Over the past few months, I’ve had the privilege to publish a couple dozen notes and reviews here on Product Dork. It hasn’t been a full year, but I thought I would do a round-up of the top reviews so far on Product Dork.
This list is not perfect. Items that have been published longer, like my notes on the Airmega, have a bit of advantage here. In either case, I thought it would be interesting.
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4. The Sony a6300
a6300 is a fantastic mid-range camera. It’s the camera I would recommend to beginners getting more serious about photography. It’s small, reliable and provides great-quality RAW photos.
Sony’s a6000 series was the clear winner once I decided I was going to abandon DSLR models for mirrorless cameras. At the time there were three cameras to consider the a6500, a6300 and a6000.
The a6300 was a significant improvement over the a6000. Most notably the bump from …
3. Panasonic EgroFit Earbuds
I had a pair of headphones die yesterday. Generally, that isn’t great grounds for writing a post about it’s quality. However, the Panasonic EgroFit Headphones (RP-HJE120) might be the best cheap headphones you can find on Amazon—or anywhere for that matter.
These headphones were purchased back in 2014. They’ve been used heavily—almost every day since I purchased them. I’ve mostly listen to them while walking or taking the train to work. They don’t have a case, they get wrapped up a…
2. Moto G5s Plus
I have spent the last month with the Moto G5s Plus and can say that it is an exceptional phone. It’s fast, has a decent camera and the best battery life of any smartphone I’ve seen. The phone has it’s flaws, but it is difficult to imagine a better option for the money.
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1. Compairing the Coway Airmega 300 and 400
This is not a full review of the
Airmega 300 or 400 air purifiers—although I do intend to do one soon. However, I did want to jot some notes down comparing the two models.
Since discovering I have some seasonal allergies about two years ago, I’ve been looking for a decent air purifier. My place is a large studio, about 850 sq ft, and it’s mostly one room. I was looking for a few things:
Capable of purifying coverage for about 700 sq ft
What do you all think? Is there a favorite review that didn’t make the list?