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In the following video, Mia McCormick takes a look at the PB287Q 28" 4K monitor from ASUS, and explains why it makes a great addition to the studio of any videographer or graphic artist working with high-resolution content. Using sample footage from the Blackmagic Production Camera 4K and... READ MORE

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Lexar has long been a friend to photographers and videographers, providing specialists and professionals with fast, reliable storage solutions. From Flash drives to memory cards to full-sized archival media, Lexar knows that nothing interrupts a good shoot like faulty media, and the company strives to set the bar high for all of their storage products. Lexar is now poised to deliver a series of... READ MORE
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With each new generation of Parallels Desktop software, we see a clear push for increased performance and ease of integration; two welcome considerations. With... READ MORE
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There are monitors, and then there are Monitors. When shopping for a monitor, most casual PC users look for the two P’s—price and pretty. People who use monitors on a more professional level look much farther—color calibration, Adobe RGB color space matching, flexible input options—and they’re willing to pay for the premium. Eizo makes a series of monitors aimed at the high-end world of video... READ MORE
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Why do we constantly stress that storage is always a premium? Is it that, without a proper storage solution, you can hamper your productivity because of your inability to work with large files? Maybe. Is it because without enough storage, you may find that you can lose valuable data that can never be recreated?... READ MORE
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Celebrating the decade-long run of their My Passport series, WD introduces the My Passport Ultra 10th Anniversary Edition. Available only for a limited time, the premium drive features a... READ MORE
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So, you’ve bought yourself a nice, shiny, brand-new MacBook Pro. Maybe you’ve sprung for the Retina display version. Maybe you even went for a MacBook Air, to keep things light. You take your new MacBook out for a spin, marveling at its compact style and light, airy design. You take a thousand pictures or videos of all the places to which you take your virtual Mac date, and then you start to... READ MORE
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When speaking about how quickly the world of technology changes, a few years might seem like a decade for anyone who doesn’t pay close attention. When the Thunderbolt interface first started arriving on Mac computer products in 2011, creative professionals such as I were excited and impressed by this new interface that could deliver 10 Gbps of data simultaneously across one input lane and one... READ MORE
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By Brian Klem |
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You would think that gamers are only worried about one thing—how their game looks. But for those of us so immersed in gaming that it has become an extension of ourselves, we know that gaming is a total package. You have to have the awesome graphics, the fastest speed and the most wicked sound. A game isn’t a game if you play it in a vacuum, it’s just movement—and for great gaming sound you need... READ MORE
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If you're in the market for a computer, but don't know if you want a laptop or a desktop computer, Lenovo may be able to help. Take a look below to see if the Lenovo line of notebook and desktop computers is right for you. First up is the Lenovo Miix 2. The Miix 2 is a cross between a tablet and a laptop. Featuring a multi-... READ MORE
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Streaming media players are a dime a dozen these days, and with good cause. Consumers are always looking for a way to cut back on the expensive cable TV packages that plague most middle-income families. Cord cutting is not a new concept – it’s been around in various forms and formats for years – but it has captured a lot of press lately, especially when surrounded by a nimbus of attention-... READ MORE
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CG247 CX241 The new line of ColorEdge monitors from Eizo offer enhanced color representation,... READ MORE
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While the release of Mac OS X Yosemite isn't expected until the fall, Apple decided to update their MacBook Pro with Retina Display line in advance. With faster 4th-gen Haswell Intel Core processors, double the memory in both entry-level configurations, and a lower starting price for the top-of-the-line 15-inch model, the MacBook Pro with Retina Display provides faster performance than its... READ MORE
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Gamers. Everyone knows one, many of us are one. Some of us game on our consoles, such as the Xbox One or PlayStation 4. Others game from their PCs, using hardcore configurations that push graphics limits and over-clock processors. But the one thing that all gamers require is awesome, crystal-clear graphics and spectacular colors. Console gamers get that from their TVs. PC gamers get it from... READ MORE
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Why do I like 2-in-1 computers? As a consumer of tech gadgets, I am rarely satisfied. When something is made small, thanks to advances in engineering and technology, I want it smaller. Forget the fact that most mobile smartphones are now incredibly powerful multi-core computing wonders―I want them smaller, I want them to perform faster, and I want them powerful enough to do everything. When they... READ MORE
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