What Is Wireless HDMI and Should You Use It?

Keith Muratori/Shutterstock Wireless HDMI products have been around for almost a decade, but they haven’t gained a lot of popularity. But how does Wireless HDMI work, and should you buy…

What Are USB Gen 1, Gen 2, and Gen 2×2?

Talaj/Shutterstock Finding the fastest USB connection used to be easy: choose USB 3.0 instead of 2.0. But now, you’ll need to know the difference between USB 3.2 Gen 1, Gen…

What Are NVMe Drives, and Should You Buy One?

Samsung The biggest upgrade you can make to your old PC is faster storage. Other components like the CPU and GPU have certainly improved in the last decade, but everyone…

What Is the “Screen Door Effect” in VR?

leungchopan/Shutterstock.com The “screen door effect” often occurs when using modern virtual reality headsets. It looks like you’re viewing the world through a mesh screen, and is a result of the…

How to Disable Motion Smoothing on an LG TV

LG If you’ve got a new LG TV, you might have noticed that the picture feels eerily smooth. This effect, which LG calls “TruMotion,” tries to make your TV’s picture…

How to Disable Motion Smoothing on a Samsung TV

Samsung Newer Samsung TVs have a feature called “Auto Motion Plus,” which is a form of motion smoothing. Motion smoothing is widely disliked for making a TV’s picture feel too…

How to Disable Motion Smoothing on a Sony TV

Some newer Sony TVs have a built-in feature Sony calls “Motionflow,” which is Sony’s implementation of motion smoothing, and can make your TV’s image too smooth. What Is Motionflow Anyway?…