The lockdown has thought me one crucial lesson when you work from home - striking a balance between work and entertainment. I didn't realize that until my TV decided to break down and give...
Over the past few months, mobile gaming has gotten a brand new hot game - Genshin Impact. I played that game with a few smartphones - including gaming smartphones - and the experience was dreadful because of its touchscreen controls. I just don't think that it's feasible to be played via a touchscreen - especially while trying to do precise aiming with an archer.
Early this year during CES2020, Samsung announced The Sero. This TV comes with a funky design whereby it is meant to be placed on a floor, has a kickstand, and it also has a special feature - rotation. Yes, this TV rotates and is able to be used in both landscape and portrait mode.
If you've been shopping for USB-C hubs, then you'll come across that one design but with many different brand names slapped on it. When Flujo approached us and asked - hey, do you want to review the Flujo Signature Pro? I was hesitant - but the more I learned about it, the more I was intrigued.
We have talked a lot about low-latency wireless audio in the past. Up until today, aptX LL remains relatively elusive. And today, we're going to tell you how we can actually get the magnificent wireless low-latency wireless audio.
So, Kingston sent us two products from their latest lineup of SD cards which was announced a while ago. We have the 512GB Kingston Canvas Go! Plus SD card (which is the largest capacity offered) and also the MobileLite Plus SD card reader.
When the Mi 9 was first announced, Xiaomi also said that this phone can use their very own 20W fast wireless charger. It is also compatible with Xiaomi's new proprietary 27W fast wired charger. However, it's a piece of hardware that is really difficult to find here in Malaysia - but we got our hands on one.
Since the race of highest resolution display was set in motion, we've been seeing higher and higher resolution displays popping out everywhere. Samsung has released its new Q900R series of TVs. This series of TV has a total of 7680x4320 in resolution, or 8K.