It’s near perfection in all the qualities I need from a home hub with a display. Sound and video qualities, fun factor, the large-enough screen size and the ability to follow me, are immaculate. I really can’t fault this unit at all. With the exception I mentioned above (the ability to automatically tilt the screen), I have finally found what I’m looking for, and I highly recommend you get this unit if you’re serious about your home hub.
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Having a tool with the ability to create cinema designs to industry standards and the latest formats, and have technically accurate drawings that can be dropped into CAD, is incredibly […]
I’m obsessed with lighting control. For about two decades, I have tried everything from “The Clapper,” Radio Shack’s RF-controlled light switch (with a remote the size of a pack of […]