My experiences running Linux on the fifth-generation Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1. All but the GPS and fingerprint reader worked out of the box.
Let’s just say Logitech’s G403 gaming mouse hardware, firmware, and the companion software has some design flaws. Buy any other mouse.
The iRobot Home app sends too many app notifications, and they’re not the notifications I’d want to receive from my vacuum cleaner.
The TP-Link RE650 and RE500 are rated for different network speeds, but they’re really the same device featuring the same hardware; firmware-locked speeds.
How upgrading the USB 3.1 PCIe controller on my mainboard let my devices quick-charge over USB 3.1. Plus, it’s nice to add more USB ports to your PC.
A review of the budget Delock USB-C voltmeter/ammeter. It’s used to measure the power flowing through a USB Type-C connector.
The Sense sleep monitoring system from Hello Inc. was discontinued and its cloud services put to sleep. Don’t buy cloud-connected products, kids!
Optimize your Fedora Linux installation to run on the Raspberry Pi. Reduce needless logging, processor cycles, and set up auto-updates.
How do you know how long devices will receive software updates? Clearly labeled expiration dates on packaging may be the answer.
The D3 Connected is the only robotic vacuum cleaner I’ve had that damaged itself the first week and that sees “ghost furniture”.
An Ethernet connection is usually the more reliable and faster than Wi-Fi, and the Chromecast Ethernet Adapter is no exception.
Lenovo’s contender to the stick-PC market runs Windows 10 but doesn’t even have enough storage space to perform upgrades. Linux may be the better option.