Sometimes, all you want to do is kick back, watch Netflix and chill. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with that. But whether you're planning to do that on the couch or the bed, you'll definitely want to get the best gadgets for it. So here are five cool toys for movie night we think you should get.
Samsung The Freestyle
Loaded with smart TV features, Samsung The Freestyle is a portable projector that works best at night. It's a great way to watch your favourite movie in bed or couch, thanks to its portability. The stand also lets you project to the ceiling, or wall easily.
The design of a projector hasn't changed in ages, but the BenQ GV30 will surprise you. This smart projector sports a cute round design with a leather strap and has magnets on a stand to adjust viewing angles. Inside, it runs Android TV, but there are some caveats on which apps will work. While the screen is not the brightest in the day, it works great if the room is dim enough. Perfect to use as one of our cool toys for movie night.
Sonos Beam (Gen 2)
It's not a movie night without great sound, and that's where the Sonos Beam (Gen 2) comes in. It features Dolby Atmos, is compact enough, packs great sound, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant support, and you can also Apple AirPlay your favourite jazz track if you just want to read a book and sip some wine instead.
Torras Coolify 2
Offering a personal aircon for your head and neck, the Torras Coolify 2 is a lot better than the first version, and will keep you comfortable while you watch your movie. If you're watching with someone else though, you best get another or your partner will feel jealous with your coolness.
TP-Link Deco X50
Your movie night is going to suck if you don't have a stable internet connection. Luckily, the TP-Link Deco X50 is perfect for this. It doesn't cost a bomb, too, for a set of three. You'll get impressive transfer speeds and good performance to keep your streams chugging along smoothly.
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