Epson rolls out $999 EF-100 series Laser Projectors with Android TV

$1000 for a 2000 lumen projector isn’t bad, especially when it comes with Android TV; which will cover all the OTT/streaming providers. But, with a native resolution of 1280×800, don’t expect super crisp PQ from the 150″ max projection. Epson Redefines the Big-Screen Streaming Experience with a Smart Streaming Laser Projector with Android TV With 3-Chip Laser Projection Technology and […]

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WTF Sonos

I get that companies want to sell existing customers new kit, and it totally makes sense to create an incentive for them to do that. Greasing the wheels a bit to make it easier – not everyone wants to deal with Craigslist or Ebay – also makes sense. But if it’s true that Sonos is intentionally bricking working speakers via […]

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UniFi AP BeaconHD Announced

Not sure what’s up with all the product announcements lately, but this is a good one if you have a Unifi system, need better wireless coverage, and can’t run more Cat. Yep, this is Ubiquiti’s Unifi $129 dedicated mesh product (Amplifi is the a mesh/mesh product), but the more interesting thing about this product announcement (at least to me) is […]

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Harman’s HK Surround 5.1 Speaker System joins the WiSA party

Details are bit light on pricing and actual availability, but it is welcome news that another WiSA compatible 5.1 speaker system will be in market soon. WiSA Announces Certification of Harman’s HK Surround 5.1 Speaker System Follows Growing Roster of WiSA Certified Products from Harman’s Lifestyle Audio   SAN JOSE, CA (November 6, 2019) – WiSA® LLC, the Wireless Speaker […]

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Unifi Dream Machine now available

With a built in 4×4 802.11ac Wave2 MU-MIMO access point, five GbE (1x WAN, 4x LAN), and a CPU capable of 700Mbps (according to Reddit, Ubiquiti doesn’t appear to have any official claims), this $299 all-in-one network solution looks a great option for many home users that want a better network experience. Personally, I’m much more interested by the business […]

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Google buys Fitbit for $2.1b

I have had several Fitbits, currently rocking* the Charge 3 with NFC, and I have mixed feelings about the news that Google has purchased the wearables manufacture for $2.1B. Fitbit has been struggling lately, or if we’re totally honest, forever. It doesn’t seem to have a cohesive strategy, or understand its own devices very well. The pace of change is […]

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