Eero 6 Plus Review | PCMag

Cindy F. Cape

The latest iteration of Eero’s easy-to-use Wi-Fi mesh system, the Eero 6 Plus ($139 for one node, $239 for two nodes, or $299 for a three pack) uses Wi-Fi 6 technology and 160MHz channel width to deliver speedy wireless networking throughout your home. We tested the three-piece system, which provides […]

Unihertz Titan Slim Preview | PCMag

Cindy F. Cape

How desperately do you want a physical keyboard on your Android phone? The Unihertz Titan Slim, an unlocked QWERTY slab, joins the Titan Pocket in the company’s lineup of affordable handsets for people who prefer to type fast on tiny keys. More importantly, the Titan Slim is likely the closest […]

T-Mobile Home Internet Review | PCMag

Cindy F. Cape

T-Mobile’s Home Internet, which uses excess capacity on T-Mobile’s 4G and 5G networks, brings refreshing competition to the home internet service space, at $60 per month with no contract. We tested it for two months and found that it’s a fine alternative to any cable or DSL tier of 100Mbps […]

OnePlus 10 Pro Review | PCMag

Cindy F. Cape

OnePlus has long made flagship devices for people with a high-end taste in smartphone design. The OnePlus 9 Pro embodied that philosophy, packing an excellent camera and lightweight software into an elegant shell. Unfortunately, the OnePlus 10 Pro ($899.99) feels like a step backward. It’s a beautiful phone with excellent […]

MSI WS66 Review | PCMag

Cindy F. Cape

When it comes to laptop workstations, there are the big three—Dell, HP, and Lenovo, in alphabetical order—and everyone else. The MSI WS66 (starts at $2,599; $4,199 as tested) is the latest 15.6-inch aspirant from a company better known for gaming rigs. (Indeed, this model is based on the GS66 Stealth.) […]