You may thinking this is a no-brainer because the Elite 75t are the newer model. It is hard to argue with longer battery life, a smaller size for better comfort, improved sound, a nicer case, and USB-C for charging, but the Elite 65t still hold their ground.
From the start, Jabra did right by the Elite 75t by shaving down the form factor by about 20% to make them much easier to wear for more types of ears. The Elite 65t weren’t as reliable that way, as the earbud could sometimes wiggle loose and fail to maintain a proper seal for the ears.
Philips and its partner MMD have presented a 28-inch and 4K monitor. The 288E2UAE offers decent colour accuracy, a USB Read more
It will probably come as a surprise to very few that Samsung has followed Apple and Xiaomi’s lead, making it Read more
The Asus ROG Flow X13 is a new ultra-portable gaming laptop with a unique talent: it can deliver a next-gen Read more
For $99.99, Mackie's CR3-X speakers are super-affordable studio-focused monitors. The connections on the back will work with plenty of setups, Read more
The Over:Board is a carrier board for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 that turns the compact machine into a Read more
Wondering what you really need from a 27-inch productivity panel? The answer might well be the new Lenovo Q27H-10. It’s Read more
As one may have noticed, we are doing an industry survey of USB 3.1 to 5GbE network adapters. Our third Read more
Samsung is best known in the UK for its phones and tablets, but it also sells numerous “professional” monitors. It Read more
ENACFIRE's Soundtank is a new portable Bluetooth speaker with an IPX7 rating for ingress-protection, and, thus, that "take-anywhere" selling point. Read more
Haylou GT3 TWS In-Ear Earphones BT 5.0 Headphones True Wireless Earbuds with Touch Control LED Power Display Stereo Sound DSP Noise Read more
JLab Audio has released its latest TWS earbuds rated for active noise cancellation (ANC). There are 2 varaints in this Read more