J. Trew, Engadget

J. Trew

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Rancho Cucamonga, CA, United States

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Recent articles by James:

The NuraTrue Pro brings 'CD-quality' to its personalized Bluetooth headphones

The original NuraTrue offered audio tuned to your hearing. → Read More

Rode's Rodecaster Pro II isn't just for podcasting

Rode's first Rodecaster Pro was a nod to the growing popularity of podcasting. → Read More

Ayn Odin review: The most comprehensive retro handheld yet

Retro gaming handhelds come in many shapes and sizes, but the Odin from newcomer Ayn might be the most impressive to date in terms of form, function and price.. → Read More

How Gen Z is pushing NES Tetris to its limits

For decades we all played Tetris the same way. → Read More

Amazon AMP preview: Like the app, my radio show needs a little work

Ever wanted to host your own radio show? Now you can with Amazon's AMP. → Read More

JackRabbit review: If a scooter and an e-bike had a baby

Depending on your needs, the JackRabbit is either a highly portable e-bike or a bonkers scooter, or something in between. → Read More

Rode's first headphones are the creator-focused NTH-100

Rode is a name synonymous with microphones. → Read More

The best mobile microphones you can buy, plus how to pick one

Here’s a list of the best mobile microphones you can buy, plus how to pick the best one for your needs.. → Read More

Eargo 6: Tiny hearing aids that don't scrimp on features

If your hearing's not perfect but you don't want a cumbersome over-ear device, the Eargo 6 is about as techy and discreet as it gets.. → Read More

Why an Amazon Echo sounds like an Amazon Echo

The sounds we hear in our digital lives often contain more information than we think. → Read More

Garmin's new Fenix 7 smartwatches get a touchscreen and a flashlight

The Fenix 7 finally has a touchscreen (and a fancy new LED flashlight too).. → Read More

Khadas' Tea DAC is a compelling MagSafe accessory

DACs, or headphone amplifiers, have become more popular since the rise of lossless music streaming. → Read More

Keychron's Q2 is a compact take on its popular customizable keyboard

We really liked the 75% Q1 keyboard, so when Keychron revealed a smaller, 65% version with the same customization we were intrigued.. → Read More

Rode's VideoMic Go II changed my opinion on what a shotgun mic can do

Rode VideoMic Go II does more than plug into your camera. → Read More

512 Audio debuts its first 'studio-inspried' USB mics for creators

From the team behind Warm Audio comes two new USB microphones for podcasting and streaming: The Script and the Tempest.. → Read More

The Eargo 6 will change modes depending on your surroundings

Eargo's tiny hearing aids don't scrimp on the tech, and the latest model is no exception with automatic mode switching, new noise reduction and a "mask mode.". → Read More

Roland's AeroCaster VRC-01 is a wireless video mixer for streamers

Shoot multi-perspective videos and podcasts with the camera you already have in your pocket.. → Read More

Grell Audio's TWS/1 earbuds sound as good as you want them to

Grell Audio's TWS/1 headphones offer premium styling and features without the super-high-end price tag. → Read More

Analogue Pocket review: The best retro handheld in town.

Analogue made us wait a little too long for the Pocket handheld, but we're not mad. → Read More

Analogue Pocket first look: Handheld gaming as good as it ever was

The long-anticipated Analogue Pocket is finally here and it appears to deliver on all its promises. → Read More