While the masses look to Samsung for innovation, sleek designs, and phones with lots of extra, enterprise users need a tool to get work done. The new Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro is built for that customer and withstands the elements too at an affordable $500 price.
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Samsung's new Galaxy S21 5G is a breath of fresh air and a great way to start 2021 with a Samsung price cut of $200 off its entry-level flagship line. The phone looks great, is easy to handle, and has internal specifications worthy of a higher price.
Samsung and OnePlus phones have always excelled at cellular reception, customized widgets, and user customization. With the iPhone 12, Apple now competes in more areas than just a friendly UI for the masses.
Today's modern smartphones are extremely capable and there aren't many functions setting them apart. Field workers, outdoor enthusiasts, and others spending time in the elements may want a rugged smartphone and that's where the latest model from Kyocera steps up to the plate.
Samsung released its yearly Galaxy Note series update with the Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. Expected internal updates were made, along with improvements to the S Pen capability and camera functionality, but a couple things were also thrown out.
Samsung dropped the entry price of its S21 Ultra $200 and set the bar for Android phones in 2021. OnePlus just trumped that move with a phone that offers a cleaner experience and charging innovations for about $200 less.
LG continues to offer up its Dual Screen cover as an option for its flagship devices and with the LG V60 we have a serious productivity machine priced hundreds less than competing Galaxy S20 devices. Outstanding battery life, 5G network support, and amazing sound make this one to consider.
Wireless Bluetooth earbuds are standard fare today with smartphone audio ports a thing of the past. Sony's latest entry into the wireless headset market is fantastic with excellent noise cancellation, superb audio quality, all-day battery life, and practical functions such as speak-to-chat.
The Garmin MARQ wearables are labeled as modern tool watches with each model focused a different sport. For the past few weeks I've been wearing the luxurious MARQ Golfer 24/7 to track my activity, sleep, health, running, cycling, and of course my marginal golf game.
AfterShokz OpenComm wireless headset review: Bone conduction with DSP boom mic optimized for remote work
AfterShokz is known for its bone conduction technology that leaves your ears open to your surrounding environment. The OpenComm headset incorporates a boom mic for an optimal voice communication experience.