The touchscreen Chrome OS notebook from Lenovo has some appealing hardware on the outside, but the touch display is sub-par, and the internals aren't well-suited to the heavier end of the modern web. Hey, at least it's inexpensive. The post Touch and Go appeared first on WIRED.
Kaleidescape's Cinema One movie server provides seamless access to your entire Blu-ray collection. Unfortunately, one major limitation means it's more of an expensive indulgence, not a must-have device for videophiles. The post Movie House appeared first on WIRED.
The Iro from Rachio is a $250 box you install to control your home's sprinkler system. You can set up and tweak complex lawn irrigation schemes via a mobile app that runs on your phone. The post App Irrigation appeared first on WIRED.
The 5K display in the new 27-inch iMac is the most beautiful, most pixel-packed screen on the market, and the computer inside ranks near the top of Apple’s desktop offerings, bested only by the new Mac Pro. It earns our highest marks. The post Pixel Elated appeared first on WIRED.
Garmin's Vivosmart is a well-balanced wearable that manages to provide just enough features for improving fitness and staying connected, without becoming burdensome or overwhelming. The post Good Vibrations appeared first on WIRED.
[HTML1] WIRED Best e-ink screen yet. Auto-brightness control adjusts illumination based on ambient light. Clicky touch-strips speed page-flips. No micro USB cord included—because you have 10 of them floating around your house and bravo, Amazon, for not creating even more e-waste. TIRED Expensive. Still not waterproof. “Thank God Amazon created a new flagship
The Galaxy Note 4 is a great device. And while we’re still mystified by some of Samsung’s software decisions, the hardware and overall experience are flagship-worthy. The post Note Worthy appeared first on WIRED.
Keys are unacceptable in 2014; this is the problem August means to solve. It’s a lock for people who are awakened to the truth that keys are antiquated pieces of metal stupidity. The post The August Smart Lock Works Like Magic—When It Works appeared first on WIRED.