HP Omen 15.6" Gaming Notebook Computer: Take Gaming to New Dimensions

The Numbers on Your Memory Card Explained

Memory cards are as ubiquitous as memory itself—almost every mobile device you own has some type of built-in storage, from cameras to iPods to tablets, and almost every device has a slot for adding additional storage space. Storage on a device can range from a couple of gigabytes of memory to dozens of gigabytes. You’ll soon find, though, that it’s never enough.

Don't Forget to Reserve Windows 10

If you have a Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 PC, you probably already got the notification from Microsoft urging you to reserve your copy of Windows 10. With July 29th almost here, you should reserve your copy to ensure you get access to Windows 10 as soon as possible. Here are the simple steps to reserving your copy.


Workstations: More Power for your Creative Projects

In this B&H article, Cris Silvestri discusses workstations and why a high-end workstation can be advantageous to the workflow of creative types.

Essential Gaming Laptops of 2015

Unlike their bigger brother—the brutish but more immobile gaming PC—gaming laptops sacrifice a certain degree of power and customization in exchange for portability. Choosing the right one can be a difficult process. That sacrifice of power doesn't necessarily mean a huge downgrade in performance, but foregoing the ability to easily upgrade or customize your device does mean you'll be partnered with your new gaming rig, as is, for the foreseeable future—unless, of course, you've got money to burn or are particularly handy with a soldering iron.  

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First-Look: The Datacolor Spyder5Pro

This video gives you a look at the Datacolor Spyder5, which comes in three different versions: the Express, Pro, and Elite. Each version features the same hardware, the differentiating factor being the bundled software, which adds features incrementally in each step-up version. The Spyder5 is compatible with both laptop and desktop computers, to calibrate all of your screens.

ASUS VivoPC: This Mini is No Mouse

Silvestri writes again, with a review of the ASUS VivoPC mini desktop computers, in this B&H article.

Portable Gaming: Power in the Palm of Your Hand

When I was a kid, before kids were invented, I had limited choices for portable gaming. I owned (and cherished) my Mattel Football handheld game, which was just a series of red dashes against a painted-on top-down football field on a hunk of plastic that weighed about a pound. Each time a play happened, there were a series of electronic squawks and squeaks that sounded like robot chipmunks arguing, and to tell the truth—the game was hard.

Everything You Need to Build Your Own Gaming Rig (for Less Than $1500)

This B&H article tells you how to build your own gaming PC, and outlines all the components you will need.


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