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iRobot Roomba j7+ Review

In late 2019, my wife and I had the pleasure of reviewing the Roomba i7+, a fantastic little robot that was billed as a product that would free us up to do other things rather than vacuum. And with a self-empty system in the charge base, it was supposed to be a hassle free addition to our home. And once we figured out how to properly use the Roomba, it really was. When iRobot came back to us this year…

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LEGO Holiday Gift Guide for those Adults in Your Life

Last year, our LEGO gift guide for Holiday 2020 was heavily focused on kids LEGO franchises like Ninjago, Toy Story, and more. This year, LEGO rolled out a new seeding program for reviewers here in Canada, and while it might have meant less sets to review in total, it did mean we could make more extravagant requests, which we most definitely did.

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LEGO Off-Road Buggy Review

We've reviewed a ton of sets in 2021 thanks to our good friends at the LEGO Group, and when I originally reached out to pick up our last review item of 2021, I decided to go in a totally new direction - LEGO Technic. I've reviewed City sets, Ninjago sets, Ideas sets, and more. But I've never purchased a Technic set, let alone reviewed one. So our good friends were able to send the LEGO Off-Road Buggy for review. While only featuring roughly 375 pieces, it was easily the toughest build of 2021.

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Google Innovates with its Camera Again

Google Pixel phones for many years was seen as the premier device for snapping photos and taking videos, but over the years, the competition has understandably caught up to Google, who perhaps was a bit complacent over the past few years. It seems like that is about to change with the Google Pixel 6.

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Google Will Win You Over With Security

With the Google Pixel 6 launching today, it seems that Google is going to win you over to their brand new, high end flagship phone by promising you security features unheard of on other platforms, and some new features coming to the Pixel 6 before other phones.

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Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Reveal

Today, Google unveiled the Google Pixel 6 and the Google Pixel 6 pro to the world, taking a bold new approach to their flagship phone and aligning it with other top-tier priced phones as opposed to aiming for that mid tier market. Whether they can penetrate the high-end market will have to be seen, but what they showed off is truly outstanding, and we cannot wait to try it out ourselves.

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EPOS H3 Hybrid Headset – One Headset to Rule Them All?

Silly Lord of the Rings pun aside in the title, I went in with a bit of skepticism when folks began talking about their review units of this product, saying things like, "It's the only headset you will need" and "It says hybrid for a reason." Really, one headset to replace all others in my collection? Get out of here. Granted, I started a bit late on this review for the H3 - a solid week after it arrived was finally when I had time to unbox this thing, but I was not disappointed.

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First Nintendo Switch OLED Unboxing (Video)

Next month, Nintendo is releasing another console: the Nintendo Switch OLED. Someone has gotten their hands on the system and did an unboxing video. Check it out below. The Nintendo Switch OLED releases on October 8, 2021 and will cost $349.99 (USD). The system will be just as powerful as the regular Switch but has a bigger screen in handheld mode. The resolution is higher on the screen too. The model is a greyish white compared to the standard consoles…

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RAZER LAUNCHES THE WOLVERINE V2 CHROMA

Today, Razer announced the launch of their most advanced controller ever, the Wolverine V2 Chroma. Playable on Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One consoles as well as PC, Razer has taken decades of competitive excellence and R&D from their best-in-class PC peripherals lines and engineered these learnings into the all-new Wolverine V2 Chroma. Features include:

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Razer Halo Infinite 2

BECOME THE MASTER CHIEF WITH FOUR CUSTOM LICENSED RAZER HALO INFINITE PERIPHERALS

Razer today announced a full lineup of four officially licensed Halo Infinite products spanning across their award-winning range of PC and console gaming peripherals. All designs for the Razer Halo Infinite product line are modeled after the image of the iconic Mjolnir Powered Assault Armor worn by the Master Chief and come bundled with exclusive Halo Infinite bonus in-game content.

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