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Do you feel the need—the need for speed? Perhaps backups are more important, or even simply having plenty of storage space. RAID is good for so many things, along with it being absurdly customizable—you can tune your setup to perfectly match your needs. You can also just go overboard, which is what we did when we picked out the drives and arrays in this article. We also made sure to throw in some...
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If you’re looking to access your external hard drive without having to deal with the archaic method of lugging it around your home and plugging it into every device with which you need to use it, there are two simple solutions on how to share your external hard drive via your Wi-Fi network. For the first solution, you’ll need to check your router. Most modern routers have a USB port into which...
by John-Paul Palescandolo and Patrick Chiang
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Our increasing appetite for improvement has been a driving factor in everything we make and do, and video games are a great example. At the start, characters were blocky, environments were… lacking, to say the least, but that didn't stop us from enjoying what we had. As games have slowly improved, the space needed to store all the textures, shaders, audio files, and everything else has increased...
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We’ve gotten to a point in our history where solid, stable Internet connections are not only demanded, but expected. If you think that’s not true, try turning your phone off or unplugging your computer or laptop for a couple of days. As we’ve become more reliant on the Internet, we’ve become far more selective about our home networking systems. When B&H first...
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While working from home or on the road, have you ever looked at your computer or bag o’ gear and thought to yourself, “I wish I had more wired peripherals and cords to create even more of a tangled mess?” Neither have I. In fact, aside from endeavoring to keep a neat and tidy workspace and a well-organized travel bag, I’m always looking for ways to reduce clutter further and travel more...
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As laptops and desktops continue to get slimmer and smaller, it’s becoming harder to find systems that include an optical drive. Although CDs and DVDs might seem like relics of the past that should be ditched for easy portability, there are still some industries and retro consumers that rely on this circlet storage solution. If you find yourself needing access to old files but don’t want to miss...
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Ever run out of storage space and start wondering if it would be possible to take a crowbar to your new unibody MacBook Pro to pry it open and put another hard drive in? Neither do I. However, it is frustrating that you have to sacrifice storage space because you spent the extra money to get a solid-state drive instead of the cheaper hard disk drive. So you figured, “Fine, I’ll just get an...
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We keep our cameras and lenses cushioned and protected, so it only makes sense that we take equal, if not more, care of our data. These days, the rugged hard drive market is booming, with new releases and new functionality arriving all the time. Many of these drives are designed to take a beating, making them perfect for travel and some more trying adventures. Here are five solid drives we...
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For many students, a dorm room is their first true home away from home, a place to thrive, to feel safe and comfortable, to chart out a path all their own. Unfortunately, many dorms don’t reflect all that positivity and potential at the onset, instead resembling something between a camp bunk and a barracks. So, to help take your dorm from jail cell to sanctuary, we’ve put together a list of...
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After the camera, a photographer’s next closest friend should definitely be a hard drive. Think about it. For the modern digital photographer, hard drives are the new albums full of negatives. They hold all your work and, if backups are being performed regularly, they keep your images safe and sound for many years, letting you pull up archived images quickly with speedy searches, as opposed to...
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Let’s face it—kids nowadays get most of their work done on computers. From term papers to digital art projects, young students need a safe and reliable way to take their work with them from the classroom to home and vice versa. These small tech accessories are not only essential for daily workloads, but they can also provide other benefits, like housing your child’s computerized hobbies,...
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Designed for professional photographers and videographers, Delkin Devices' Premium XQD Memory Card is made to excel in high-end cinematic hosts, including models from Nikon and Sony. Offered in storage capacities of 64GB, 120GB, and 240GB, these cards are equipped with a PCIe...
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Head back to school on the cloud! Well not literally, but you can use the cloud to take your important documents, photos, music, and other files with you virtually anywhere you go. The cloud goes where you go as long as you have an Internet connection, which is of little concern in the connected world in which we live. Cloud services such as Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and iCloud, can be...
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With the official NFL season just around the corner, play as your favorite NFL team with updated rosters and improved gaming mechanics, in Madden NFL 19. Get the authentic NFL experience with Real Player Motion, which provides realistic character movements and smooth animations. There...
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During NVIDIA's Gamescom 2018 press conference, the company officially revealed its next-gen graphics cards, the GeForce RTX Series. Based on the new NVIDIA Turing architecture and NVIDIA RTX platform, the RTX Series will fuse next-gen shaders with real-time ray tracing and new AI capabilities for an immersive gaming experience. Arguably the biggest generational leap ever in gaming GPUs, Turing...
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