Review of the PVO YG300 Mini Projector

Home projectors are one of those technologies that almost went extinct for a while. Then, like vinyl records, they’ve made a recent comeback. And like vinyl, there’s a good explanation for this madness. See, old-school home projectors were nothing like their modern counterparts. Back in the 60s and 70s, they were big and clunky, and you needed to use a reel-to-reel film. Yes, you could …

Bluetti B230, B300 Review (with the AC200 Max & AC300)

If you were to visit the average American 100 years ago, they would own zero electronic devices. Yes, electricity was a thing, and major cities had electric street lights. But fancy gizmos like vacuum cleaners and radios were still only found in wealthier homes. Fast forward to 2021, and everyone depends on their electronics for life’s necessities. We use our smartphones alone for dozens of …

Review of the Liene 4×6″ Instant Photo Printer (Amber Series)

These days, digital photography has pretty much taken over from old-school analog photography. To be fair, there’s a small community of film devotees, and there probably always will be. But digital photography has a number of benefits. To begin with, you don’t need film, so the camera is small enough to integrate with other devices. This allows us to use cameras on smartphones, laptops, and …

POWRUI USB Wall Charger Review (6-Outlet Extender)

These days, our electronic devices are proliferating. Instead of a single PC, many homes are packed with tablets, laptops, and smartphones – one for each person. This has been hugely beneficial in terms of our ability to communicate and interact with the world. Your smartphone alone is a tool for banking, ordering food, and getting traffic directions. Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that you can …

The Best Sim Racing Handbrakes (2021 Guide)

If you love racing games, you know how important it is to have the right control scheme. Yes, you could use a mouse and keyboard. But the nicest thing you can say about using a mouse and keyboard for racing games is that it’s clunky. Along the same lines, if you’re a console gamer, your games will be designed to work with your controllers. But …