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Choosing the perfect PC gaming accessories

So, you’ve upgraded to a new motherboard, switched out your rig’s PC components and downloaded the latest video games, and now you’re ready to get your game on, right? Wrong. Before you embark on a fantastic quest against legions of demonic foes or take to the battlefields of the future, you’ll need to kit yourself […]

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LG EA93 UltraWide monitor is like two screens in one (and a multi-tasker’s dream)

The flagship product of LG’s line of 2013 monitors is the 29-inch LG EA93 UltraWide monitor, a widescreen HD monitor with some user-convenience features that will make it easier to utilize all that screen size when you’re not watching movies. Screen real estate The LG EA93 UltraWide’s name is fitting—the screen stretches 29 inches diagonally, […]

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LG EA83 ColorPrime Monitor provides advanced image quality and color accuracy for videophiles and professionals

For creators of digital content, the monitor is as much a tool of the trade as the CPU, graphics card or keyboard. Inaccurate color can hinder filmmakers, photographers and designers, so LG developed its EA83 ColorPrime specifically tailored to provide top-of-the-line, highly accurate picture quality. Color accuracy The EA83 offers Wide Quad High Definition resolution […]

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LG’s ET83 monitor brings touch computing to the desktop

Embracing the multi-screen universe, Microsoft’s Windows 8 blurs the line between desktop computing and mobile user experiences. LG Electronics developed a monitor designed specifically with this operating system in mind, allowing the OS to shine and complementing its mobile look with an intuitive plug-and-play monitor that supports not only multi-touch, but high-quality color reproduction and […]

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Computex Taipei 2013 wrap up

Computex Taipei 2013 wrapped up last week with dozens of the world’s leading hardware manufacturers showing off their latest products, and some have made quite a stir with their new CPU technology, laptops and other gadgets. Here’s a round of some of the hottest products from the Computex show: Chips Both Intel and AMD launched […]

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Overclocking your PC

When it comes to computing, sometimes you need a little more power. Whether you’re trying to increase the frame rate of the latest video games or push your processor to the limit, overclocking is a great way to wring every last drop out of your existing hardware. Some users are deterred from trying their hand […]

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Spring clean your PC

As winter relinquishes its icy grasp on much of the country, people across the nation are looking forward to the warmer weather of spring. As well as being a great time to enjoy the great outdoors with family and friends, spring is also an ideal opportunity to do some much-needed spring cleaning – both of […]

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Voyager Air: the high-performance media hub for your mobile life

Digital media, including videos, music, and photos, is everywhere. Storing all this media on your PC or Mac is no problem, but what about tablets and smartphones?  Many people have more media than their mobile devices can hold. Corsair designed Voyager Air to be the perfect storage device for this new, mobile world. Voyager Air […]

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Sizing up high-end graphics cards

If you’re serious about gaming, you’ll want to invest in a dedicated high-end graphics card. These powerful devices enable you to push your computer to its limit and handle the realistic graphics that make today’s games so compelling. But which one is right for you? Before you hand over your hard-earned cash, consider what’s important […]

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Will desktops eventually become obsolete?

Technology changes quickly – today’s popular devices may be obsolete in only two years. Manufacturers debut new hardware every year that threatens to replace the previous generations. Recently, it’s become apparent that the desktop PCs may eventually be replaced by mobile computing options like laptops and tablets. According to the Pew Internet & American Life […]

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