A little over two years ago, we got our first look at BMW’s next-generation battery-electric vehicle architecture.
Apple has released the first of its new Macs with the company’s custom-designed M1 Arm processor. But you’d never know it by looking at the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or Mac mini, which all look virtually identical to their Intel-based predecessors.
And that decision feels like a deliberate one. Apple made some big internal changes here, including a new logic board and a fully integrated system-on-a-chip (SoC) that replaces most of the discrete components within these new Macs. It would have been relatively easy to introduce more substantial external changes along with it.
If you’re like me, you have a drawer or shelf filled with gaming controllers, cables, accessories, and other assorted knick-knacks. It can feel chaotic and annoying if you’re hunting for something specific amidst all that mess. Thankfully, the incredibly inexpensive Oivo Charging Stand for Nintendo Switch Controllers is here to save the day.
In this Oivo Charging Stand for Nintendo Switch Controllers review, I’ll tell you all about why this little device is basically a no-brainer if you need a charging solution.
Oivo Charging Stand for Nintendo Switch Controllers: What is it?
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It’s been nearly 10 years since the first Nest Learning Thermostat was released. If you ask me, a refresh to the lineup was long overdue. Not that the 2020 Nest Thermostat is revolutionary by any means, but the device’s new design and cheap price point make this an overall more approachable smart home device — particularly for those who are new to smart thermostats.
Read our full Google Nest Thermostat review to see if it’s right for you.
About this Google Nest Thermostat review: I used the Google Nest Thermostat for one week in my home in Rockford, Illinois, running