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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3 days ago
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Want to enjoy Google’s ecosystem but don’t want to be on your phone or tablet? Then consider the HP Chromebox G2. This compact desktop computer can serve as your main system or as an HTPC, with optional VESA mounting, putting your SmartTV to better use than for just watching Hulu and Netflix. It’s available in multiple configurations, ranging from a...
1 week ago
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Samsung has announced the Galaxy Tab S4, a 10.5" tablet designed for multitasking, whether you're at home, the office, or on the go. Available in black or gray,...
2 weeks ago
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These days, many classrooms have replaced traditional pen and paper with laptops. Assignments that used to be submitted on loose-leaf paper in barely legible handwriting are now prim and proper, without any spelling errors, thanks to spell check. Instead of binders and folders, we now use portable storage solutions to organize our files. It’s important that you have a copy of your files, whether...
1 month ago
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Huawei, widely known for smartphones, is also a big player in consumer tech, business products, solutions, and services, and continues to expand every day. While we’re no strangers to the company’s line of MateBooks and MediaPads, Huawei has taken a strong approach with the MateBook X Pro, offering a revised design, enhanced performance, and lightweight portability. Currently, the MateBook X Pro...
1 month ago
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Whether you’re playing games on a PC, console, or mobile device, there’s one thing that all gamers need: The Internet. Without it, you won’t be able to play online with your friends or even download that 50GB day-one patch you need to play a single-player game. However, just having Internet isn’t enough, because when lag spikes, packet loss, and disconnects hit, you’ll probably be glaring at your...
2 months ago
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Computex, a yearly event held in Taipei, Taiwan, for new hardware, innovations, and technologies, is officially over. Throughout its five days, there were thousands of visitors and hundreds of products on display for everyone to see. Major players in the game such as Intel, AMD, ASUS, and Microsoft were sure to be there, as well as some we didn't expect. While we would love to cover as much as...
2 months ago
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Created for CAD designers, photo editors, and others tackling creative or color-sensitive work, HP’s Z-series displays are built to deliver. Now available in 42.5, 31.5, and...
3 months ago
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Gaming has been on a roll lately, with big numbers in titles, such as Fortnite and PUBG (PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS). So if you’re looking to win yourself a chicken dinner, check out the 15.6" ASUS TUF Gaming FX504GE notebook, a B&H exclusive system designed for gamers. It’s packed with...
3 months ago
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Shortly after the release of the 860 EVO and PRO series SSDs, Samsung is back at it again, this time with its updated 970 series. Both EVO and...
4 months ago
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Ballistix by Micron is proud to announce its Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB line of DDR4 RAM. Available in speeds of up to 3000 MHz, these 288-pin modules each feature 16 RGB LEDs in eight zones for you to customize. Spec-wise, they operate at 1.2V for 2666 MHz modules...
5 months ago
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Running a retail business is no easy task. There’s plenty to do and too many things to worry about—especially security. With the convenience of mobile payments and paperless billing, more and more businesses have opted for tablets as their primary medium. Aside from a point-of-sales role,...
5 months ago
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Laptop designs haven’t changed much from their start; however, with 2-in-1 laptop/tablet hybrid systems, your rectangle, while still the same, can now do a little bit more. There are two types of 2-in-1s: the detachable, which has a removable keyboard, and the convertible that has a screen, which folds up to 360 degress (on select models). Depending on your needs, one might be a better fit, but...
5 months ago
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In the blink of an eye, a year has passed, tech has improved, and manufacturers are eager to upgrade their products with the latest and greatest they can offer. Based on last year’s Notebook 9, Samsung is back at it again with updated 13.3 and 15" models for a boost in overall system performance....
6 months ago
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Do you have any dated desktops or laptops lying around that you haven’t used in a few years? Do you remember how quick and responsive they used to be when you first got them? Now it takes an hour to boot up and opening a new tab feels like you just asked it, “What do you want to eat for dinner?” It may be frustrating and mainly why we replaced them in the first place, but don’t fret, because you...
6 months ago
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Have you ever seen or experienced something that left you feeling oddly satisfied? How about when you’re pumping gas and the digits fall perfectly into place for a whole number? Or when you walk into the grocery store and all the products are lined up perfectly and even arranged by color? And when you finish that last slice of pizza so there’s nothing to clean up? OK, that last bit may be a...
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