Articles by Sam Campbell

Naenka Runner Diver Bone Conduction Headphones Hands-on Review: Swimming in Music

There are circumstances where personal audio is not common, and doing laps in the swimming pool is one of them. Sure there are those who find the underwater ambience therapeutic, a time where they can spend with their thoughts. But what about for those of us who want some input and companionship in our ears? Can the Naenka Runner Diver Bone Conduction Headphones address common issues faced with underwater headphones? Let's (literally) dive in to find out.

Proscenic T22 Smart Air Fryer Hands-on Review: WFH Productivity Increased from the Kitchen

Since Philips brought Air fryers onto the scene in 2010, it has proved to be a huge success, with many people owning and regularly using one in their cooking routines. It has also spawned numerous brands with their own versions of air fryers, and the Proscenic T22 is a prime example of this. How does the Shenzhen based appliance company fare? Let's dive in to find out.

IFA 2022 Review: ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold - Dual Screen Laptop Evolves

With the ASUS Zenbook 17 Fold OLED showcased at the IFA 2022 we're looking at the next leap of this dual screen obsession, this time the screens are only separated (or rather, not separated) by a seamless fold. Can it do the dual screen evolution justice? Let's take a deeper look.

Sennheiser MOMENTUM True Wireless 3 Hands-on Review: True Wireless for Audiophiles

A little over two years later, Sennheiser finally released the next generation of MOMENTUM True Wireless earbuds, carrying the flagship position in its TWS earbud lineup. After a much more successful TWS earphone design with the CX 400BT True Wireless, the legacy German audio maker is back with its new TOTL wireless earbuds. Will the MOMENTUM True Wireless 3 set a new standard of what is possible with TWS earphone sound quality? Let's dive in to find out.

Logitech MX Keys Mini Hands-on Review: Minimalist Keyboard Done Right

The Logi MX Keys was one of the most premium options there was, offering both a premium build, an Apple-esque minimalist flat profile, while offering the best that the legacy peripheral maker has to offer in terms of the typing experience. Logitech is following up its success with the MX Keys with the MX Keys Mini, further pushing the minimalist's endeavor. Can the little sibling match the TOTL performance of the original? We dive in to find out.

Sennheiser IE 600 Hands-on Review: Effortless Balanced and Transparent Sound

Just by looking at the numerical pattern, the new release is most likely to fill the fairly large gap between the 300 and 900 in terms of pricing. But the German audio maker has thrown in an unknown variable - the IE 600 is made of a new material: the ZR01 amorphous zirconium that is harder, stronger and more durable than even high performance steel. How will the new material play out when put together with the new Sennheiser IE series' winning formula? Let's dive in to find out.

UE LIVE CSX with UE Switch Hands-on Review: TOTL IEM with a Twist

As a pioneer in the custom in-ear monitor (CIEM) field, Ultimate Ear continues to challenge the status quo with new innovations. It's current top of the line UE LIVE, using a whopping 7 Balanced Armatures + 1 Dynamic Driver hybrid arrangement, and also offering the new UE Switch, allowing the user to swap between multiple faceplates with a quick twist.

FiiO M17 Music Player Hands-on Review: Flagship Portable Sound

It has been a long time coming since FiiO announced that it was going to release a new desktop-class portable player, and what we now come to have is the M17, FiiO's latest flagship player, the device that promises to combine two categories of sound sources together: the desktop DAC/Amp and the portable Digital Audio Player (DAP).

Urbanista Los Angeles Headphone Hands-on Review: Solar Powered Battery Champion

Exeger, the company that brought the solar-power technology to JBL is making a comeback with Urbanista: and this time it's not a crowdfunding campaign but a finished product stocked on store shelves. Can solar power truly be used to energize a pair of wireless headphones for infinite playtime? Let's dive in to find out.

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