However, the Pro M1 is fan – cooled but the Air does not have a fan, and the more expensive Pro M1 starts at $ 1,299. The Pro M1 is also limited to 16GB of RAM and one external display, which could affect the ability of professional users to work efficiently. Not to mention there are still some software and plugins, such as Autodesk Revit and other music apps, that do not work well with the M1 statement. Devindra gave it the hard-working name, but acknowledged that there are compatibility concerns that the Air M1 may be a better buy overall.
Razer’s Hammerhead True Wireless Pro earbuds have excellent sound quality but poor battery life
Razer’s first set of wireless earbuds, released last fall, was designed to appeal to gamers with a mode that promised latency as low as 60ms. This year’s update, the $ 200 Hammerhead True Wireless Pro, will bring many of the same features from the company’s Opus headphones, including a stick-bud design, eliminate active noise , THX sound and low latency play mode. Billy Steele was pleased that the True Wireless Pro earbuds provided a good share of earbuds to help give users a comfortable access. He said he had no problem wearing them for hours at a time.
Despite several promising features, Billy found disadvantages. Battery life, which was a particular complaint in the first version of the earbuds, is also missing here. The low latency playback mode, which reduced downtime, failed during audio / video testing. Also, while he said sound quality was strong, sound stopping was not as good as he had expected. But the excellent sound quality, extensive customization for touch controls and comfortable fit inspired Billy to name this model a pleasure to use.
Scotland: Wildlife Adventure is a relaxed game based on nature
UsTwo Games made a name for itself with a release Monument valley, a puzzle game that guides its heroine through mazes of visual scenes inspired by Japanese art and sculpture. UsTwo’s latest release, Scotland: Wildlife Adventure, is a family-friendly game that follows that tradition and focuses on nature. Nick Summers says the game is quiet to play, good for all age groups and can be finished in one afternoon (it took him four hours).
Available via Apple Arcade, Steam or GOG.com, the 3D game follows its titular character through various attempts to catalog the animals on a focus-like island Snap Pokémon. Using most of the traditional camera and control scheme, players can find and capture more than 60 animal species for Scotland’s wildlife book as they work to restore the island’s nature reserve. Nick said the game play has been postponed and the humdrum missions were very satisfying.
Atom SQ is a pad controller designed for Studio One
Terrence O’Brien wants to make it clear: He ‘s not a Studio One. He is usually an Ableton user but has been spending time with the other software specifically to review Atom SQ. As PreSonus built the Atom SQ specifically for Studio One, the two are pretty much unified – and when repaired, the SQ adds a step sequencer. Terrence said the build quality of the Atom SQ is solid for the price, and the device was sturdy enough to be reasonably portable.
However, because they work so completely in synchronization, the Atom SQ is mostly for those who use – or want to use – PreSonus’ DAW. Terrence said he can’t remove the mouse from your workflow but it will reduce your dependence on it. Also, the pads on the controller were special and flexible, and the live running and playing devices are generally intuitive and useful. For those already in the Studio One ecosystem, the Atom SQ is a safe bet.