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Airthings Wave Smart Radon Detector :: Posted On April 23, 2019
Airthings Wave Smart Radon Detector
There are significant health risks from radon and much of the country lives in areas that are predicted to have high indoor levels. But what can you do? Well you could pay around $25 bucks and get a single test done or you could go out and spend $150 on an Airthings Wave Smart Radon Detector which promises to track your radon exposure over the long run. So does this device justify the extra $125?
ZOOZ Zen26 Z-Wave Plus S2 Simple 3-Way and 4-Way Switch :: Posted On March 28, 2019
ZOOZ Zen26 Z-Wave Plus S2 Simple 3-Way and 4-Way Switch
ZOOZ is a brand of smart home devices that all use the Z-Wave protocol to communicate with your home automation hub, in my case Samsung SmartThings. We have covered a handful of their items in recent reviews at Bigbruin.com, including their ZSE01 indoor siren and their ZSE18 motion sensor. This time around I am checking out their Zen26 Z-Wave Plus S2 smart switch which is promoted as offering a simple solution to making 3-way and 4-way circuits smart.
Verizon GizmoWatch Kids Smart Watch Phone :: Posted On March 14, 2019
Verizon GizmoWatch Kids Smart Watch Phone
Parents are always trying to figure out a good balance between watching over their kids and giving them space to grow. Many opt to get their kids a cell phone, but there are those like myself that are trying to resist that temptation. We have looked at a few options recently, like the TickTalk 3 and the Republic Wireless Relay, and now we are going to take a closer look at Verizon's option; the GizmoWatch.
TickTalk 3 Kids Smart Watch Phone :: Posted On March 13, 2019
TickTalk 3 Kids Smart Watch Phone
TickTalk was founded in California back in 2014 with engineers from Samsung and Apple that decided to get together to use their experience in creating wearables to make a smart watch for kids. The base watch sells for $170 and additional bands are $15 each. Besides being able to make calls on the watch, you can also send and receive text messages, it has a built in calculator, it can take pictures, has GPS for tracking, and is waterproof to IP67 standards.
Republic Wireless Relay Screen Free Kid's Phone :: Posted On March 12, 2019
Republic Wireless Relay Screen Free Kid's Phone
The team that built Relay is the team behind Republic Wireless - a wireless company launched in 2011 that now competes with the nation's largest carriers and is recognized as a top carrier by Consumer Reports. The Relay is a very simple device that is about 2.75" square and a little more than a half inch thick. It runs on 4G networks, has built-in WiFi (b/g/n), GPS location tracking, NFC for contact sharing, a headphone jack, a front facing speaker, and dual mics.
Difference Between Zigbee and Z-Wave :: Posted On February 03, 2019
Difference Between Zigbee and Z-Wave
With wireless home security systems, you'll be able to come across the technologies or home automation standards known as Z-Wave and Zigbee. Just what are Z-Wave and Zigbee and how are they similar and different from one another? Both Z-Wave and Zibgee are known as mesh networks which mean that every node integrated in that system will act as a wireless source of data and as a repeater as well.

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WD Blue SN500 500GB SSD
WD's Blue SN500 is the first Blue labelled M.2 format drive to have an NVMe interface. It uses a combination of WD's own in-house controller and 64-layer 3D TLC NAND. Coming in at less than 70, is this drive the perfect upgrade from your old SATA SSD? kitguru.net
ViewSonic ELITE XG240R 144 Hz FreeSync Monitor
The ViewSonic ELITE XG240R is a 24-inch, 144 Hz gaming monitor supporting FreeSync and adaptive-sync on NVIDIA. It comes with a fully adjustable stand, and an interesting RGB lighting system that can be synced with other components in your computer. techpowerup.com
Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB Case
Last year when we took a look at the Corsair Crystal Series 280X the big question was, when will be see a larger version? It did take Corsair a while to come out with the larger version, but we've finally got it in to review! The Crystal Series 680X is the big brother to the 280X and gives you support for larger motherboards up to E-ATX, more cooling options, a redesigned tempered glass side panel, and three included Corsair LL120 RGB fans as well as the Node Pro so you can control the fan lighting with Corsair's iCUE software. Is this the tempered glass case to get in 2019? thinkcomputers.org
Gigabyte Aorus M5 Gaming Mouse
It is safe to say the Aorus M5 comes packed with features. Not only does it sport the PMW 3389 16000 DPI optical sensor, there's also an adjustable weight system and RGB Fusion lighting - all in a large, ergonomic body suited to both palm and claw grip styles. With a retail price of around 50, is this a mouse that has it all for a price that won't break the bank? kitguru.net
Aorus Xtreme Waterforce Motherboard
At CES 2017, Gigabyte officially launched their Aorus line up of motherboards, graphics cards, and peripherals to coincide with Intel's 9th generation of Core Processors. This included the Aorus Xtreme Waterforce. The Aorus line up replaced their very popular G1-Gaming line and was previously designated for Gigabytes high-end laptop line up. modders-inc.com
iKBC Table E412 Keyboard
iKBC adds to their ever-growing keyboard product portfolio with the aptly named "Table" series. The Table E412 is a full-size keyboard that is unabashedly large in footprint, with an integrated wrist rest, dedicated media keys/wheel, white backlight and, for something different than the norm, onboard hardware encryption of the keyboard itself. techpowerup.com
Alphacool Eiszyklon Aurora RGB LT Fan
Alphacool adds to their ever-increasing Aurora lineup of RGB products with the Eiszyklon Aurora RGB LT fans. Available in 1100 or 1300 RPM options, these fans feature 16 RGB LEDs to make for a noise-optimized light-show on your new watercooled PC. techpowerup.com
Corsair H100i RGB Platinum Liquid Cooler
In the decade since the Corsair H50 was first launched, Corsair has released a plethora of AIO water coolers, with the H100i being among the latest and greatest. The only thing missing from the original H100i in the eyes of some enthusiasts, however, was some color, RGB to be specific. It's 2019, and like it or not RGB is everywhere, so to appease enthusiasts craving a bit of additional RGB action, Corsair has released an RGB version of its popular H100i cooler, the Corsair H100i RGB Platinum. hothardware.com
CORSAIR GLAIVE RGB PRO Gaming Mouse
With the addition of the new PMW3391 optical sensor, the GLAIVE RGB PRO is even more precise than before and should suffice for any competitive gamer. In the games we have tried such as Titanfall, AION, CS: GO and StarCraft 2, the mouse has performed admirably and thanks to its comfortable holding shape we haven't had any issues using it for longer sessions. In terms of productivity and multi-monitor setups, this mouse is quite recommended, thanks to its high-DPI sensor and if the pre-installed thumb grip does not fit your style, you can also use one of the other two, which are provided in the package. madshrimps.be
Western Digital Black SN750 NVMe SSD 1TB Solid State Drive
Other than the SSD itself, you will find nothing else included from the factory. Clipped on the clear plastic tray is the Western Digital Black SN750 NVMe SSD 1TB with a warranty insert. Although this is a performance product, SSDs are a mainstream commodity in 2019, and this is evidence to the state of things. For what it is worth, I do not know what else you can expect, haha. aphnetworks.com
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