Your dad probably has plenty of tapes, photos, and maybe even films gathering dust in his house. With Legacybox, you can give him the Father's Day gift of his own memories. The service takes all those old images, movies, and songs and puts them in a format that you can actually use and enjoy. Simply pack up all that old media, send it in, and you'll get a DVD or thumb drive back in the mail filled with digitized versions of all those memories, plus all the originals neatly organized in an easy-to-store box. Over 250,000 people have used the service already, so there's no need to about your stuff, and round-trip shipping is included, so even if you send your pops a prepaid box, you don't have to worry about him shelling out any cash to get his stuff back.
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Vizio's 2015 M-series was a favorite pick of many a reviewer. We expect the same for the new Vizio M-Series TV. The 2016 model offers a number of features that are virtually unheard of at this price. For starters, there's the Android-powered, 6-inch tablet remote that uses Google Cast to send shows to the TV over the speedy dual-band 802.11ac wi-fi. Then there's the local-dimming backlight for greater contrast, Dolby Vision support for HDR content, 4K resolution, and a slim, tuner-free design with polished metal legs that recall classic mid-century design. Available in six sizes, ranging from 50 to 80 inches.
Small enough to throw in a pocket, the Cube Mobile Projector delivers a picture far beyond its size. Its silver-finished body measures just two inches on each size, yet projects a 50 lumen WVGA image at sizes of up to 120". It supports Micro SD, MHL & HDMI inputs, has a built-in speaker, an LED bulb that lasts for over 20,000 hours, and includes its own tripod, yet weighs under a third of a pound.
Built by Napster cofounder and former Facebook prez Sean Parker, Screening Room is reportedly a set top box and service that aims to bring new movies into your house the same day they hit theaters. The box is rumored to cost $150, and the movies themselves will be $50, with $20 going to the theaters, partially to cover the two real-world tickets that come with each one. It's still in the early stages, but it already has the backing of guys like Steven Spielberg, J.J. Abrams, Peter Jackson, Martin Scorsese, and Ron Howard, as well of the interest of studios like Universal, Fox, and Sony, so it's also likely going to happen — and soon.