The suitcase-style record player is making a comeback, and now Electrohome is offering its take on the retro design with this highly affordable fold-up job known as the Archer.
This compact integrated amp was made for today's music listener, appealing to both digital and analog music fans alike, while keeping it simple enough for anyone to enjoy.
Tizen OS significantly smartens up Samsung's smart TVs in 2015. We went hands on with the new interface at a Samsung SUHD event held in New York, and came away impressed. Check out our video for more.
Sling TV's first real stress test came this past weekend as the NCAA Semifinals aired on TNT and TBS. However, the fledgling Web TV service didn't hold up well, serving up stuttered streams, buffering screens, or nothing at all.
You don't really think about wireless HDMI until you're confronted with a situation that demands it. Suddenly, the need for a wireless HDMI rig can seem downright crucial. DVDO's Air3C should be one of the first you consider.
We visit Samsung in the renown Rainbow Room in NYC to check out the Radiant 360, a new wireless speaker that aims to deliver sound to every corner of the room. Does it live up to the hype?
Sony's PlayStation Vue offers a impressive list of cable channels directly over the Internet, but is it too much like cable to appeal more than just a niche audience?
Parrot's Zik 2.0 wireless noise cancelling headphones have all the features you'd expect from a company that builds drones as its bread and butter. But are these feature rich cans a little too complicated?
SVS's Prime series speakers aim to deliver a mighty sound without the mighty footprint, and at that they are wildly successful.
BenQ’s HT1075 projector delivers outstanding image quality for under $1,000, making it an attractive choice for anyone seeking a big screen on a small budget.
Aiwa is staging a comeback, and to do it, the company's new owners are banking on a big, boombox-like Bluetooth speaker called the Exos-9.
If you're going to spend $400 on a pair of headphones, then you're probably serious about sound quality and style. The PM-3 deliver both in spades, and challenge headphones costing twice as much