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Stop ignoring your Windows 10 operating system; the new Creators Update will bring neat, new features to your PC computing experience. Here are 5 examples
We are entering into a new era of computing, with applications like virtual reality, 4K video editing and Ultra HD gaming pushing the need for more powerful CPUs. AMD’s answer began rolling out in March: AMD Ryzen processors. Here’s what you need to know about these new multi-core, multi-threading powerhouses.
Storage is a critical factor in almost all consumer technology these days, from computers to cameras, game consoles and smartphones. It’s something that’s often taken for granted, yet storage can have huge implications in terms of performance and usability of your devices.
Recently I got my hands on Samsung's new 24" Curved Gaming Monitor featuring Quantum Dot technology, and let me tell you, it is impressive. If you're thinking about getting a new gaming monitor and want one that offers crisp, colourful visuals and top-tier gaming performance with no compromise, than look no further than Samsung's latest curved gaming monitor.
With so many gaming PCs touting their virtual reality compatibility, it can definitely be a challenge to find the perfect one for your gaming needs. To help you through the decision-making process, in this article I break down the important specs to look for, and suggest some great VR-ready Gaming PCs to consider.
The paperless office is far from a reality, so you’re going to need a printer for a while now. I just bought the HP Envy 7640 All-In-One wireless inkjet printer and have been using it for the past month. Here’s my review on an excellent printer for the money.
Mesh networking, also sometimes referred to as “whole home” networking, is the big trend in in-home Internet connectivity this year. Spreading out the connection you’re paying for can get a boost from a mesh Wi-Fi system that acts less as an extension and more like a true net.