Gaming on the go definitely has its appeal. Being able to pull out a portable device and delve into a game for a little while is an enjoyable way to pass the time. You might be on a bus or train, waiting at an airport, or stuck in line at the DMV — all places you wouldn't have space for a beefier gaming platform. That’s when a great gaming tablet can come in handy. Compared to a phone, they offer more screen space and a much bigger battery which provides more play time.
Finding the best gaming tablet for you will be a matter of assessing your budget and needs. Apple has truly killer tablets that excel in gaming thanks to their powerful mobile processors and thanks to a recent push for more advanced 2-in-1 laptops, there are also some highly versatile machines that can serve as both a laptop and a tablet while packing gaming-worthy internal components. With Nintendo’s latest gaming console built into a tablet form factor, gaming on the go is about as good as it’s ever been. Below, our best gaming tablet picks.
If you follow any athletes online, there's a good chance you've seen enthralling videos of their muscles rippling under the pressure of a vibrating self-massager that uses a recovery technique called "percussive therapy."
Everyone from professional athletes to recreational gym-goers to those with chronic pain tout the benefits of percussive therapy: speedier recovery, reduced muscle soreness, less pain, improved range of motion and more.
OK, so you're convinced you need a massage gun for percussion massage therapy (who doesn't want to recover from a grueling workout faster?). Before you buy, you should know that these devices can cost you upwards of $500. If that's too steep, you can definitely find less expensive options, especially if you don't need the intense force of a pricey one.
Also, keep in mind that the research on percussive therapy is limited. There's some evidence that suggests it does help with muscle soreness and recovery, but not enough to make a conclusive statement.
So you’re building a gaming PC and you’re on the final step of finding the perfect case to hold all of your powerful hardware. Choosing a PC gaming case is often the hardest task to complete the process, as it personifies the final look of your own creation. With thousands of options available, finding the perfect blend of affordability, design and quality can be a daunting task. But we're here to help make it easier. Below, we rounded up the best PC gaming cases that you can buy right now. Everything from basic, simplistic designs with airflow interiors, price and even unique styles of individualism are considered, so you can find the perfect case for yourself. Trust us: your gaming rig is about is about get a whole lot cooler.
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A slow storage drive is a huge bottleneck, making your processor sit there twiddling its clock cycles, waiting for data to load. To speed up your reads and writes, you need a fast solid-state drive (SSD). That's why we thoroughly test more than 50 drives a year and highlight the top models on this page.
Building a website has come a long way since the neon-text-on-black-background days of MySpace and Angelfire. Now you can easily and professionally present your business or services without knowing HTML or looking like a middle schooler's online manifesto.
The website builder industry has grown a lot over the last 10 years and can be overwhelming for first-timers. But that growth and complexity also means that consumers have more choices than ever and can find a builder tailored to their needs. It's true that a few clear favorites have emerged -- and those sites are usually a good place to start -- but even the frontrunners aren't ideally suited for every scenario. To make it easy for you, we've compiled all the information you need to make a good decision and get to the fun part of designing your site.
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Why do you need an accessory for an accessory? Well, when it's one of the most popular products around like Apple's AirPods, it tends to create its own accessory ecosystem, complete with supplementary cases and other add-ons that help overcome minor shortcomings that may be major for some people.
Here's a quick look at some of our top AirPods accessory picks, based on my own hands-on experience with each product mentioned over the past few weeks and months. They're mostly cases and earbud enhancements, with a few other interesting things I've found.
The best wireless headphones also tend to be on the larger side because size does seem to matter when it comes to the sound quality of true wireless earphones. And that's where the one big caveat to all this comes into play: To get optimal performance, the best wireless headphones need to fit right -- and you have to get a tight seal. If you can't get a snug fit with in-ear headphones, you'll be sadly disappointed and think you got ripped off, which is why I suggest buying from a store -- such as Amazon -- with a decent return policy.
Below is a list of the best wireless headphones, with a breakdown of features, including battery life, noise cancellation, sound and performance. I'll update this list as I test new models.
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ScatterVolt's budget PC that can game at 1080p and stream comfortably at 720p with a little overclocking done. Check out his video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8hmFm_Z2NM) for instructions on overclocking
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Sadly it's not been a banner year for #homerobotics. It seems like they're hyped up, and receive much fanfare. Then it's here today and gone tomorrow. Say goodbye to obsolete fast tech. Here is my list of the virtual pets, #robots, #AI, and other futuristic tech with the most staying power. #RIPJibo#RIPOpportunityRover #AI #smartthings #smarttech
The school year is coming to a close and graduation season is in full swing -- but you'll notice that home goods stores are already starting to stock up on back-to-school essentials like bedding, bath accessories and, well, beyond. It may feel like you have all the time in the world before dorm shopping becomes a must, but if you want my advice, the sooner the better.
Dorm shopping was always the first thing I did when I got back home from college. First of all, the stores are freshly stocked, so you'll have your pick of all the best new stuff. And, more importantly, you really don't want to deal with the maddening chaos that is a home goods store in the middle of August. You won't even be able to fit a cart down the aisle where they keep the Twin XL sheets. While bedding, toiletries, snacks and flip-flops for the gross communal showers are a must, there are a few products out there that are easy to overlook but so crucial for easing into dorm life as seamlessly as possible. Whether you're going back for your final round or it's your first time away from home, you should absolutely invest in these nine nifty products.