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Asus Strix GTX 960 Delivers Bang For Fewer Bucks and Watts

Last week I told you a Giant Philips 4K Monitor Delivers Massive Bang For The Buck. As part of that post, I told you that you’d need a video card with Display port 1.2 and enough power to push all those pixels around. The suggestion was the EVGA GeForce GTX …

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Giant Philips 4K Monitor Delivers Massive Bang For The Buck

When you interact with a desktop computer, the monitor determines just how much you can see. One measure of size is the diagonal measurement in inches and the Philips 4065 UC measures in at 40 inches. Yea, it’s that big. Another way to measure the size is the number of …

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Install Cloud In Your Office With WD My Cloud NAS

When most of us think about “the cloud,” we think about computer storage that is far away in some secret bunker. We might also have some security concerns because our data is out there in this unknown location. Will it get lost? Will it get stolen or leaked? Loyal readers …

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Portable My Passport Drive Makes Backup Easy

It always baffles me when I get yet another e-mail stating “my computer crashed and I lost…” It is so much easier to backup your computer than it was even a couple of years ago. Those e-mails just tell me the person didn’t care enough about their data to make …

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NETGEAR Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band WiFi Router Delivers Speed

If you are looking for a bargain basement WiFi Router then this post is probably not for you. Instead I’m going to tell you about one of the biggest baddest routers on the market and you’ll have to pay a bit more for that power. Just looking at the picture …

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Packs More Power and Bigger Screen

A little over a year ago, I got the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet as described in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition Android Tablet post. In the electronics world, a lot can change in a year’s time. Strangely Samsung has not released an updated version of the “Note” …

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Multi-Port USB 2.0 and 3.0 Hubs

Does anyone ever have enough USB ports? Last week I suggested you Fill Your Front Bay With Memory Card Reader and USB Ports. It is a very elegant solution, but may be more of a project than you want to tackle or maybe it just won’t work for you. An …

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Fill Your Front Bay With Memory Card Reader And USB Ports

I’ve yet to see a computer that had enough USB ports for me. And I’m always pulling a memory card from a camera to transfer the pictures into my desktop computer for editing. What I do have available on my desktop are several empty front bays. It all leads to …

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Samsung 850 EVO SSD Drive Brings Speed at Reasonable Cost

SSD Drives have been around for several years now. The early versions had small capacities and weren’t very reliable. Reliability is now rock solid with tests showing they could last up to 1000 years under a normal workload. I will be long gone before the end of that 1000 years …

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Transcend Multi-Card Readers Makes Photo Transfer Easy

It is not uncommon for me to have two or three cameras with me when I go somewhere to shoot photos. Each of those cameras uses a different flavor of memory card. There are also times when I am teaching and I’m provided with a memory card from someone in …

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