ASUS ProArt Display PA278QV Review

Out-of-the-box, the ASUS ProArt PA278QV has good color accuracy. The monitor has an sRGB mode that’s factory-calibrated and comes with a calibration report in the box. It’s advertised to have an accuracy that’s below 2dE; however, some of our measurements exceed that. This is likely due to different methods of measuring color accuracy. Most of…

Samsung HW-T650 Review – RTINGS.com

The Samsung HW-T650 has a decent stereo frequency response. Its bass doesn’t extend very low, so it won’t be able to fully reproduce the deep thump and rumble in bass-heavy content. However, the overall sound profile is fairly neutral and well-balanced, making the bar suitable for a variety of music genres. It also has five…

Skullcandy Indy Evo True Wireless Review

The Skullcandy Indy Evo have an adequate control scheme. It’s identical to that of the very similar Skullcandy Indy Fuel Truly Wireless, with a touch-sensitive surface that isn’t especially intuitive but does provide a fair bit of functionality. A double-tap on either bud pauses and plays your media, as well as answers calls, while a…

Eureka Whirlwind Bagless Canister Review

The Eureka NEN110A Whirlwind Bagless Canister Vacuum Cleaner has an okay build quality. While the vacuum looks a little cheap, most of it is made from hard plastic that seems sturdy and durable. In contrast, the telescopic wand is made from metal, and the plastic wand has a rubber grip. On the downside, the clear…

Sony WH-H910N/h.ear on 3 Wireless Review

The stereo imaging performance of the Sony WH-H910 is satisfactory. There’s a slight bump in the weighted group delay occurring in the lowest frequencies, but that shouldn’t be too noticeable overall, with the rest of the range falling beneath the audibility threshold, ensuring a tight bass and transparent treble. The L/R drivers are fairly well-matched…

Razer Huntsman Elite Review – RTINGS.com

The typing experience with the Linear Optical switches is just okay. It feels incredibly responsive and light, and the included wrist rest is very comfortable, so it shouldn’t cause any fatigue over time. Due to the lack of tactile feedback, it can be difficult to sense if a keystroke is registered. While the extremely short…

Shark Rocket Pet Pro Review

The Shark Rocket Pet Pro has a decent build quality. It’s mostly made from hard plastic except for the wand, which is made of lightweight metal. It could feel a little more sturdy, and its dirt compartment feels like it could crack if dropped. That being said, the handle has a rubber grip, and the…

LG 48 CX OLED Review

The LG 48 CX OLED has just okay peak brightness, similar to most OLED TVs. Its automatic brightness limiter (ABL) is slightly aggressive, so the brightness significantly drops at the 100% window. This means that a white webpage or document isn’t bright enough to combat glare. This doesn’t get as bright as the LG CX…

Sony WH-H910N/h.ear on 3 Wireless Review

The stereo imaging performance of the Sony WH-H910 is satisfactory. There’s a slight bump in the weighted group delay occurring in the lowest frequencies, but that shouldn’t be too noticeable overall, with the rest of the range falling beneath the audibility threshold, ensuring a tight bass and transparent treble. The L/R drivers are fairly well-matched…