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Originally, Neo Geo made full-size arcade games, so it didn’t have a console for home use. Now, gamers can buy a portable Neo Geo console that gives access to these vintage games, such as Aero Fighters.

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Even though the original PlayStation console is only about 25 years old, this retro version is available, and at a reasonable price. It comes preloaded with 20 retro games that PlayStation fans will love seeing again. It includes two controllers, so you can play with a friend. There is no AC adapter included with this console, so you’ll have to supply your own.

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Many of us have now had almost a year of experience adjusting our home office setup and are painfully aware what works and what doesn't.

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Each year, big TV makers display the dazzling technology that could eventually come to your home TV set, though generally not soon.

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Parades, nighttime spectaculars and character greetings may be temporarily canceled or modified. Disney says this is to accommodate physical distancing. Playgrounds may also be closed. Dressing rooms inside shops are closed and Disney PhotoPass photographers will not touch your cellphone, camera, tablet or other electronic device. All four parks have small character cavalcades throughout the day for a social-distanced way to see characters and snap a selfie.

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Does any room get quite as cluttered as the living room? This much-used, much-loved multipurpose room seems to have a clutter problem that’s in a class of its own — somehow the discarded socks, abandoned toys, half-read books, crumpled magazines, forgotten phone chargers and more collect in this shared space, and cleaning it all up seems like a never-ending chore.

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Alysha Bazan, trainer and fitness director at CrossTown Fitness, said weightlifting is one of the most common exercises she sees performed incorrectly — especially deadlifts, in which people will sometimes round their back while lifting.

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Q. I recently took advantage of Emotiva’s “30% back in Emobucks” promotion and bought the $399 T-Zero speakers. I then used the resulting 30% credit towards their $399 TA-100 receiver. Now I want to get a turntable and upgrade my CD player, which is an old Technics SL-PG100 from the 1990s. I have $1,000 total to spend and figured I would spend $500 on the turntable and $500 on the CD player. I planned on getting the Music Hall MMF-1.5 “Vessel Special” for $499 from LP Gear. Is there anything else that might be better for around $500, and what would you recommend for the CD player?

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Q. I am an old codger and want to get a turntable to play vinyl again. I like the Technics SL-1500C, but it is over my budget by a lot. I want something good, but for under $1,000. I need the auto off feature because I am afraid of forgetting when the record is over and having it spin for hours and hours, ruining my needle.

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All you have to do is plug in this webcam via a USB 2.0 connector and you’re good to go. There’s no need to download software. The built-in microphone automatically filters out background noise so that everything sounds crystal clear. The full HD 1080p webcam has panoramic resolution, designed for professional video use. To ensure you get the perfect angle, it can be rotated 90 degrees. Widely compatible, it can be used on a range of platforms. $38.99, amazon.com

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This is one of the best cameras for work use, streaming at 30 frames per second and has a four-layer anti-glare glass lens for the ultimate picture. There are two microphones that cancel out background noise, and as automatic low-light correction technology. The tripod-ready universal clip can be attached to any TV or computer. $59.99, amazon.com

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Get ready for some serious high def. The Wansview PC webcam boasts an enhanced CMOS image sensor to bring 1080P high definition image and video so that your video calls, conference games or whatever else you use it for come in crystal clear. It has a wide 90-degree-view angle and advanced H.264 video compression technology so that everything is wider and smoother. There’s a built-in microphone that captures audio within 20 feet while reducing background noise. It also has automatic light correction so that you’ll even be seen in the dark. All it needs to easily connect to your computer is a USB 2.0 cable — no driver needed. Super versatile, it’s compatible with most software, including Skype, Zoom, Facetime, Facebook, YouTube and more, as well as several operating systems. $34.99, amazon.com

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