Look into the viewfinder of a consumer-grade digital SLR and you’ll notice a startling difference compared with a film camera and the same lens: Your view is cropped, in much the same way black bars crop a widescreen movie to fit an older TV.
There’s a Mafia-style war raging around your PC. The MPEG-2 decoder card? Found face down in a Dumpster. The LAN card? Gunned down as he was leaving his social club. And no one’s seen the poor modem since he was “Hoffa’ed” in the 1990s.
We can't remember the last time we heard someone say, "What the world needs now is a good set of 3D goggles," but we're happy this apparent lack of demand didn't stop eMagin from designing the best 3D goggles we've ever tested. Technically, the Z800 3DVisor isn't a pair of goggles; rather, it's a pair of OLED (organic light-emitting diode) micro-displays that you wear on your head like eyeglasses.
1TB of storage, dual cores, and overclocking... on a Dell? When you’re the No. 1 PC manufacturer on planet Earth, it’s hard to make machines that will appeal to Auntie Wendy while fronting an attitude that appeals to gamers and the power user elite.