Lee is an Editor at Reviewed, and primarily handles TV and Home Theater coverage. He's an ISF-certified TV calibrator who claims to have personally reviewed "a serious mess" of televisions in his time. Outside of work, Lee is a Boston-based musician and composer. He enjoys sharks.
Articles and Reviews by Lee Neikirk
Fable Legends Impresses With Dual-Screen Villainy
March 07, 2015 – Multi-screen, multi-platform, and a total break from tradition
Sling TV Review
January 26, 2015 – Cord cutters rejoice: the outrageous fortune of Sling TV is here.
Affordable Computing Takes Center Stage for Lenovo at CES
January 05, 2015 – Lenovo's all-in-one and tablet lineup will focus on affordability.
Lenovo Stretches Boundaries With 2015 Yoga Lineup
January 05, 2015 – The world's most flexible family of laptops grows by four.
Now Roku Can Mirror Your Android or Windows Screen
October 03, 2014 – The new functionality adds flexibility to one of streaming video's best values.
UNESCO: Mobile Tech Key to Literacy in Developing World
April 24, 2014 – A new study suggests mobile phones, not books, are the most effective way to promote reading around the globe.
Facebook: Now With Free Voice Calls
April 04, 2014 – Version 4.0 of the Facebook Messenger app brings free voice calling to the masses.
Peer Goggles: Facebook Popularity Makes You Pretty
March 04, 2014 – Study reveals that your Facebook friend count directly affects how strangers perceive you.
Sony to Close 65 Percent of Its U.S. Retail Stores
February 27, 2014 – Retail sphere continues to degrade as Sony sheds 1,000 employees.
Comcast Makes $45 Billion Bid for Time Warner
February 13, 2014 – Two top dogs could form a cable cabal.
Apple iPad (Gen-3) Review
March 16, 2012 – The now discontinued 3rd gen. iPad features a particularly incredible screen.