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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Whether it’s your laptop, DSLR camera, or smartphone, omnicharge has two compact power banks to meet the needs of your power-hungry devices while on the go. The Omni 20 provides real-time power management capabilities. Smart and versatile, it can detect your connected device and...
1 week ago
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Whether you’re a casual player or a hardcore gamer, playing your favorite games on a high-res display is a thoroughly enjoyable experience. To get the most out of your games, you’ll not only need a decent gaming build, but also a monitor that complements your graphics card to reduce screen tearing, ghosting, and motion blur. Before you decide which display to get, here are a few things you should...
2 weeks ago
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At E3 2017, Microsoft finally unveiled the highly-anticipated Xbox One X (formerly known as Project Scorpio). With 40% more power than any other console, the Xbox One X takes the title as the most powerful gaming console. With 6 Teraflops of graphical power and 12GB of GDDR5 VRAM, the Xbox One X...
3 weeks ago
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Clocking in at more than two hours, the Apple WWDC 2017 keynote may have been quite long, but that’s because Apple introduced a ton of software and hardware updates. Read on to see exactly what Apple unveiled. macOS High Sierra Delivering new storage, video, and graphics technologies, macOS High Sierra offers new and innovative changes to the...
1 month ago
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Virtual reality is all about being transported to another world. Whether you’re flying through space or running from zombies in a dystopian society, your experience can be ruined when you walk too far and have the power cord yank the headset (and your head) back. The ZOTAC VR GO...
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Leave your piles of paper and heavy books at home, and bring the Sony DPT-RP1 Digital Paper System instead. A successor to the 1st-Gen DPT-S1, the 2nd-Gen DPT-RP1 features the same 13.3" glare-free e-ink display, but it bumps the resolution from 1600 x 1200 up to 2200 x 1650. The higher resolution...
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It’s been two years since the release of the Surface Pro 4. Unveiled in Shanghai, China, Microsoft finally rewarded patient consumers with a successor. Dropping the numeric model number in favor of a simple naming convention, the Microsoft Surface Pro (2017) features 7th-Gen Kaby Lake™ Intel® Core™ performance, as well...
1 month ago
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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. Samsung Notebook 9 The...
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Traveling from the NAB Show in Las Vegas, the Thunderbolt™ 3 AirStream Trailer will make its way across the country and park in front of the B&H Photo SuperStore, on May 7, 2017. Starting at 10:00 A.M., join B&H to learn more about Thunderbolt 3 and the products that utilize it. Test your Thunderbolt 3 knowledge by playing a game inside the unique AirStream trailer. Check out Thunderbolt...
1 month ago
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Social media is a great way to keep in touch with friends and family. It’s also a great for networking with new coworkers and people you’ve just met. However, you should always control who can see your profile and what you post. We’ll go over how you can improve your privacy on three of the most popular social media platforms. Facebook Facebook’s privacy settings can be a bit confusing....
2 months ago
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Microsoft made it no secret that it wanted Windows 10 to give you a personalized experience. The company wanted you to get your local weather forecast without keying in your zip code, or have Cortana send an email or text on your behalf via voice input. Unfortunately, this means that Microsoft must collect a great deal of data on how you use your computer. If you’re uncomfortable with that, here...
2 months ago
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There are many reasons you may want to clear your browsing history, not all of which are X-rated (reminder: this is a family-friendly website). Maybe your browser keeps bringing up the URLs of old websites you no longer visit (sorry, MySpace). Or maybe your browser keeps auto-filling your old address instead of your current one into the shipping-address section. Sometimes, it’s good to start from...
3 months ago
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The most popular form factor of the iPad has received an upgrade from Apple. The 9.7" iPad now features an Apple A9 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, which delivers fast processing and graphics performance for apps and games. The A9 chip is not only powerful, but also energy...
3 months ago
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When someone mentions gaming, the first things you probably think of are the Xbox One, the PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch. However, you’re not limited to those gaming consoles. Sure, if you want the latest games and are invested in gaming, those are the devices to get, but what if you’re just a casual gamer or already heavily invested in PC gaming? Here are some alternatives. NES Classic...
3 months ago
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Driving, in real life, can be quite mundane. Traffic jams, speed limits, and the police can severely hamper your need for speed. Oh, and the whole “driving responsibly” thing. Also, you’re limited to driving just your own car. So, unless you have a Ferrari 458 Italia or Koenigsegg Regera in your garage, you’ll have to make do with your Honda Civic. Fortunately, there’s a way to experience driving...

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