Accessories

OnePlus’ first wearable might not be the OnePlus Watch

OnePlus’ first wearable might not be the OnePlus Watch

There has been quite some talk about OnePlus' repeatedly canceled smartwatch and the company's top exec even confirmed it will eventually become a thing. Of course, that won't happen until sometime next year or maybe even later than that but OnePlus may have something to fill in the gap until then. It will have a wearable coming, sources say, but it won't be a smartwatch. Instead, it will be a budget fitness tracker that will be its soft introduction into that already crowded market.

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Razer x BAPE “A Gaming Ape” tee, camo tee, Goliathus Speed hands-on

Razer x BAPE “A Gaming Ape” tee, camo tee, Goliathus Speed hands-on

Today we're getting up close and personal with a few bits of the collaboration known as Razer x A Bathing Ape (aka BAPE). This "A Gaming Ape" collection spans several accessories, a pair of headphones, a mouse, and a mousepad, as well as a few key pieces of gaming-ready clothing. The first item we're going to take a look at here today is the Razer x A Bathing Ape Goliathus Speed.

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Forgotten Game Boy keyboard revealed, with Phone function

Forgotten Game Boy keyboard revealed, with Phone function

Today a long-lost add-on for the original Nintendo Game Boy, "Workboy", was shown in full working order. It's a keyboard - the sort of keyboard that you wouldn't expect would make ANY sense to use with a Game Boy. The device was made by Fabtek, released back in the year 1992, and never... really made its way to the public at large.

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Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag design confirmed by SmartThings app

Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag design confirmed by SmartThings app

In just a few weeks, Samsung will be unveiling yet another one of its worst-kept secrets, the Galaxy S21 series. It won't be alone, though, if rumors are correct, and the Galaxy S21 will be joined by a few accessories. Although not exactly as big as the Galaxy Buds Pro, the Galaxy Smart Tag tracker is still an interesting addition to Samsung's ecosystem. That is provided it can actually make a good case for these against something more established like pioneer Tile's more time-tested options.

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Funko is about to release Pop! figures based on The Queen’s Gambit

Funko is about to release Pop! figures based on The Queen’s Gambit

Hit Netflix miniseries The Queen's Gambit is the subject of a new series of Funko Pop! figurines, three of which have been revealed ahead of shipment. Don't expect to grab one of these Pop! figures at the last minute as a Christmas gift, however -- they're only available to preorder right now.

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It sure looks like the Galaxy S21 Ultra is getting S Pen support

It sure looks like the Galaxy S21 Ultra is getting S Pen support

For quite some time now, we've been hearing rumors about Samsung potentially bringing S Pen support to high-end phones with a large display outside of the Galaxy Note lineup. With the reveal of the Galaxy S21 line purportedly coming up in just a few weeks, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is expected to get such support. Now, new regulatory information is suggesting that the phone will indeed pick up S Pen support when it's revealed (and subsequently launched) in January.

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With no AirPods Max power button, here’s how Apple handles battery life

With no AirPods Max power button, here’s how Apple handles battery life

Apple's AirPods Max headphones are controversial for several good reasons, but while the price may be the biggest shock, the absence of a power button could make more of a difference in daily use. Designed to be stowed in the meme-prompting case that Apple supplies with its $549 headphones, the AirPods Max are in theory smart enough to figure out their power settings on their own.

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AirPods Max early iFixit teardown doesn’t bode well for repairs

AirPods Max early iFixit teardown doesn’t bode well for repairs

Apple has never been a fan of third-party repairs and has actively worked to thwart such attempts. Whether it's by hardware triggers or through some software verification process, the company has tried to make it harder for those without authorized tools and software to take apart its products and put them back together again. Sometimes, though, the obstacles simply in the way the devices are designed and the latest AirPods Max definitely seems to fall into that category.

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GoPro Remote accessory launches as HERO 9 Black gets a huge update

GoPro Remote accessory launches as HERO 9 Black gets a huge update

GoPro today announced what sounds like a very handy accessory in the GoPro Remote. As you might have already figured out, the GoPro Remote is used to remotely control your GoPro cameras - up to five of them simultaneously, in fact. That means users can get their GoPro cameras set up or mounted and then take over most of the controls using the Remote.

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Crestron gets a smart home tablet speaker made for your “Zoom room”

Crestron gets a smart home tablet speaker made for your “Zoom room”

The office conference rooms are empty, and their expensive video calling systems sit idle: in 2020, we take our virtual meetings from home, and Crestron wants to bump up the audio quality, and the convenience. Enter the Crestron MM30-R, both a speaker system for your pick of the video calling apps, and a touchscreen tablet designed to control your smart home.

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Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag trackers might use Bluetooth only

Samsung Galaxy Smart Tag trackers might use Bluetooth only

Apple may have long been rumored to be working on smart object trackers of its own to rival Tile but, presuming it coincides with the Galaxy S21 debut, Samsung might try to beat it to the punch, unsurprisingly. Rumors about its Galaxy Smart Tag only started swirling earlier this month but we may now have a more complete picture of it, almost literally. Unfortunately, it might not all be good news and the Galaxy Smart Tag might end up simply being a Samsung-branded Tile alternative and not much more.

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Apple might also remove the iPhone charging cable from the box

Apple might also remove the iPhone charging cable from the box

The iPhone 12 changed a lot of things, from the camera combination to the design of the edges. The biggest change, however, is not in the phone itself but what came with it inside the box. Apple's decision to not ship with EarPods and even a charger proved to be controversial despite the company's claims of benefiting the environment and lowering costs. It might not be stopping there, however, as a recent after-sales survey suggests it is mulling over removing even the USB-C Lightning cable in the future.

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