I’m going to clue you in on a secret: some TVs are better for gaming than others. Why? Refresh rates and resolution mostly, but the display type also plays a part here. If you play console games of any kind, you really should have a TV that makes the most of that experience.
Here’s another secret for you: good gaming TVs don’t have to cost a ton. In fact, you can get a pretty dang nice TV for gaming and movies/shows that won’t break the bank. Today, we’re highlighting the best budget gaming TVs you can get. Keep in mind that these are generally excellent TVs even if you don’t game; they just have extra features that gamers are sure to appreciate.
PS – I have that Vizio M Series (our best overall pick) in for review right now, and it’s an absolute beast for the money. I highly recommend it. Stay tuned for the full review!
Need a good USB microphone that skips the frills to get the job done? The NZXT Capsule might be the one for you.
Whoop unveiled its 4.0 band today, and it’s a big leap forward from the 3.0. Here’s everything you need to know.
Hulu is raising its prices, but there’s a loophole, so you keep skip the increase.
A TV that can support all the features of the newer gaming consoles is going to cost a lot. However, if you’re willing to compromise on a few features, you can find some solid gaming TVs that won’t devastate your wallet. Read More »
NZXT isn’t a company that comes to mind for audio peripherals. That’s not for lack of trying, though; the company attempted to release a set of headphones in 2019, which wound up canceled. But now NZXT is taking another stab at audio with the brand new Capsule microphone —so how’d that go? Read More »
Using a slow, poorly-made SD card for professional video is a big no-no. Not only will you spend forever waiting for 4K videos to transfer to your computer, but you’ll risk losing files as your SD card falls under the strains of wear and tear. The solution? Samsung’s new line of EVO Plus and EVO PRO Plus SD and microSD cards. Read More »
Today Google announced the official Android 12 operating system release is “just a few weeks away,” but in the meantime, developers can also install the latest Android 12 beta 5. However, if Google’s promise of a global Android 12 release is that close, most people might as well skip this last beta. Read More »
Whoop unveiled its next generation fitness/recovery tracker today, and it’s the company’s biggest update in its short history. The Whoop 4.0 brings more sensors, improved accuracy, better bands, and a whole lot more—all in a smaller package. Let’s dig in. Read More »
A good headlamp is one of those accessories that’s useful in a ton of situations. Whether you’re camping, stargazing, hunting, or rooting around in your basement or attic, a headlamp can provide you with the light you need during your activity. This one has an IP45 rating against dust and water damage, is rechargeable via USB, offers four light modes (low, medium, high, and strobe), has a red light mode, can adjust 90 degrees, and produces 1080 lumens. It also lets you change and zoom the focus, features a super comfortable band that’s adjustable, and has air-tight rubber seals to protect the lights and batteries from the elements.
As of October 8th, Hulu will charge $1 extra for its standard and ad-free streaming tiers, bringing their respective prices up to $7 and $13 a month. But there’s a silver lining here—Disney’s streaming bundles are retaining their original price, making them a better deal than ever before. Read More »
When you hear DJI, you probably think about flying drones, but the company also makes excellent smartphone gimbals to help stabilize video and photos. This week, the newest DJI Osmos 5 gimbal has arrived, and it features a telescoping arm allowing the gimbal to double as a selfie stick. Read More »
Amazon’s cashierless “Just Walk Out” payment system has spent the last half-decade in weird concept stores. But we’re now witnessing the inevitable—Amazon says that two new Whole Foods Markets will let you pick items off the shelf and walk out without paying at a register. Read More »
Hybrid and remote work are now unavoidable, so it only makes sense for companies like Google and Zoom to sell dedicated video conferencing hardware. But Google’s latest product, the Series One Desk 27 monitor, shows that the company’s ambitions are disconnected from reality—nobody needs a $2,000 video conferencing screen that’s locked into Google’s ecosystem. Read More »
The HDMI standard has established itself as a mainstay of the post-HD digital age. While new versions have arrived and speeds have increased, the connectors have remained the same since their initial introduction. Read More »
If you’re trying to stay organized, you don’t have to look much further than an app store. There are countless tools designed to help you remember the important things in life. But what if the best way is to simply write it down? Read More »