These Are the Best Wireless Keyboards Under $50 in the Market Today

Featured Image from: Amazon.com In the digital age, mechanical keyboards might seem like a thing of the past; however, there are still some modern, updated, and sleek keyboards out there for you to enjoy. But instead of settling for those old, bulky, and frankly outdated, plug-in keyboards, why not ...

April 15th, 2019 by

Here Are Some of The Best Macbook Pro 13” Cases Under $100

Featured Image from: Amazon The MacBook is possibly one of the best machines ever invented, thanks to its smooth internals, a slick user interface, and pretty sturdy exterior. However, like all machines, it’s prone to human error, and no one likes the feeling of letting their brand new macbook sli...

April 1st, 2019 by

Learning on a Budget: Best Student Laptops for Budgets Under $300

Technology has become a necessity in students’ education. With the internet providing more authoritative resources than text books and the original home PCs too bulky to move around, having a laptop provides high school and college students with access to the internet, writing programs, and everyt...

March 28th, 2019 by

The Best USB-C Type Cables Under $10

Thanks to the USB-C cable, gone are the days where plug-in failures were the norm thanks to orientation issues. With the USB-C, devices can also benefit from the USB 3.1’s blazing connection speeds, something that the latest Android smartphones support. In fact, more and more manufacturers, from G...

March 21st, 2019 by

The Best Budget Wireless Photo Printers Under $100

For every home that has a computer set, laptop, camera, or any device that can take or store photos, nearly every home has a printer. Whether it’s for printing your homework or saving yourself a trip to your local photo store and printing your own photos, a printer is a staple in families who want...

March 11th, 2019 by

Five Best Budget Baby Monitors Under $100

Babies left crying too long can lead to brain damage, one childcare expert found. Child development psychologist Penelope Leach, in her book Your Baby and Child: From Birth to Age Five, argued that babies who cry do so because they are uncomfortable or stressed. Long periods of stress may induce hig...

February 25th, 2019 by