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Review: Pico Neo 2 Eye

The Good

Electromagnetic controller tracking is nifty

Great pixel density

Expandable storage

Tobii eye-tracking is cool


The Bad

Small number of titles in the Pico storefront

No physical IPD adjustment option

I’ve been interested in Virtual Reality (VR) since the early ’90s, when I went to a SEGA-owned arcade and tried it for the first time, with a clunky headset and controllers that registered movement seconds after my arm had swung through space. Then it was the short-lived Virtual Boy, Nintendo’s one and only foray into VR, with all the literal headaches it came with.

So when Pico reached out to see if I wanted to test out their new Enterprise-level, standalone head-mounted display (HMD), I jumped at the chance. I mean, who wouldn’t? Escaping into a virtual world has been a lifesaver for many while we’re supposed to be staying home, so what about if we could

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Nintendo Switch vs Nintendo Switch Lite

If you’re trying to source a Nintendo Switch to stave off cabin fever, your already-small choice will often be made for you by what’s in stock. The rest of the time, there is a choice to be made between the normal Nintendo Switch with its removable Joy-Cons, and the Switch Lite, which is a sealed unit.

Both consoles have the same Nvidia Tegra X1 powering them, both have 1,280 x 720 resolution screens, and both run the same games. So… what’s actually different? Is there any point buying the more expensive Nintendo Switch if you plan on using it in handheld mode anyway?

So, which Nintendo Switch should I buy?

Short answer: It depends on if you want to use it docked

The main difference is if you want to use your Nintendo Switch hooked up to your TV, you need to buy the full-sized Nintendo Switch. That’s the

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The Asus ROG Falchion keyboard could be perfect for gamers with limited space

In mid-July, Asus formally declared its entry into the mini gaming keyboard market. At a press conference for the company’s new ROG Phone 3, Asus announced the Mini ROG Falchion gaming keyboard.

The keyboard, designed for on-the-go gaming, is the first miniature keyboard to be developed by Asus.

What we know about the Asus mini gaming keyboard

In the press release announcing the keyboard, the company said that the Falchion will have an “ultrafast” 1 millisecond response time and a stable 2.4 GHz wireless dongle connection.

The keyboard also features a side touch panel that displays the keyboard’s remaining battery life and will allow users to control the volume, pause or play music and zoom the screen in or out. The side touch panel is also programmable, meaning that you can use it as a macro key if needed.

The keyboard will also use Cherry MX RGB

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Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra

Samsung pulled the curtains off of their latest flagship devices, the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra today and if you were expecting anything innovative, you probably don’t want to read any further than the fold (the Z Fold 2 that is). See, the Note has turned into the phone that Samsung throws all of its considerable tech weight at, with the end result being a fast but excruciatingly boring device.

I mean the S-Pen is cool but do you really need a stylus with how big the screen is now? The 6.9-inch screen on the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is bigger than the national average and comes with Samsung’s fantastic OLED tech with a 1440p resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. It’s basically an iPad Pro in a package you can fit in your cargo shorts. Isn’t that great? The normal Note 20 only has a 1080p,

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Nearby Share finally lets you send unwanted files to the people around you

Now, Android fans can ‘AirDrop’ weird photos to strangers, as Google just started rolling out Nearby Share, which lets you instantly share files, links, pictures, and more with the unsuspecting  people nearby.

Any Android device running Android 6.0 or above will be getting the update, starting with Pixel and Samsung devices, and the rest will get it “over the next few weeks.”

It’s pretty much Apple’s AirDrop in everything but name, enabling you to send content instantly to your friends without having to dig through your contacts list. All you need to do is tap the Nearby Share button on the share menu, and wait for nearby devices to appear as if by magic.

If you’re worried about pranking (and let’s face it, you should be), you can set visibility on Nearby Share to either all, some, or stay hidden. Google even says that people sending files can

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