today (or yesterday for some), Google has announced a few new products without much fanfare, like it always do. and so yes, the much anticipated Nexus 6 is official and it was announced along with two other new Nexus devices: Nexus 9 tablet and a Nexus Player, a streaming media box for, you know, stuff […]
Tubecore Duo Intelligent Home Audio System distinguishes itself as a capable tube-powered wireless speaker, but their latest DUO has little more to offer than blissful audio reproduction. with the new DUO, it now boasts integration with Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC), supporting up to Intel Core i5 processor and Intel Graphics HD 5000 GPU, […]
if you are looking for an alternative to Google’s Chromecast, then you might be in luck. MatchStick is the first Firefox OS-based streaming media stick, or adapter if you prefer, that do pretty much what you expect a streaming adapter allows you to do, including casting video, website, among other content from Firefox device, Chrome […]
Dart – The Next Generation Active Stylus With PCB Digital Circuitry if you doodle with an iPad, chances are you use a stylus. the problem with today’s styluses is the ridiculously wide tip, which can’t do fine lines or write minuscule letters. in comes Dart stylus. it has an super thin 2mm fine silicone tip […]
the market is no shortage of good looking wireless speakers, but you’d be hard-pressed to find one that could be described as an all-rounder. lucky for you, the Tubecore Duo Intelligent Home Audio System happens to be one that fits the ‘all-rounder’ bill. we can’t deny the fact that this hardwood cabinet enclosed audio system is an absolute…
we are all familiar with smartphones. now imagine a smartphone squeezed into a flat, black box with no display and no buttons, now that’s what the Amazon Fire TV is. set top is not the newest thing on planet earth, but the Amazon Fire TV wants to expand your couch potato universe further by letting you play popular…
thirteen is the number of articles here tagged with Blu-ray Player, which kind of explains the rarity of this medium in today’s context. Blu-ray player is hardly the first choice device for home entertainment needs, now that streaming has taken the crown as the preferred medium, but the Oppo BDP-103D Blu-ray Player begs to
still haven’t catch on with Smart TV? well, if you haven’t and have no plan to splurge on this worldly connected indulgence just yet, and has a plain jane 2013 Sony TV sitting around, then Sony wants you to check out the Sony BRAVIA Smart Stick (NSZ-GU1) – a device that will turn that “unconnected” TV of yours into a connected set.
some wealthy movie buffs can afford to tear down a room and turn it into a home movie theater. suffice to say, many of us won’t be in the financial position to afford that kind of luxury and therefore, taking a notch down from such extravagant living would be going for a system such as this Kaleidescape Cinema One Movie Server movie server.
so what the heck is a Chromecast? well, the easiest way to understand what this little guy is about is to think of it as Google’s answer to Apple TV and AirPlay. it plugs right into your HDMI port of your HDTV and enables you to wirelessly stream, or in this case “cast” online content from your phone, tablet or laptop to your TV