Mobile phone cameras are now capable of producing shots which even the most critical photographer will say are decent and well worth displaying in portfolios.
Bluetooth headphones have been around forever, but the market for “true wireless” earbuds is comparatively speaking still in its infancy.
Released in April, Nintendo Labo was one of the more unusual games of this year – or any year. The box contains cardboard sheets, rubber bands and string along with a game cartridge, inviting players to build ingenious little cardboard models that, when combined with the Nintendo Switch console and its controllers, become working interactive toys.
There’s magic to the concept of the crossover, when strange worlds collide and wildly disparate characters meet, which Nintendo has often leveraged by bringing its various mascots together to engage in mortal combat (or occasionally go-karting).
On the one hand, HP's LaserJet Pro M227fdw is a slick, modern multifunction peripheral (MFP) with features such as wired and wireless networking, automatic duplex (double-sided) printing and a fancy colour touchscreen.
The Canon Pixma TS6150 is aimed at home users with a creative bent. A monument to polished black plastic, its looks might be a matter of taste, but its squat stance and uncluttered panels both appeal – control is via a 7.5cm colour touchscreen.
Two years after the hugely popular Fitbit Charge 2 first launched, the manufacturer has released a follow-up, the Fitbit Charge 3, and it’s a worthy update.
Cheap, portable Bluetooth speakers usually suffer from weak sound, low build quality or a lack of features.