Roadshow editors love the Miata, and for good reason. Mazda's plucky little roadster is one of the greatest sports cars ever. Four of our editors own MX-5s, and every time I get behind the wheel of one, I'm tempted to become the fifth.The Miata got a number of updates for the 2019 model year, including more power and torque. Reviews editor Antuan Goodwin recently tested a … [Read more...] about 2019 Mazda MX-5 Miata review: Club life isn’t for everyone, and that’s OK
Ultimate ears 5 pro review
I hadn't heard of the EasySMX accessory brand until I was offered the chance to review the company's "Cool 2000" headset a little while ago, and given the product's price point, I admit my expectations were not high. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that the EasySMX Cool 2000 is actually pretty great, defying its budget-conscious price range with great audio, decent … [Read more...] about EasySMX Cool 2000 gaming headset review: A surprisingly solid $29 option
Apple debuted the first iPad in 2010, and I’ve tested nearly every sequel released since then: the iteratively evolved second-, third-, and fourth-generation models, smaller iPad minis, thinner iPad Airs, and bigger iPad Pros. Thanks to the $329 entry-level iPad and its current brethren, today’s iPad lineup is the best and most diverse in history — a … [Read more...] about The 5-Point 2018 iPad Pro review: Awesome hardware held back by software and pricing
There's a big rivalry inside the slim chassis of Apple's newest MacBook Air.The laptop's two ports serve double duty, working as both industry-standard USB-C inputs and Intel's proprietary Thunderbolt alternative to connect devices like monitors, cameras and external hard drives. (Apple calls them Thunderbolt ports, adding to the confusion.) Intel is heavily pushing the … [Read more...] about Intel’s Thunderbolt port is plenty fast, but USB-C is stealing its thunder. Case in point: the new iPad Pro.
Smartphones and mobile operating systems were originally designed to converge the past. They replaced our phones, personal digital assistants, portable video and music players, gaming handhelds, and GPS units into one, small, always-connected package. And it was good. Now, smartphones and mobile operating systems are in a race for the future — not just to define it but to … [Read more...] about iOS 12 Review: What’s now for what’s next