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Sony WHCH720N review | My time with Sony's top tier mid-range headphones

Sony's latest mid-range headphones are quite good but not perfect. They definitely get the job done with ANC and transparency in terms of features. The price is also a good look as well with the value that's being made available in relation to those features. Check out the video for more on my thoughts and experience with Sony's 720N. 

Bellroy Lite Daypack | The backpack for all day trips

The lightest backpack I ever used is also one of the toughest and most durable too. In this video, I give you a tour of Bellroy's Lite Daypack and how it may fit into your life. So far I have enjoyed the backpack and it has become my go to long trip companion. Check out the video for more.  

Pixel Buds A Review

  I've been living with the new Pixel Buds A for about 2 months now and have some thoughts. The Buds A checks nearly all the boxes for a set of truly wireless earbuds. Good sound, great connection, hands-free Assistant, excellent minimal design, and solid battery life. I can go on but you get the point. The Pixel Buds A is literally everything I wanted the Pixel Buds to be. Pixel Buds was just too buggy and I am glad that Google went with another chip that allows for each bud to receive a Bluetooth stream from your phone or tablet.  There are two things that stand out to me that make the Buds A an instant hit IMO. The sound and the features Google were able to leave in at this price point. The sound is absolutely amazing, especially at this price point. Music sounds very detailed and crisp while keeping the bass prominent with pretty deep lows. As for features, you get Hey Google, Adaptive Sound, and Android Fast Pair. There is also in-ear detection to pause music when you take the