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Want a projector but limited on space? Try one of the best short throw projectors. #NerdTechy #ShortThrow #Projector #Optoma #LG #Viewsonic +OptomaUSA +ViewSonic North America +LG Electronics
If you’re looking to take your home theater to the next level, there is no better way to do so than with a short throw projector. Projectors are popular for a reason. They occupy very little space, but are capable of producing an image that is much larger than any LCD television you can buy. Unfortunately, not everyone can use a projector. In order to create a large image, they generally need to be placed far away from the screen. The closer they...
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We take a closer look at the new Canon VIXIA HF R800 Camcorder. #NerdTechy #Canon #R800 #Camcorder
Now that or phones can take high quality, high definition video, less people are purchasing handheld camcorders. But for those in the know, a dedicated camera is still, by a large margin, the best way to get near-production quality video without breaking the bank. Really, what our phones have done is set a new standard for what a decent camcorder needs to do. If you buy the wrong unit, you’ll be stuck with something that doesn’t really provide an...
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Are you a fan of using your computer in the dark? If you're keyboard isn't illuminated, you're missing out! #NerdTechy #BacklitKeyboard #IlluminatedKeyboard #Logitech #Corsair #Velocifire
Your keyboard is arguably one of the most important components in your entire computer system. It’s the one device that you spend more time interacting with, and a poor-quality keyboard can ruin your experience with even the highest end computers. Before we go any further, let’s do a quick tally. How many of you always use a desk lamp when you’re on the computer? If you answered yes, this article might not be for you. Chances are, most people do ...
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We're taking a closer look at the DOSS SoundBox Touch Bluetooth Speaker. #NerdTechy #DOSS #SoundBox #SoundBoxTouch #Speaker #Audio
If you’ve been looking for a portable wireless speaker, you’ve certainly got a lot of options to choose from. The problem is, it’s difficult to find one that sounds great, but can also put up with constant use. The build-quality needs to impress, the features should be plentiful, and most importantly, it should sound great. Right? We’ve recently discovered a speaker that meets these requirements, and we’re here to share it with you. Known as the ...
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Building a brand new computer? Be sure to take a look at the Best Z270 7th-gen Kaby Lake Motherboards for 2017. #NerdTechy #Z270 #KabyLake #7thgen #Intel #Asus #Gigabyte #MSI #Motherboards
Since the late 90’s, Intel has been releasing processors on what they called a “tick, tock” cycle. Each tick represented a new architecture, providing groundbreaking new technology that made our computers more competent, capable, and powerful. The tock cycle represented them taking that platform and refining it to squeeze out every last drop of performance. Today, they’ve got a new approach. Development teams are split into three categories each ...
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Upgrading to 4k? Make sure you have the best HDMI 2.0 cable to complete the package! #NerdTechy #4k #HDMI #HDMI2 #HDMIcable #BestHDMIcables
Recently, the latest version of HDMI was announced. HDMI 2.0 brings a plethora of changes including high frame rates, better support for 4K content, and a number of other features that are designed to make the format future proof. If you’ve purchased any HDMI gear in the last little while, you probably got HDMI 1.4 hardware. HDMI 2.0 doesn’t necessarily require new cables, but that’s assuming that your previous cables were built to the highest st...
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Improving the performance of your computer is easy. Just open your settings, tweak a few settings, and enjoy a faster computer! If you’re scoffing at that sentence, you’re likely familiar with how challenging it can be to get your computer to run at its peak. The thing is, most computers have no problem running well above their specified rating. It’s keeping them stable that’s the problem. The more work your CPU does, the more heat it generates. ...
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The new Canon Pixma TS9020 is built to impress so we took a good look at it. #NerdTechy #Canon #Pixma #TS9020 #AllinOne #Printer
For most of us, a printer is an essential tool to have in the home. Whether you’re printing off documents or converting your digital photos into lifelong keepsakes, selecting the right model can save you both time and money. Canon is one of the most well-known producers of photographic equipment and printers alike. Their latest line of stylish and affordable Pixma printers hit store shelves in Europe just a few months ago, but it wasn’t known if ...
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The new and impressive Beoplay M5 is a multiroom speaker, with much more portability than you'd expect. #NerdTechy #Beoplay #M5 #BeoplayM5 #BangOlufsen
Bang & Olufsen is a legendary audio company that’s been producing premium audio equipment since the early 1900s. We’re not talking Beats by Dre premium, we’re talking Ferrari premium. Much like Ferrari, they made their mark by producing goods which didn’t just border on art, but produced a sound that was unparalleled by almost anything else on the market. For many years, B&O wasn’t just best in class, they were in a class of their own. Today, the...
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The newly released Linksys Velop is a whole-home WiFi solution that's incredibly awesome but also very expensive! #NerdTechy #Linksys #Velop #LinksysVelop #LinksysVelopReview #WiFi #Velop #WholeHomeWiFi #WiFiSystem #Router
A growing trend in the wireless networking industry is for companies to create whole-home systems that address those pesky dead spots we all try to avoid. We’ve already explored some of the best whole home mesh WiFi systems, but if there is one thing we can learn about technology it’s that what’s considered “good” one day is old news the next. When Linksys announced their Velop system, we were excited to see what it had to offer. Linksys is one o...
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Keeping the quality of your indoor air as a top priority is much easier with the right indoor air quality monitor. #NerdTechy 
There’s nothing more important than your personal health. Every day, we make conscious decisions to live happier, healthier lives. We choose the right foods, medications, and lifestyles that will help us live a long live, and avoid harmful chemicals. But there is one thing that we could all give a little more thought to – our air quality. If you’ve been following the problems in Beijing, you know serious health problems can come up when people ar...
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Replacing your dead laptop charger is now easier than ever! #NerdTechy #Laptop #Notebook #UniversalLaptopCharger #LaptopCharger
Even with high end tablets and powerful smartphones, nothing can replace our laptops. These fully featured computers are getting more powerful year by year, many of which provide performance that exceeds that of even a desktop computer. But there is one area where mobile devices excel – charging. Most phones only take a few hours to charge, and the cables are almost universal. The choice is between apple chargers and Android chargers. We wish we ...
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Universal chargers usually work just fine. What's the make/model of your laptop?
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