Tech Reviews


"Smart Home" allows Siri to control lights, music and coffee!

For about $150 you can turn your home into a fully automated voice command center! Check out this demonstration of how you can adjust the lights, play music, and even make a cup of coffee just by commanding Siri to do it! And if you don't feel like talking to your phone you can use your tablet to function as a dashboard to control everything. Awesome!

Published: May 10, 201699,940 views
PS4 to PC remote play setup & review4m57s

PS4 to PC remote play setup & review

A new update is available that allows your PlayStation 4 to connect to your PC for remote gameplay access. 'Booredatwork' shows us how it can be setup while reviewing it at the same time.

Samsung Galaxy S7 hands-on review3m02s

Samsung Galaxy S7 hands-on review

The Samsung Galaxy S7 is finally here and we get our first hands-on approach at the MWC 2016 in Barcelona. Are you excited for the next generation of the Samsung Galaxy?

CES 2016: Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S hands-on review3m10s

CES 2016: Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S hands-on review

At CES 2016 Samsung introduced its first Windows 10 Galaxy Tab product - the Galaxy Tab Pro S. It's a super slim Windows 10 tablet powered by an Intel Core M processor. 'Booredatwork' breaks it all down for us in this review video.

Apple iPhone 6S Smart Battery Case review3m13s

Apple iPhone 6S Smart Battery Case review

Apple has just released its freest battery case for the iPhone 6/6S. This new product will help boost and increase the battery life for the iPhone 6S up to 24 hours. But what do you think of the design?

Tech review: Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch6m31s

Tech review: Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch

The Samsung Gear S2 classic will most definitely turn heads. The circular interface and rotating bezel give you effortless navigation so you can quickly access the things that are most important to you. This intuitive interface lets you easily access important notifications, texts, and updates from your phone with just a glance at your wrist. Plus, with easily customizable watch faces and a premium 20mm leather watchband, you can create a watch style that is uniquely yours. The built-in S-Health app tracks your steps, your heart rate, and even gives you a nudge when it's time to get moving. And with built-in wireless charging, it's easy to keep the Gear S2 classic powered up.

Tech review: Turtle Beach Sandtropper gaming headset3m11s

Tech review: Turtle Beach Sandtropper gaming headset

The Turtle Beach Sandtrooper for Star Wars: Battlefront is a feature-rich universal gaming headset for fans and collectors. These individually numbered, limited edition headsets feature an authentic design that fans can customize with swappable speaker plates depicting different characters and iconic franchise moments.

Tech review: Astro A40 TR gaming headset4m41s

Tech review: Astro A40 TR gaming headset

With the A40 TR Wired Surround Sound Gaming Headset, you can hear every detail in stunning clarity thanks to ASTRO Audio and an optimal balance between in-game sounds and vocal transmissions. It's easy to deliver instructions or just chat after a legendary victory with a precision microphone. And when you're done playing, simply remove the mic to enjoy your favorite tunes or movie audio. Pro gamers and live-streamers will appreciate the digital components of the included MIXAMP Pro.

Tech review: Steam Link from Valve5m56s

Tech review: Steam Link from Valve

The Steam Link from Valve is the perfect way to stream your PC games from the computer to your living room. Combined with the Steam controller, it provides a fast and cost-effective method of delivering PC performance from the comfort of your couch. That being said, the Steam link isn't perfect. It doesn't provide streaming video options (though it does allow desktop access to your PC) and the Stream controller takes a lot of getting used to for gaming purposes.

Smartphone review: HTC One A92m35s

Smartphone review: HTC One A9

The new HTC One A9 is a smartphone that combines a striking design on the outside with the newest features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow and HTC Sense on the inside, creating an unrivaled smartphone experience.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 review4m43s

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 review

Meet the Surface Pro 4, the tablet that can replace your laptop. Featuring Windows 10 Pro, 6th Generation Intel® Core™ m, Core™ i5 and Core™ i7 processors, and a 12.3-inch PixelSense™ Display, the Surface Pro 4 helps you power through everything you need to do. Starting at just $899, it’s thinner, lighter and faster than any previous Surface Pro model.

Microsoft Surface Book: Hands-on review4m09s

Microsoft Surface Book: Hands-on review

Meet Surface Book, Microsoft's laptop redefined. Designed with the quality and workmanship that have characterized Surface from the beginning, the Surface Book combines 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 and Core™ i7 processors and up to 1 TB of storage. It also comes with Intel® HD graphics 520, optional discrete NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics, an integrated backlit keyboard, responsive glass trackpad, and a detachable screen-turned-tablet, featuring a 13.5-inch PixelSense™ Display. Starting at $1,499, the Surface Book is a high-performance laptop with exceptional power and unprecedented versatility that flexes to meet the demands of your work - from the art studio to the board room.

Gaming on the Samsung Galaxy Note 57m29s

Gaming on the Samsung Galaxy Note 5

With a powerful Exynos octa-core processor, 4GB of ram and a 3,000mAh, 'booredatwork' tests out how well the Note 5 handles mobile gaming. Looks like this device packs a punch!

Tech review: Gaming on the iPhone 6S7m37s

Tech review: Gaming on the iPhone 6S

We take a look at gaming on the new iPhone 6S, testing out the new A9 dual core processor and 2GB ram. Watch along as 'booredatwork' shares his review about this new product.

Smartphone review: Zopo Speed 7 Plus3m43s

Smartphone review: Zopo Speed 7 Plus

The Zopo Speed 7 Plus packs similar budget flagship smartphone specs to other budget smartphones, but it costs about $50 more than the others. Why? Is it worth it? 'JaredBusch' has more.