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Creative professionals have been enjoying an abundance of choices lately, with massive workstations and a variety of options that can easily make a difference in high-end workloads (and a significant ding in your budget, as well). For years, Apple reigned supreme for creative professionals, and its hold on the wish lists for animators, video production teams, and high-end graphic designers and...
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Looking for gamer gift ideas? From consoles to games to gaming accessories, Gaming Expert Scary Larry gives you the details on the best gaming gifts for the holidays! More Holiday Gift Guides:Unique Holiday Gifts for the Tech Enthusiast in Your Life...
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Working from home can be a great experience, as long as your office space is set up exactly as you want it. I know I need to have everything in just the right place to get into some serious work. If you are anything like me, you want to make sure that you have some new tech around that simply makes life better. There is always some new and current tech you can get to upgrade your home office. The...
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Having more megapixels and higher resolution video isn’t always a good thing. Shooting with the latest cameras is almost certainly going to fill up your hard drives quickly. I know from personal experience, having recently picked up a 61MP Sony a7R IV from which each raw file exceeds 100MB and a couple of minutes of 4K video, will take up gigabytes of space. At home, I have the luxury of a...
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There are many things to consider when you’re buying a graphics card. It can get confusing. At how high a resolution do you want to play? Do you want FreeSync or G-SYNC? Do you want ray tracing or not? This simplified guide will point out some of the popular graphics cards in common gaming builds. Entry Level If you’re just looking to play your games at a respectable Full HD 1080p resolution...
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With the holiday season fast approaching, there’s a good chance you can think of someone who would love an Apple product as a gift. We’re here to break it all down for you, so come December, your gifts will already be wrapped and ready to go under the tree. Just bookmark this article, and you’ll be ready to go. MacBook Pro What is it? With a 500-nit Retina Display and True Tone technology,...
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Nobody has ever complained about a memory card being too fast and, increasingly, electronics manufacturers are expecting you to have high-speed memory cards that are compatible with certain features. These days, smartphones, tablets, and even laptops often rely on memory cards to expand their storage. With...
Robot Toys Help Expand STEM Education
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The evolution of learning toys is a long road, littered with toys that introduced children to subjects and ideas that, in the least, provided education and fun and, at best, laid out stepping stones of inspiration toward careers later in life. From the early 20th-Century engineering toys of Erector sets, Tinkertoys, and Lego®, to the late-century rudimentary programming of robotic toys, such as...
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The laptop is the hands-down winner for on-the-go performance, but what if you’re missing the comforts of your home gaming system? How do you get that in your dorm room? And what about LAN parties with friends? Can you do all that without the heavy lifting? Well, take a step out of the box and let’s talk about mini-ITX. Mini-ITX is the smallest common motherboard form factor with gaming potential...
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With the start of the school year fast approaching (or already here for college students), there’s a good chance you know a student asking for an Apple product. Whether it’s a MacBook Pro, an iPad Air, or just a pair of 2nd-Gen AirPods, we’re here to break it all down for you. MacBook Air What is it? Apple updated the MacBook Air to feature True Tone technology for a more natural viewing...
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It’s safe to say that in today’s predominantly digital world, memory cards have overtaken film as the primary recording media for consumer and professional photo and video use. Just as analog cameras were designed to work with a specific film format, such as 35mm or 120 roll film, or large-format sheet film, digital cameras are likewise built to work with one or two specific memory card formats....
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When it comes time to build a computer, populate a RAID or NAS array, replace a corrupted drive, or expand your system’s current storage capacity, the sheer quantity of drive options can be daunting. I’m not talking just about storage capacity, but also form factor, interface, and more. While you could just haphazardly buy something and hope for the best, there are certain drives that are better...
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Gaming in today’s world, you are going to need more system storage to keep up with all the games to which you’ll have access. Upgrading your PlayStation 4 (Pro) or Xbox One S storage is essential. This also includes the Nintendo Switch, as well. There are usually three types of gamers: those who purchase physical copies only, those who have moved on to digital, and those who purchase whichever...
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If you work with libraries of large image files, or in audio or video production, you need to be selective about your external hard drive. Reading and writing files directly from or to an external drive can incur some hefty performance demands, so it's best to determine your needs before you buy a drive. With...
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For many students, a dorm room is their first true home away from home, a place to thrive, to feel safe and comfortable, to chart out a path all their own. Unfortunately, many dorms don’t reflect all that positivity and potential at the onset, instead resembling something between a camp bunk and a barracks. So, to help take your dorm from jail cell to sanctuary, we’ve put together a list of...
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