Category: Equipment Guides
Congratulations, cord-cutter! Our guide to the best TV antennas recommends models from Mohu, 1byone, ViewTV, Winegard and FiveStar. And they’ll all have you back to watching your local channels (and subchannels) in no time—and with no monthly payment.Read more
DSL technology varies so vastly from place to place that finding a compatible modem for CenturyLink is tricky business.
But buying your modem can save you money in the long run, since CenturyLink charges $15 per month for you to lease one. Fortunately, we’ve gathered a bunch of good options for you to pick from.Read more
OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display screen technology is where organic carbon molecules on a glass or plastic base are hit with electricity, causing them to light up in different patterns and colors to create the crisp images you see on your TV.
OLED’s unique design beats current LED and QLED displays in picture quality and viewing angles (so there’s never a bad seat in the house), plus space-saving thin profiles. But quality has a price—OLED TVs are also top-of-the-line in cost. So there’s lots to consider before buying.Read more
Hey, reader. That’s a nice new or used smart TV you’ve got there. We’ve compiled a guide to help you connect it to your home Wi-Fi network so you can start an epic streaming TV binge.
Don’t worry reader who still rocks a TV of average intelligence (read: standard TV). While your TV probably can’t connect to your Wi-Fi directly, you can still binge like a boss with our tips on using Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and streaming devices to get online.Read more
If you love Apple products, the Apple TV 4K won’t disappoint. It’s elegant, easy to use, and packed with the potential to support all your favorite apps. Because it runs best in tandem with other Apple devices, it isn’t the right device for Microsoft users. Those outside of the Apple ecosystem will likely have a better time with another streaming device.Read more
Have you heard about the giant screen sizes and near-TV image quality you can get with projection TV? We’ve been researching and testing projectors just so we can tell you about the good ones. Our five recommendations include the best overall and the best for streaming, gaming, and portability. And, for our peeps on a budget, we even tested an entry-level projector that costs less than 100 bucks.Read more