Saturday, 22 Sep 2018
Category: Products

Review: Innergie USB-C Charger

Today, we’re reviewing the Innergie USB-C charger. Innergie is the consumer brand of the famous Delta power supplies used in labs in universities and R&D companies. Although it worked fine with our Chromebook, in the past we’ve had trouble with this charger on Apple equipment. But since recent firmware updates on macOS, we decided to […]

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Preview: AUKEY CB-C55 USB-C adapter

Today, we’re doing a preview of the AUKEY CB-C55. It’s one of the few devices with both VGA and HDMI ports, which makes it an obvious choice for people who have a job where they’re mobile and regularly give presentations — beamers are in almost all cases equipped with either VGA or HDMI. Our first […]

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BenQ launches the PD2710QC 27 inch IPS display

As you can understand from our numerous USB-C docks reviews, we’re a bit nuts about docks and hubs. It comes as no surprise then that when BenQ announced their PD2710QC 27 inch IPS display last January, our inner geek got a bit excited. Now, after a few months of waiting, it seems BenQ finalised the […]

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Cracking open the CalDigit USB-C dock

As promised earlier in our preview of this dock, here we are with a full review of the CalDigit USB-C dock. As we wrote earlier, we were positive on first impression, notably the ease of use and the build quality. So how does it look like? Let’s have a look at the feature list. When […]

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Satechi Aluminum Type-C Pro for 2016 MacBook Pro

MacRumors reports about the release of a hub with Thunderbolt 3 pass-through by Satechi. As Mitchel Broussard (author of the piece) notes, it’s an upgrade to the similar Satechi hub for the 12″ MacBook. But oh boy, it looks almost exactly like the HyperDrive that we reviewed some time ago. Let’s put them side by […]

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New product: iKBC New Power II keyboard

Today, we reworked the keyboard section. So far, there weren’t any real USB-C keyboards and thus we’d point to keyboards where the cable could easily be replaced. That has ended with the availability of the iKBC New Power II. This is a so-called mechanical keyboard: a special category of keyboards that uses switches instead of […]

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