This 15.6-inch portable monitor is the best we’ve seen in its size class and category for gaming purposes just as long as you’re ready to drop $400 for it. Refresh rate, G-Sync, black-white response times, sRGB colors, and brightness are all on point.
Though incredibly handy in theory, portable monitors have been hit or miss as they almost always sacrifice some important details to meet the lower weight and smaller size targets.
LG has unveiled the Cinebeam PF610P, a portable projector that is available for under €850. The 1080p projector can create Read more
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We last checked out a product from Cayin when I reviewed the N3Pro around last year. Now. I’ve had the Read more
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Lenovo L01 a miniature Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, You can listen to music by pairing your BT-enabled audio devices with the Read more