It’s far from surprising, but the trend at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2014) is packing as many pixels as possible into the devices we love. TVs, tablets, monitors, you name it and it is getting a higher resolution screen. That’s great to see in a showroom, but if the prices are astronomically high the average consumer is left wanting what they can’t have. Luckily for us, that’s all changed this week. Let’s take a look at some of the most affordable, pixel-tastic items announced at CES 2014. Read the rest of this entry »
If you carry several credit and debit cards in your wallet then you know how much of a pain in the ass (literally) it can be. Coin is looking to change the way you carry your cards. Read the rest of this entry »
In an unexpected move, Apple announced overnight that the iPad Mini with Retina display would go on sale starting today. Supplies are said to be constrained, and as of this moment if you want to get one via an Apple store you must order online and choose the personal pickup option. Shipping times range from 1-3 days for the lower storage Wi-Fi models to 5-10 days for the larger storage and cellular models. I’m sure the internet will be flooded with reviews over the coming days, but will you be purchasing the iPad Mini with Retina display this holiday season? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter!
If you’ve been following Apple news lately you know that today is the release of Apple’s iPad Air. Reviews hit the web late last week and were overwhelmingly positive. The iPad Air is a significant redesign, coming in at 20% thinner (7.5 mm) and 28% lighter (1.0 pound) while sporting the new A7 chip. Unlike its little brother, the iPad mini with Retina display, the iPad Air’s supply is expected to be very high for its launch. As of 10:00 AM EST you can still order from Read the rest of this entry »
This is pretty self explanatory. Here’s the first unboxing of the iPhone 5s. It’s only a matter of time before hundreds of these hit YouTube. Until then, happy watching!
4K or Ultra HD TVs have four times as many pixels as the 1080P HD TVs we are accustomed to right now. It is encouraging to see the prices consistently drop, even on the higher end models. The lower the price goes the higher the demand for 4K content in TV and Movies there will be. Here’s to us all having huge, crystal clear televisions in the not so distant future.