Day: June 11, 2020

Razer Kishi review: A smooth play for mobile gaming

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I crammed the Razer Cellphone II into it without having realizing it needed an insert-on. It labored, but never attempt this at dwelling.


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Players with modern telephones, rejoice. Razer follows up its Junglecat controller with a far more substantial Joy-Con-alike design: the Razer Kishi, 1st announced at CES 2020. The Kishi’s pads use rigidity to connect to the cell phone and link via USB-C, which gets rid of the latency and lag of a Bluetooth relationship, and indicates the controller will not call for charging. 

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  • Common Xbox and Nintendo Swap controller structure, for the most section
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2021 Jaguar F-Type review: Giggle factory

It truly is a surprise what a new established of headlights will do.


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The Jaguar F-Sort is unabashed theater. Shorter, minimal and packing as significantly character as an early Robin Williams stand-up regimen, the only point that one particular-ups this sport coupe’s visuals is how it tackles curvy roads. The 2021 F-Sort also packs a number of new updates that enhance its day by day livability, but make no blunder — there is certainly nevertheless a total lot of ridiculousness hiding beneath its svelte new sheetmetal.

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  • Appears like cannon fireplace
  • All-star hustle
  • Astonishingly pliant in day by
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Ikea’s voice-activated smart shades are the ones you’ve been waiting for

The window on my home’s front door has no curtain or blind, which is something I’ve long wanted to fix since it looks straight out onto the street. There are plenty of basic options that will get the job done, but I’ve been holding out for something a little fancier — and preferably something that I can automate, or control with my voice. I mean, come on. Who doesn’t want to live like a Bond villain?

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  • Incredible value compared to competitors like Lutron, Somfy and Tilt.
  • Easy-to-use app covers all of the bases for smart control, grouping and
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2020 Lexus ES 350 F Sport review: Aiming younger

If the grille gets any greater, there will not likely be a bumper.


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Selected reputations are tricky to shake. Massive, smooth and meant to coddle, Lexus’ motor vehicles are frequently viewed as cars for the more mature kind — the orthotic inserts of the luxury automotive industry, if you will. With a sharper underlying chassis and a new F Sport trim, the midsize Lexus ES does a very good career showing that Toyota’s fancier sibling is going in a youthful direction, but it however has operate left to do.

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  • Enhanced styling
  • Tender or sharp when wanted
  • Top-notch
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ViewSonic PX727HD review: Chin up, picture quality down

Consumer electronics is a cutthroat world. If you’re not improving, someone else probably is. Five years ago, the ViewSonic PX727HD may have been a good buy, but it isn’t today. Other projectors in its price range put out brighter images with more contrast and better color accuracy. They also throw in more features like lens shift and wider zoom ranges. Although not without its charms, the PX727HD has been left behind by competition that offers more for the same money.

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  • Compact size
  • Lens chin minimizes light leaks below the screen
  • Long lamp life on Eco mode

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  • Dimmer
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