Twelve South Labor Day Sale | 12% off at Twelve South Another tech retailer offering solid savings this weekend is Twelve South. Its stylish Apple-focused accessories are all 12% off with code SeeYaSummer. Whether you want a case for your iPhone, iPad, or AirPods, a charging stand for your Apple Watch, or some nifty Mac accessories, this Twelve South sale has you covered. … [Read more...] about The best Labor Day sales that are still available right now
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I don’t usually have to front my own money to try out gear at Ars—typically, if there’s something I want to review, a quick e-mail or phone call to a gadget manufacturer is enough to get a review sample headed my way. But when I decided I wanted to add rudder pedals to my gaming PC—the better to control my spaceships in Elite: Dangerous—the only way to do it was to make a sketchy international wire transfer to a Polish bank account. … [Read more...] about Keyboards, OSes, pedals, and the other gadgets we liked most in 2015
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 vs. Note 10 Software and cameras Source: Android Central On the software side, you'll get Android 10 on either phone, with Samsung's One UI software. While the Note 20 initally had an advantage with the slightly newer One UI version 2.5, the Note 10 has since received an update bringing it up to speed. Not only does One UI 2.5 finally bring support for Android 10's gesture navigation while using third-party launchers, but it also introduces a number of new features in Samsung Notes, Wireless DeX, and other apps. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 vs. Note 10: Should you upgrade?
When I received a Microsoft Surface Duo dual-screen Android mobile device two weeks ago from Microsoft for review, I was curious how and if it could fit into my daily workflow. I also was curious whether it could replace my current Android phone and/or Kindle. Most of all, I wanted to know if using this device regularly would answer my biggest question: Why does it exist? What does it offer that a single screen mobile phone or tablet doesn't.reader-supplied questions -- about this new device.Surface Laptop 3 and Pixel 3XL phone user. I've had a chance in the past to test-drive a few Surface devices (some provided by Microsoft and some of which I purchased myself). I've not been a big fan of the majority of Surface PCs. I did initially have high hopes for the Surface Go, as I'm perpetually in search of a thin, light and very portable computing device with good battery life. Sadly, the Surface Go fell short for me on multiple of those counts and wasn't lappable or usable for real … [Read more...] about Surface Duo review: Why I’m still confused about Microsoft’s dual-screen device