This review is about the BenQ InstaShow which is an extremely easy plug-and-play wireless video & presentation transmission device – no software needed.
Review of the 27″ BenQ PD2700U 4K monitor which does a great job reproducing accurate colors & has many connectivity configurations for all types of users.
Review of the BenQ ScreenBar Lite – an LED lighting bar that clips to the top of your laptop & provides warm/cool lighting & is powered by a USB connection.
Video review of the BenQ ScreenBar Plus e-Reading LED lamp. The unique design clips on to monitors & the dial controls brightness & color temperature.
If you stare at a monitor for many hours a day, you can suffer from eye strain or eye fatigue. When shopping for a quality monitor, be sure it has technology to protect your eyes. Review of the BenQ EW3270U monitor – 4K, HDR, 32″ diagonal, plus a ton of tech to protect your eyes.
Review of the BenQ ScreenBar – an LED light for desks or workspaces that attaches to the top of your monitor and is highly configurable – adjust blue and yellow balance as well as brightness, all without glare on your screen yet lighting your desk elegantly.
Review of the BenQ treVolo S, an electrostatic, portable, Bluetooth speaker (with electromagnetic woofers) that accurately reproduces sound quality in an elegant form factor. Electrostatic technology is typically reserved for expensive, high-end speakers but the treVolo S brings it to everyone at a reasonable price.
Rev up those Father’s Day gift engines, it’s that time of year again! Yeah, I’m a bit late in getting together my list of products that you might want to consider for your dad for Father’s Day, but you will still have a few days to get those gifts (or write up a nice IOU card). Anyway, this is a gift guide of products that I have reviewed since the last Father’s Day (you can always look back at my 2011 Father’s Day gift guide for ideas as well). I have tested these products out (and may actually be still …
I would hazard to say that most of us have big screen TVs in our home. Mine is pretty darn old actually, a 60″ DLP HDTV, that, while it has withstood lengthy hours of entertainment, could start to have issues any day. I have been considering when that day comes and what I will do. Part of me thinks I will race out and get the latest and greatest LED/LCD/Plasma/OLED/whatever, but another part of me is thinking that I will just get a big projection screen and then an HD projector and rework my living room complete. Until that day …