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Instead of using 3D modeling software, you can freehand your 3D print with the 3Doodler 2.0 3D Printing Pen. With two operating modes and adjustable temperature control, you can freehand structure creation, draw on paper and peel it off, and do plastic-on-plastic work. Use either ABS...
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Take your PC gaming to new dimensions with the HP Omen. The 15.6" Radiance Full HD Infinity LED-backlit IPS display features a 16:9 aspect ratio and 1920 x 1080 native resolution. To play games in 1080p, you'll need to take advantage of the dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M graphics card with 2GB of GDDR5 discrete memory. The GPU...
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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...
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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. Reserving your copy is fairly straightforward. The "Get Windows 10" app will push a...
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Unlike their bigger brothers—the brutish but more immobile gaming PCs—gaming laptops sacrifice a certain degree of power and customization in exchange for portability. Choosing the right one can be a difficult task. That sacrifice of power doesn't necessarily mean a huge downgrade in performance, but foregoing the ability to upgrade or customize your device easily does mean you'll be partnered...
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Catch, Capture, Captivate. Sony’s new lineup of memory cards is made for creative professionals who need top speed and large capacities in their storage solutions. These cards are ideal for photography, videography, mobile devices, and more. Click on card images below for product page. 
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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...
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Less than a year ago, we reviewed what, arguably, was the best router we’ve seen in a while—the ASUS RT-AC87U. Guess what? We still stand by the review, and...
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Building your own computer can be an overwhelming process, but it is also a very exciting one. Brand names like Alienware and VoodooPC can build you a quality rig, but you will pay a hefty premium for them. Though it may be easier to pay someone else to do it for you, there is something inherently awesome about booting up a computer that you put together yourself. Still, with the ridiculous...
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When you’re in the market for a processor, there is a list of things you should be considering. Traditionally, pretty much the only thing most consumers look at is its total Gigahertz power. Many of those people probably don’t even know what it means (it’s the number of clock cycles—effectively, calculations—a processor completes in one second, in billions; referred to as a system’s clock speed...
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Eliminate the thick bezel with the Dell XPS 13 Infinity Display Ultrabook. The XPS 13 features an innovative design with a three-sided, virtually borderless Infinity Display. With a miniscule 5.2mm border, the slim bezel comprises less than 2% of the total...
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I have attended E3 for more than twenty years (the last five notwithstanding) in my work as a games journalist. I’ve been at it so long, that I remember when E3 was just an offshoot of WCES—and to age myself even further, that’s when CES was split between shows in Chicago (ECES) and Las Vegas (WCES). Yikes. In those years, I’ve seen E3 evolve from a media meet-and-greet for games writers into a...
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The latest release of Adobe Creative Cloud provides a creative platform that allows professionals to work seamlessly across desktop and mobile devices. A connected assets-based workflow, a vibrant and growing marketplace, and community features are also built into Creative Cloud. At the heart...
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When you bring up a discussion about servers and server environments at hip cocktail parties, you’ll find that many guests vacate the room—and that the only ones left are IT people who got invited through a friend of a friend. But that’s not fair, because if more people stayed and...
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With the ever-growing security needs of today’s technologically driven society, one area in which workgroups and businesses can start to protect themselves is with secure identification systems, and one area where B&H can help is by supplying users with the appropriate ID card printer for their...
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