The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were announced this week, and now the first details on charging the phones are beginning to appear. Interestingly, you won’t be able to charge your phone as fast as possible with the mains adapter that comes in the box. Here’s how to achieve maximum charging speeds with the Google Pixel 2.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 includes a lot of exciting new technology — an iris scanner, a giant bezel-free display and a dual rear camera system. It also comes with a new USB Type-C port, which doesn’t sound quite as exciting, but it makes a huge difference to how you can use your phone compared to the Micro USB port that came on older Notes. Here’s what you need to know about USB-C on the Note 8.
Where on earth are the USB and HDMI ports? This is a question that you may be asking after buying the brand new MacBook or MacBook Pro. Well if you haven’t already worked it out, the answer is – they’re gone! Instead you will have between one and four very small oval shaped ports depending […]
Today we’re highlighting one essential USB-C accessory: a simple USB-C splitter from Belkin that is designed to turn one USB-C port into four: two USB-C ports and two full-size USB-A ports. Let’s take a closer look!
USB-C is a huge upgrade over traditional USB, but it is messy. Before, you got laptops that had one of every connection you needed, and now you’re left with just one or two USB-C ports (and some full-sized USB if you’re lucky).
USB-C Multiport Hubs are a nice way to get those missing ports back, but choosing the right one is a challenge. That’s why I’ve broken down our most popular USB-C Hubs into five simple categories, based on the ports they have. We’ll start with the simplest hubs and slowly move up to the most feature-filled options. Let’s begin!