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Diamond WPCTVPRO Vstream Wireless 1080p PC to TV USB Adapter Review Featured

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The concept of wireless display is not a new one. Many designs and devices have been built to give the…

NETGEAR ProSafe XS708E 8-Port 10Gbe Switch Review Featured

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In the world of the enterprise bandwidth is everything. If you do not have enough or you cannot keep your…

Thermaltake GOrb II Notebook Cooler Review Featured

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As we demand more and more from our mobile devices manufacturers are forced to try and stuff higher power CPU and GPUs inside ever-shrinking laptop and tablet shells. This leaves them in tricky position; they have to either put in…

The ADATA DashDrive Air AE400 Stops by the Lab Featured

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There is no doubt that the mobile market has gotten huge. Everyone is building devices to enable, extend, accessorize, and…
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Editor’s Note – We delayed our release of the Haswell review due to some performance issues we saw with some of our tests. We reached out to Intel and all of the companies that provide our testing software to ensure…
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Storage is something that everyone needs. No matter if you are a single end user or a gigantic corporation you…
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When wireless networking was first introduced it was a very cool concept and people bought into it. The problem was that it was also about as slow as dial-up internet was. The good news is that all technologies advance and…
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802.11ac wireless was introduced at CES 2012. Unfortunately when the devices were launched there were no adapters to support it. This meant that people were buying expensive wireless products without having any way to support the speeds they were capable…
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Mobile devices are great. All of us use them in the form of phones, MP3/4 players, tablets laptops etc. The problem with a large majority of them is that they never seem to have enough storage to do everything you…
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Storage is one of those things that you never seem to have enough of. Just when you think that 2Terabyte…

Bioshock Infinite PC Version First Impressions

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First off, let me say that I don’t buy brand new PC games very often.  I buy them even less…
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In a market full of look-a-like products or flimsy gimmicks it is hard to find a truly interesting device. However, every now and then someone puts something together that is really out of the ordinary. This is what we found…
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When Cooler Master Launched their new QuickFire Line of gaming keyboards with Mechanical switched they were very well received. We have had the chance to test out all of the models even though we have not always been able to…

Medal of Honor Warfighter Quick and Dirty Review

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Military simulation games are nothing new, but their popularity has certainly increased with some of the recent press about US…
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Although all-in-one water cooling systems are nothing new, their rise in popularity is something very recent. We have watched as multiple companies have launched products designed bring “enthusiast” level cooling to the masses. This type of move is also nothing…

How To Allocate more RAM to Minecraft

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Minecraft is set at a default of around 512 MB of RAM allocated to it, as this is the default…

Dishonored Quick and Simple Review

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The Empress is dead, her daughter has been taken and a deadly and mysterious plague is slowly consuming the city.…
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In 1998 a new company crated from former Microsoft employees launched a game that would change the way we played…

Yubico Brings Easy Two Factor Authentication Plus Much More Featured

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As more and more user accounts are hacked, we still hear about systems that still allow for simple password hints,…

Darksiders II Quick and Simple Review

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Darksiders II is listed as an action adventure roleplaying game. It is meant to follow the path of Death (yes…

Accell's UltraVideo HDMI to VGA Adapter Review Featured

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As technology moves forward we find that the means of connectivity are often changing very rapidly. There are times when…

Gigabyte G1.Sniper M3 Design And Feature Review Featured

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Two years ago Gigabyte announced their G1.Kille series of motherboards with an interesting event featuring camouflage and tons of military imagery. The concept behind it was that the G1.Killer was meant to be a series of “super-soldiers” for gaming. Each…

Thecus N5550 NAS Intro and Teardown Featured

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With the big push for everything in the cloud we have been focusing on ways to consumers and businesses to…

Patriot's PBO Alpine HD Media Player Shows Us What It Can Do Featured

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  A few years ago there was a big craze for home media players these devices were intended to make…
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We have our third victim… um test subject in our continuing Network Attached Storage (NAS) device reviews. This time it is from a company with a fair recognizable name in the industry, NETGEAR. For many the name NETGEAR means low…

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