Tag: Wireless
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Review: Gameband for Minecraft (2019)

The Gameband for Minecraft is a unique wearable that all Minecraft enthusiasts should own. It’s different from other wearables designed to do things like track athletic performance and sleep quality. In fact, it’s the only design we know that is ...

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Review: Sony HDR-AS30V

Quite a bit of buzz erupted through the world of action cameras when Sony announced a line. This is mainly due to the upstanding reputation of Sony, which promises features such as superior image quality, GPS and image stabilization. Don’t miss a ...

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Review: VTech Kidizoom Action Camera

VTech Kidizoom Action Cam The VTech Kidizoom Action Cam is specifically designed for kids between the ages of 4 and 9. It has the ability to capture both photos and video while including a durable outer covering and easy to use format. These ...

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Review: VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch (New: DX2!)

If you work in the technology or communications industries, you almost certainly know who Vtech is. The Chinese company has been making innovative products for over 40 years. When it was started, the company focused on making video games, especially ...

Review: Garmin Forerunner 230

Update: The 235 is out! See offer below. A lot of us are endurance athletes. We’re more interested in the slow burn of running three hours than the burst of adrenaline you get sprinting a shorter race. That means that we’re happy to test GPS ...

Review: Tile Mate & Tile Pro

Tile  Tile is the ideal solution for the days when your phone or keys seemed to have disappeared off the face of the earth. Tile is a small, Bluetooth tracker. The app is simple to use and can locate any item, including your phone, keys or even ...

Review: Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband

We’ve been wearing and testing FitBit devices for some time now, so we’re never surprised when the company creates a great product. The FitBit Flex Wireless Activity + Sleep Wristband, however, took some of us aback with its useful features and low ...

Review: Fitbit Alta

FitBit makes some of the industry’s best wearable devices, so we weren’t surprised to see how well the Alta works. The company has done an extremely good job developing a low-cost fitness and sleep tracker that works nearly as well as devices that ...

Review: KidGPS Tracker

We believe that parenthood is largely a balancing act. You need to give your children enough freedom to explore the world and gain confidence. Then again, you need to keep watch over them so they can stay away from potentially dangerous situations. ...

Review: Zepp 3D Baseball Swing Analyzer

Update: The Zep Golf 2 3D Analyzer is out. We updated the offer below. Please keep in mind that this article is for the Zepp 3D 1 Analyzer. Learning how to play baseball well is different today than it was when many of us were small kids. Today, ...

Review: Samsung Gear S2

Samsung only released the Gear S2 about a year ago, so there are still a lot of people who haven’t seen them. Just because it hasn’t become a household item yet, doesn’t mean that this isn’t a fabulous watch for people interested in the latest ...

Review: Apple Watch Sport

While there are a few terrific smartwatches on the consumer market today, it’s impossible to deny that Apple lead the way by developing the first versions. Without Apple, it’s likely that we wouldn’t even have smartwatches, at least for several more ...

Review: LeapFrog LeapBand

LeapFrog has been making innovative entertainment for children since 1994. It gained a lot of attention by building kid-friendly versions of adult devices. It’s not too surprising, therefore, that the company now makes an activity tracker ...

Review: Polar M400 GPS Running Watch

There are a few companies that really dominate the GPS watch industry. Polar is one of them. The M400 GPS Sport Watch and Activity Tracker is one of Polar’s most sophisticated designs. Despite this, the M400 does come with a hefty price tag. We ...

Review: Polar H7 Bluetooth Smart Heart Rate Sensor

A typical fitness tracker is good enough for most people. If you’re really trying to improve your athletic performance, though, you need a heart rate sensor that can measure how hard you’re working. That’s when it’s time for you to invest in a ...