Fall is nearly upon us, which means many recent high school grads will soon be heading off to college. To help incoming freshmen thrive during their first year on campus, we’ve put together a list of useful computer tech we think will benefit them in and outside of the classroom.
A good, reliable laptop is arguably the most important piece of computer gear a student can take with them to college. Regardless of their field of study, students need a laptop that offers solid
Multiply screen space on the go with the Mobile Pixels TRIO. Sporting a 12.5" LCD panel, this portable monitor features Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution and conveniently attaches to the lid of your laptop. Slide the screen out from behind your laptop to take advantage of more screen space. Need even more space? Pick up the Mobile
It’s been almost 10 years since the debut of the first Chromebook, and since then the affordable, web-based wonder has come a long way. What was once a cheaper, but functionally limited alternative to the conventional laptop, is now the primary PC for many users. In this guide, we’re going to give you a basic outline of the modern Chromebook, including everything you need to know to help decide if a Chromebook is right for you.
Teaching and learning on the fly took on a whole new meaning since spring 2020, when educators and students alike had to quickly shift focus and reconfigure their workstations and computer setups.
If there is one thing to be learned from all the Zoom conferences and Microsoft Teams meetings held since then, it’s this: Most people do not have an adequate laptop, notebook, or monitor support system in place—and it shows in the video footage.
In addition to the bad aesthetics, inferior positioning of one’s monitor, notebook, laptop, or tablet
A product undergoes hundreds, or maybe thousands, of changes as it evolves from imagination to a drawing, to a prototype, to a product for consumers. Yet, its journey is far from over. It must adapt in order for versions 2, 3, 4, and so on. Today, Microsoft unveiled the new Surface Go 2, Surface Book 3, Headphones 2, and Surface Earbuds
NVIDIA has teamed up with its partners to deliver a lineup of GeForce RTX SUPER Max-Q-powered laptops. Delivering up to 25% faster performance than the original GeForce RTX 20-series GPUs, these laptops, with RTX 20-series SUPER GPUs, are ideal for playing games at high resolutions and competitive fps, as well as running resource-
At CES 2019, NVIDIA held a press conference announcing plenty of exciting news for gamers and enthusiasts alike. Starting with the RTX 2060, this finally confirmed rumor card features a 60% performance increase over its previous-generation GTX 1060. It's designed to max-out Full HD gaming, offering consistent 60+ FPS and delivering excellent performance at 1440p on high settings. Just like the current 20-series cards on the market, the RTX 2060 has the same AI and Ray Tracing technologies for AAA gaming and real-time ray-tracing effects.
What do smartphones, laptops, smartwatches, gaming consoles, and other portable devices have in common? They all require power. While simply plugging each device into a power outlet is always an option, there are different ways to charge your mobile devices. Let’s look at two popular standards: USB Power Delivery and Qi wireless charging.
The USB Power Delivery Specification is a single charging standard used across all USB-compatible devices. The biggest feature of USB Power Delivery is that it has increased power levels from existing USB
Although the season might look a bit different this year, due to the pandemic, students are returning to classrooms, nonetheless. The beginning of the school year is a time when many students are in the market for a new laptop, and if you’re interested in using your new computer to compose, produce, record, or mix music, there are some things you should keep in mind while shopping. Ten years ago, only the highest-end laptops were powerful enough to take on the task of real-time audio processing, and even still, they paled in comparison to the
I love my Microsoft Surface Pro 4. I love everything about it. I love that it is the perfect combination of laptop and tablet, that I can just as easily watch movies or slough through spreadsheets. I love its big glossy screen, I love its form factor, I love its light weight, I love its speedy processor.
I hate the keyboard.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4
I also hate that I had to pay extra for the keyboard, but that’s a whole
Get a laptop typing experience with your Microsoft Surface Pro 3 or 4, with the Brydge 12.3 Bluetooth Keyboard. Made from solid aluminum, this keyboard firmly holds your Surface Pro in its rotating hinge and provides a sturdy typing surface, enabling you to use it on your lap and on tables. Easily connecting via Bluetooth 3.0, the keys are backlit for typing in dark environments, and the built-in battery lasts for up to three