Projectors are fantastic; if you have a Raspberry Pi, or if you have a laptop, a tablet – Whatever it is, you may want to project it. We used to use a projector at the GeekOut Bristol Meets, which we would project a game onto a wall (usually an ill-suited wall at that). However, the projector we had was terrible if your game had words to pay attention to. We certainly couldn’t watch a film off it – So what went wrong and what do you need to know before you buy a projector?
After a long time toing and froing, I knew I had to replace my old laptop. I was looking for better laptops, something that could play more games than my old IBM Thinkpad x200 could ever do. The Thinkpad cost me a mere £60 and this time, I was looking to spend under my budget of £250. Join Timlah as we look at the Lenovo Yoga 2 Tablet, a 10.1″ device with Windows 8.1 pre-installed on it.