M. Brett Smith

M. Brett Smith

Brett lives in New York by way of Kansas City. He loves drones, fitness gadgets, and anything that takes him outdoors. No Wizard of Oz jokes, please. 

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Today, after months of speculation, Sony unveiled the highly anticipated Airpeak S1 professional drone. Though it was teased last November, and even made a brief appearance at CES 2021, detailed information about Sony’s first drone has remained a heavily guarded secret—until now. Sony...
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Though probably better known for making some of the best laptops on the planet, ASUS’s extensive consumer tech catalog also features a trove of high-end displays, including the new...
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In the span of a few short weeks, Oculus has released not one but two major software updates for the Oculus Quest 2. Firmware versions v28 and v29 unlock several new features and modes for the popular VR platform, including wireless PC streaming via Air Link, 120Hz support, and the new “Live...
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It’s no secret that a disorganized home or workplace causes stress. Recent studies have shown that our physical and mental well-being can be negatively affected by overly cluttered environments. One easy solution for combatting the stress that comes from a disorganized space is a label maker. Label makers help keep tabs on all your easy-to-lose-or-misplace items. They designate where things go,...
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MSI has announced a treasure trove of new laptops aimed at gamers and creators of every stripe and skill level. More than 10 new laptops were mentioned in MSI’s formal announcement, including models featuring the latest 11th Gen Intel® Core™ processors and NVIDIA’s hard-to-find GeForce RTX 3080 GPU. MSI vs. M1 Despite its well-...
4 weeks ago
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Here at B&H, we’re proud to announce an exclusive new underwater housing from AquaTech: the...
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Great news for anyone looking to trade in one of their Apple devices: You can now get up to $750 when you trade in your approved device using Phobio. Here’s how it works: First, visit the...
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Today, at its “Spring Loaded” event, Apple announced a swarm of new products and services, including major updates for some of its most popular devices, such as the iMac, Apple TV, and more. Here’s everything that was everything from today’s big event. AirTag Apple’s first product announcement was the debut of its long-awaited...
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The new DJI Air 2S is here! Featuring a powerful imaging system that includes a 1" CMOS sensor, all-new autonomous functions, as well as the ultralight design for which the Mavic Air series is known, the Air 2S appears to be the total package. It’s portable. It’s powerful. And if you’re an...
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DJI's latest drone, the Air 2S, has officially taken flight. And while early reviews seem overwhelmingly positive, one big question about the new flyer remains: Is it that much better than...
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2 months ago
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B&H is excited to announce its partnership with the 2021 OUTSIDERS Photography Conference, to be held in person April 16-18, in Kanab, Utah, with a virtual attendance option also available. Geared toward landscape, wildlife, and nature photographers of all backgrounds and abilities, this conference will provide attendees with three days...
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Bose® has just announced two new wireless speakers, the SoundLink Revolve™ II and Revolve+™ II. Like their predecessors, the SoundLink Revolve™ and Revolve+™, these portable, pint-size speakers deliver astonishingly powerful sound—enough to fill an entire room with 360° of jaw-...
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For a Kansas-born Midwesterner, Austin Gilmore’s resume reads more like a “What do you want to be when you grow up?” wish list than an actual CV. His job history includes time as a TV and movie producer, actor, animator, author, board game designer, toy maker, and art director—just to name a few. He helped create the Emmy-winning TV miniseries, Hatfields & McCoys, produced the New York Times...
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Although studies show that remote work is beneficial to employees and employers, there are definitely some challenges involved. How do I set up my virtual office? What are some best practices for maintaining productivity? What kind of computer equipment do I need? To answer that last one, we’ve put together a...
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According to the CDC’s Guidelines for Cleaning and Disinfecting, routinely touched surfaces, such as your smartphone, heighten the risk of exposure to the coronavirus. To combat that risk, the CDC recommends regularly cleaning and disinfecting those same surfaces—including your...
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