Boogie Board Sync 9.7 Tablet, Free Antivirus Picks, 3 Great Headphones Under $100, Galaxy S6 Edge & Sony Experia Z4 Announced, Banana Pi or Raspberry Pi???

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New Phones! Mobile World Congress hit this week! Announcements included Samsung's Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, Sony Xperia Z4, Blackberry "Slider" Phone, and SanDisk 200GB MicroSD card
Boogie Board Sync 9.7 Review: They call it an 'eWriter,' 'cause when you touch the stylus to the tablet, it captures all you writing or drawing. Shannon's tested the Boogie Board Sync 9.7 with phones and Windows. Find out if it works!
Best Headphones Under $100? Chris wrote: “I would love to see you guys review 5 or six pairs of headphones on air.  I would like for them to be under $100.  I would enjoy seeing your opinions on the subject.” Sounds like a good Rapid Fire Round... find out why the Monoprice 8323, Sony's MDR-7506, and Grado Labs Prestige Series SR60e and SR80e are on Patrick's list. (Bonus: how did Patrick pick up a $250 pair of Sennheiser Momentum for $65???)
Best Free Antivirus? Rick writes in: "What would be your current recommendation (free or paid) for security software? I'm running AVG 2015 and Malware Bytes Pro, but I've heard mixed feedback regarding AVG's effectiveness." Find out Shannon and Patrick's picks in the video. 
Banana Pro vs. Raspberry Pi: @DoorToDoorGeek tweeted: "I just say give the Banana Pro a chance, mine runs fantastic, lots of bells and whistles." 
Stream To More Than One Chromecast? Austin writes in: "I have 2 Chromecasts in the house, one upstairs and one downstairs.  I would like to see if there is a way to be able to stream my Google play music from my phone or PC to both Chromecasts at the same time, or is something like a Sonos the only way to go if i want audio playing throughout the house?" Find out in the video!
Do Something Analog! Like go visit a park you've never been to... Google Maps, or the NPS Find A Park can help!