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Rocketbook Fusion Review: adding structure to the hybrid notebook

Rocketbook Fusion Review: adding structure to the hybrid notebook

The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 may have sparked questions on the long-term viability of the product line. The Galaxy Note is largely defined by its S Pen stylus, which may have already peaked at this point. Some, however, are not completely sold on that particular use case and would prefer the more traditional pen and paper method.

For years, the folks over at Rocketbook have been offering a rather unorthodox way to bridge the digital and analog worlds together and with the latest Rocketbook Fusion notebook, it is attempting to appeal to one of the most passionate users of paper notebooks around: organizers and planners.

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Four new PS4 DualShock 4 controllers revealed with rose gold headset

Four new PS4 DualShock 4 controllers revealed with rose gold headset

Those who have a PlayStation 4 know that Sony really likes its DualShock 4 variants. Today the company is announcing four more that will release this fall, which brings the total number of DualShock 4 variants released since the PS4's launch up to more than 25. In addition to these controllers, Sony is also gearing up to launch a new headset.

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Logitech G915 Lightspeed low-profile gaming keyboard first impressions

Logitech G915 Lightspeed low-profile gaming keyboard first impressions

Logitech has long offered its low-latency Lightspeed wireless tech in its gaming mice, but now it's coming to a keyboard. Today Logitech revealed the G915 and G815 mechanical keyboards, with the former employing Lightspeed to make it a suitable wireless choice for gaming. Like many gaming keyboards out there, the G915 and G815 are mechanical, but they're using Logitech's new low-profile GL switches instead of the typical Romer-G switches we're used to seeing.

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Galaxy Note 10+ 45W charging requires a very specific kind of charger

Galaxy Note 10+ 45W charging requires a very specific kind of charger

The Galaxy Note 10 duo have gotten mixed ratings from reviewers and benchmarks but one feature that seems to be one feature that, on the surface, is a clear win. The Galaxy Note 10+, in particular, is able to support up to 45 watts of charging, one of the faster ones in the consumer market and Samsung's fastest so far. That, however, doesn't come for free as Samsung didn't include such a charger in the box. To complicate matters, users will need to carefully select the charger they'll buy to take advantage of that super fast charging capability.

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Review: Optoma NuForce BE Free6 truly wireless earbuds

Review: Optoma NuForce BE Free6 truly wireless earbuds

Optoma is back with a new pair of truly wireless earbuds with its $99 NuForce BE Free6. This isn't the company's first AirPods competitor, but it is the best model Optoma has offered to date, at least when it comes to audio without wires. The BE Free6 feels like a premium product without the premium price tag, but how does the model hold up against competitors?

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DJI Osmo Mobile 3 gimbal makes iPhone camera magic (Android too)

DJI Osmo Mobile 3 gimbal makes iPhone camera magic (Android too)

There's a new gimbal from DJI in the universe, and it goes by the name Osmo Mobile 3. This piece of hardware is made to turn your smartphone into a professional movie-capture beast, working with more than just the standard gimbal stabilization features. This gimbal has gesture control, ActiveTrack 3.0, and the ability to "Quick Roll" between modes with extreme smoothness.

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Snap Spectacles 3 double up on cameras for a 3D twist

Snap Spectacles 3 double up on cameras for a 3D twist

Snap today announced the third iteration of Spectacles and it seems this new pair is coming with quite a few changes. For starters, there are now two cameras on Spectacles - one beside each lens. As you might imagine, this allows you to capture 3D content and also lets you give your videos an augmented reality flair as well.

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Modified iPhone lightning cables give hackers wireless access to Macs

Modified iPhone lightning cables give hackers wireless access to Macs

Apple has always discouraged the use of third-party accessories, especially those that have not been certified for its devices. Its argument has always been on the safety of devices, especially lightning cables that charge iPhones and carry data to and from the mobile device. Now it might have yet another reason to discourage such accessories as a hacker just proved how relatively easy it is to modify a Lightning cable to turn it into a tool for remotely hacking Macs.

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Mophie’s AirPower-style wireless charging pads will actually go on sale

Mophie’s AirPower-style wireless charging pads will actually go on sale

Apple AirPower may have quietly been shelved before ever reaching the Apple Store, but now Mophie has a pair of wireless charging pads that promise to juice up two or three of your Apple devices simultaneously. The Mophie Dual Wireless Charging Pad and 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Pad aren't quite as elegant as the Qi pad Apple had in mind to make, but a strong mark in their favor is that you'll actually be able to buy them.

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Apple MFI Certified iPhone car charger from Satechi delivers 72W USB-C action

Apple MFI Certified iPhone car charger from Satechi delivers 72W USB-C action

I don't often write about car chargers for smartphones, largely because the technology just... doesn't change all that often. Since the last time I wrote about a car charger, a significant amount's changed - enough that it makes sense to point out a product from a brand that I've come to trust over the past half-decade via their Apple MFI Certifications, top-notch industrial design, and long-lasting materials.

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Nintendo Switch third-party dock bricking explained by an engineer

Nintendo Switch third-party dock bricking explained by an engineer

There is a rather big market for third-party Nintendo Switch accessories but the one thing that continues to worry Switch owners is the charging dock. Nintendo's Official version is large and expensive but third-party options risk bricking the gaming handheld. The latter has largely been blamed on Nintendo's implementation of the USB-C Power Delivery feature which is believed to be non-compliant with the standard spec. According to an electrical engineer, however, those third-party docks might be the ones to blame instead.

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Razer Viper mouse boasts optical mouse switches for faster response

Razer Viper mouse boasts optical mouse switches for faster response

In competitive gaming, the difference between victory and defeat is a matter of speed. Not just in the speed of the computer or the speed of reaction. It's also about the speed of the input. That's especially true in PC gaming where mouse clicks need to be fast and precise. It's exactly for that purpose that Razer is launching the Viper mouse, touting its first optical switches for mice to reduce latency and increase precision.

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