Pocket-Lint

This $50 mobile controller is cheap, and might remind you of a Nintendo Switch

Key Takeaways The GameSir X2S is one of the cheapest mobile controllers on the market. Mobile gaming is here to stay with smartphones as gaming machines. GameSir X2S turns any phone into a Nintendo Switch-style controller for $50. You might be surprised to learn that Apple makes more money from gaming than Microsoft, which impressive… Read more

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Opal Tadpole webcam review

Key Takeaways The Opal Tadpole webcam shoots in 4K for crystal-clear video calls. The compact size makes it easy to integrate with laptops. The camera features a built-in microphone with a mute button for convenience. We’ve all woken up, looked at ourselves in the mirror, and thought, “Yeah, I don’t have to do much this… Read more

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Pebblebee Clip review

Key Takeaways The Pebblebee Clip Gen 2 is a reliable Bluetooth tracker compatible with iPhone and Android. The tracker offers 500ft Bluetooth range, loud sound, bright lights, and lasts 12 months on a charge. The tracker isn’t compatible with both iPhone and Android simultaneously. Uttering the sentence, “Where did I put that?” can get incredibly… Read more

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Renpho Smart Jump Rope review: 3 workouts in 1

Key Takeaways Renpho Smart Jump Rope is a game-changer for fitness enthusiasts, offering three workout modes and Bluetooth tracking. Users can improve cardio, stamina, and strength with this smart tool, as it syncs with an app for data tracking. Priced at $30, this smart jump rope offers a challenging workout, intuitive design, and a competitive… Read more

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Eufy Indoor Cam S350 review: Great image quality

Key Takeaways The Eufy Indoor Cam S350 offers impressive resolution, zoom, and AI tracking capabilities for a quality security camera option. Its sleek design and dual camera setup make it stand out, providing clear imaging and video capturing for indoor use. While customization may take some time, the Eufy Indoor Cam S350’s features, night vision,… Read more

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Luqeeg MP3 player review: Not the iPod Nano dupe I was hoping for

Key Takeaways Luqeeg MP3 player is a cheap option that supports various file formats, FM radio, and Bluetooth connectivity. Unfortunately, the MP3 player feels flimsy, has trouble reading files, and has unintuitive navigation. Overall, it may not be worth the low price due to its poor build quality and inconsistent performance. If you’re trying to… Read more

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The Atari 2600+ unlocked my nostalgia, but left the fun in the past

Key Takeaways The Atari 2600+ reproduces the original console almost perfectly, offering a nostalgia-inducing experience. The simplicity of the games may not translate to fun for everyone due to outdated graphics and lack of instructions. Whether the $130 price tag is worth it depends on how nostalgic you are for retro gaming and if you… Read more

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The Odin 2 could be your dream handheld emulator

Key Takeaways Odin 2 enhances the emulation experience by providing a powerful engine and versatile Android OS. The device offers limitless possibilities for gaming and general use, but requires user effort to set up. With great screen resolution, battery life, and lightweight design, it is a valuable portable device for emulation enthusiasts. As a gamer… Read more

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OneOdio A70 headphones review: Beats that beat expectations

Key Takeaways OneOdio A70 headphones combine bass-heavy sound, Bluetooth & wired options, and affordability. Great for DJs and music lovers. Versatile connectivity options with in-line mic, but small ear cups cause pressure and poor isolation — which isn’t good for non-bass music. Affordable, flexible, and great for bass lovers or DJs. Good build quality and… Read more

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Bose Soundlink Max review: A summer staple

Key Takeaways Bose’s Soundlink Max is twice the size and the sound quality of its previous model, making it a perfect summer speaker upgrade. The speaker’s easy portability, deep bass sound, and personalized EQ settings make it a great choice for music lovers on-the-go. Although priced at $399, the Soundlink Max offers 20 hours of… Read more

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CRKD NEO S Classic Clear Edition Controller review

Key Takeaways The CRKD NEO S Classic Clear Edition controller offers smooth thumbsticks and a sleek retro design. The controller works with various gaming systems and allows for customizable configurations. Priced at $50, it’s a smart investment for gamers seeking an upgrade from standard controllers. Becoming a gamer takes hours of practice and mastering the… Read more

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Polaroid Now+ Gen 2 Instant Camera review: fun but pricey

Key Takeaways The Polaroid Now+ Gen 2 instant camera connects past nostalgia with modern technology. The camera appeals to casual and serious photographers with its easy use and advanced settings options. A decent initial investment precedes purchasing pricey film in order to continue using. For all the incredible digital photography you can create with your… Read more

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Game & Watch The Legend of Zelda review: Hours of fun

Key Takeaways Packed with nostalgic games, Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda offers portability and hours of gameplay. The little device offers modern features like saving progress. Small screens may require a close-up view. It’s worth the investment for near $50, but stock seems low. Buy soon before prices increase on secondary markets. While… Read more

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BlueDriver Bluetooth Pro OBDII Scan Tool review: Loaded with features

Key Takeaways BlueDriver Bluetooth Pro OBDII Scan Tool offers professional-grade diagnostics for under $100 on Amazon. Easy setup and intuitive app provide quick access to real-time data monitoring and critical vehicle information. Smog check readiness feature helps identify and address potential emissions issues proactively for vehicle inspections. Staying on top of your vehicle’s health can… Read more

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Dufiga Open Ear headphones review: Comfortable price, uncomfortable wear

Key Takeaways Although they are wrongly advertised as bone-conduction headphones, the open-ear design allows for better situational awareness. The clip-on style stays put but isn’t comfortable for long periods. Their budget price comes with budget features. I’m a big supporter of headphones that keep your ears open for activities like running or walking outside. Devices… Read more

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