Xiaomi has been making and selling streaming media player for as far as I remember. Recently, however, it has stepped up its game with its answer to Amazon Fire Stick and Roku stick. Folks, meet the new Mi TV Stick.
Remember the “World’s Smallest 4K Mini PC” we told you about? Well, it is now live on Indiegogo where you can pre-order a unit for only 1,201 Hong Kong dollars, or around US$155. $155 for a full-fledged PC. I kid you not.
Whether you are on a budget or you find that a 4K-capable PC-based multimedia system is a total eyesore in the living room, the world’s smallest 4K mini PC, Chuwi LarkBox 4K Mini PC will have both concerns covered.
Here’s a new products announcement/deal from Roku that you do not want to miss. Roku has announced its first ever onn. Roku TV and a Roku SE streaming player that will go on sale at Walmart for Black Friday.
In case you haven’t heard, Amazon has revealed a slew of new products last month. Those are in addition to the wearables it has revealed. When we said “a slew of products,” it is really a slew of them.
Sound bar, streaming media player, set top box, and more are just cluttering up your TV console, aren’t they? But with the Nebula Soundbar Fire TV Edition you’d be getting rid of at least one of them.
For a moment, I thought Roku is already slashing prices of its spanking new Roku Smart Sound and Roku Wireless Subwoofer. Well, it wasn’t. What you see here are onn. Roku Smart Soundbar and onn. Roku Wireless Subwoofer, the more wallet-friendly version of the company’s soundbar and subwoofer, released in collaboration with Walmart.
Whether you are looking to upgrade your old Roku device, or just looking for more entertainment options, Roku will have you covered with its new streaming player lineup which includes a new Roku Express and a new Roku Ultra, the company’s ultimate streaming player.
I don’t know if there are many 4K contents out there if you could stream, but if there are (4K contents) to be streamed (that tickles your fancy), you can be sure Roku Premiere Streaming Media Player will have you covered. Announced earlier today (or yesterday, depending on where you are), the Roku Premiere, along […]
Lo and behold. Atari is finally getting back into the game that it had once rein supreme. Now, please don’t ask why we have missed the announcement last year, but anyways, what matters here is, it is now a reality called Atari VCS. VCS here is, of course, the moniker once associated with the classic […]