Windows 11 is rapidly approaching, but you already knew that. Now that Microsoft announced a release date, the company is ready to tell you about something else: new Surface devices! Microsoft announced an event imaginatively titled “Microsoft Event,” and while the company technically didn’t say what it’s about, the silhouetted Surface device is a pretty good clue.
Personally, I really hope the company makes the Surface Duo 2 official. I know the Samsung foldables are on everyone’s minds, but I adored the original Surface Duo. It felt like a laptop in my pocket that made me truly productive on the go. That is until it broke from just plugging it in. Yeah, a second upgraded version, please. Check out the top story for all the other details.
I took a look at Cherry’s new ergonomic keyboard, and while it doesn’t have mechanical switches as you’d expect from the name, it’s an excellent “first ergonomic keyboard.” If you’ve been thinking about making the switch to ergonomic, check this keyboard out.
JVC announced a few new projectors, and they do something I haven’t seen from any other projector yet—offer full support for Xbox Series X and PS5. Yeah, even the mega framerates.
Someone came up with a sweet script that will easily install Windows 10 or 11 on your Raspberry Pi. Gonna give this a whirl myself.
Microsoft will begin the official Windows 11 rollout on October 5th, but first, it wants to announce some new Surface products. The company just announced its September 22nd Surface Event, which should give us our first look at the Surface Pro 7, the Surface Duo 2, and more. Read More »
I’ve been using ergonomic keyboards exclusively for a decade, and sometimes I forget what a learning curve can be. Most ergonomic keyboards are unforgiving for the newly converted, and expensive too. Cherry’s new inexpensive ergonomic keyboard might be the best “beginner ergonomic” keyboard. Read More »
Installing Windows 10 on a Raspberry Pi SD card was impossible just one year ago. But after a ton of small milestones, there’s finally an easy way to get Windows 10 or Windows 11 on your Pi. A new script called WoR-Flasher does the job in a jiffy, opening the door to experimentation or app building for Windows on ARM. Read More »
After the initial announcement back in May, today, Subaru is showing off more photos and revealing new details about its first EV, the Solterra. Named after the Latin words for “Sun” and “Earth,” Solterra represents Subaru’s effort to deliver an environmentally-friendly SUV for the masses. And while the EV looks nice, it doesn’t really look like a Subaru. Read More »
Microsoft overlooked its strict Windows 11 hardware requirements for some beta testers in its Dev Channel, but the company will no longer accommodate unsupported PCs. If you’re a Dev Channel tester with an underpowered PC, then you won’t get the next Insider build and must roll back to Windows 10 for continued software support. Read More »
Had a long day? Have tired muscles? Get the deep muscle relaxation you deserve with this remarkable percussive massage gun. Not only does it relieve sore and stiff muscles, it also stimulates blood circulation and releases lactic acid buildup, helping you feel relaxed and comfortable. It features 20 different speeds at 1200-3200rpm and six different types of massage heads so you can precisely target various muscle groups. The easy-to-read LCD screens show you what speed it’s at and how much battery is left and it runs between 30-50dB so it’s not loud.
Samsung has unveiled a new 200-megapixel camera sensor designed for smartphones, the highest resolution phone imaging sensor ever made. Named the ISOCELL HP1, this camera packs 0.64μm pixels and can combine 16 of them at once for sharp 12.5-megapixel photos, among other things. Read More »
We’ll get a sneak peek at the “future of PS5” during a September 9th PlayStation Showcase. While details on the event are a bit slim, Sony says that the “industry’s most imaginative developers” will show up to talk about games and “updates from PlayStation Studios.” Read More »
It’s JBL day! The popular audio company just announced nine new products, including the JBL Flip 6, two new PartyBoxes, two pairs of over-ear headphones, and four pairs of wireless earbuds. There are a ton a products to look at here, so let’s take things one a at a time. Read More »
JVC is about to take high-res gaming and movies to the next level with its newest laser projectors. The company just announced an entire line of what it’s calling the world’s first 48Gbps-rated 8K HDMI 2.1 port projector. They can handle up to 120fps gaming at 4K or 60fps gaming at 8K. So imagine the possibilities on your big screen. Read More »
Waiting for the right time to snag Apple’s tiny-yet-powerful Mac Mini M1? This is it! This deal from Amazon saves you 100 smackeroos, putting the device at its lowest price ever—just $600! It’s listed as $659 but there’s a coupon applied at checkout that lowers the total down to the final price. Read More »
NVIDIA Broadcast is one of the best tools in a livestreamer’s arsenal, especially for gamers who need to cut keyboard noises or room echo out of their broadcast. But Broadcast’s automatic noise removal tool has one terrible problem—it cuts audio when livestreamers scream. A new 1.3 update addresses the issue, though, and brings a few small improvements to the Broadcast software. Read More »
Smartphones are great for watching YouTube videos, but the smaller controls can be a little annoying to use. Thankfully, the YouTube app is full of handy gestures. If you don’t know about them, you’re really missing out. Read More »
If you’re a huge fan of fall colors like we are, you definitely want to catch them at the right time. This interactive map ensures you’ll visit your favorite forest when its colors are at their most breathtaking. Read More »