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Logitech MX series has long been my to-go for a workhorse mouse. There is some history before I had the MX Revolution, a truly magnificent mouse with it's giant dongle which I kept for years and years until I worked it to death. I dabbled around for a few years until I adopted the MX Master which has been my constant companion in my work bag. I stuck with the original MX Master through thick and thin, almost longer than my marriage actually.
Along comes the MX Master 3, with thanks to Logitech, DigitalReviews is stepping into the dojo to get acquainted with the new master.
Almost 3 months ago I wrote a review on the Voltaire Smart Grinder, a project that I backed in the Kickstarter stage well over two years ago.
To recap I was less than impressed with the finished product when it finally shipped 28 months late, it consistently failed to grind my beans, and was far far away from being consistent with the grind size.
I was talking to the support team at Get It Right, hoping they can get it right.
With all the gear we review here at DigitalReviews, it is easy to forget that it is an unnatural lifestyle that us mere humans are not evolved for. Yours truly has had to come to terms with the aches and pains of aging, and bad posture just makes everything that much worse.
We are happy to try out our "personal masseuse" with compliments from Shakti Mat, let's see what this can do for my less than robust body.
Today we’re publishing our findings on the DriveSense Ranger Duo Dash Cam, courtesy of Andatech.
It’s a nifty little front and rear cam with a built-in screen.
Best feature? The price.
To say I spend a ridiculous amounts of time typing on one form of device or another would be an understatement. On average I would have a minimum of two laptops and two phones on my desk, usually more. I multitask constantly and I am smashing out messages on my laptops, phones, interspersed with other things.
Before Logitech Flow I would have a mouse for each computer, making for a very cluttered workspace.
Then along comes the Logitech K580, a multi-device wireless keyboard.
What does it do for me, the quintessential modern day time poor, device rich, working man?
Disclaimer: Yes, we bought into the Hue ecosystem, meaning that just like Lego we want to have all the bits and pieces that Philips/Signify/Hue bring to the market.
In every colour. In every shape.
Today we look at the PLAY component. 16 million colours in a svelte, black unit that can sit unobtrusively behind your television or game monitor, casting a soothing backlight or vivid auroras of light that match what’s on your screen or sync with your music.
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