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Feedback Loop: Ducking autocorrect, Steam Machines, 12-inch tablets and more


Welcome to Feedback Loop, a weekly roundup of the most interesting discussions happening within the Engadget community. There's so much technology to talk about and so little time to enjoy it, but you have a lot of great ideas and opinions that need to be shared! Join us every Saturday as we highlight some of the most interesting discussions that happened during the past week.

It's hard to believe CES is finally over and it seems like the Engadget community was just as busy as the Engadget editorial team. This week we speculated about who would be buying Steam Machines, discussed whether or not 12-inch tablets make sense, wondered why the duck autocorrect is annoying, sought good headphone recommendations for the PlayStation 4 and asked about USB hubs to manage the cable clutter. Click past the break and read what fellow Engadget users like you have to say.

Ducking autocorrect

Veronica says, "iPhone, there is never an instance where I meant to write "ducking," except this one. Never. I promise you." Needless to say, it's a source of much frustration for many users. Why the duck can't we change this shot already? Share your tips and tricks for getting around your phone's helpful spell check.

Who will play Steam Machines?

Frankspin takes a look at the Steam Machines announced during CES, compares them to next-gen consoles and wonders who will ultimately be buying them. Do you have a serious affinity for this new take on PC gaming? If so, tell us why you're excited about the latest Steam Machines!

USB hub recommendations

We have wireless displays, wireless charging and wireless communication. So, why are there still so many wires on our desks? RobotTurkey has too many USB cables and is looking for USB hub recommendations. What are your favorite USB hubs that help manage (or contribute to) the clutter on your desk and keep your mobile devices fully charged? Post your recommendations right here.

Do 12-inch tablets make sense?

Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, a gigantic 12-inch tablet. There have also been numerous rumors that Apple will eventually make a 12-inch iPad. Engadget reader TgD decided to break down the rumors of a 12-inch iPad. Would you find a larger iPad (or any 12-inch tablet) to be useful? Tell us what you think.

Best headphones for a PlayStation 4

Saving your squadmates in Battlefield 4 requires hard work, dedication and good communication. That's why Baileylo is searching for a good set of headphones to use on his new PlayStation 4. What are his best options for optimal fragging goodness? Post what you're using to survive the digital battlefield.

That's all this week! Do you want to talk about your favorite gadget or have a burning question about technology? Register for an Engadget account today, visit the Engadget forums and start a new discussion!

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