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Amazon Kills Its Coolest Dash Product After Ignoring It For Years
21st Jun 2020 [18 days ago] from PCWorld
Amazon has informed users that the Dash Wand barcode scanner will no longer work as of July 20.
MSI GS66 Stealth Review: Thin And Small, With A 300Hz Screen
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
The MSI GS66 Stealth is the latests GS-series laptop from the company, and it continues the tradition of pushing the envelope on thin-and-light gaming machines.With the GS66 Stealth, MSI redesigns the trend-setting GS65 Stealth to be, well,...
The Best CPUs For Gaming: Ryzen XT Pushes AMD CPUs To Faster Speeds
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
Buying a processor for a gaming rig isn’t as hard as it used to be. Now that Ryzen 3000-series and Intel’s 10th-gen Core CPUs come with more performance and cores than ever before, it’s hard to buy a stinker these days—especially...
Operas GX Gaming Browser Integrates Discord, Adds Hot Tab Killer
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
Opera’s intriguing gaming browser, Opera GX, just became even more interesting, with integrated Discord capabilities and a “Hot Tabs Killer” feature that can automatically kill tabs that begin quietly sucking up gobs and gobs of memory.Opera...
Plex App Lets You Stream Free Movies And TV Shows Without An Account
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
No Plex account? No problem. The latest version of the Android app for Plex, a DVR and media server service with a growing selection of free, ad-supported movies and TV shows, now lets you stream titles from its free video library without...
15 Must-try Demos From The Steam Summer Game Festival
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
The Steam Summer Game Festival is massive. Like, really massive. The first iteration in December offered about a dozen demos, and the March event touted 50, but now? The Summer Game Festival apparently features over 900 demos—shooters,...
HyperX Alloy Origins Review: Same Keyboard, New Switches, New Name
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
By the time the great Keyboard Switch Wars are over, every company will have its own custom-built switches. That’s what happens when patents expire, I guess. The latest to join the boutique switch trend? HyperX, who used traditional Cherry...
1More Dual Driver ANC Pro Wireless Review: This In-ear Headphone Has A Split Personality, But Great Phone Skills
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
You’ll get clean, lean sound with ANC off, and rich, bass-heavy sound with ANC on.
Sonos Port Review: A Flawed Successor To The Sonos Connect
19th Jun 2020 [20 days ago] from PCWorld
The new Sonos S2 operating systems sounds promising, but should you replace a workhorse Sonos Connect with a Sonos Port in the name of compatibility?
EA Play 2020: Star Wars: Squadrons Gameplay, The Return Of Skate, And Not Much Else
18th Jun 2020 [21 days ago] from PCWorld
Hey, at least one part of E3 remains intact in 2020! Thursday night marked the debut of EA Play 2020, which usually is held in a hot parking lot in Hollywood and this year was held in Andrew Wilson’s surfboard room. Anyway, EA kept it...
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