Thursday, August 17, 2017

Cuisinart Vertical Waffle Maker Review: It’s one stand-up kitchen gadget

Waffles put pancakes to shame. Anyone with a frying pan can make a pancake. But a perfectly cooked waffle—crisp on the outside, soft and steaming on the inside, covered in...

Tivoli Model One Digital Review: The classic table-top radio gets updated for the streaming...

Sometimes an audio component punches so far above its weight that even the snootiest critics must acknowledge it. That happened back in 2000, when a small Boston startup called Tivoli...

Canon EOS M5 Review: A Small and Super-fast Mirrorless Camera

The mirrorless camera market was long notable for what it lacked: hardware from Nikon and Canon. Technically Canon has had a mirrorless offering for about four years, the EOS M, but...

Zepp Baseball Review: It’s great for players and for coaches

While baseball’s foundational history is contested, the core of the game has remained largely unaltered for over a century. Take a stick, hit a ball, then run to a base...

Nintendo Switch Review: It has problems, but it’s also got potential

Nintendo’s Switch comes out on Friday. I’ve been playing with the Switch—an all-in-one gaming machine that works as both a handheld device and a TV game console—for the last two...

Review: 2017 BMW 5 Series

As I cruise down Silicon Valley’s Bayshore Freeway, I twirl my right index finger in small clockwise circles. Though the gesture recognition system needs several tries to pick up the...

KZ-ATE Hi-Fi Earphones Review: Great Sound and Comfort for Around $5

In a world full of fake news, spin, obfuscation, and brazen lies, where facts are mutable and doubt seeps into the crevices of life like rainwater, only one thing is...

Lenovo Flex 4 Review: Nice Keyboard, Meh Everything Else

I was drawn to the Lenovo Flex 4 after seeing it in a showroom. On a floor full of laptops with mushy Chiclets for keys, the Flex 4 was a...

Dyson Supersonic Hair Dryer Review: More Than Just a Bunch of Hot Air

Hair dryers are the least glamorous part of looking glamorous. They’re cumbersome, their cords tangle easily, and they devour precious drawer space. The cheap $20 ones barely get the job done,...

Review: LG’s Watch Sport and Watch Style Tout Android Improvements, But Don’t Impress

I’ve worn almost every smartwatch worth the name, and I’m still waiting for that life-changing, never-going-back moment that leaves me incapable of imagining life without one. Instead, I’ve found that smartwatches excel at...
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