Computers

Memory cards—like memories—come and go all the time. Most people who shop for memory cards do so for storage, but there are many other reasons to buy a memory card. Here’s a short profile of some memory card shoppers, some recommendations, and even some tips on how to shop smart.
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Transcend verb tran•scend \tran(t)-ˈsend\ : to rise above or go beyond the normal limits of (something) When you look to industry leaders for certain products, you always seek out those that are familiar, such as ASUS or Lenovo, those that have proven themselves, such as Microsoft or Apple, and those that have gone beyond their original purpose and developed products that change the way you...
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When it comes to travel-ready peripherals, it's no secret that some trade-offs are necessary in order to balance functionality with portability. The Swiftpoint GT Gesture Mouse aims to be the exception to that rule, and the KickStarter-funded travel mouse packs a variety of technologies into a clever...
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Like welcome warmth after a bitterly cold winter, Apple’s “spring forward” event brought good news for Apple fans. Today the company announced two new additions to its laptop lineup—The new MacBook and the updated MacBook Pro with Retina Display. The new MacBook is lighter and thinner than its predecessor, and includes a new Force Touch trackpad, whereas the MacBook Air now features updated fifth...
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USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt peripherals may seem like a dream come true for most people—the transfer speeds of 4.8 Gb/s for USB 3.0 and 10 Gb/s for Thunderbolt, and now 20 Gb/s for Thunderbolt 2 mean that transferring and moving data across multiple devices is up to ten times faster than it used to be. When downloading movies, music or photos—or transferring those items to another digital locker—new...
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In our modern digital age, high-capacity file storage is becoming increasingly important. Not only are large businesses faced with storing larger and rapidly growing amounts of data, but many home users, such as photographers and filmmakers, are being faced with the challenges of storing and archiving RAW files, scanned negatives, HD / 2K / 4K video, audio workflows, and more. To this end, WD is...
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This B&H video features Seagate NAS Multi-Bay storage solutions, ranging in capacity from 2TB all the way up to 24TB, to address a variety of data-storage needs. Each NAS Pro Server features a 1.7 GHz processor, along with 2GB of RAM, and can support up to 50 users simultaneously. With NAS, OS 4 software setup and configuration is easy, while two Gigabit LAN ports provide redundant network...
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In the following video, Larry Becker, of KelbyOne Media, provides an overview of the F2D Mighty 7-in-1 Film to Digital Converter from Wolverine. This video covers the device’s numerous compatible film formats, such as 35mm negatives and slides, 110, and 127 film, as well as 8mm and...
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Eizo, the monitor maker from Japan, was prominent at the CP Plus 2015 Expo, with a booth featuring a wall of ColorEdge monitors displaying sets of images from photographers’ works. The works often were of images toned black and white, or all one color palette across multiple images, showing off the monitors’ ability to match color perfectly from one monitor to the next. A lecture stage and...
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There are many important factors that one should consider when purchasing additional storage for their computer, such as OS compatibility, whether they need network attached storage, the manufacturer and type of drive being purchased, and more. However, three of the most important things that anyone should consider when...
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Whether you're a still photographer or videographer, with file-based image capture there's no getting around the rate at which media piles up. This creates a particular challenge in the field where notoriously sensitive hard drives aren't well suited. In this segment from the show floor of Imaging USB, KelbyOne Media's Larry Becker introduces us to the latest G-DRIVE from G-Technology,...
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I hate running out of space. I hate it when packing up my seasonal decorations, I hate it when trying to find a box for my current year’s tax paperwork, I hate it when packing the car when grocery shopping. I hate running out of space, and I run out of space quite often. Yes, you’re right: I could just have less stuff. I could cut down on my clutter and throw out some old stuff and probably set...
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When you think of power players in the graphics-card markets, two manufacturers come to mind, and NVIDIA is certainly at the forefront. The recent NVIDIA Maxwell-based GTX 900 series—the GTX 970 and 980 used a smaller die, almost 30% smaller than previous models, and fewer transistors—still boosted the speed over its...
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Microsoft announced Windows 10 last year, and then held another press event on January 21, 2015 to go into more detail about the upcoming successor to the much-maligned Windows 8. With new features, the return of the Start Menu, Xbox One integration, and even future holographic technology, Microsoft is looking to deliver Windows 10 as not just an operating system, but as a service. Did we mention...
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HP took on the daunting role a few years back of recreating its line of Z series desktops and mobile workstations to fit a very specific need—workstations that could handle the power and performance requirements of the creative professional. As the needs of 3D artists, CAD students, and digital engineers became more tech dependent, HP upped its game by introducing a line that used heavy-duty...
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