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PowerBeats Pro, which debuted in May, quickly became my go-to workout headphones.

My 2019 tech: Here are the computers, gadgets, and accessories I’m using on a personal basis this year — and which ones I’d recommen...

I review a lot of new tech for Business Insider, like headphones, gadgets and accessories. But reviewing tech isn't the same thing as owning it.
The $1,000 stand in question.

Sorry, Apple’s controversial $1,000 computer-screen stand isn’t a rip-off — it’s a missed opportunity

Apple is a victim of its own poor messaging — by separating the stand price from the display, Apple shot itself in the foot.

Apple wants to sell you a $1,000 stand so you can use its new $5,000 monitor

Apple's 32-inch Pro Display XDR is a 6K Retina display with an impressive list of features, but you'll need to invest in a stand to use it properly.

I tried a 4K monitor and a high-end gaming display to see which is the best computer monitor for most people — and there’s a clear winner

I pitted a 27-inch 4K monitor from LG against Dell's high-end 25-inch Alienware gaming monitor.

The best gaming monitors you can buy

Gaming monitors are all about the refresh rate. These are the best gaming monitors that you can buy to optimize your gaming experience.

Samsung’s massive 49-inch super-wide monitor got an upgrade that will make video games look incredible — if your PC can handle it

Samsung's new CRG9 super-ultra-wide monitor is what gamers really wanted with its higher resolution.

This guy found a way to use Apple’s Mac software on an iPad — and it works surprisingly well

It's long been a dream to see Apple's Mac software on an iPad. And it's actually possible with the new Mac Mini.

Here’s what it’s like to play video games on the widest computer monitor in the world

Don't try Samsung's super-ultra-wide CHG90 monitor if you want to stay happy with your normal widescreen monitor.
One of Nvidia's new 65-inch big format gaming displays.

Nvidia’s 65-inch gaming monitors are totally nuts — but for some gamers, they’ll make perfect sense

Nvidia's new gadgets are basically large-screen TVs with all the features you'd expect from top-of-the-line gaming monitors.