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Wi-Fi 6 is better, faster Internet for your Smart Home

Are you ready for Wi-Fi 6? Here's everything you need to know about the latest Wi-Fi standard that promises better, faster Internet for your smart home.

The 5 best graphics cards for gaming this year

If you're looking to upgrade your gaming experience, build and new computer, or figure out which new gaming rig to buy, I'll give you some recommendations for the five best graphics cards for gaming this year.

How to determine if you need a new Wi-Fi network for...

If your internet is giving you problems, but you're not sure what to do, let me help you figure out if you need a Wi-Fi network upgrade for your smart home.

ASUS X540LA 15.6-inch laptop review: big on a budget


 The ASUS X540LA is a big, surprisingly light and very affordable laptop. Aimed at students and casual home use, this 15.6-inch laptop could also easily replace an aging desktop PC. Here’s my review.

PC Gaming: Gearing up for Tom Clancy’s The Division

Coming this March is Ubisoft’s next Tom Clancy universe game, set in a post pandemic New York City. You will have to face escaped prisoners, a militia mad with power, rioters and flamethrower wielding cleaners bent on burning out the disease that has ravaged the city. Not only will you need your wits and fellow agents to help you survive Tom Clancy’s The Division but you will also need the right gear, and when it comes to the PC gaming rigs you need, we got you covered right here.

Why doesn’t my Wi-Fi reach all around my house?

Suffering from disappointing Wi-Fi performance in parts of your home? You’re not alone. Spotty Wi-Fi is a common problem. Here’s how to diagnose what’s going on, along with suggestions on how to fix the issues.

ASUS ROG Raikiri Pro video game controller review

The ASUS ROG Raikiri Pro video game controller gives players more precision and customization with a full set of unique features.

Chromebox overview


Chances are you’ve heard of a Chromebook —the hot new category in affordable, mobile computing— but what the heck is a Chromebox? The cardboard box a Samsung Chromebook ships in? Does it have anything to do with Battlestar Galactica and Cylons? No to both. Chromebox is the natural extension of the Chromebook, taking Google’s Chrome operating system and using it to run a compact, portable and affordable alternative to a traditional desktop Windows PC. The Chromebox isn’t for everyone, but when it comes to a desktop PC that features near instant boot-up, built-in security, the ability to work on documents and spreadsheets using free (and offline-capable) apps plus a complete web experience, a Chromebox is an appealing option.

HyperX Cloud Mix Buds gaming earphones review

The HyperX Cloud Mix Buds are great gaming earbuds that come with dual wireless connectivity and up to 33 hours of battery life.

Enter for a chance to win a Kobo Nia ereader

Reading a good book is just easier with the Kobo Nia and two people will win one of these simply elegant ereaders through this contest.