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EON16-S

$1823

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$479

80

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Rift S

$400

85

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Quest

$399

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The Switch brought me back to gaming. My Xbox had become mostly a Netflix player while my Switch is where I go to play games. The console feels solid in the hand and while the Joy-Cons are maybe a touch...

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Oculus Rift S Review: You call this an upgrade?

If it had come out a year ago, the Oculus Rift S would feel more worthwhile, but as is, this device feels like it's playing catch-up. The Rift S adds cameras for inside-out tracking, and improves display resolution, but comes with a number of drawbacks. The screens are now LCD instead of OLED, and the refresh rate has dropped, plus the device still requires multiple cables. This and a number of other trade-offs make the Rift S hard to recommend, especially when you consider the new high-performance headsets from HTC, Valve, HP, and Samsung.

Posted   05.03.19
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Nintendo Labo VR Kit Review: Cardboard VR isn't dead

Nintendo has expanded it's cardboard-kit Labo line with a new set dedicated to turning the Switch into a VR device. While the Switch is not the VR devices, Nintendo was able to craft some remarkably creative VR experiences.

Posted   04.30.19
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ASUS Chromebook Flip C434 Review: Big, Expensive, Great

We called the last Flip the best Chromebook you could buy, and two years later ASUS is back with a new model. While this is still a great laptop, we're not quite as enthusiastic in our recommendation this time around.

Posted   04.26.19
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