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Sony XBR X900F 4K UHD TV review: Great image processing, but restrained color

Sony's XBR X900F can handle just about any kind of material with aplomb, including HDR. But its color palette is subdued and light bleed on black backgrounds is noticeable with the Xtended Dynamic Range function engaged. … [Read more...]

Fluance Ai40 Bluetooth speakers review: DSP power delivers sonic goodness

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Fluance's Ai40's are affordable Bluetooth bookshelf speakers that sound great thanks to subtle psychoacoustic tricks applied by a DSP. … [Read more...]

Edifier S2000 Pro review: Bluetooth speakers on a whole other level

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The excellent-sounding S2000 Pro speakers have more in common with studio monitors than your average bookshelf or Bluetooth speaker. Top notch stuff at a very reasonable price. … [Read more...]

QSAN XCube XT3002T NAS review: Classy, clean, and fast—but better suited to the enterprise

Network-attached storage has a place in the home, and this box covers all the basics in style, but it's missing a few features consumers will find essential. … [Read more...]

DarbeeVision DVP-5000S video processor review: A clever, but pricey fidelity upgrade for 1080p video

The DVP-5000S sits between your HDMI source and display and uses a stereoscopic processing trick to create greater apparent detail in 1080p and lower-resolution video. … [Read more...]

Ultimate Ears Megablast Bluetooth speaker review: This Alexa-enabled speaker is loud and proud

This smart speaker is expensive, but it delivers a sonic performance you won't get from any Echo. … [Read more...]

TouchJet Wave review: This pricey gadget can make your dumb TV smart—and touchable

Android and infrared come together to convert your big-screen TV into a massive tablet. … [Read more...]

Sharp Roku TV review: A good entry-level 4K UHD TV

The LC-55 is a basic LED-backlit 4K UHD TV that offers about as good a picture as you'll find for less than $500. … [Read more...]

Samsung UN55MU9000 smart TV review: No quantum dots, but silky smooth motion

Samsung's mid-range MU9000 series gives Sony's 930E a run for its money, thanks to a very smooth and even image. … [Read more...]

Hisense H9D Plus 4K UHD smart TV review: Great color, but not enough brightness to make HDR shine

This 55-inch TV doesn't offer a lot of peak brightness, but its wide color gamut helps with HDR. … [Read more...]

WD My Passport Wireless Pro review: A portable hard drive made for mobile streaming

With an integrated Wi-Fi hot spot and the Plex media server, this drive lets you take all your shows (and all your tunes) on the road. … [Read more...]

Aukey SK-M12 Outdoor Bluetooth speaker review: Surprisingly sonorous

Though it reminds us of Altec Lansing's Lifejacket II and has the same mounting hard point, this larger weatherized, Bluetooth speaker has the same clarity with more bottom end. … [Read more...]

Altec Lansing Mini Lifejacket III review: This rugged Bluetooth speaker isn’t just water resistant, it’s fully submersible

I’ve been a fan of Altec Lansing most of my life, largely stemming from the sonority of the company’s 15-inch 421A speakers that were a preferred woofer and bass guitar speaker for quite a while back in the ‘60s and ‘70s. Whether that Altec Lansing company really has anything to do with today’s entity, I can’t tell you, but I do like the sound … [Read more...]

Elgato Eve connected-home system review: Elegant design and operation with HomeKit compatibility

If Elgato’s HomeKit kit products aren’t an homage to the movie Wall-E, I’ll eat my hat. It would be a baseball hat, and my least favorite, but I don’t think I have to worry. Look at the image above. Even if the company claims otherwise.If you don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, Elgato’s environmental and door/window sensors and its remote … [Read more...]

Outlook 2011 to Mail migration: When mbox goes bad

There I was, ready to impress my new IT clients with how easy Outlook 2011 makes it to create mbox folders to import into Mail. Simply drag a folder to the Yosemite Desktop. What the heck? Did Outlook just rubber-band me? It did it again! Well, of all the…It worked before. On the other hand, dragging single and multiple messages to the desktop to … [Read more...]

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