andrewliszewski
Andrew Liszewski
andrewliszewski
Senior Staff Reporter
Oct 28
12

No. Apple TV 4K remote is absolute shit. Literally. 

Oct 28
2

I know it’s anti their new design language but I much prefer the 3rd gen remote. Easy to find because it’s not a tiny black slab and doesn’t have the sensitivity issues of the new one. I do prefer the current gen version for scrolling long lists but I just think it’s the overly designed and not that functional in Read more

Oct 28
15

I have lost count of the number of times that I’ve fumbled around in the dark, grabbed my Apple TV remote, hit the Play/Pause button in the lower left hand corner of the remote, and accidentally exited the show I was watching because I was holding the remote upside down. It happens 2 or 3 times/day.

Oct 28
8

Yeah, I agree with you. I don’t like the remote. Fast-forwarding is annoying on it. 

Oct 28
16

Wrong, changed the speed many times and it's still the worst remote in the history of remotes.

Aug 27
9

I mostly agree, but I work with a few people that take notes religiously. Seriously, they’ll go into a few meetings each day and fill up notebooks like they’re a final year PhD student. In this case, I could see the utility behind just being able to have all those notes organized digitally. I’ve had to sit there while Read more

Aug 27
39

I still use a paper notepad to take notes on client calls and the like. I would use something like this is it were maybe $50 and a replacement stylus were $3.

Aug 27
14

Especially when you factor in it costs nearly as much as a Surface Go, that can take notes and do quite a bit more. I’m with you, I don’t see the benefit. 

Aug 14
1

Why do you recommend the RG350P and not even talk about the RG350M?

Its a huge upgrade in display and it has a machined aluminum body which feels overly fantastic. The only difference being those two things but the resolution is a big upgrade imo.

The RG350P has a 3.5" IPS (320x240) screen
While the RG350M has a 3.5"

Aug 4
1

Its already sold out and it only works with original cartridges, not files, which means that it’s limited on what it runs and limited to what you can find unless you manage to shell out even more than it’s already high base price.

Aug 4
1

$88 vs $199 - but I like the looks and the concept, if you have the original carts kicking around. If not, you’re really kinda limited in what you can play with it.

Jul 28
1

It was to be expected with the current state of the pandemic. Still a huge blow to those of us who live in Las Vegas and work in the tradeshow and events industry. “...enduring the sights and sounds of Sin City”... really? C’mon, while Las Vegas might not be for everyone, it’s a big draw for plenty of the attendees!

Jul 2
1

Well, if you come to Canada, I’m pretty sure we still have analog broadcasting :)

Jul 1
3

Woah. I have one on my desk right now. Trying to find the composite video pin on it; if anyone can help me out. I believe I found audio. My model has no video in jack; and the boards on these things seem to have changed by the month.

May 1
1

I imagine the idea is that eventually they’ll get indie games on the console, which is widescreen. Also likely because it hooks up to the TV and most people have widescreen TVs nowadays. 

Nov 23 2018
2

When I was younger we made up lyrics to the ‘level complete’ tune that played at the end of each level in Super Mario World. “Oh, yeah, baby, we did it again, we beat another level in Mario land!” And yes, we knew it was Super Mario WORLD, but ‘land’ rhymed better and we were all just happy to willfully ignore the