William Min

William Min

William Min is a writer for computers and gaming at B&H. An avid fan of technology, Will uses just about everything, from Mac to Windows, iOS to Android, and more. When he’s not staring at a computer screen, Will enjoys real life by playing basketball, going on road trips, and attending New York Giants games.

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Expand your storage and take it with you, with the Samsung T7 Portable SSD. Available in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB variants, the T7 doesn’t just provide ample storage—it is also built for speed. The T7 offers data-transfer speeds of up to 1050 MB/s, thanks to its internal NVMe PCIe SSD and...
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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...
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Mobile business professionals looking to stay productive while on the go should consider the Lenovo ThinkBook 15. It features a 10th Gen 1.6 GHz Intel® Core™ i5-1021U quad-core processor and 8GB of 2666 MHz DDR4 RAM, providing the performance needed to run business and productivity...
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Back up your 4K footage with the six-bay LaCie 6big Thunderbolt™ 3 RAID Array. Thunderbolt™ 3 provides double the video bandwidth of its predecessor, allowing you to daisy-chain dual 4K displays or a single 5K display to the LaCie 6big. Thunderbolt™ 3 speeds of up to 1400 MB/s (RAID 0)...
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With the Lenovo 15.6" Thinkpad E15 Laptops, you’ll be able to keep up with your business by answering emails and accessing office productivity apps. The ThinkPad E15 is available in a variety of configurations, including up to a 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-10510U quad-core processor and...
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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,...
Intel Gamer Days 2019: Gaming Laptop Buying Guide
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10 months ago
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While the desktop computer reigns supreme for most PC gamers, the gaming laptop is a good alternative for players who travel often. Your large desktop tower (plus accessories) will have a hard time fitting into your carry-on luggage. This is where the gaming laptop shines. Its portability makes it easier for you to play your favorite PC games on a plane or in a hotel room. If your budget allows,...
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Do you remember the old days when waiting for your computer to boot up meant you had enough time to visit the restroom, get something to eat, and maybe even mow your lawn? Now, with SSDs becoming more readily available, wake-up times for your computer are almost non-existent. Go from a cold boot to browsing the Web in mere seconds with a M.2 NVMe SSD. But what does that mean? Read on to learn...
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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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For something that has universal in its name, USB naming conventions are anything but. From long names to standard changes, it can become increasingly difficult to figure out what all the letters and numbers mean. And it has only gotten worse, now that USB naming conventions have changed once again. First, we’ll look at the number that follows USB, like USB 3.2 Gen 1, USB 3.1 Gen 1, USB 3.0, and...
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EA held its annual EA Play event a few days before E3 2019 officially kicked off. The company showcased upcoming games, updates on existing IPs, and announced an expansion pack for The Sims. Read on for more details. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order If you remember last year's EA Play, the only news we got about this game was from Respawn's Vice Zampella, who just happened to be in the audience. He...
E3 2019: Bethesda Recap
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Bethesda was busy at E3 2019 with new IPs, massive updates for existing games, and the introduction of Orion, a new game-streaming technology. Read on to find out what Bethesda announced. Ghostwire: Tokyo The studio behind The Evil Within is stepping into the action-adventure genre with Ghostwire: Tokyo. The premise of the game is that people of Tokyo are mysteriously disappearing. It's up to you...
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Like last year, Nintendo opted for a pre-recorded Nintendo Direct video instead of a live audience in a theater. Avoiding awkward moments and focusing fully on the games, Nintendo showcased upcoming games, as well as dropped a few surprises. Read on to find out what Nintendo has planned for the Switch. A Zelda: Breath of the Wild Sequel is in the Works Nintendo surprised the crowd by announcing...
 E3 2019: Microsoft Xbox Briefing Recap
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At the Xbox E3 2019 Briefing, Microsoft showcased a huge lineup of 60 games for both console and PC, including 11 world premieres and 14 games from Xbox Game Studios. The company also shared news about Project Scarlett, which is its next-gen console, set to launch in 2020, along with Halo Infinite. Microsoft also announced that more than 30 games, including Gears 5, will premiere on Xbox Game...
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