Good case and bud design and respectable battery life are offset by somewhat unreliable touch controls and a lack of bass tones, but it's hard to argue with the price.
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This premium Bluetooth/USB speaker is certified for Teams and other UC platforms, and performs well for non-work use cases too.
This battery-powered Bluetooth/USB speakerphone is nicely designed, with intuitive touch controls and the ability to charge a handset if necessary.
The costlier MX Ergo may have two more buttons and additional features, but Logitech's M575 is a great choice for an entry-level trackball.
The ADAPT 660 offers excellent sound reproduction and easy on-device controls, although the Micro-USB charge cable and somewhat flimsy carry case are disappointing.
The first true wireless buds from OnePlus deliver a decent audio experience and pretty good battery life, and have an all-important water resistance rating.
These true wireless earbuds are a good fit, pair easily, have a usable control system and good ambient noise filtering for voice calls. Just beware the relatively short battery life.
This 7-inch e-book reader delivers an uncluttered reading experience, and offers a credible alternative to top-end devices like Kobo’s Forma and the Kindle Oasis.
The Denon AH-C820W scores well on sound quality and fit, and battery life is good. However, the usability of its all-important control buttons could be better.