Xiaomi has become a large company that makes all kinds of devices that we wouldn't have expected to see a couple of years ago. One such area is the vacuum cleaning market, where Xiaomi is present through its ROIDMI subsidiary. During the last few weeks, we've used a portable wireless vacuum cleaner made by them, called the ROIDMI Nano P1 (Model XCQP1RM). If you're interested in such a device, read this review to find out more about it before making a buying decision:ROIDMI Nano XCQP1RM: Who is it good for?
The ROIDMI Nano XCQP1RM is a good device for:
The Android tablets market is not as hot and contested as it was a few years ago. However, companies do release new models from time to time. Samsung has recently launched the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite - an Android tablet with a reasonable price and a lot to offer, including an S Pen stylus. We used it for about two weeks, and now we'd like to share our opinion about it. If you want to know what the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite can do and whether it's worth buying, read this review and find out:
If you're looking for an affordable wireless keyboard that also has a touchpad, Trust is one of the manufacturers that make such devices. The Trust Veza is a wireless keyboard that works with computers, notebooks, and also with smart TVs. Do you want to find out whether the Trust Veza might be a good choice for your next portable or couch wireless keyboard? Read this review and find out:Trust Veza wireless keyboard: Who is it good for?
The Trust Veza keyboard is a good choice for:
TP-Link has recently launched its first line-up of mesh Wi-Fi systems with support for the newest 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) standard. The line-up includes three new models: Deco X90, Deco X60, and Deco X20. In this review, we are testing the mid-range model - the TP-Link Deco X60. This mesh Wi-Fi system has a sleek look and powerful hardware that can manage up to 150 devices simultaneously. To learn more about its real-life performance, read our review:TP-Link Deco X60: Who is it good for?
This mesh Wi-Fi system is an excellent choice for:
Although NVMe PCI Express solid-state drives are conquering the world, SATA is not dead. Kingston confirms it by continuing to release SATA SSDs. One of their newest and most interesting storage drives is the Kingston KC600 2.5" SATA SSD. It is a storage device with good specs and hardware-based encryption that might appeal to many. If you want to know more about it and what it can do in real life, read this review:Kingston KC600 2.5" SATA SSD: Who is it good for?
The Kingston KC600 solid-state drive is the right choice for:
AMD Ryzen 3 3100 is the most budget-friendly desktop processor from the Ryzen 3000 family. It costs under 100 dollars, it has some surprising specs, and it supports future-proof technologies like PCI Express version 4. While testing it, we noticed that it sometimes outperforms some of the more expensive processors from the Intel Core i5 family. If you are curious to learn more, read this review and find out more about what less than a hundred dollars can get you these days:
Kingston launched a new solid-state drive: Kingston KC2500 NVMe PCIe SSD. It is a storage device that works on PCI Express 3.0 and promises high-grade performance, and reliability, as well as hardware-based encryption. If you're looking for a high-end PCIe 3.0 drive, with fast read and write speeds, to upgrade your desktop computer or laptop, the Kingston KC2500 might be exactly what you need. Read this review and learn more about the Kingston KC2500 and how it performs in benchmarks:
When it comes to computer processors, 2019 and 2020 were the best years in a long time. AMD has amazed us with excellent CPUs that deliver top-notch performance, like the 12-core Ryzen 9 3900X, the 8-core Ryzen 7 3700X, or the 6-core Ryzen 5 3600X. These processors rocked the market for good reason. Now, AMD has launched another batch of exciting processors: AMD Ryzen 3 3300X and Ryzen 3 3100. These models promise excellent performance, at a price point that is more accessible than ever. See what you get from the AMD Ryzen 3 3300X, in this review:
Affordable wireless routers are not particularly exciting, even though they sell in higher volumes than premium ones. In the last couple of months, we reviewed many new models with exciting features like Wi-Fi 6 compatibility. This time we decided to change things up a bit and review one of the most affordable wireless routers from ASUS: RT-AC1200 V2. If you want to know what you get from a router that almost anyone can afford, read this review:ASUS RT-AC1200 V2: Who is it good for?
This wireless router is a suitable choice for:
The Fitbit Charge line-up has always been one of the best in the market of fitness trackers. The new Fitbit Charge 4 takes what was already an excellent product and adds new features, like Spotify support, GPS-tracking and Fitbit Pay. We were curious to test the new model and see whether it is an upgrade from the Fitbit Charge 3. If you are on the lookout for a health and fitness band that can help you stay up on your game, read this review:Fitbit Charge 4: Who is it good for?
This fitness band is an excellent choice for: