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Most people don’t put a lot of thought into their computer or technology workstation furniture. After spending so much time, money, and energy researching and purchasing a laptop, tablet, or other equipment, where you sit when you finally make that purchase is about as important as what socks to wear with a $500 pair... READ MORE
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9 months ago
Buying Guide

While most photographers will concentrate on shooting the event they’ve been hired for, it can be beneficial to have a computer and other equipment on hand to back up your photos, squeeze in some editing and even make a quick slideshow that can be shown at the event.

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1 year ago
Hands-on Review

This holiday season, many people are out and about buying new Wi-Fi-enabled cameras, televisions, music players and more. Many more are buying laptops, tablets and desktop PCs, all with wired and wireless capabilities. Then these people are going home, unboxing their purchases, and waiting patiently for the wireless fairy to come down and connect everything.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

Whether it’s Gray Thursday, Black Friday, Cyber Monday or Begrudgingly-Back-to-Regular-Retail-Prices Tuesday, purchasing a computer can be quite daunting. Chances are, the notebook and desktop computers on sale are prebuilt and have limited flexibility when it comes to specs.

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2 years ago
Hands-on Review

Today’s students need a lot more than spiral-bound notebooks and pencils to make the grade. Everything revolves around computers and the Internet; and papers have to be created in a program and printed from a computer—pen and ink was the way your parents wrote for their classes.

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3 years ago
Hands-on Review

If local area networks (LANs) were like plumbing, then Ethernet cables would be the pipes and routers the valve switchers. But data bits have a huge advantage over fluids. They don't require conduits to flow through your home or office to still be useful. 

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3 years ago
Tips and Solutions

Just because you always copy all the pictures from your digital camera to your computer hard drive doesn’t mean they’re safe. Hard drives fail all the time, and along with them goes the collection of years of picture taking. It’s bad enough when you lose cherished family photos, and maybe worse when you take pictures for a living and lose profits along with the images.

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3 years ago