So you want a curved Samsung gaming monitor, but you don’t want to splash out for an over-the-top model like the HDR-ready CHG90. Are you out of luck? Not for much longer — Samsung has unveiled the CJG5 series, which delivers some of the core features you might crave without the nice-to-have extras. It still includes a curved panel (to provide a more natural focus for your eyes, Samsung claims) and a speedy 144Hz refresh rate, but in a standard 16:9 aspect ratio, 2,560 x 1,440 VA display (no quantum dots here) at 32- and 27-inch sizes.
If you’re familiar with playing NES Party with friends, it’s the same setup process. After creating a room, you’re asked to load a ROM file and from there, WebRTC streams the video and controls to the other folks you’re playing with. We tried it out with Bomberman and it went off without a hitch. Of […]
There’s no way to know for sure from the outside, but let’s hope not. If he in fact gave Kim his personal phone number, there are several avenues Kim’s intelligence corps could approach from. A known flaw in Signaling System 7 — the protocol used to allow roaming and ensure that data can pass between […]
As with the McLaren F1, Speedtail drivers sit in the center of the car and two passenger seats are positioned on either side of and slightly behind them. High-definition touchscreens sit across the dashboard and controls for starting the engine, turning on the Active Dynamics Panel and engaging Velocity mode are included in panels above […]