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5 Laptops to Consider for 2017

If you are looking for a portable companion to tide you through the year ahead, at school, or at work, here are 7 laptops you need to consider. Whether you're looking for an ultrabook, a convertible, a Chromebook or a heavyweight fighter, we've got you covered. Asus Zenbook Flip If you

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GIGABYTE launches the GeForce GTX 1080 AORUS xtreme edition 8G

GIGABYTE has introduced a new high-performance AORUS branded graphics card, dubbed the GeForce GTX 1080 AORUS xtreme edition 8G. Powered by the GeForce GTX 1080, the new graphics card utilizes a WINDFORCE Stack 3x 100mm fan cooling system, with an advanced removable copper back plate. The impressive cooling solution is claimed

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EZ Jumper Pad Budget Convertible Goes on Sale

Convertible laptop-tablet hybrids are all the rage nowadays, and the EZ Jumper Pad series offers one of the most budget-friendly options of convertibles in the market right now, and they're having a pretty decent flash sale. Jumper EZPad 6 ($154.99) The EZPad 6 holds an Intel Z8350 processor, and a Intel HD Graphics

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Asus ZenFone AR Puts Tango and Google’s Daydream VR into One Phone

Virtual reality and augmented reality are set to be one of the biggest things we are going to see this century. If you can't decide between which of the 2 you want in your smartphone, consider the Asus Zenfone AR, it can do both. By the end of the 2nd quarter

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Here Are the Top 3 Places to Salvage Your Broken iPhone

Did your iPhone just decide to take a its own life after years of abuse and overuse under your tormenting dictatorship? If it’s true, and your iPhone has decided to leap off the table and crack its head, or drown in a sink or swimming pool, then you might be

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Why The Creation Of Trade Associations Is Good For VR

Virtual Reality is certainly not dead; that is for certain. Although there seems to be a consensus that nothing surprising was shown off this year at CES, that doesn't mean there weren't many VR technologies on display. Everything from headsets to peripherals was shown off this year in Las Vegas.

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Asus ROG showcases complete gaming lineup at CES

At CES this past week, Asus Republic of Gamers announced a slew of new products aimed at gamers. The complete lineup included G-series gaming laptops and desktops, Maximus and STRIX motherboards, gaming peripherals, and the company’s very first ROG-branded gaming router. Gaming Router The ROG Rapture GT-AC5300 router has been designed exclusively

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Hushme is the Weirdest Technology that Lets You Have Private Conversations

Meet the world's first voice mask for mobile phones, Hushme. This strange neckband-style wireless headphone is a device that is built to muffle your conversations, and did I mention? It has integrated earbuds to be used as headphones too. To activate conversation muffling, you enter "masking mode" by activating your app. To

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Spotify Beware, Tidal’s Hi-Res Tsunami Just Got Higher

  When audiophiles want to stream Hi-Res (High Resolution) music, they get their fix from Tidal. And today, Tidal's bumping up all that Hi-Res goodness with MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) Technology. You can already enjoy CD-quality Lossless files (1411kbps, 16/44.1 khz) from Tidal, which is superior to Spotify Premium's lossy 320kbps. The one roadblock that prevented

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