If you want the biggest screen you can get at the most reasonable price; then a projector might be a better choice than a TV. You can easily get a 100-inch or more setup for a fraction of the cost of similarly sized TVs. That’s all good and well when you want to watch a movie, but what about when you want to play video games?
Sure, you can hook up a console to a projector, assuming it has an HDMI port, but should you? Well, that’s a tricky question to answer. Projectors are very different beasts than TVs with an entirely different set of capabilities. We’ll get into all the whys and hows and if you should use a projector with your gaming console in the top story.
Last week I flew to CES, and I took a pair of QuietOn Sleep Buds to help me survive the flight and loud hotel stay. And I have to say, they really really helped.
Wyze just announced an awesome update for anyone that prefers to skip the cloud and record to an SD card.
Projectors deliver the ultimate home cinema experience thanks to their crisp image quality and massive display size. But what if you want to play games on a 120-inch screen? Can you use a projector for gaming, and if so, what do you need to know before buying a gaming projector? Read More »
Nintendo Switch Online unlocks a ton of perks for your console, including a wide selection of classic NES, SNES, N64, and Sega games. And now, you can enjoy those retro games with a pair of discounted NES gamepads. Nintendo is offering a $25 discount on its official NES gamepad two-pack until February 2nd, bringing its price down to just $35. Read More »
Like you, we’re psyched about Wyze Cam Plus Lite, a new service that’s basically free for all Wyze Cam owners. But Wyze has another huge announcement for its customers—after years of only supporting microSD cards up to 32GB, Wyze Cams will finally support higher capacity local storage solutions. Read More »
Have you ever pulled a no-call no-show? Well, you’re not alone. Samsung was supposed to debut its groundbreaking Exynos 2200 SoC on January 11th, but it bailed on the launch event without telling anyone. What’s worse, the company won’t explain why it skipped work. Read More »
Nuro, the autonomous delivery EV startup founded by two ex-Google engineers, announced its latest autonomous vehicle with several key improvements as it prepares to hit the streets, including external airbags for pedestrian safety. Read More »
Nothing’s more annoying than seeing those annoying fabric pills develop on your favorite old t-shirts, sweaters, and blankets. Fortunately, thanks to this fabric shaver, you won’t have to live with them. With a few quick passes, you can make all your fabric look like new again. The shaver features three blades plus a 65mm mesh cover, and captures strings, fuzz, and lint in the removable collector. And, of course, it also has an automatic shut-off timer, a safety lock, and will shut off automatically if it detects the blade cover is loose or open.
Historically speaking, Microsoft Surface devices are incredibly difficult to repair. But Microsoft has really stepped up to the plate over this last year; not only did it team up with iFixit to develop official repair tools, but its newest products contain more modular parts and fewer adhesives than ever before. Now, shockingly, Microsoft has published its first official Surface repair video. Read More »
The Consumer Electronics Show was last week, which meant I got to play with lots of fun gadgets. But it also meant a long flight filled with deafening aural assaults. To combat the noise, I tried QuietOn 3 Sleep earbuds, and surprisingly they tackled the job well. Read More »
After skipping the Android 10 update, NVIDIA is now pushing Android 11 to all NVIDIA Shield TV streaming devices, including the original NVIDIA Shield TV from 2015. This update, which is bundled in “SHIELD Experience 9.0,” enables a handful of new features and improvements for your premium Android TV device. Read More »