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JIRENO CUBE4 Portable Projector: Review, Testing & Analysis

Home video projectors have a unique place in the world of entertainment. They’re both the oldest way to watch a movie, as well as one of the most advanced. Before the days of video tape, a projector was the only way to enjoy a movie at home. These old-school projectors were clunky and expensive, and required reel-to-reel film. As a result, only rich people and …

Best Digital Converters for Super 8 & 8mm Film Transfer

Before digital video, before camcorders and cassette tapes, people still took home videos. But as was necessary for the times, they used 8mm film. These old-school cameras were very popular in the 1950s and 60s. However, as video camcorders became more affordable, they fell out of favor. But the cameras themselves, particularly the Kodak Super 8, were very well-engineered. They went on to be used …

Review of the ASAKUKI Avigator 410W Mini Portable Projector

Projectors are one of those technologies that never seem to die. Like vinyl, they’ve been around since our grandparents’ times, and they’re still useful today. In vinyl’s case, the technology was nearly killed by CDs. CDs were smaller, you could use them in a car, and they provided nearly as good quality as vinyl. But then came MP3s and streaming music, which have more or …