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Review: The iPad Pro and the power of the Pen(cil)

By | apple inc, Apple Pencil, artist, computing, editor, eraser, fiftythree, Food, Gadgets, Hardware, Intel, ios devices, iPad, iPad Pro, iPads, iPhone, Mac OS X, Microsoft, oled, partner, pencil, RAM, Reviews, Supply chain, surface pro, tablet computers, TC, Technology, Wacom

Laptop users have been focused for a very long time on whether the iPad Pro is going to be forced upon them as a replacement device. Depending on who you believe, Apple included, it has at one point been considered that, or a pure tablet with functions to be decided completely by the app development […]

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Two weeks with a $16,000 Hasselblad kit

By | cameras, Gadgets, Hardware, hasselblad, Reviews

For hobbyist photographers like myself, Hasselblad has always been the untouchable luxury brand reserved for high-end professionals. To fill the gap between casual and intended photography, they released the X1D — a compact, mirrorless medium format. Last summer when Stefan Etienne reviewed the newly released camera, I asked to take a picture. After importing the raw file […]

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The Sonos Beam is the soundbar evolved

By | Amazon, Android, apple music, Assistant, consumer electronics, entertainment, film, Gadgets, Google, HDMI, home audio, loudspeaker, Pandora, Reviews, Sonos, sound systems, Speaker, Spotify, Surround Sound, tablet computer, TC, Technology

Sonos has always gone its own way. The speaker manufacturer dedicated itself to network-connected speakers before there were home networks and they sold a tablet-like remote control before there were tablets. Their surround sound systems install quickly and run seamlessly. You can buy a few speakers, tap a few buttons and have 5.1 sound in […]

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Bag Week 2018: Mission Workshop’s Radian rolltop starts simple but grows piece by piece

By | bag week 2018, bags, Gadgets, mission workshop, Reviews, TC, Wearables

I’ve always been wary of modular, rail-based bag systems. They’ve always struck me as rather military and imposing, which I suppose is kind of the point. Even Mission Workshop, whose other bags I have always enjoyed, put out one that seemed to me excessive. But they’ve tempered their style a bit and put out the Radian, a solid middle ground between their one-piece and modular systems.

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