Lenovo’s Thinkpad X1 Fold is available for pre-order starting at $2,499

After five years of development, Lenovo is almost ready to start shipping the Thinkpad X1 Fold, which it claims is the first PC with a foldable display. It has opened up pre-orders for the device, which starts at $2,499.The Thinkpad X1 Fold has a 13....

Amazon’s new Eero mesh routers support WiFi 6

The company that helped pioneer and popularize mesh routers finally has a WiFi 6-compatible model in its lineup. At its fall hardware event, Amazon announced the Eero 6 and Eero Pro 6. Both models support WiFi 6, the latest and fastest WiFi standard....

Here’s everything Apple announced at its ‘Time Flies’ event

Apple didn’t announce any new iPhones at its latest keynote but it still had plenty of new devices to share, including two new Watch models, and an iPad Air that features a new design. The company also detailed its new Apple One subscription bundles...

SteelSeries’ $200 Arctis 9 headset can mix PS4 and phone audio together

Last year, SteelSeries released the Arctis 9X, a gaming headset that you could connect to both your Xbox One and phone at the same time. Today, the company is making a variant of that same headset, simply called the Arctis 9, available to PlayStation...

Arturia’s KeyStep 37 is a $199 MIDI controller with scale and strum modes

Arturia's KeyStep family is getting a bit bigger with the announcement of the KeyStep 37. The new $199 controller fits in between the $149 KeyStep and $449 KeyStep Pro. As you might have guessed from its name, it features 37 velocity-sensitive slimke...

Researchers created a Game Boy that doesn’t need batteries

The original Game Boy was no slouch when it came to battery life. With four simple AA batteries, you could play games like Tetris and Super Mario Land for about 10 to 15 hours. That was something that made the Game Boy so much more appealing than its...

Teenage Engineering’s next product is probably a Bluetooth speaker

When Teenage Engineering started teasing it was working on a "magic apparatus," people got understandably excited. After all, this is the company that has released some of the most offbeat but capable synths (and IKEA products) in the last couple of...

TCL’s latest visor concept hides a movie screen in a pair of shades

As it did in 2019, TCL showed off a couple of prototype devices at IFA. The first being an update to its Project Archery wearable. If you need a refresher, the device is a pair of smart glasses that feature two OLED displays that can trick you into t...