The long-awaited follow-up to the Razer Viper Ultimate sparked a surprising amount of debate upon release. We cover the new flagship's performance, and why so many of the online arguments surrounding the V2 Pro are misguided.
Thanks to remote work and school, and ever-increasing amounts of smartphone and tablet use, we spend a lot of time wearing headphones. Let us help you protect your ears with five tips to reduce or eliminate the long-term hearing damage these devices can cause.
Apple did a great job of making the process of pairing its iconic earbuds a simple one. This quick guide details the easy steps required to connect your AirPods (regardless of their generation) and AirPods Pro to your iPhone, Mac, iPad, Windows 10 PCs, and Android phones and tablets.
What is the best wireless mouse? ZDNet's top pick is the Logitech MX Master 3 for its 70-day battery life, multi-connection options, and 4 programmable buttons. A wireless mouse can be a great asset to any home or traditional office, providing freedom of movement without fear of tangled cords, making them perfect for working on the go or with smaller desks.
What is the best air purifier? ZDNet's top choice is the Levoit Core 300 Air Purifier. We analyzed the size, filtration, and sound levels of some of the top air purifiers below.
We look at an incredibly fast and robust desktop scanner. This isn't for everyone, but if you need it, you really, really need it.
The K100 RGB is a highly-customizable, 110-key control panel that debuts Corsair's OPX optical-mechanical switches. But for $229, it's a keyboard that you'll have to click with to get your money's worth.
SteelSeries' Aerox line got off to a bumpy start, leaving the new Aerox 5 Wireless a lot to prove before it can earn its lofty price point. We look at its many features to see if it can get the Aerox line back on track as SteelSeries' new flagship mouse family.
Simultaneously charge your iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods. What's not to like?
Embracing the Yoga moniker, the latest all-in-one can rotate 90-degrees for vertical content. It won't be available in North America, though.
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These are signs you should stop using your device and get it serviced as soon as possible.
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