Y’know, unless you want Moto Mods.
Lenovo’s latest Yoga Book is a solid companion gadget to your laptop, and that’s the point.
The Ekster wallet can barely quality as being “smart,” but it’s smart nonetheless.
It may be light on features, but it gets the job done for a reasonable price.
The company’s latest flagship IdeaPad is a delightful laptop that you won’t regret buying whatsoever.
LG’s latest flagship looks cool, but that feeling wears off… quickly.
Samsung’s latest flagship is the best expensive phone you can buy right now.
Lenovo’s latest Chrome OS device is a big, speedy 2-in-1 with a lot to like.
They have their quirks, but the pros outweigh the cons.
The short answer: a resounding yes.
Google definitely focused on the camera. The phone? Not so much.
Google’s latest smartphone packs so much good, it’s a pure delight to use. Plus, the camera’s insane.
Iteration in its truest form for, unfortunately, $1,000.
This $1,000 phone is an absolute beast, and it’s the beast fans of the smartphone series have been waiting for.
OnePlus’ latest flagship packs everything you need for a great Android smartphone, and it only costs $549.