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BENQ GW2450 By David Hague In the video world monitors are probably more critical than any everyday old computer monitor is. Serious photographers who play with Photoshop will know what I mean. Calibration is everything. Which leads me neatly to the BENQ GW2450 which landed on my desk today. ...Read More »
Vuzix Wrap 310 Video Eyewear By John Virata Of all media, video is king. It is everywhere, from security camera footage, to mobile phone footage, to good old TV footage, video is captured and consumed on all manner of devices, notebook screens, big LED TVs, and mobile phone screens. But what if you are looking for something a bit more personal, akin to your own personal theater, whereby you are the only person capable of viewing your own video library? ...Read More »
HDTV Buyer's Guidelines By Christina Hansen When it comes to choosing between Plasma and LCD, it's important to shop in the mindset that one high-def TV is not necessarily better than another - rather, it's a question of which one is right for you. That said, it can be a tough call to make when all that meets the eye are sleek screens and vibrant pictures - are Plasmas and LCDs really that different? ...Read More »
VIZIO VF550XVT1A 55-inch LCD HDTV By Heath McKnight I'm a big fan of "America's number 1" LCD HDTV provider, VIZIO, and its wide range of home entertainment products. I've reviewed two previous LCD HDTV models (a 42-inch and a 47-inch), but I wanted to review something bigger and better. And I got the opportunity with the monster 55-inch XVT LCD HDTV, which has an incredible picture and sound. ...Read More »
Eviant T7 7-inch portable TV By John Virata Back in the early 1980s, a friend of mine got a new TV for Christmas. What was cool about it was that it was portable and powered by batteries, which let us watch TV in our treehouse. It was a hoot to watch TV in places other than the living room. Today, with the advent of digital TV, those analog TVs have gone by the wayside. Eviant Inc., has released a 7-inch portable color TV that harkens back to those days of portable television. ...Read More »
BenQ Joybee GP1 mini projector By John Virata Small form factor projectors have captured a lot of attention in the last year or so, probably due in part to their portability as well as the images that they output. BenQ has recently released a projector called the Joybee GP1 mini projector, that, while not pocket sized, does have a small footprint at just 5"x5"x2". ...Read More »
Samsung B650 series 40" 1080p 120hz LCD TV By Robert Jensen Digital television is finally here for all of us in the US. From what I've gathered reading the news the transition was a fairly painless one for most of you. I figured now that the waters had calmed it was a good time to upgrade my own modest home theater. I did my homework and spent some time looking at sets at the store before deciding to purchase the Samsung LN40B650. The B650 series is available in 32, 37, 40, 46, 55 inch screen sizes. ...Read More »
Samsung BD-P1600 Blu-ray disc player By Robert Jensen Consumer High Definition televisions (HDTV) hit the market just over 10 years ago. The amount of data used for HD content takes up much greater space than that of Standard Definition (SD) content. From that need came Blu-ray discs (BD). Blu-ray's name comes from the blue colored laser used to read the discs. ...Read More »
IOGEAR GUWAVKIT Wireless Audio/Video Kit By Joshua Virata Ever wanted to connect your laptop PC to your flat panel TV without the cable clutter? What if you could do it wirelessly with no cables running from your computer at all so you can walk freely around a room with your laptop but still have full control of what is on the big screen? Connecting a computer to a TV is either difficult and confusing or not possible for most people because they don't have the cables for it. ...Read More »
VUDU Wireless Kit By Heath McKnight The VUDU is an incredible movie download device with the highest amount of 1080p high definition (HD) movies available, more than even Blu-ray. Things have changed since last year, with the inclusion of the wireless kit, HDX movies (even better quality 1080p HD), and new features from VUDU Labs. Plus, the much lower price of $149 makes it a best buy in my book. ...Read More »

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