Here is the latest Personal Tech News from Wired Magazine.
Review: HP Chromebook 13
These Wool-Blend Tees Will Keep Your Outdoorsing Stink-Free
Merino wool and synthetic nylon are being blended in new ways to create technical tees that block BO and keep you cool. The post These Wool-Blend Tees Will Keep Your Outdoorsing Stink-Free appeared first on WIRED.
Review: Nvidia GTX 1080
Review: Yi 4K Action Camera
Review: Blu R1 HD
Review: Motorola Moto Z
Review: Naim Mu-so Qb
Minimalist yet conspicuous, the Mu-so Qb is the ideal wireless speaker to prop out a glass-sheathed designer apartment on the West side of Manhattan. The post Review: Naim Mu-so Qb appeared first on WIRED.
Review: Husqvarna Automower 450x
Review: Huawei Honor 5X
Review: Sony PS-HX500 Turntable
Review: Wahoo Fitness Elemnt
Review: Motorola VerveOne Wireless Earbuds
Review: OnePlus 3
Review: Samsung Gear Fit2
Go Shuck, Yourself: 4 Oyster Knives Reviewed
Review: Yuneec Typhoon H
Review: Iris Smart Home Watering System
Review: Jaybird Freedom
Review: Xiaomi Mi 5
Review: Pat’s Backcountry Beverages
Hike to the top of our favorite mountain, and you may find yourself thinking that the only possible way to make it better would be with a tall, cold one. The post Review: Pat’s Backcountry Beverages appeared first on WIRED.
Review: Kindle Oasis
Review: T-Fal OptiGrill Plus
Review: Apple MacBook
Review: Roku Streaming Stick (2016)
Review: Libratone Zipp
Review: DJI Phantom 4
Review: Beoplay A1
The Danish company Bang & Olufsen has released a new Bluetooth speaker, the Beoplay A1, which comes pre-accessorized with a quaint little leather strap. The post Review: Beoplay A1 appeared first on WIRED.
Review: FujiFilm X70
Review: Amazon Tap
Review: Audeze Sine
Review: Breville PolyScience Control Freak
This is a badass (and expensive!) induction burner that will change the way you approach hot food preparation. Seriously, it’s excellent. The post Review: Breville PolyScience Control Freak appeared first on WIRED.
Review: 12 Ways the 9.7-inch iPad Pro Is Different
Considering upgrading to a new iPad Pro so you can use it as your only computer and kiss your laptop goodbye? Here’s what you really need to know. The post Review: 12 Ways the 9.7-inch iPad Pro Is Different appeared first on WIRED.
Review: Apple iPhone SE
Review: Oculus Rift
Review: 2017 Acura NSX
Review: FujiFilm X-Pro2
Review: Panasonic Lumix GX8
This micro four thirds camera is bigger than most in its class, but its fantastic image quality is an acceptable tradeoff for the extra bulk. The post Review: Panasonic Lumix GX8appeared first on WIRED.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge
Samsung’s latest flagship phones have the best low-light cameras of any handset. The rest of their specs are state-of-the-moment, too. The post Review: Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge appeared first on WIRED.
Review: Razer Blade Stealth Ultrabook
Review: Avegant Glyph
Review: System76 Lemur
This 14-inch laptop isn’t just another portable workstation. It runs Linux and it’s made for people who solely use free software. A rare animal indeed. The post Review: System76 Lemur appeared first on WIRED.
Review: iPhone Smart Battery Case
Review: Mota JetJat Nano
This drone is so tiny, it fits inside of its own controller. And flying it is actually really fun.
Review: Dell XPS 15 Touch
Dell continues to advance the XPS series, pushing high-end computing performance in a (reasonably) portable platform.
Review: Mi In-Ear Headphones
This November, Xiaomi released a new set of Mi in-ear headphones.
Review: Rabbit Freezable Beer and Whiskey Glasses
Rabbit’s new freezable bar glasses do what they say they do, but, why you’d want them to do that is pretty much a mystery.
Review: Parrot Bebop 2
A fun drone you can fly using just your phone.
Review: Fairphone 2
What if you could repair your phone yourself?
Review: DrinkMate Carbonator
For bartenders and cocktail aficionados, carbonation of more than water is an exciting prospect.
Review: Bragi Dash
Truly wireless headphones are here. Can you hear me now?
Review: Klipsch Reference X6i
At $179, the Klipsch Reference X6i is the least expensive of the company’s newest line of in-ear headphones.