Not so fast, say Google and AmazonAll of that said, none of those three systems support Wi-Fi 6. Both Google and Amazon maintain that it's still too early for the new standard to make much of a difference in people's homes, and point to the fact that the average internet speed in the US only represents a fraction of what Wi-Fi 6 hardware is capable of. … [Read more...] about Wi-Fi 6 will soon make your home internet even faster
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Something different: Nanoleaf Rhythm The Nanoleaf Rhythm is perhaps one of the coolest smart lights you can buy. It has panels that attach to your wall and can be placed in any pattern you'd like using a simple connection system. You can put the panels on any surface using mounting tape, they emit 16.7 million colors, and you can have up to 30 panels in one system. This pack gets you started with 15, and they can be set to pulse and change in sync with your music. … [Read more...] about Best Lights That Support Google Assistant 2021
Dan Ackerman/CNET The ambitious da Vinci Jr. 1.0 A Pro is a step-up printer with a big 6.9-inch square build surface and optional add-ons for both laser engraving and using specialized material like carbon-fiber filament. It's currently $450 on Amazon. That said, the lack of built-in Wi-Fi is a major hassle, and for this price a nonheated print bed is a serious omission. Some of the company's printers are locked to proprietary filament, but fortunately, this model is not (which is good, because the sample roll of PLA filament included in the box wasn't great). … [Read more...] about Best 3D printers for 2021
The ZP-010 removed the most TDS out of all seven pitchers (a whopping 93%), making it our top performer by far. A two-pack of replacement filters costs $30 and each one is supposed to last for up to 40 gallons. Brita and Pur, on the other hand, sell each of their filters for just $7 -- and claim to have the same 40-gallon filter life. That said, the ZP-010 was much more effective at removing TDS and the filter itself is much larger than any of the others I tested. … [Read more...] about The best water filter pitcher of 2021
Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro Samsung Galaxy Buds+ Durability IPX7 IPX2 Bud battery life Up to 8 hours 11 hours Charging case battery life 18 hours (28 without ANC) 22 hours Connectivity Bluetooth 5.1 Bluetooth 5.0 Digital assistant support Bixby, Google Assistant, Siri Bixby, Google Assistant, Siri Supported audio codecs SBC, AAC SBC, AAC Speaker size 13 mm drivers dual 6 mm drivers Active noise cancelation Yes No It's obvious by the water-resistance ratings that Samsung made a big splash — literally. By raising the protection to IPX7, the Galaxy Buds Pro can stay submerged down to one meter for 30 minutes. They're definitely not swimming earbuds, but they'll certainly withstand a sweaty run or workout. That's a big distinction, since the Buds+ were made to be refined, not rugged. It's a big move to take the Pro in that direction because it also puts them ahead of major competitors who are nowhere near that level of protection. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro vs. Samsung Galaxy Buds+: Which should you buy?