If you’ve been looking into getting a projector, then you’ve also had to consider another facet of that purchase: the projector screen. And these days, there are many options, and not just how big you go either. One option you might have seen is ALR screens, and they probably look odd (and grey).
ALR is short for “ambient light rejecting,” but what does that mean? And should you even spend all the extra money to get one? We have those answers and more in the top story.
Well, it turns out the Pixel 6a is a better phone than the 6 Pro in at least one area.
Hey, pretty soon, you won’t need an EV made by Tesla to use a Tesla Supercharger!
Andrew spent some time with the AverMedia PW315 Webcam Review, and uh… ouch.
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. Read More »
After a long invite-only beta test, Wyze is finally making its new Cam Plus Pro subscription available to everyone. This subscription tier turns any eligible Wyze Cam into an affordable whole-home security system with live agents and emergency responses for $3.99 a month. Read More »
In a surprise move, Google announced the upcoming Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro in May, months ahead of the expected release date. Unfortunately, after promising a “soft touch glass” finish, Google has already changed its mind on the much-requested feature. Read More »
Last year, Tesla announced plans to open its fast Supercharger network to all EVs instead of only its own vehicles. The first rollout started in the Netherlands, then all EVs in Europe, and now Elon Musk is sharing details on how it’ll work in the United States. Read More »
When you think about new smartphones, you probably think of fancy specs like a big gorgeous display or a powerful rear camera system. But Hisense’s new E-Ink smartphone, the A9, will make you think differently about gorgeous displays. Read More »
Whether you’re in a dim practice room at school or you just don’t have enough light at home, this clip-on music stand light is here to save the day. It fits on most traditional music stands, and you can even clip it onto a piano’s built-in sheet music stand if needed. It features nine lighting options thanks to three color temperatures (3000K warm, 6500K white, and 4200K mixed) and three brightness levels (low, medium, and high). The lamp has 19 LEDs for extra-wide coverage that won’t flicker, a rechargeable 1800mAh lithium-ion battery, and a back fin that directs light away from the audience’s view.
After six months of complaints, updates, and weird excuses, the Pixel 6 fingerprint sensor still sucks. It’s slow and unresponsive, likely due to hardware constraints. But thank goodness—the Pixel 6a may not suffer from these problems. Read More »
Gift cards are one of the easiest gifts to pick up at the last second and are also extremely safe bets to make for everyone on your gift list. But just because a gift card has a certain value doesn’t mean that’s how much you have to pay. There are plenty of excellent resources online that offer discounted gift cards—both physical cards and digital. You just have to know where to look. Read More »
Avermedia is best known for its capture cards, which are popular among gamers. So, I was pretty excited when the company told us about its PW315 webcam. At just $120, this is one of the cheapest webcams to offer 1080p 60FPS video, and I figured that it’d be a great value for both livestreamers and remote workers. Read More »
There was a time when unlimited data plans were truly unlimited. You paid a certain amount every month and you could use as much data as you wanted. However, as more of the world has adopted smartphones, these plans have gone away. Read More »
Installing smart sprinkler controllers gives you more and better control over your irrigation. You can manually or automatically set schedules and use real-time data to save time, frustration, and money on your water bills. Our in-depth guide will help you pick the best. Read More »
Whether you’re superstitious or not, everyone’s aware of the negative connotations surrounding Friday the 13th. For ages, many folks have believed nothing good ever happens on this day, but how exactly did it get its unlucky rep? Read More »