Most people don't need a color laser printer. Heck, until recently, color laser printers were so expensive as to be unreachable for most individuals and small businesses. But now, with the laser printer we're looking at here, color laser printing is becoming practical -- and for some uses, even more cost-effective than inkjet.
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With WWDC less than a month away, we're sure to see new OS versions, but what about Apple Silicon? Let's take some educated guesses -- aka, wild speculation -- on what Apple might have in store.
Apple's new iPads have been announced and our cautions not to buy yet have transitioned into cautious recommendations to get what you want.
We take a quick first look at the third generation Echo Show 10. This one comes with a motor and the screen follows you around. Is it intrusive or cool? Does it even work?
The third generation Echo Show comes with a motor and the screen follows you around. Is it intrusive or cool? Does it even work? Read and watch our first impressions.
We review the Monoprice Monolith M-TWE True Wireless Earbuds active noise-canceling earbuds. For a pair of expensive budget earbuds (budget for noise canceling, expensive for earbuds overall), they weren't bad. Not excellent. But not bad.
We look at two budget microphones that might be of interest to YouTubers. Both are pretty good for some uses, but fall down a bit for other uses. Read on to learn what you need to know to make an informed decision.
We take a quick look at a webcam that's cheap, easy to setup, and works quite well. If you need a budget webcam, this is one we use and recommend.
We look at Logitech's MX series with an eye towards how easy the company makes it to switch mice and keyboards between computers. We also showcase some high-quality budget mice and keyboard options.
Our resident mad scientist, ZDNet contributor and distinguished lecturer David Gewirtz, shows you his version of a modern-day wizard's tower.