Craig Wilson

Craig is News Editor at Input where he oversees a team of news writers covering breaking tech news and assists the other editors with shaping features and longer-form pieces. He also writes about transport tech, smart lighting, music-making gear, and wearables. Before joining Input, Craig was the editor of the consumer-tech magazine Stuff for five years. His work has also appeared in Tom's Guide, The Sunday Times, and Business Day. He lives — and increasingly works, sleeps, cooks, jumps rope, and encourages people to get vaccinated — in Brooklyn, New York.

The next Unagi e-scooter has shocks and looks extremely hot
Craig Wilson
Unagi roped in industrial designer Yves Béhar to help with its design.
Design
Keychron Q1 review: Your gateway to keyboard addiction
Craig Wilson
Whether you’re an enthusiast or just getting into mechanical keyboards, the Keychron Q1 is crazy customizable, built like a tank, and a joy to type on. It’s also affordable at $170.
Reviews
The Serial 1 is the Cadillac of e-bikes... with a price to match
Craig Wilson
If you have to ask how much, Harley-Davidson’s Serial 1 is probably not the electrified bicycle for you.
Reviews
Razor's new LED-laden scooters for kids are discos on wheels
Craig Wilson
For extra attention-grabbing goodness, one even has a built-in Bluetooth speaker.
They see me rollin'
L.A. band Acid's new box set turns into a musical instrument
Craig Wilson
Plug it in, turn it on, and tap out a tune.
Tap that
Niu KQi3 scooter review: Powerful, fast, and smooth as butter
Craig Wilson
You'll be hard-pressed to find an electric scooter with as rich a feature set for the price.
Reviews
Fitbit's Charge 5 brings smartwatch health features to a tracker
Craig Wilson
ECG and EDA measurements mean deeper insights into heart health and stress levels.
Tech
Fitbit Luxe review: Not as luxurious as the name suggests
Craig Wilson
A color display and fresh hues can't make up for shoddy accessories and missing metrics.
Reviews
This $25 pull-up bar is all you need to get ripped for the post-pandemic
Craig Wilson
Skip the overpriced Equinox membership. Getting fit, feeling good, or just relieving your back pain is just a pull-up bar away.
This Thing Rules
Insta360 Go 2 review: A tiny and ingenious action cam
Craig Wilson
Inspired design, intuitive software, and a flexible selection of accessories justify the price tag... but don’t expect epic battery life.
Reviews
Serial 1, Harley's e-bike brand, is auctioning off a one-of-a-kind chopper
Craig Wilson
It's the first bike in a series of auctions Serial 1 is calling its "1-Off Series." And it’s hot.
Design
Google's new Nest Cams and Doorbell are smarter and more flexible than ever
Craig Wilson
Easier to install, smarter, and less liable to send you superfluous notifications.
Tech
Ikea's new smart air purifier doubles as a side table
Craig Wilson
There's a standalone version, too, if you've got enough tables already but still want clean air.
Tech
Nothing's Ear (1) wireless buds go on sale Saturday for only $99
Craig Wilson
The translucent, truly wireless earphones include noise cancellation despite their diminutive price point.
Tech
I visited the physical Google store in NYC and it was... fine
Craig Wilson
Buy Chrome Dino socks, T-shirts, caps or, you know, Google's growing selection of hardware, which you can also have repaired on-site.
Tech
Dozens of websites are down right now including some banks and airlines
Craig Wilson
The problem stems from problems with a company called Akamai's DNS service.
Tech
I love 360 cameras but I couldn’t love the Iqui 360
Craig Wilson
The pen-shaped Iqui 360 camera is packed with good ideas and incredibly user-friendly, but it's far too expensive for what it offers.
Reviews
An 'A.I. model' of Anthony Bourdain's voice says lines he never uttered in new documentary
Craig Wilson
“We can have a documentary-ethics panel about it later,” said director Morgan Neville.
Culture
Ford Mustang Mach-E review: Better than the Tesla Model Y?
Craig Wilson
A reminder that legacy carmakers can make great electric cars when they put their minds to it.
Plug-in pony
Nanoleaf Elements review: Finally, smart lights that match your furniture
Craig Wilson
These faux wood LED light panels are more tasteful than the rainbow-hued ones every YouTuber and Twitch streamer has at home.
Reviews