Multi-Monitors: Maximizing Multitasking

Whether you’re trading stocks, playing games, or using the computer for everyday tasks, you must have felt the constraints of having only one monitor. There’s nothing wrong with using only one, and you’ve probably earned a degree in “alt-tabbing” by now, but once you get more, there’s no going back. With additional monitors, the gate to more efficient multitasking opens and that’s something we’re all doing more of nowadays, so why not make life easier? If you’re planning to set up your own, here are a few pointers to help you along the way.

Five Alternative Uses for a Mini PC and How to Build One in Minutes

Everyone knows by now that the PC desktop market is on shakier ground than central California. For years, advances in tablets and mobile computing have taken a bite out of the traditional tower-based market. True, PC gaming is sustaining the need for big, powerful, large-footprint machines, but laptops, smartphones and even (to some extent) personal smart home devices like Amazon Echo are making the need for a large computer harder and harder to justify.

3 Portable and Powerful Laptops for 2017

Finding the perfect balance between portability, performance, and battery life can be a tricky thing, when it comes to laptops. We’ve picked three different laptops, each with its own unique features, that may provide the balance that might be just right for you. See below for more details.

Visually Appealing Monitors and TVs for Gaming

Gamers! Want to find out about the best high-res monitors and TVs to enhance your gaming? Read about them here at B&H Explora.

Dell 13.3" XPS 13 9360: Performance and Portability in a Small Form Factor

If you’re peripatetic and require a light and durable notebook that can not only keep up with you, but lets you remain efficient, look no further than Dell’s 13.3" XPS 13 9360 Multi-Touch Notebook. At just 0.6" thin, weighing 2.9 lb, and powered by a 60Wh battery, it offers modern connectivity, such as 40 Gb/s Thunderbolt 3, 10 Gb/s USB 3.1 Type-C, 5 Gb/s USB 3.0 Type-A, and DisplayPort 1.2.

The Dell 15.6" XPS 15 9550 Multi-Touch Notebook and Post-Production

There are three stages to the film-making process: pre-production, production, and post-production. Pre-production involves work done on a film or broadcast program before full-scale production begins, and production is the act of shooting a project on film or digital media. Post-production refers to work done on a film or television show after shooting (production) has taken place, and is a general term for all the work that occurs after production ends.

Top 10 Wish List Items of 2016

Dear Gift Givers: What are this year’s most wanted items for the holidays? We looked at your $1,000 giveaway wish list shares and compiled the following list.

The 7 Best Laptops of 2016 by Usage

It seems as though, every year, we make a pitch for what we think the seven best laptops of the year are—but every year, it gets harder and harder to write an article like this. Why? The answer is a definitive, “I have no idea.” First of all, the laptop industry has taken its fair share of lumps recently, and like younger siblings who can’t help showing off, tablets are more portable and far more powerful than they used to be.

Dell IPS Computer Monitors: More Screens, Fewer Problems

Dell XPS 13 Infinity Display Ultrabook™: Full HD or QHD+ Borderless Display



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