Flashforge Adventurer 4 3D Printer Review: Solid Hardware, Buggy Software

The Flashforge Adventurer 4 is the flagship of the Adventurer line of FDM 3D printers, and features a 220 x 200 x 250 mm build volume, a flexible removable build platform, an integrated spool holder, the ability to resume a print after a power outage and more in an enclosed chamber (with built-in air filter) that feels like it could survive a drop off of a bridge. The Adventurer 4 has a list of hardware features that will certainly seem in line with what you would expect from a $799 3D printer. 

Unfortunately, the software for the machine doesn’t live

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Hammerhead Karoo 2 Cycling Computer Review

On your next group ride, take a look at everyone’s handlebars and the odds are pretty good that they’ve got either a Garmin or Wahoo GPS cycling computer attached to them (I’ve ridden with both — and reviewed the Wahoo ROAM and new BOLT). If a GPS cycling computer is on your shopping list, you’re probably looking at either Garmin or Wahoo. PEZ reviews Hammerhead’s challenge to Garmin and Wahoo with their Karoo 2.

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Hammerhead Karoo 2 – $399

Below is a laundry list of specs (not exhaustive) for the Karoo 2. But you really should visit the Hammerhead website

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[Gadget Review] Samsung foldables are worthy of credit score for upgrades

Samsung Electronics’ two most up-to-date foldable smartphones, Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3, did not look to have the “wow” issue when to start with unveiled, but at a closer search, they do deserve some praise.

As a user of Z Flip, with a spouse who also owns the Galaxy Z Fold, I personally experienced expectations for new editions of the foldable equipment, hoping they would be “more comfortable” to use in day-to-day lifetime.

As I experienced hoped, Galaxy Z Fold3 turned a bit thinner and lighter for better portability, while offering a entire new working experience of full-display screen

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SRM PC8 cycling computer review | Cyclingnews

SRM needs no introduction. For the past three decades, the German brand has established itself as the industry arbiter when it comes to power meter accuracy and its head units are equally as impressive and enviable, what with the bold colourways and prominent aesthetics of the PowerControl or PC for short. The SRM PC8 replaced the PC7 as the brand’s best cycling computer back in 2014 and has aged impressively well during this time, both from a visual and technological point of view.

While bereft of any navigational prompting – something that puts it somewhat at a disadvantage compared to

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Polyrizon’s ground breaking proprietary engineering uncovered effective versus coronavirus in a pre-clinical review

Polyrizon’s formulations demonstrated significant efficacy by avoiding coronavirus from interacting with epithelial host cells and by inhibiting cells’ dying

OMER, Israel, July 23, 2021 (World NEWSWIRE) — Medigus Ltd. (Nasdaq: MDGS), a engineering business engaged in state-of-the-art clinical answers, innovative world-wide-web systems and electric powered motor vehicle and charging alternatives, these days introduced that Polyrizon Ltd., a privately held business (which Medigus owns 33.24% of its share capital) engaged in acquiring very differentiated biological gels for the goal of defending individuals in opposition to organic threats and external pathogens, reported pre-clinical information from its formerly declared pre-medical research exhibiting that

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Dell XPS Desktop 8940 Special Edition review: A whole lot of computer in a small space

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The Dell XPS Desktop 8940 is a great little desktop for a laptop person like myself. Like Dell’s premium XPS laptops, the XPS Desktop is attractive and small — perfect for tight spaces. Unlike the laptops, though, there are plenty of opportunities for upgrades to help you deal with changing needs. 


  • Compact but still roomy inside
  • Plenty of component options
  • Good front, rear port assortment

Don’t Like

  • Basic included accessories
  • No rear USB-C ports
  • Design not quite as nice as XPS laptops

From basic to fully loaded

The Dell XPS Desktop starts at about $640 and

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T-Mobile Home Internet Review | PCMag

T-Mobile’s Home Internet, which uses excess capacity on T-Mobile’s 4G and 5G networks, brings refreshing competition to the home internet service space, at $60 per month with no contract. We tested it for two months and found that it’s a fine alternative to any cable or DSL tier of 100Mbps or less. However, it can’t compete with high-speed fiber connections—at least not yet.

The New ISP in (Every) Town

We don’t normally review ISPs at PCMag, for various reasons. Internet services are hard to get installed and hard to cancel, new services are often not available at our testing locations

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