The EZCast 4K dongle is designed to make it easy to get content from your phone, tablet or computer onto the biggest screen in your room, whether that’s a TV, monitor or projector. It supports three popular standards — Miracast, AirPlay and DNLA — and is also available in app form for all major platforms. The EZCast 4K costs £48, making it some £20 cheaper than the similarly 4K-capable Chromecast Ultra. Let’s put it to the test!Specs & [...]
GoPro make the most well known action cameras, but there are plenty of imitators that promise many of the same features at a dramatically lower cost. For instance, the GoPro Hero5 boasts 4K video recording at 30 fps for £360, while the Tec.Bean 4K Sports Action Camera does the same thing at £50. It’s easy to see why these lesser-known brands have captured a decent share of the market, but do they offer the same experience as the real deal? Let’s answer that in our quick review.Features & specifications4K / 30fps, 1080p / 60fps, 720p / 90fps 16-megapixel photos 170-degree wide angle lens Video, photo, burst photo, time lapse, car mode WiFi and free app [...]
Today we’re looking at three video adapters from ICZI. We received these together, tested them together, and now we’re writing a review together. How sweet. Let’s get started!1. DisplayPort to HDMI adapter What does it do?Converts a DisplayPort input into an HDMI input Useful for desktops or laptops with DP but no (free) HDMI 3840 x 2160 @ 30Hz, 1920 x 1080 @ 120Hz Only works one-way (DP to HDMI) 30 day free returns, one year warrantyDoes it work?
Yup, we connected it to our desktop’s DisplayPort on a GTX 1080 and connected a monitor via HDMI. No configuration was required beyond switching to the HDMI input on our monitor.
Today we’re doing something a little different — we’re reviewing two laptops at once, as we examine Gigabyte’s P35X and P37X v6. Both models are equipped with 4K screens, Core i7 processors and one of Nvidia’s latest GPUs: the mighty GTX 1070. Backed with the latest tech, these premium laptops should absolutely scream. Let’s put them to the test!
The 24-inch BL2420U is the little brother of one of our favourite BenQ monitors at XSReviews, the BL3201PT. Like its peers, it comes with a full-sRGB IPS panel, an incredibly sharp 4K resolution and a plethora of special modes and added features. This was a winning combination at 32 inches, so how does it work at 24 inches and £380? Let’s find out.Buy from Amazon.com Buy from Amazon.co.ukSpecifications & Features Panel23.6-inch IPS panel with LED backlight 16.7 million colours, 8-bit colour depth 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution at 60 Hz 100% sRGB coverage Blue light reduction, CAD/CAM modes 1000:1 native contrast 300 nits brightness 178 L/R, 178 U/D viewing [...]
The BL3201PT is a beast of a monitor: 4K resolution, 32 inch diagonal and more ports and features than you can shake a stick at. Last year we loved its 1440p predecessor, the BL3200PT, so surely a 4K version is going to be even better? Let’s find out!
See BenQ BL3201PT 4K Monitor on Amazon