Looking at the primary controllers for the three major consoles today, you might think that there’s not a lot else to be done to perfect a controller. And, you’d be right! The current dual-stick design has served us well for nigh on to two decades. But fighting game fans long for a simpler time.
When I reviewed the Jabra Elite 75, I called them the best-sounding true wireless earbuds you can buy. I’ve had the Elite Active 75t, which add water- and sweat-proofing to the package, for the last several weeks, and guess what? It’s the same story here. But now you can sweat all over them.
Almost 2 years after its original announcement and exactly 5 years after its predecessor released, Ori and the Will of the Wisps was finally released on March 11th. This was my most anticipated game the year, which is why I’m happy to say that it is a great game, but one you might want to wait a couple of weeks before buying.
From its Capsule II portable projector, to its Liberty 2 Pro headphones, Anker is fast becoming a go-to brand in terms of affordable tech. Here’s why its Nebula Soundbar continues Anker’s trend of producing feature-rich accessories.
It seems like everyone is talking about air fryers and how cool they are. But really, how cool are they? I’ve been using this Bagotte 3.7 QT air fryer for the last several weeks, and man, I’m sold. It’s awesome (but it has some quirks).
I have a problem. My living room, which I’ve recently renovated with new crown molding, fresh paint, a stained glass-filled coat closet door, and LED lighting, should look like an adult’s room. But it also has four Arcade1Up cabinets: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pac Man, Street Fighter 2, and now the limited edition $400 BurgerTime machine. Who am I kidding, my living room is fantastic. And so is BurgerTime—mostly.
I’ve always wanted to build a media room in my basement. It’s finished, has nice carpeting, and it’s the place I have the most control over lighting. Unfortunately, my basement is long, narrow, and has low ceilings. So, I always thought a projector was impossible for my basement. The $2,800 Vava 4K HDR Ultra-Short Throw projector turned that assumption on its head. Now I want two—one for my basement and one for my living room.
A few months ago I reviewed HyperX’s Cloud Stinger wireless headset and found it to be a good value for those who don’t need any extra features. The Cloud Flight S is the company’s foray into more high-end audio, and I’m sorry to say that it disappoints in terms of both value and features.
Who spends a thousand dollars on a single PC monitor? There are two answers: gamers and digital artists. As with the rest of the Ultrasharp series, the Dell U3818DW is for the latter. Its massive 38-inch, ultrawide curved screen and 3840×1600 resolution are great, but artists will especially love that it’s paired with a super-accurate IPS screen panel.