Day: October 7, 2020

October 7, 2020 Off

Deal Alert: Score an Alienware RTX 2080 Gaming Laptop for $1664

By tracy

Unless you were willing to part with a large sum of cash, the concept of your laptop being your primary gaming rig used to be laughable. Simply put, the tradeoff of power for portability was just not worth it. Fast forward to 2020 and things have changed. Laptop parts are far more powerful and far cheaper than they used to be. Some laptops can even run VR headsets without breaking a sweat. Every one of the deals we’ve found below are best on the web pricing. They range from GTX 1660 Ti equipped laptops that can easily run games at 1080p all the way to RTX 2080 equipped laptops that can crush most gaming desktop PCs.

Dell Gaming Laptop Deals

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Amazon, Newegg, Best Buy Gaming Laptop Deals

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HP Gaming Laptop Deals

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Gaming Peripheral Deals

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PC Game Deals

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October 7, 2020 Off

Samsung’s 4K triple laser projector looks amazing

By tracy

If you have never considered buying a laser projector in place of a big screen TV, Samsung’s new “The Premiere” may change your mind. That is, if you want to go even bigger than those fancy flat screens on display at Best Buy and Sam’s Club, which typically top out at 85 inches, and have the requisite bankroll. If you do, Samsung’s new laser projector will beam images up to 130 inches on your wall or screen.

The Premiere is an ultra-short throw projector, so you don’t need an extra long living room to take advantage of its capabilities. According to Samsung, it only needs to sit 11.3cm (around 4.44 inches) from your wall. It can then project a screen between 100 and 120 or 130 inches, depending on the model—LSP7T or LSP9T, respectively.

“The days of installing complex, unaesthetic components in your spaces are coming to an end,” Samsung says.

Samsung opted for a rather attractive minimalist design, with rounded edges and an “aesthetically pleasing fabric finish.” It looks gorgeous from the renders we have seen, and the relatively compact design is a boon.

Both the LSP7T and LSP9T leverage a triple laser system to project 4K images, with