Day: September 1, 2020

GeForce Now: Review, games list, price, supported hardware and more

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Screenshot by Lori Grunin/CNET

Nvidia’s cloud-gaming service, GeForce Now, has made some strides since it launched roughly six months ago, though like many of its competitors, it still feels like there are a lot of planets that need to come into alignment before it feels “done.” In GeForce Now’s case, they’re Planet Network and Planet Games. Though the service has settled into adding games on a weekly basis, there are still some pretty big gaps in its repertoire, and the network is still at the mercy of conditions mostly beyond the company’s control.

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  • Impressively stable gameplay.
  • Doesn’t require that
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Philips Wiz Connected LED review: This color-changing smart bulb isn’t stupidly expensive

I have prolonged held that linked lighting is 1 of the most reasonable smart home upgrades you can devote in — in component, for the reason that it actually would not require to be much of an expenditure. Beautifully good smart bulbs can be had for much less than the cost of a pizza, and at the time you buy in, you may use them every and each and every day, comprehensive with the convenience and convenience of automated lighting that you can handle with your voice.

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  • Great benefit
  • Supports voice handle by way of Alexa, Siri and
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2020 Audi S4 review: A sweeter sweet spot

Ah, the Audi S4. I do not feel I’ve ever fulfilled one that I have not preferred. Absolutely sure, I am even now mourning the reduction of the handbook transmission solution in this most current generation, but the present-day product retains all the other important S4 hallmarks. With a even bigger assisting of ability, greater managing and smidge additional model than the conventional A4, today’s S4 remains a superbly sorted and really capable sport sedan. And for 2020, mild updates sweeten the offer just a very little additional.

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  • Additional intense styling
  • Snappy and intuitive infotainment
  • Robust and smooth
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OnePlus 8 review: Fits into a budget without sacrificing hardware

Of the two flagship phones OnePlus announced in April, the OnePlus 8 isn’t just more affordable than the OnePlus 8 Pro, it’s also the phone I prefer. At $699 (£599) for 128GB of storage and $799 (£699) for 256GB, the OnePlus 8 is available to buy in the US at T-Mobile and, for the first time ever, Verizon; and it will work on other carriers (OnePlus and Amazon will sell it unlocked, as well). Note that Verizon is selling it at a higher price of $799 (128GB). (The newer OnePlus Nord is an even cheaper option, but it’s not available

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2020 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid review: Practical PHEV

The Niro will get a smaller visual update, including chevron LED working lights.


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The Kia Niro range is basically rather attention-grabbing. It truly is a trio of hatchbacks, all of which are electrified. There’s the standard hybrid for individuals just dipping their toes in the environmentally friendly area, or the total EV, for these who are getting the plunge. For me, nevertheless, I think the ideal of all worlds is uncovered listed here, in the Niro plug-in hybrid.

Like

  • Inexpensive price tag
  • Lots of characteristics
  • Plenty of cargo area

Really don’t Like

  • No all-wheel travel readily available
  • Not
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