Arc is the new browser for Mac. It promises to bring a new way to browse the Internet. I’ve been using it for a month. Here are my thoughts.
Is your home too big to cover by a single Wi-Fi router, or are you using extenders? Well, maybe it’s time to try the Deco X20 Mesh System!
Xbox Game Pass for PC is a subscription service for playing multiple game titles for an affordable monthly fee. Let’s see if it’s worth it!
Looking to automate chores like sweeping and mopping? Give the Xiaomi Mi Robot Vacuum Cleaner 2 Lite a try! Read the long-term review here!
If your job involves a lot of online meetings and you are using Mac, then you need to try Meeter. This app will make keeping track of all your meetings very easy, by putting it in just a single place, for free. Let’s see how it works!
The Samsung Galaxy A33 5G is the lower-end A series that have been upgraded. Is it worth buying than its bigger sibling? Let’s find out!
Anda berbicara Bahasa Indonesia? Baca artikel terjemahannya di sini! For work (and gaming) purposes, I always sport both an Android device and an iPhone. For the iPhone, I rely on its longevity and the “it just works” approach. As for the Android, it’s more for keeping up with the current technologies and doing personal projects. For my current Android phone, I’ve been sporting a Xiaomi 12 Pro for the last few months, the latest flagship from Xiaomi that is available globally. In this article, I want to share my opinion about this so-called “affordable flagship” (though I don’t think it’s still affordable) Xiaomi 12 Pro: Design and Packaging The Xiaomi 12 Pro comes in an all-black box featuring the device itself. Opening the box, and you’ll be greeted with a lot of stuffs: Looking at the 120W charger, you immediately notice that this could be the real deal. It’s very heavy, and as big as my MacBook’s 65W charger (it’s even more impressive, though, delivering double the power with the same size). As for the cable, it’s very thick… which means that sadly, you’ll need specific cables to get that 120W power. As for the phone, you’ll immediately notice that …
Setapp is a subscription service that allows you to use certain Mac apps for free. Let’s see what apps are included and if it’s worth paying.
Better late than never! The Mac Mini M1 review is here. If you’re still hesitating on trying Apple Silicon, this review might help you.
Spoiler alert. It’s surprisingly good!
Anda berbicara Bahasa Indonesia? Baca artikel terjemahannya di sini! The M1 Mac Mini is a great personal computer from Apple, which is surprisingly affordable for a Mac. But it comes with terrible speakers. They’re so terrible that you won’t believe that Apple made them. That nudged me to look for a speaker, preferably Bluetooth, for accompanying me at work. Why Bluetooth, you ask? Because I have this idea that Apple is synonymous with wireless, and I’m too lazy to cable-manage everything. Then, I stumbled across the HomePod Mini. At the time, I immediately thought, “Hm, might as well get a smart speaker, since I’ve been thinking of buying one too for quite a while”. And, boy am I surprised of what I found out. I’ve been using the HomePod Mini for a bit more than a month (I couldn’t write the review in time), and I think I’m ready to share my thoughts. So, let’s go. HomePod Mini: Design and Packaging As usual, Apple’s packaging prowess never disappoints. This time, the theme is fun. The box is compact, with HomePod writing and a large “MINI” text below it. Opening it, you’ll find the following: The HomePod Mini Quick Start Guide …