Camping Tech: Essential Gadgets for Your Next Adventure in 2023

Camping is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and immerse yourself in nature. However, if you are anything like me, being a gadget and tech-first individual, modern conveniences can make the experience even more enjoyable. My family and I recently purchased our first popup tent trailer and also went…

Airalo eSIM Service Review

What if there was a simple and cost-effective way to use mobile data anywhere in the world without having to hunt for airport or shopping mall kiosks selling SIM cards that may or may not work with your phone? Good news, there is!

Moto Z Review Rewind ⏪

Released in 2016 the Moto Z and its Moto Mods were primed to change the way we use our smartphones. 5 years later, 4 Moto Z versions and no Moto Z5 on the horizon the dream is dead.⁠

But, how has the original Moto Z held up since 2016 and is it still usable in 2021? ⁠

Happy Plugs Air 1 Wireless Headphones Review

I’ve always said good headphones shouldn’t cost a fortune. However, cheap headphones shouldn’t be bad either. Check why the Happy Plugs Air 1s made me anything but happy.

Best Camping Tech for 2021

If you are going camping this summer, you are going to want to check out this list of the best camping and outdoor tech.

Motorola To Announce New Flagship Tomorrow (4-22-2020)

We’ve been waiting a long time, an eternity if you’re a die-hard Motorola fan like myself, for Motorola to finally being the heat with a flagship smartphone. Tomorrow, April 22, 2020, looks to be the day! Motorola dropped these three videos on their Instagram story today which show the waterfall edge display the devices are…

Motorola Moto G Stylus Preview

Motorola has announced the rumored Moto G Stylus today. A mid-range smartphone with stylus. Check out the Moto G Stylus Preview.

Upcoming Motorola Edge+ with Flagship Level Specs Confirmed by New Benchmark (Updated)

Late last week notorious leaker Evan Blass, aka EvLeaks, shared details of a new Motorola device sporting a stylus. Many assumed and reported that this would be the rumoured Motorola Edge+ device, while many also argued it wasn’t. Well regardless of that debate, the Edge+ is a real device and new leaked benchmarks show off parts of its spec sheet. Check it out.

Kickstarter Spotlight: DGRule – The Invisible Hub for MacBook

The DGRule dock is touting itself as the first ever invisible dock for the MacBook Pro 16″/15″/13″ and is designed to overcome the dongle life and the limitations brought on by having only Thunderbolt 3 / USB-C ports on the MacBook Pro. Check it out!!

My Next Keyboard: ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II

I have been a religious user of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon since the first generation of the laptop. Now, I haven’t had much of a choice since that is the laptop of choice for my employer, but I have through GadgetSyrup used dozens of other keyboards. The only one that I liked as much…

Blitzwolf® BW-VP1 LCD Projector Review

I’ve always liked the idea of having a projector as in my home theater but could never justify the price. Projectors, for years, have been very expensive and often don’t deliver as good as a result as a mid to high end TV can. I do think the latter is the case, but the former is no longer the case. Prices of projectors have come down a lot over the years making them something the average person may consider when setting up with home theater.

A Bird? A Plane? A… Vacuum??

Recently I reviewed my first smart vacuum. It was a mixed bag to say the least. It did a great job with the day-to-day dog fur and crumbs left behind by the kids, but it repeatedly accosted my Golden Retriever and finally gave up the ghost and stopped working altogether thanks to a lidar-related error…

Syrup Drop: Tell Google to Stop Listening to You

Welcome to “Syrup Drop”. The first in a series of posts that will feature a quick and useful tech related tip that you may find helpful. I’m not going to stick to any sort of rigid schedule with these posts, but rather drop them in here and there as I come across a tip or trick I feel is worth sharing.

First up, telling your Google Assistant to stop listening.