preceded them. But with so many options, we want to know which ones are really worth the money, so check out the rules below, then…
Anker’s PowerLine and PowerLine+ cables were already our readers’ favorite charging cables, but the new PowerLine II line is even stronger, and comes with a hassle-free lifetime warranty.
Two hoodies shrugged off the competition in this week’s Co-Op, but only one can reign supreme, so it’s time for a run-off. Check out the competitors below, then vote for your favorite at the bottom of the post.