Tag Archive: Monitors


Best Buy’s 2-day sale features speakers, computer monitors, and more

This 2-day sale from Best Buy features all kinds of electronics on sale. While My Best Buy members got early access to the sale yesterday, it is now open and available to anyone. You can find these prices online and in store. The sale runs through the end of the day Saturday.

If you’re a student, you can also sign up for Best Buy’s student program to add more discounts onto the savings.

Some of the best deals  [Read More…]

Can you use multiple monitors with the Raspberry Pi 3 B+?

Best answer: Yes you can use two displays with a Raspberry Pi, but you will need to buy some other components depending on how you want to use those displays. You’ll need an adapter with a DisplayLink chip or a VGA666 Adapter to use it as a true secondary monitor. You should also know in advance: this isn’t easy to set up.

The following products were found on Amazon: Raspberry Pi 3 B+ ($ 40) Cable Creations  [Read More…]

Best Prime Day Baby Deals: Wipes, Monitors, Formula, Swings & More

Babies grow quickly, and they need lots of clothes, toys, and things to stimulate their minds. All of that can add up super quickly, but if you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can easily reap the rewards of Prime Day and save big on tons of baby gear so that your little one can keep healthy and happy, and you don’t have to tear your hair out when you see your empty wallet.

Follow along with us all day as  [Read More…]

Best Portable Monitors for PlayStation 4 in 2018

Take your gaming on the road with the GeChich M155, our pick for the best portable monitor for your PlayStation 4.

Best Overall Best on a budget Best for PS4 Pro

Short of buying a PlayStation Vita and doing some Remote Play magic, playing your PlayStation 4 on the go can be a tricky and cumbersome experience. But it doesn’t have to be.

That’s thanks to the advent of portable monitors. While it won’t be portable in  [Read More…]

Best External Monitors for your Chromebook

Because sometimes you just want to go big; plug into one of these monitors for that desktop feeling.

Chromebooks are perfect on-the-go computers for a lot of people, but sometimes you just want to sit down, relax, and do your thing with a big display. That’s why almost every laptop, regardless of what software is running on it, has some sort of port to send video out to an external display.

And connecting it all together really  [Read More…]

Qardio’s medical grade body monitors are built for accuracy

While your average fitness monitor or health tracker is great for keeping a daily tally of how many steps you’ve taken or how well you slept last night compared to the night before, you can’t really take this information to your doctor and expect that data to be useful. CES is positively overflowing with this technology this year, but a lot of it is deliberately made for personal use only. Medical professionals rely on finely tuned  [Read More…]