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ASUS ROG Swift: A Hardcore Display for the 4K Gamer

Contributing writer: Dan Tennant Gaming PC monitors that have 4K resolution, NVIDIA G-Sync or both aren’t particularly rare these days, but add to that eSports-quality refresh rates and suppo

Peek Under the Hood of Tomorrow’s PCs

CES may mainly be the time when device manufacturers announce new products to be released throughout the year, but it’s also where you see the newest parts that make up tomorrow’s hottest

CES Brings a Surge of Affordable Gaming Laptops

One exciting trend we saw at CES 2017 was the surge in gaming laptops priced below the $1,000 mark. In a category dominated by tricked-out gaming rigs that sell for thousands of dollars, the introduct

OWC’s Nifty Gadget Gives Connectivity Back to the MacBook Pro

Apple lost a few fans when it unveiled its latest laptop computer, the Touch Bar MacBook Pro – having dropped most of the common ports from the device, it left just two USB Type-C ports on the c

ASUS Adds More Ports and Higher Resolution to its ZenBook 3 Deluxe

The ZenBook 3 turned many heads, including our own, for its ultra-thin chassis, beautiful screen, powerful internal components and surprisingly potent audio quality. It’s small, though, and some

Chromebooks Shine at CES

With slim designs, premium materials and an ever-expanding list of features and capabilities, the humble Chromebook has become one of the hottest laptop categories in years. At CES 2017 in Las Vegas,

Razer's Concept Three-Screen Laptop Courts the Awesome and Absurd

Contributing writer: Dan Tennant Razer has developed something of a reputation at CES for using the annual Las Vegas trade show to unveil truly crazy concepts. Even so, what it hauled out at CES 2017

What's New in 3D Printing at CES 2017

What’s New in 3D Printing at CES 2017 Yes, the world of consumer 3D printers is rapidly expanding, but we’re starting to see some tapering off in the market as the winning companies simpl

Hands On With Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Family

Lenovo’s ThinkPad line has been a staple of the workplace for years, and for the last little while, the X1 Carbon has been its crown jewel. The X1 Carbon and other members of the X1 family have

Make Your Windows 10 Computer Work Like New Again [4 Simple Steps]

We’ve all been there. You’ve accidentally installed a load of freeware with other software. Perhaps you’ve downloaded oodles of “exciting” games, only to find they came w

The Apollo 11 Guidance Computer That Put Man on the Moon With Only 74KB of Memory

In the Digital Age, we take technology for granted. We’re surrounded by it at home, at work, when we’re having fun. Television, smartphone, tablet, game console, PC, toaster, washing machi

First-Ever Computer Music Recording Restored from Alan Turing's Computer

Alan Turing, the famed computer scientist, code breaker and artificial intelligence innovator, also broke ground in the genre of electronic music. But it’s a fair bet that Skrillex, Deadmau5, Da

A History of Cloud Computing: From 1950 to Today

Not all computer users fully grasp the concept of cloud computing, even though most benefit from the cloud practically every day. Essentially, the cloud is a central location where data is stored and

Canon imageFORMULA DR-C240

Canon’s imageFORMULA DR-C240 is a desktop scanner that fits the needs of small business users. On paper, its specifications are excellent. It has a stock scan rate of 30 pages per minute (ppm) i

Plustek eScan

Plustek doesn’t necessarily have the name recognition of many companies in the document scanner market, but its eScan A150 is an excellent value and versatile enough for small businesses. This

Mimaki CJV300

Printer-cutters are expensive machines. The world of large-format printing is already a pricey one to enter, no matter how big your company, but jumping from regular wide-format printers to those that

Ricoh MP W8140

There’s a good reason the Ricoh MP W8140 is the fastest wide-format printer on our lineup: It doesn’t print in color. Instead of using pigment-, dye- or solvent-based inks, the W8140 uses

HP PageWide XL 4500

The HP PageWide XL 4500 is the quintessential enterprise wide-format printer. It’s absurdly large, weighing in at almost half a ton, and is even built with removable pieces just so it can fit th

Epson SureColor P20000

There are three things every wide-format printer should be: dependable, versatile and able to produce great-quality prints. Epson’s SureColor P20000 ticks all the requisite boxes and adds one mo

How Big is a Petabyte, Exabyte, Zettabyte or a Yottabyte

When you're in the market for a new home computer, there are some specifications you consider more than others. Typically, you look at the processor speed, the amount of memory and the hard drive size

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