More than meets the eye: PowerEgg X Explorer As far as content creation tools go, the PowerEgg X Explorer just might be one of the coolest out there. At first glance, it may look like any other aerial drone. However, you can detach the main body from the wings and use it for handheld video capture or prop it on a tripod. The camera itself captures 4K video at 60fps and features a three-axis gimble for smooth panning and movement. … [Read more...] about Here are all the products announced at CES 2020 that you can actually buy
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So your choice here is going to depend more on smaller features and details to help tip you one way or the other. The Lenovo is definitely the more affordable of the two, especially for a 32GB model, but ASUS justifies the extra cost with extra protection and life-proofing of the C214, especially if you're looking for a Chromebook to buy your kid for homework or to use when school's out for summer. ASUS also has a model with a built-in stylus, which is great if you like to write notes in an app or sketch in an app like Chrome Canvas or Infinite Painter, but I'm not sure it'll be worth the $50 upgrade for you. … [Read more...] about Lenovo Chromebook C340-11 vs. ASUS Chromebook Flip C214: Which should you buy?
Case and keyboard Finally, Dell also sent us the case and wireless keyboard accessory for the Venue 8 Pro, a combination that will normally add about $100 to your purchase price. The case provides a hard plastic shell to protect the back of the tablet and a foldable lid that protects the screen and serves as a stand. The case definitely feels like it will protect the tablet from accidental damage, but it adds a considerable amount of bulk and it doesn't feel as good to hold as the tablet does. The small flap of material on the back of the tablet that you tuck the lid into is particularly annoying, and it's difficult to hold the tablet in portrait mode without it getting in the way. If you intend to use the tablet mostly in landscape mode, or if you want the case primarily for use as a stand, it's a more forgivable shortcoming. … [Read more...] about Review: Dell’s Venue 8 Pro is a Windows tablet you might actually want to buy
"We expect that in the near term, this backward compatibility will no longer be practical or cost-effective, and we may decrease or discontinue service for our older products," the filing explains. "If we no longer provide extensive backward capability for our products, we may damage our relationship with our existing customers, as well as our reputation, brand loyalty, and ability to attract new customers." … [Read more...] about Why is Sonos dropping support for older speakers, and does the reason hold up?
Since classes are just Tonal coaches narrating what you’re supposed to do next, followed by an instructional video of what you should be doing, it feels akin to watching a YouTube tutorial on how to perform certain weightlifting tasks. The thing about having a personal trainer (aside from someone to yell at you to work out) is someone to watch your form, and that’s just something Tonal can’t quite do. Tonal says it’s programmed the videos to be as detailed as possible, and the coaches do blurt out reminders to check your forms periodically, but without being able to see yourself, it’s hard to tell whether you’re doing a new exercise correctly for the first time. … [Read more...] about Training with Tonal, the ‘Peloton for weightlifting’