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Capable, durable, and functional, the Hercules is a great bag for those who travel with many gadgets.
The Image One is a well-built and well-appointed headphone that will please people who like music served loud and with lots of bass. Buyers looking for accuracy and a balanced sound should look elsewhere.
The Focal Upright Locus Workstation is a complete standing, height adjustable ergonomic workstation whose functionality is matched only by its sleek design.
Sennheiser's MM 450-X combines noise-canceling and Bluetooth technology in a lightweight travel headphone. Does Sennheiser’s audio expertise make for a high-end travel headphone worth having?
Comfortable, portable, on-ear headphones aren’t hard to find, but ones that sound and look great are. We tested four head-turning models that claim to satisfy your ears.
It’s a bit pricey, but the Thunderbolt Express Dock’s many and varied connections can really help you realize the potential of Intel’s fast and flexible Thunderbolt technology.
If you've got a set of traditional bookshelf speakers gathering dust, it's time to pull them out of the closet. We take a look at three compact amplifiers for creating your own desktop audio system.
This 1TB USB hard drive secures your data with an onboard biometric finger scanner.
Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard takes much of what was good about the company's K760—including great keys and the capability to pair with up to three devices simultaneously—and adds backlighting and a more-portable design.
The Big Blue Media Tower lives up to the tower part of its name. But it wouldn't make much sense in your entertainment center.
A compact Bluetooth speaker lets you enjoy your music anywhere your legs will carry you, without the hassle of wires. We tested four comparably priced and sized models: the Beats Pill, Braven 650, CubEdge Edge.Sound, and Definitive Technology Sound Cylinder.
Moshi's Luna isn't the first illuminated keyboard for desktop computers, but it's one of the very few that's made to work well with a Mac.
The Shift A2, from venerable speaker maker Paradigm, offers good sound (and just as good looks) in a desktop speaker than can be run solo or in pairs.
Despite the Rechargeable Trackpad's assorted weaknesses, it still beats out Apple's Magic Trackpad, says Lex Friedman.
Lex Friedman uses a treadmill desk, and jumped—or at least walked briskly—at the chance to review a Bluetooth-enabled model from LifeSpan. Though it works, it's not incredible, he says.