The deals keep on coming and today I'm back with yet another small but sweet discount on the NVIDIA SHIELD TV. If you haven't read my thoughts on the set-top box, here is a one word summary: awesome. So whether you want to finally get in on the Android TV action or you're looking for a neat all-in-one media and light gaming console, or you already got a SHIELD but want another one for a different room or as a gift, now's the time to do so.
A couple of weeks ago, the 2017 SHIELD TV (with remote and controller) was down $30 at Best Buy, and now that same discount is back on different retailers. Read More
Bluetooth speakers may be a little passé nowadays, what with everyone moving toward streaming and casting, but there's something to be said about the universal nature of the standard: no matter what audio you're playing on your devices, you can send it via Bluetooth to your speakers. There's also something to be said about the portability of such speakers, since they don't need to be bound to a WiFi connection to work.
The UE BOOM 2 is one of our favorites in this category. We like the way it sounds, its 15 hours battery life, its IPX7 rating for 30min water immersion at up to 1m, we also like that it can be paired to another BOOM 2 for more stereo-like sound, and the recent Alexa integration. Read More
Want a cheap tablet to keep around the house, let the kids play with, maybe browse some sites on, play a few non-resource intense games, and generally use sporadically for small tasks? Amazon's Fire tablet should definitely be on top of your list. It comes in a couple of variants: the Fire Tablet 7 is the cheapest with a 7" 1024x600 display and a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor with 8 or 16GB of storage, whereas the Fire HD 8 has an 8" 1280x800 display and keeps the same processor but ups the storage to 16 or 32GB. There's also a Kids Edition of the Fire Tablet 7 that comes with a kid-proof case to protect it from damage. Read More