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Roku’s First Outdoor TV Comes at a Competitive Price

People who want to stick a TV on their porch have two options. Either shell out $2,000+ for a weather-resistant set, or stick an outdoor cover over a regular TV and cross your fingers. But Roku is shaking things up a bit with its first outdoor TV, which costs nearly half the price of the competition.

The Best VHS to Digital Conversion Kits

Your aging videotapes are beyond obsolete at this point. Manufacturers haven’t even made VCRs since 2016. You can still buy tape players online, but they’re getting harder to find and more expensive as supplies dwindle. So, now is the time to convert the content on your tapes to a digital format.

Ad-Supported Disney+ Is Ad-Free for Kids

Disney+ charges just $8 a month for its service, making it one of the cheapest streaming platforms available today. Still, the company plans to launch an even cheaper ad-supported plan later this year. The company promises that this plan will go light on the ads, and in an odd twist, some viewers won’t see any ads!

How to Add Local TV Channels to Your Plex Server

Cutting the cord doesn’t mean giving up on live TV. Local channels are totally free and often include content that you care about, including sports. But if you want to make the antenna TV experience a bit more modern, you should add local channels to your Plex server for a killer channel guide, remote streaming, DVR functionality, and more.

Are Laser Projectors Really Worth $3,000?

I reviewed a $2,800 ultra-short throw (UST) laser projector two years ago and proclaimed it so good I’d buy one. Of course, I had to send that review unit back, which left me with the hard decision: do I spend the money? I did. And after two years, I can comfortably say it was worth it.

What Is an ALR Projector Screen and Why Would You Want One?

Home theaters are ballooning in popularity, and projector owners are now obsessed with ALR or  “ambient light rejection” screens. Unlike standard white screens, which are shockingly affordable, ALR screens cost well over $600 and promise to improve image quality in unfavorable theater environments—particularly in rooms with lots of unwanted light.
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