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Tudia Cous Remote Control Electrical Outlet Review

Tudia Cous Remote Control Electrical Outlets are a simple way to add convenience to turning on and off electrical appliances from the outlet. We normally go with higher technology on Bjorn3D, but this was just too good and affordable to not bring to the public’s eye. Many people are mobility …

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Master Windows 10 Updates (How To)

Master the Windows 10 Updates Windows 10 brings a host of new changes and among them is the fact that Windows Updates now are mandatory, you cannot turn them off, and that it can take advantage of Peer To Peer functionality. Both these features does have some good thinking behind …

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QuakeCon 2015 – Day 2

20 years. That’s how long America’s largest BYOC LAN party and associated events has been going on. From the humble beginnings in 1996 at a small hotel in a Dallas suburb, to the mega-sized event luring thousands of visitors to Dallas in the middle of the summer, QuakeCon has always …

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QuakeCon 2015 – Day 1

20 years. That’s how long America’s largest BYOC LAN party and associated events has been going on. From the humble beginnings in 1996 at a small hotel in a Dallas suburb, to the mega-sized event luring thousands of visitors to Dallas in the middle of the summer, QuakeCon has always …

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Razer DeathAdder Chroma + Razer FireFly (Chroma) Review

Razer DeathAdder Chroma There are good days and bad days in reviewing, at times you’ve been anticipating the biggest baddest motherboard on the planet and when it arrives it takes 4 days to get it to boot and another day to OC it. That would be one of the bad days. …

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Daily Roundup: 2015-04-01

Today, check out our review of ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer and Bitfenix Colossus reviews. In addition, Technic3D has AMD A8-7650K review, PCGameware has Antec High Current Gamer M 850W review, Kitguru has Corsair Hydro H100i GTX review, Eteknix has Creative Sound Blaster X7 review, and more.

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Seagate Launches Seven and Wireless

Seagate wants to help you to carry your data on the go with two new portable drives: the Seagate Wireless and Seagate Seven. The $129.99 Seagate Wireless is a portable drive packed with wireless card so you can transfer data to and from the drive without the need of a …

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Cooler Master’s Latest Gaming Gear, Coolers, and Gadgets

Cooler Master came prepared for CES 2013. They brought plenty of new goodies to show us in almost every category of products they offer. From new gaming peripherals, new chassis, all the way to some new ultrabook and tablet accessories. Read on to find out if any of these products …

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Bjorn3D Arrives at International CES 2013

Bjorn3D has arrived at CES 2013. Over the next few days, we’ll be bringing you detailed coverage of this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. Keep reading for our live coverage of the NVIDIA press conference, and stay tuned for more!

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Thecus® Leading Trends at Computex 2012

Thecus is showing off their latest products at Computex 2012 that includes the TopTower Series, Microsoft Windows Storage Servers W Series, V Sereis, Vision Series, and NVR Visoguard. The company will also shows the ThecusOS 5.0 that brings system monitoring with live feedback on error, maintenance issue and activity. The …

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Kingston latest gadgets at CES 2012

Kingston shows off their latest red Hyper Limited Edition memory modules, next concept T1 modules, a 64GB system running a high demanding composition, and latest Ultrabook Flash Drives.

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Razer at CES 2012

Razer at CES 2012 showed off two of their latest products, the Naga Hex gaming mouse, and their latest on-the-go Project Fiona Gaming PC Tablet with game controllers on the side.

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How-To Build a Quiet Ultimate Gaming PC

Building a Quiet Gaming PC can be confusing for beginners that have never messed with their computers before. This How-To Guide will explain how to choose quiet components and build your next Quiet Ultimate Gaming PC.

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ZOTAC Factory Tour in Dongguan

What does it take to build a video card or a motherboard? ZOTAC was kind enough to take us through their factory to show how it is done. Read along as we discover how everything is assembled and qualified through stress tests.

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Post Computex 2011 – Part 2

To wrap up Computex 2011, we went ahead and wrapped up some of the latest motherboards, video cards, tablets, and memory products from MSI, GIGABYTE, and Kingston.

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Post Computex 2011 – Part 1

Computex 2011 just finished and we are ready to show off some of the latest products coming out this year. In this article we’ll take a look at Thermaltake, Noctua, ZOTAC, Zalman and Silverstone.

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Nvidia 3D Vision for YouTube

NVIDIA 3D Vision for YouTube is finally here. Users can enjoy sharing their favorite family moments and stream 3D Movies straight from YouTube with Nvidia’s 3D Vision glasses.

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IDF 2010: Sandy Bridge Revealed

  This summer, at IDF 2010, Intel revealed the newest processor microarchitecture: Sandy Bridge. We take a look at this brand new technology, expected to be released in 2011.

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Kingston Meeting & Factory Tour

While there were quite a few Kingston products announced during Computex, we were lucky enough to attend a meeting with David Sun, co-founder of Kingston, as well as take a tour and show you how all of our every day used memory modules are made at the Kingston Hsinchu Factory.

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Zalman Booth @ Computex 2010

Zalman had some impressive new products to show off at Computex 2010 this year, including their new 3D Monitor, Laptop Cooler with external HDD enclosure, their new VGA cooler for ATI and nVidia based cards and a low-profile CPU cooler for HTPC systems.

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