If the eyes are the windows to your soul, then what's a PC monitor? It must be the window to your system's soul, and if you're going to peer at such a thing, you can get a better look with an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel. Looking for one? If so, check out today's top deal for a Dell P2714H Black 27-Inch Widescreen IPS Monitor for $260 with free shipping (normally $300 - use coupon code: [EMCANAT35]). It has D-Sub, DVI, and DisplayPort connectors, a fully adjustable stand, wide viewing angles.
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Privacy's a hot topic, especially since our innocence was shattered when former NSA subcontractor Edward Snowden confirmed that we can't even pass gas without the government knowing what we ate for lunch. Like it or not, it's the world we live in, though it doesn't mean we have to wave the white flag. To thwart more casual snoopers, Cherry's JD-0400EU Encrypted Wireless Keyboard and Mouse combo might do the trick.
Consumers have yet to fully embrace 4K Ultra HD displays, but now that the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has published the Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) 1.4a standard, it will only be a matter of time before 8K resolution panels end up on all-in-one PCs, laptops, and even mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. The new standard replaces eDP 1.4 published a year ago this month.
One of the best reasons to be a PC gamer is modding. There is a passionate and dedicated community that helps to breathe new life into many PC games because of it. Yet while the scope and diversity of mods available are vast, we are focusing on mods that will improve a game’s graphics.
Microsoft has been granted a patent for "Windows 365" by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and of course, the immediate reaction is that Windows is headed toward a subscription model similar to Office 365. Indeed that may be the case, though from everything that we know, it probably won't apply to Windows 10, which will remain a free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users for the first year.
Biostar's been making a concerted effort to gain a reputation as a high-end hardware player, and it's doing it by releasing boards with enthusiast grade and sometimes unique feature-sets. We saw it last summer with the release of the TD85, a motherboard with half a dozen PCI-E slots intended for Bitcoin miners, and more recently with the Hi-F iZ97Z7. Continuing the trend, Biostar today launched the first in a new line of gaming hardware, the Gaming Z97X motherboard with USB 3.1 support.
Haven't you heard? iPad sales are down and tablet growth as a whole has slowed considerably. If we were analysts jumping the gun, we'd call this the post-tablet era. Either way, if you've had your fill of the tablet life and now find yourself in the market for an affordable gaming laptop, check out today's top deal for an MSI GP Series GP60 Leopard-472 Gaming Laptop for $779 with free shipping (normally $899 - use coupon code: [EMCANAT32]). This 15.6-inch laptop sports an INtel Core i7 4710HQ processor, 8GB of RAM, 1TB HDD, and Nvidia GeForce GT 840M graphics.
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Ever since the furor over GTX 970’s specs first erupted last month, AMD has been having plenty of fun rubbing salt into Nvidia’s self-inflicted wounds, reminding GTX 970 owners how Nvidia lied to them and asking those interested in getting a “real video card at a decent price” to go for one of its products instead. Seemingly convinced by the sales pitch, a former GTX 970 owner from Down Under recently took to AMD’s Facebook page to know about the odds of either the R9 390x or R9 380x making it to the market in time for GTA V’s PC release.
The Raspberry Pi 2 credit card-sized computer that went on sale a week back has been a talking point ever since. Initially, it was all about its many improvements over the first-gen Pi and the fact that it will eventually be to run a free version of Windows 10. Now, however, the focus (pun intended) has turned to its strange behavior when showered in xenon flash.
Current version of Project Spartan is said to be only marginally better than IE11 in HTML5 compliance
When it officially unveiled the Project Spartan (codename) browser last month, Microsoft said it would not be part of “our first few Insider builds.” It is hard to say how much longer we might have to wait for the first publicly available Windows 10 preview build with Project Spartan, but one thing is for sure: leaks, whether of entire builds or images therefrom, are never far off.