Berry ajoute un mode sombre aux sites web sur iPhone et iPad – Mac4ever


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Berry ajoute un mode sombre aux sites web sur iPhone et iPad
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Malgré l’écran OLED offert à ses derniers iPhone, Apple n’a toujours pas jugé utile de proposer un véritable mode sombre pour les interfaces d’iOS, accessible par exemple depuis le centre de contrôle, et limite pour le moment ses efforts à une option …

AVerMedia’s new capture cards are perfect for the Xbox One X

AVerMedia is joining the 4K capture party with a pair of new cards available starting today.

AVerMedia isn’t the first company to launch 4K capture cards that are perfect for the Xbox One X, but they might just be the best. The Live Gamer 4K and Live Gamer Ultra are now officially available for $300 and $250 respectively.

Sure, they capture 4K video, but the bigger story here is what else they both do: HDR.

ViewSonic M1 projector review: Making my TV doubt itself

Quality portable picture.

Before getting my hands on the ViewSonic M1, my previous experiences with a portable projector had left me wondering why anyone would deal with the cables, the temporary stands and props, and the fan whine that easily overpowered the one small speaker built into the case.

Yes, my old portable projector is, well, old, but the bulb hasn’t gone dark and, besides, I don’t use a projector that often, anyway. At least until the M1 entered my life. It’s easy to set up, it has a stand incorporated smartly into the design, and it has loudspeakers that deliver a full sound. Is this projector for you? Let’s find out.

Portable projection

ViewSonic M1

Starts at about $300

Bottom line: ViewSonic M1 is a bright projector that’s small enough to come with you….

ENHANCE XXL Mousepad review: A comfy and affordable surface for your mouse

This mousepad is huge and likely far larger than you require, but it’s a fine surface to glide your mouse on.

This XXL — which truly means extra-extra large in this case — mousepad from ENHANCE isn’t your typical surface for pointing devices. Sporting a comfortable wrist rest and massive amounts of real estate make this affordable accessory worth considering if you’re in the market for a new mousepad. Not only could you throw a gaming pointer on this mousepad, but also a full QWERTY keyboard and a bunch of other things.

And at $40, it’s an affordable mousepad that cries out for attention.

Grab Steam Link and stream PC games to your TV for less than $3

Save big on Steam Link.

Steam Link is Valve’s handy little device that allows for the streaming of games from a PC to a TV. All you need to do is plug it into the back of the set, connect the Link to your network and you’re good to go. Usually, the Steam Link can go for anywhere up to around $40 but now Steam has the device listed for just $2.50. That’s a massive 95 percent off.