Dell Inspiron 13 7000, VR Oculus, Vive, or PSVR??? Peak Design Capture Pro, Hashtag Wedding Photos!

Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1, VR Oculus, Vive, or PSVR? Peak Design Slide Strap & Capture Pro, Hashtag Wedding Photos!
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Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1
Back to school shopping, or just looking for a bargain, Chromebooks are the choice for a lot of folks... and you can pick one up for as little as $250. But lets say you're looking at a Windows laptop... what's the trade off between a $750 Dell Inspiron 13 7000 2-in-1 and a similarly configured Dell XPS 13 that costs $1100? Watch the show to find out!

Oculus Rift VR vs. HTC Vive vs. PlayStation VR We've had a lot of folks ask which VR rig they should buy, Oculus Rift VR, HTC Vive, or the upcoming PlayStation VR... so we talked to Tested's Editor, Norman Chan, who has more time with VR than anybody else we know to find out which -if any- are worth buying!

Peak Design’s Slide Camera Sling Strap and Capture Clip Shannon’s search for the best gear to go with her beloved DSLR continues, and she's gone hands on (and on horseback!) with Peak Design’s Slide Camera Sling Strap and Capture Clip! Did they keep her camera safe??? 

Hashtag Hack for Wedding Photos? Matt wrote, "I remember when Shannon got married she mentioned how to get photos that were hashtagged and save them. Just wanting a little guidance, getting married at end of this month." We've got an awesome and easy way to get -all- your guests wedding photos in the video! 

Speakers for Amazon Dot? Austin needs speakers for his Amazon Dot, and says "it doesn't have to be extreme audiophile quality, just something i can listen to in the morning while getting ready for work or when I'm cleaning or relaxing.  This will all sit on my night stand since the Amazon Dot is my alarm clock now." We've got a list of Bluetooth speakers that have been tested to work with the Dot, and a pick in the video! 

Do Something Analog Once in awhile... put down the phone, step away from the screen, close the laptop... and do something analog, like Ken’s pick, "One of my favorite analog things to do is going an amusement park.  Three friends and I went to Cedar Point in Ohio (roller coaster park).  During the day they were beta testing VR to turn an old boring roller coaster into an amazing new ride.  It was like we fell into Skyrim.  It was a great experience and also proves that almost anything can be up-cycled." Photo of the VR coaster in the video. Thanks, Ken!