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Using the 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i9, specifically the 11900K, Doug Guerra builds and tests a custom PC made for gamers that can double as a workstation for creators. Watch how he does it, then enter for your chance to win this newly built PC stacked with an awesome collection of hardware to accompany it, along with...
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Gaming is getting huge. A natural result of that is equipment being designed explicitly for gamers. One such brand is WD with its WD_BLACK series of products. Yes, they are great for gaming, but I want to say that these are genuinely good products that are worth a look for other industries. In particular, it was the Thunderbolt™ 3-equipped...
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With a huge shift toward working from home, it became very clear to many that the small screen on their laptop or all-in-one PC wasn’t going to cut it. A monitor upgrade is, perhaps, one of the most important changes you can make when improving a computer work space because it is the thing you are going to spend hours viewing. I’m here to recommend the...
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If you have shopped for a router in the past couple of years, which isn’t always fun, odds are you’ve seen “mesh networks” or “Wi-Fi systems” for sale at your favorite retailer. These systems consist of multiple access points that act as one to blanket your entire home with Internet connectivity, with the goal of eliminating the dead spots that commonly plague single-router systems. While the...
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Let’s take a trip to the virtual world of the Oculus Quest 2! The...
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Recently, I was asked how the Oculus Quest 2 compares to the original. My answer was fairly straightforward: It’s better. Pressed for specifics on how and in what ways was it better, my reply was equally succinct: In every way. For anyone who’s familiar with the original Oculus Quest,...
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Gamers are a tough bunch to shop for. They’re one of the few consumer groups that a) buys their own equipment almost exclusively; b) are very particular about what they buy; and c) enjoy comfort as much as they do gaming. Luckily for us, Spieltek understands the struggle is real for gamers,...
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Jordan demonstrates how to use the 2020 iMac 27”and 2020 iPad Pro 12.9” for tethered shooting and Photoshop retouching. Whether you use these together or separately, they will improve...
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If you have the urge to build a computer, but don’t have the time, then the...
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Unique tech is good. At least in my opinion. We have tons of typical laptops, tablets, and smartphones already available, making anything that can be the right tool for the job extremely valuable. It also might lead to someone finding a new, better way of working. The Microsoft Surface Book 3...
by Bjorn Petersen
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External, portable hard drives are often taken for granted. They’re something I’ve never considered much, beyond maybe thinking, “How small is it? What’s its capacity? Is it reliable?” But after getting to know the ArmorLock SSD from G-Technology, it’s making more sense to me...
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Adobe Acrobat Pro DC is the most complete PDF solution designed for today's multi-device world. Having an Acrobat Pro DC subscription enhances the process by providing a consistent user experience across desktop, web browser, and mobile platforms while delivering full Acrobat 2020 Pro...
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Samsung’s T7 Portable SSD warrants many adjectives. It’s fast. It’s secure. And as the name implies, it is indeed portable. But the word I keep coming back to is elegant. That’s not a description I usually associate with storage devices, but for the T7, it fits....
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Apple has constantly been releasing new ads and commercials proclaiming that “your next computer is not a computer.” Honestly, every time Apple has said that, I’ve been hoping that the spokesperson was right. I have always enjoyed using my classic 9.7" iPad Pro when I’m commuting, or even in the office, for taking notes or drafting an article. With the 2018 and 2020 generations of ...
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