The RB750Gr3 is an inexpensive Gigabit router with advanced network management capabilities for just €50/$60. It’s highly configurable with a steep learning curve.
The Logitech K835 TKL is a low-latency and well-built budget keyboard. Mechanical keyboards aren’t just for gamers with too much disposable income!
Cloudflare has launched a new free web analytics/visitor-counting service. It promises to put end-user privacy first. The service has plenty of room to improve.
Lenovo continues its tradition of excellent Linux hardware support on the ThinkPad T14. Except minor issues with the built-in webcams and microphone.
Comparing a cheap air puffer to a brand-name model. You get what you pay for, even when it comes to a simple product like an air puffer/blower.
The new Firefox version for Android comes with big changes under the hood, but also drops support for thousands of extensions, and is less configurable.
I bought authentic and off-brand Roomba 900-series replacement parts to compare their perceived quality. The differences are quite small.
The open-source note-taking app Joplin supports encryption and choose-your-own-cloud. Desktop app gets the job done, but the Android app is slow and clunky.
Comparison review of the two secure PGP-oriented email providers ProtonMail vs Mailbox.org. A huge price discrepancy for the same service.
There’s a lot to like about the privacy-focused Mailbox.org email hosting provider. The web user-interfaces isn’t all that great, though.
The Instapaper app for Android has several issues, but its mobile web app is mostly okay. I chose the latter even though link-saving is more difficult.
Microsoft To-Do app is slow and requires frequent reloading. It doesn’t sync with Outlook, Cortana, and other Microsoft task list apps.
I listen to podcasts at my desk, and Pocket Casts’ new desktop apps (based on their web apps) means I don’t need my smartphone to enjoy them comfortably.
The battery is dead, performance is terrible, and Lenovo abandoned its drivers. My Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro 1370 didn’t stand up to the test of time.
The final part and conclusions in my four-part review series of the Vilfo VPN router. Is it worth its premium price tag?
I found several privacy and security issues with the Vilfo VPN router during my week-long review.
The Vilfo VPN/security router has support for Wi-Fi, but it’s too under-powered to serve as your household’s Wi-Fi router.