William Min

William Min

William Min is a writer for computers and gaming at B&H. An avid fan of technology, Min uses just about everything, from Mac to Windows, iOS to Android, and more. When he’s not staring at a computer screen, Min enjoys real life by playing basketball, going on road trips, and attending New York Giants games.

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Apple has updated its MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models to incorporate 8th Gen Intel Core processors, True Tone technology, and the Apple T2 chip. The 15.4" models now feature 8th Gen Intel Core i7 six-core processors, which are up to 70 percent faster than 2017 predecessors, while the 13.3...
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Microsoft announced the Surface Go, a 10" mobile device that combines laptop performance with tablet portability. Designed to handle your daily tasks while you're on the move, the Surface Go weighs just 1.15 pounds and has a fan-less design. It can also have up to nine hours of battery life on a single charge....
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What do smartphones, laptops, smartwatches, gaming consoles, and other portable devices have in common? They all require power. While simply plugging each device into a power outlet is always an option, there are different ways to charge your mobile devices. Let’s look at two popular standards: USB Power Delivery and Qi wireless charging. The USB Power Delivery Specification is a single charging...
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While we were walking through the Sony booth, we were pulled into the FIFA 19 demo. Playing on PS4 and DualShock wireless controllers, we decided to team up against the AI since we were novice players. Jumping into a 10-minute match, we immediately noticed how tight the controls felt. Going for slide tackles quickly became one of our favorite things to do in the demo, but we became overzealous a...
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After getting to the South Hall of the LA Convention Center early in the morning, I played the new Pokémon game after a relatively short wait (it was way worse in the afternoon). When I reached the front of the line, I was instructed to approach a docked Nintendo Switch and a TV where a Nintendo staff member was waiting. She explained that I was going to be playing Let's Go, Pikachu! (the version...
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It was very clear how popular battle royale games have become, especially Fortnite. That game was everywhere on the show floor. You could play Fortnite at several different booths and on different devices. While Fortnite isn't a new game, it did become available for download on the Nintendo Switch during E3 2018. Epic Games had its own booth in the South Hall and the company went all-out. There...
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While I explored the show floor at E3 2018, it was refreshing to see different types of gamers. Male, female, young, old, and everyone in between, people came together to see the new and exciting games. As an avid gamer, I'm proud to see how gaming has transformed from a niche hobby into a mainstream activity. And while the games were the obvious focus, Microsoft provided an answer to an...
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Nintendo has been busy this E3 2018. While Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is its heavy hitter for the show, Mario Tennis Aces is another game that will be coming to your Nintendo Switch very soon. We had a chance to play the game, at E3 2018....
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It's no secret that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is one of the most popular games showcased at E3 2018. To play the demo, you had to reserve a play-time ticket prior to the gaming convention. Of course, we did our due diligence and got ours. We joined the non-competitive crowd and got a first look at the game....
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The Square Enix E3 Showcase 2018 was short and sweet. Clocking in at less than 40 minutes, the showcase was basically a video presentation with a look at the company's latest games. Shadow of the Tomb Raider Shadow of the Tomb Raider kicked things off. Lara Croft is even craftier than she was in the previous games. The gameplay demo Square Enix showed revealed that Lara has access to more stealth...
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Microsoft went all out for its Xbox E3 2018 Briefing, announcing an exhausting 50 games; 18 were console-launch exclusives and 15 were world premieres. With more than 6,000 people in attendance at the Microsoft Theater, and streaming to millions of viewers on Mixer, Twitch, YouTube, and more, the Xbox E3 Briefing got straight to the point by featuring trailer after trailer of all the games you...
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Electronic Arts (EA) kicked things off this weekend by holding a press conference on Saturday, June 9, showcasing some of its upcoming games. While there weren't any surprises, EA did make some interesting announcements. There was also a running theme of no loot boxes. Battlefield V Battlefield V was the first game up. While it was already announced at the end of May, EA and DICE provided more...
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The Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, is just days away, which means you should get ready for the onslaught of gorgeous cinematic trailers, lengthy gameplay demos, and a near limitless amount of gaming memes. Arguably the biggest gaming convention, E3 is where all the big brands, developers, and publishers come together to showcase new and upcoming video games. Some of those...
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Lighten the load of large amounts of paper in your backpack or briefcase with the Sony 10.3" DPT-CP1 Digital Paper. Weighing just 8.5 ounces, the DPT-CP1 is noticeably smaller and lighter than its big brother, the...
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In 2016, HTC made a name for itself in the virtual reality world with the original Vive Headset. The Vive headset was widely regarded as one of the flagship VR headsets, especially when it came to VR gaming. Now, two years later, HTC has made several improvements with the...
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