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Jordan Druber

Video producer for 9to5Toys. Contact me at jordans@9to5Mac.com

March 22

In case you missed it, last week we started a series on building out the Ultimate Chroma Cave – an RGB gaming station featuring Chroma gear from Razer. Part 1 was all about the heart of the cave, the Razer Blade 15. Let’s continue digging into the Chroma Cave with another integral part – the Razer Huntsman Elite Keyboard. expand full story

March 19

The Harman Kardon Citation series combines beautiful design and impressive audio with smart voice connectivity through Google Assistant. It can also be expanded upon by adding more Citation units to your existing system of compatible speakers. Today we’re taking a look at the Citation ONE, the starting point of the Citation series. expand full story

March 15

Today, we’re starting a series focused on building the ultimate “Chroma Cave,” a RGB explosion powered by Razer’s Chroma Studio. Razer makes popular peripherals, like the Deathadder mouse, and gaming laptops. They also have a love of all things RGB that they incorporate into almost every device they make. We wanted to build out a “Chroma Cave” featuring their technology along with some other brands that can be incorporated into Razer’s Chroma Studio software. Today we’re going to start with the heart of the cave – the Razer Blade 15 gaming laptop. expand full story

March 12

The RoboVac 30C adds to Eufy’s lineage of popular, affordable robotic vacuums. While the entry level $179.99 11S is an Amazon choice with over 2,500 reviews and a 4.5/5 star rating, Eufy’s RoboVac 30C, arrived on the scene late last year and has also garnered Amazon’s recommendation. Priced at $299.99, it offers smart capabilities, three power modes and up to 100 minutes of continuous run-time. Head below for our full hands-on review.

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March 7

We went hands-on with the new Z606 5.1-channel surround system, the latest from Logitech. Armed with RCA Aux and 5.1 surround sound inputs along with Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, it’s aimed to be a powerful and versatile system that works in just about any room in your home. I’ve been using it for both music and gaming in my testing, having really enjoyed its ease of use and powerful sound quality. For $130, it offers 160W peak power and sits between the dated $99 Z506 and $399 Z906 5.1 surround sound systems. Head below for our full video review.

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