For the user who wants a versatile device, 2-in-1 laptops are smartly priced, functional systems that can go far, and the Dell Inspiron 14″ 5000 2-in-1 checks off a lot of boxes for your average user and their needs.
Apple’s new MacBook Air is a gorgeous laptop, and it wows at any angle. Released last fall, the laptop comes in three colours–gold, silver, and space grey–and while the space grey is distinguished, gold is vibrant and eye-catching.
Who knew that a vacuum could put a smile on your face? The Dyson Cyclone V10 Absolute is a powerful, versatile, and very impressive cordless vacuum that will change your cleaning routine.
Samsung’s phones have been some of my favorites for a long time, and the Note series stands out above all others because it’s not just versatile and easy to use, it’s also big and the S Pen is seriously useful on a daily basis. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the latest and greatest to date, and further develops one of my favorite things about the devices: the user experience.
The Google Pixel 3 is my first Pixel device, and I love it, especially because of how much it surprised me at every turn.
The BlackBerry Key2 is exactly what you expect, and does exactly what it needs to, and that’s exactly why I love it. If you’ve used a BlackBerry before, it’s a familiar update, and if you’re an Android user, the Key2 is easy to get used to, with the added benefit of having a dedicated keyboard.
Samsung’s Galaxy Watch has arrived in Canada, and it’s a refreshing update to Samsung’s impressive range of watches and fitness trackers. Plus, it’s gorgeous.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 checks off a lot of boxes for my must-have features in a phone, and while the device is close to a year old, it’s still one of the most impressive phones out there right now, and the price is set to get even better.
Google Home Max arrived in Canada today, and I’ve been testing it for nearly a week now, and it’s hard to find many complaints with a speaker that absolutely hits all the right notes (pun intended), and delivers bass that is awe-inspiring, especially if you’re used to audio from most small speakers, computers, laptops, or televisions.
Brutal, intense, and elegantly composed French filmmaker Coralie Fargeat’s debut feature Revenge breathes energy and depth into a dubious sub-genre of thriller that’s been on life support since the 1980s.