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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If there’s one thing you should know about Thunderbolt connectivity, it’s this: Thunderbolt transfers data fast. Very fast. 10Gbps fast. Twice that of USB 3.0’s 5Gbps speed. If you’re looking for an external hard drive that can transfer data at those speeds via dual Thunderbolt ports, includes RAID support and provides up to 2TB of storage space, the Western Digital 2TB My Book VelociRaptor Duo Thunderbolt Desktop Hard Drive delivers.

8 years ago
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It’s no secret that Ultrabooks have become more and more prominent in recent years, slowly phasing out older, underperforming netbooks. It looks like ASUS has now fully embraced the Ultrabook category.

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The first thing you’ll notice about the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity TF700 10.1” Tablet is how similar it looks to its predecessor, the ASUS Transformer Prime 10.1” Tablet. It still has a volume rocker and power button on the top, as well as a microSD card slot, reset button, micro-HDMI port and 3.5mm combo audio jack on the left side.

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When you first open the box, you’re greeted by the Acer quick start guide. This quick start guide folds out into a four-panel page showing you how to set up your Acer Iconia Tab A700 tablet, complete with pictures and different languages. Remove the quick start guide and you’re face to face with the glossy 10.1” screen. 

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Can your iPad replace your notebook computer? This is probably the most asked question since the iPad made its debut in April of 2010. Now in its third generation, Apple continues to impress with the new iPad.

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After its release date was announced one month earlier at Apple’s annual 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference, Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion is finally here. Released July 25, 2012 with 200 new features, Mountain Lion brings many native iOS features found on Apple iOS devices, such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, to the Mac.

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When someone says that they’re going to buy an ultra-slim, ultraportable notebook computer with a Thunderbolt port, people might automatically think of a notebook computer made by a company with a different name. Well, that notion is no longer valid.

9 years ago
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If you’re in the market for an affordable yet powerful PC, ASUS has recently released a plethora of desktop computers that may meet your needs. 

9 years ago
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It seems everything is going digital these days. Books, movies, music, and even works of art are now being stored in a digital format. While it can be argued that drawing with a mouse requires some skill, it still pales in comparison to a beautifully hand-drawn image.

9 years ago
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If you’ve been holding out for a refresh of the MacBook Pro line, you’ve received more than an “iPhone 4S-type” update. Apple announced today at their annual Worldwide Developer Conference 2012 the next-generation MacBook Pro with Retina Display.

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Life is too short to eject your iPad from your computer safely. Thankfully, Apple has provided us with iOS 5 and iCloud so we no longer have to be tethered to our notebook and desktop computers in order to sync data.

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When it comes to gaming notebooks, the usual suspects are mentioned. ASUS, MSI and of course, Alienware are all considered to be popular brands for portable gaming. What about Samsung? Introducing the Samsung Series 7 Gamer 17.3” Notebook Computer.

9 years ago
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While tablets and even smartphones are becoming more viable options for mobile computing, nothing can beat the convenience and usefulness of a portable notebook computer. Sure, netbooks have been around, but they lack the performance to do anything besides word processing, email checking and Web surfing.

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Remember when desktop computers used to have single-core processors, which would take an eternity just to open a Word document? Me neither. That’s because dual-core and even quad-core central processing units (CPUs) have become the standard for desktop computers.

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The Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 is a small office storage server designed for file sharing and backing up data on as many as 25 computers. While the thought of working with a server may be daunting for novice and immediate users, setting up the Western Digital Sentinel DX4000 is simple and easy.

 
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