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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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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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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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When is a door not a door? When it’s ajar. When is a tablet not a tablet? Never. A tablet is always a tablet, whether it’s a tablet that doubles as a phone (a phablet) or a tablet that doubles as a laptop (a hybrid, or 2-in-1). With so many tablets, and so many choices out there, how does a company differentiate its product? If you’re Samsung, the smart route is to reinvent the lineup you have,...
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Experience the variety of ways you can immerse yourself in the ASUS PT2002-C1. Use it as a traditional all-in-one desktop computer or carry it around the house as a large tablet. Its 19.5" display features 1600 x 900 native resolution and supports the multi-touch gestures found in Windows 8.1. It also has a built-in four-cell battery so you can go completely mobile. The video will go into more...
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Reliable storage solutions for video and audio production are sometimes difficult to narrow down. There are hundreds of options available, and it can be a bit overwhelming to navigate through all the online chatter on what best suits a user’s needs. Akitio has been an affordable option that addresses the high-performance requirements for both the desktop editor and a mobile film crew....
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Traveling photographers are always looking for the perfect portable device, not only to upload their photos, but to edit them, as well. Many factors come into play, including dimensions (screen and device), weight, battery life, and more. Sleep is lost as one wrestles with the purchasing decision. Should a laptop be packed? No, it’s too big to nestle into a camera bag. It will fit in a carry-on....
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Before I even begin, you should have full disclosure: I have always wanted a Surface tablet. Billed as the tablet that can replace your laptop, the Surface Pro 3 (and the Surface 2 before it) is one of the few technological gadgets I had been missing in my life. But instead of saving up to buy one, I wasted my money...
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A lot of consumers take scanning for granted. Most believe that the scanner on their all-in-one printer can handle anything, and a lot of them can handle a great many diverse tasks. But real document imaging comes in many diverse forms, and sometimes requires specialized equipment. Are you scanning files? Books? Photos? One scanner does not rule them all. Fujitsu has been in the scanning business...
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When is a tablet not a tablet? When it defies the stereotype and becomes a full-performance laptop? When it crosses the technological boundaries of an entertainment device and performs functions usually relegated to a more dedicated device? When you mark the day that you used it to watch a movie on the train, create a PowerPoint presentation at work, and watch your favorite television show at...
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Looking for a new laptop? Everyone wants to know what’s hot and what’s not in the laptop world—whole websites are dedicated to it—but the laptop you choose is dependent on what you use it for. We’ve said it time and again: what do you currently do with your laptop? What do you want to do with your laptop? How much do you want to spend? Manufacturers like Lenovo not only do a great job helping you...
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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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