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Xbox One X vs PS4 Pro: Which 4K console should you buy right now?

Xbox One X vs PS4 Pro – Which is the 4K Winner? PS4 Pro and Xbox One X mark a huge shift in console gaming. Console

Hyperkin Xbox One Duke Controller Review

The Hyperkin Xbox One Duke Controller review: You can now play games using the original Xbox controller, sort of. What is the Hyperkin Xbox One Duke

Razer Nari Ultimate review: This haptics-enabled gaming headset lets you literally feel the groove

Incredibly comfortable and aided by cooling gel in the ear cups, the Razer Nari Ultimate is a haptics-enabled headset that doesn’t feel like a one-off

Optoma UHD51A review: A 4K UHD HDR smart projector with Alexa and Google Home support

The Optoma UHD51A is a solid smart projector with the added bonus of voice command support and built-in media player. NAILED IT Excellent 4K UHD

Rayo i5 mini projector review: A projector that fits in your pocket

If you are one looking to purchase a mini projector, there are quite a few options to choose from. Today we have with us the Rayo

Sony HT-S500RF 5.1Ch Sound Bar Home Theatre System Review

Our Verdict For about Rs 31,990 you get a well-built home theatre in a box that’s easy to set up with decent connectivity options. It

Just buy it? Why Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Ti might be worth preordering

There are valid reasons to preorder the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti—they just haven’t been articulated well. Look, you shouldn’t preorder anything technology related. Not games,

Xbox All Access: What you need to know

Earlier today, Microsoft announced a new way to buy an Xbox One console called Xbox All Access. Instead of requiring you to drop hundreds of

Wooting One Review

Our Verdict The Wooting One brings a highly useful innovation to mechanical keyboards with the implementation of analog input. Not only does it work but

Chromebooks versus Windows laptops: Which should you buy?

In the fight between a Google Chrome OS-powered Chromebook and a Microsoft Windows PC, it boils down to cost versus convenience. Should I buy a

G-Sync vs. FreeSync: Adaptive sync gaming monitors explained

Two rival technologies promise to rid games of stuttering and tearing. Once you’ve used a variable refresh rate monitor, you can’t go back. AMD’s FreeSync

Thomson LED Smart TV B9 Review

Our Verdict The Thomson TV has good viewing angles, decent sound and works for everyday TV viewing like news, TV shows and the occasional movie.

Google vs PlayStation, Xbox: what it needs to win in gaming

Google has a presence in almost every aspect of our digital lives, from Internet services to smartphones to digital content distribution to connected homes. But

Microsoft Surface Phone, Andromeda: what went wrong (again)

It doesn’t seem to be a good year for Microsoft fans, especially fans waiting for the Windows-powered mobile device to show them all who’s boss.

Sony Bravia A8F TV 55-inch Review

Our Verdict The Sony A8F is the A1 in a new form factor. The TV has fantastic picture quality and the sound is good too.

JBL 2.1 Soundbar Review

Our Verdict For about Rs 24000 you get a well built soundbar with a wireless subwoofer that’s easy to set up and has good connectivity

And finally: Samsung Gear S4 evidence mounts with wireless charger details

It’s time for And finally, the place where we dig out some of the smaller stories from the wonderful world of wearables that might have escaped your

Field of view: Valve’s Knuckles controllers appear to be edging towards release

Time to get caught up on all the latest news in alternate realities It’s Friday, and you’re still a few painful hours away from escaping

Kodak 50 inch Ultra HD (4K) LED Smart TV Review

Our Verdict The TV has a good panel to make the most of your 4K content (including that available at 60hz), it has 3 HDMI

BenQ EW3270U review: 32-inches of 4K HDR monitor glory

If you are looking for a 4K monitor with HDR, the BenQ EW3270U is an excellent choice with its multiple connection types, crisp display, and

X-Fi Sonic Carrier review: Home theater of the absurd

It’s the finest soundbar on the market. But for the money, is it better than conventional surround sound? It is without a doubt the best

Should I Wait for the PS5 or Buy a PS4 Pro Today?

Should I wait for the PS5 or buy a PS4 Pro today? This is a question that I hear from friends, family and coworkers and it’s something

Full SteamVR support doesn’t fix Windows Mixed Reality’s early access feel

Windows Mixed Reality headsets are easy to set up, but frustrating to use. Hardware doesn’t really have an “Early Access” period per se, the way

Oculus Go vs Samsung Gear VR vs Oculus Rift: What’s the difference?

There are now a few different choices for those looking to get into virtual reality with a number of different VR headsets available at varying

How to connect your Android phone or tablet to your HDTV

No matter how big your Android smartphone or tablet display, there are times when you’ll want to view your photos and videos on something even

Tablo Dual Lite DVR review: The all-around champ is cheaper than ever

This is the best over-the-air DVR for folks who aren’t tech-savvy. Some sticking points haven’t changed, but Tablo’s latest whole-home DVR for cord-cutters is inexpensive

Anker Nebula Capsule review: The best portable projector, but it’ll cost you

Last year, mobile accessory company Anker released its first portable projector, the Nebula Mars. It was roughly the size of a lunch box, with powerful

Intel’s Kaby Lake-G mystery: Why Radeon Vega M may be more Polaris than Vega

Vega may be in the eye of the beholder. Intel’s Kaby Lake-G chip harbors a mystery. PCWorld has learned the company’s exciting CPU/GPU combo chip may

Atari VCS hand-on review: Imagine the SNES Classic Mini and Nvidia Shield TV combined

The Atari VCS – formerly Ataribox – has had a relatively rocky ride since it was announced last year. A delay to its crowd funding phase, let

Microsoft’s DirectX Raytracing paves the way for lifelike gaming, the graphics holy grail

Real-time ray tracing is the holy grail for graphics, and it’s getting real(er). The PC industry is finally making a push toward a “holy grail”