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Shinola Bookshelf Speakers Review: Grandly Waving The Flag For U.S. Audio Technology
13th Aug 2018 [7 days ago] from PCWorld
Compact design, excellent performance, and versatile connectivity render these monitors a must-hear collaboration.
Lenovos ThinkPad P1 Puts A Core I9 Or Xeon In A Thin-and-light Laptop
13th Aug 2018 [7 days ago] from PCWorld
Lenovo’s ThinkPad P1 is a workstation laptop that somehow crams an 8th-gen Core i9 or Xeon plus Nvidia Quadro graphics into a chassis just 0.7 inch thin and 3.76 pounds. This is a machine made for creators, designers, and other professionals...
Nintendos Ridiculous War On ROMs Threatens Gaming History
11th Aug 2018 [9 days ago] from PCWorld
Last week Nintendo sued two long-standing emulation sites: LoveRETRO and LoveROMs. It’s not the first time emulation’s come under attack, but it was noteworthy in part because of the absurd damages Nintendo cited: $2 million for illicit...
This Weeks New PC Hardware: Threadripper 2, Cutting-edge SSDs, And A Fallout-themed NZXT Case
11th Aug 2018 [9 days ago] from PCWorld
A week for new milestonesImage by Gordon Mah UngFresh gear comes fast and furious in the wide-open world of PC hardware—so quickly that even computing faithful like us can’t possibly cover it all. Nobody wants to miss out on an interesting...
This Week In Games: NZXT Announces Fallout-themed PC Cases And Blizzard Says Multiple Diablo Projects Are In The Works
10th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
"Multiple" Diablo projects in the works. Blizzards words, not mine. Diablo IV is an obvious bet, but what are the others? Diablo III on Switch? A Hearthstone successor? Rocket League, but with demons? Warcraft IV, except all the Warcraft...
HyperX Alloy Elite RGB Review: A Solid, Cherry MX-based Option, Despite Its Iffy Software
10th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Learning is a process, right? It certainly has been for HyperX and its keyboards. First there was the stripped-down HyperX Alloy FPS in late 2016—a no-frills budget keyboard that, as I wrote at the time, “focused on the fundamentals.”The...
Intels Whiskey Lake Notebook Chips Will Offer Big Turbo Boosts To Get You To Upgrade
10th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
While motherboard companies continue to outdo themselves releasing data on Intel’s upcoming 9000-series processors, HP has accidentally disclosed details regarding another of Intel’s upcoming chips: its “Whiskey Lake” notebook processors.As...
Preorders Open For The Galaxy Note 9 And Itll Cost The Same Anywhere You Get It
10th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Pre-orders have opened for the Galaxy Note 9, and there’s a pleasant surprise. Anywhere you buy it will cost the same: $1,000 for the 128GB version and $1,250 for the 512GB model.OK, maybe those prices aren’t exactly pleasant, but it...
Samsungs $1,000 Galaxy Note 9 Makes Apples $1,000 IPhone X Seem Like A Bargain
10th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
Samsung has unveiled the Note 9, its first phone that tops $1,000, and its a far cry from the iPhone X.
The Wemo Smart Light Switch Is $15 Off Today
10th Aug 2018 [10 days ago] from PCWorld
A smart light switch gives you control over your lights from anywhere, and it’s a great way for smart home beginners to begin building their connected setup. Today, the popular Wemo light switch is $35 on AmazonRemove non-product link,...
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