Patrick Chiang

Patrick Chiang

Patrick Chiang is a passionate gamer and tech enthusiast who writes about computers and gaming at B&H. When he’s not keeping up with the latest tech and crushing the competition online, he enjoys trying new foods, going on random adventures, and skating.

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G-Tech’s G-Drive mobile USB 3.0 Hard Drives comprise portable storage solutions designed to keep up with users who are constantly working on the go, such as photographers and videographers. Thanks to their compact design, the G-Drives can easily fit into your bag or laptop sleeve, and...
1 week ago
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So, you just started playing competitive online games on the PC, yet you keep getting “rekt” in every match. Sound familiar? Well, aside from your lack of experience and skill, it might be because the veterans have a few tricks or two up their sleeves. Now, before you start getting salty and accuse people of cheating, you too can wield this mighty power—at a price, of course. Here to assist you...
3 weeks ago
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Gift-giving season is around the corner and with big savings coming your way, maybe it’s time to get that notebook you (or your friend or family member) have always wanted. While it’s hard to pick out the “best,” why don’t you scroll through our suggestions to see if any of these are a good fit for you? The Appealing Apple If you’re already invested in the Apple ecosystem or thinking about...
1 month ago
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Recently, a new wireless vulnerability known as KRACK has been the talk of the town, and its affects are far-reaching. Without getting too technical, KRACK (Key Reinstallation AttaCK) allows attackers to access data stored on the devices you have connected to your Wi-Fi network, which means everything with Wi-Fi connectivity is potentially vulnerable. Yes, that includes your smartphone, TV,...
1 month ago
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With more and more USB Type-C devices on the market, it’s no surprise that even computer monitors are adapting to the change. LG has released two models with such connectivity: a 27" 5K display and a...
2 months ago
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Google is proud to announce the newest addition to its hardware lineup, the Pixelbook, Google’s own take on its beloved Chromebook. Featuring an Intel® Core™ processor, an expansive 12.3" 2400 x 1600 multi-touch display, and an adaptive 2-in-1 design, the Pixelbook is built for work and play. It’s also the first Chromebook with Google Assistant built in, so you can press its dedicated hotkey or...
3 months ago
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When buying a desktop computer, how much thought do you put into its storage capacity? How much do you think you can store, and how long can get by with just a 1TB hard drive? At first, it always seems plenty, but once we start saving photos, videos, movies, games, and more, we find ourselves in a predicament. There’s still so much Internet and life we want to download and keep, but that red bar...
4 months ago
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As one of the largest manufacturers of displays for TVs and smartphones, Samsung isn’t hesitating to make a name for itself in the gaming community. Available in 24 and 27" variants...
4 months ago
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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...
5 months ago
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Following the release of the new iPad Pro (10.5 and 12.9"), manufacturers are speeding up production for cases, screen protectors, and other accessories to help complete your tablet...
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The Lenovo Tab 4, available in 8" and 10.1" models, are thin and light tablets designed to provide you and your family with a great multimedia experience. Thanks to the 1280 x 800 IPS...
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The ASUS Republic of Gamers Zephyrus GX501VI notebook is one of the first “Max-Q” design computers. It’s powered by a 2.8 GHz Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ quad-core processor, 16GB of 2400 MHz DDR4 RAM, a 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card with 8GB of...
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For the first time, the public was granted access to E3 and thousands of fans flooded the show floor, eager to check out new and upcoming games. This year, there was a heavy focus on 4K gaming, which requires more powerful hardware. The Xbox One X, formally known as “Project Scorpio,” finally made its...
6 months ago
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Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), is a yearly video-game conference at which console makers, game developers, and fans come together to share their love for gaming. Industry leaders like Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo hope to wow the crowd with new hardware, packing more graphical processing power than before, as well as new IPs that’ll attract new and old players alike. This year started off...
6 months ago
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Computex 2017 has officially ended, and we’ve seen a ton of new and exciting products that we’re eager to get our hands on. As expected, Intel® announced its X299 platform with Core X-Series™ processors and AMD, the X399 platform, and Ryzen 9 Threadripper processors. Major system, hardware, and components manufacturers also revealed new graphics cards, motherboards, cases, peripherals, monitors,...

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