Image courtesy of Bestuff.com If you’re sitting at home in front of your Samsung C7000 or C8000 series TV then your probably wondering how life could really get any better. With a ridiculously thin screen, 3D picture, 240hz refresh rate, and a 7 figure contrast ratio, it doesn’t get much better. Or does it? How [...]
Imagine being able to watch Hulu, Fancast, Youtube and many other streaming services on your TV. How about Boxee? Yes, that too. What if you don’t want to share your local video viewing? XBMC is on it too. What can do the things I am talking about? The Neuros Link, one of the latest products [...]
It never failed that when someone would visit while I was testing the Hillcrest Loop pointer, they would invariably pick it up and wear it like it was an over-sized bangle — because at first glance, that is exactly what it resembles. But the Loop is much more than just a piece of giant plastic [...]
It is March Madness, the game is coming to a close and yet another of your bracket picks is about to fall. You do not want to miss the last second shot from the latest 14th seed Cinderella story. If you are like me, there will now be three or four bracket pools that will [...]
I been using the EyeTV Hybrid for some time now to stream live TV from my cable connection to my iPhone as well as watch cable TV on my iMac. But I realize this sort of situation isn’t for everyone as it requires a direct cable connection from the outside to the EyeTV hybrid. Elgato [...]
Viewsonic is well known for their monitors, but they also have PC, television, digital frame, portable media player and eBook lines! They released a whole slew of new products this week at CES, from monitors to PCs to PMPs. Whatever you are looking to buy with your hard earned cash (or Vegas gambling winnings!), chances [...]
Do you have a beautiful, widescreen, high-definition monitor in your office but no television and you wish you could watch your favorite shows? How about if you were able to use that beautiful monitor then with a simple click of a remote change it into a high definition television. Maybe you even have an old [...]
If you are like me, your media content is continually coming from new sources. Watching television shows on the internet has become increasingly more common as well as streaming movies. The change to digital television has also changed the methods we receive the signals. The KWorld external TV Box brings high definition television by bringing [...]
When I saw the press release announcing that HAVA was coming to the iTunes App Store and that it was an application which allowed for live streaming of your home television, I was intrigued. I like to think I’m pretty knowledgeable when it comes to the live TV options available for the iPhone but I [...]
That sweet 47″ HDTV you’ve saved up for is lookin’ pretty nice. Great picture, surround sound. Hooked-up to the max with your Wii, XBox, TiVo, the whole nine yards. Life is good. What could possibly go wrong… Well, the folks over at TestFreaks.com are putting the TV Screen Protector through it’s paces to protect their [...]
The idea for this post came from a little back and forth amongst the GearDiary team concerning getting better images to go along with our blog entries. Specifically, some were looking for tips to producing better images of tech gear with monitor screens, i.e. multimedia devices, smartphones, laptops, video monitors, etc.
With a plethora of media and Internet services demanding our attention, whether via mobile devices, computers or televisions, Samsung and Yahoo! may have created the solution for blending a rich media and interactive experience on one convenient viewing platform. At CES 2009, Samsung and Yahoo! have announced a new Internet-based service - Internet@TV – Content Service [...]
I know it’s just the first week of 2009, but I suspect that when we are preparing to welcome 2010 in some 360 days, the Roku player that I purchased just over a week ago will be on my list of “favorite gadgets of 2009″.
Christmas is fast approaching and we all need ideas for our geeky (and not so geeky) friends and family. Here are my top ten reasons why a Neuros OSD would be a good gift for your geek.
Would you like to record video from HDTV without having any DRM(Digital Rights Management)? If so, the Hauppauge HD PVR may be for you. Similar in size to the Mac Mini, the HD PVR is a small and light box. In the front, you have a SVideo, Composite Video, Left and Right Audio for connectors.