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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After months of rumors and speculations, Microsoft officially announced the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, a disc-free version of the Xbox One S. With 1TB of storage capacity, you'll have plenty of space to save your favorite games. One of the advantages digital games have over...
1 week ago
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For something that has “universal” in its name, USB naming conventions are anything but. From long names to standard changes, it can become increasingly difficult to figure out what all the letters and numbers mean. First, we’ll look at the number that follows USB, like USB 3.1 Gen 1, USB 3.0, and USB 2.0. That number refers to different maximum data-transfer speeds. Let’s start with the most...
4 weeks ago
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At the 2019 Game Developers Conference, in San Francisco, California, Google finally unveiled its highly-anticipated game-streaming service, called Stadia. Stadia is a new video-game platform that can deliver instant access to your favorite games on any type of screen, whether it's a TV, laptop, desktop, tablet, or Android smartphone. One of the boldest claims from Google is that Stadia will be...
1 month ago
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Need to get some work done, especially while traveling? The Apple iPad Pro might be the answer to this question. Read on to find out what the new 3rd-Gen Apple iPad Pro can do for your productivity. iPad Pro Introduced in October 2018, the iPad Pro (3rd-gen) is available in two different screen sizes,...
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If you’re looking to push pixels on your favorite PC games, the EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards may be right for you. All EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards have 4352 CUDA cores and 11GB of GDDR6 VRAM as well 14 Gb/s...
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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 months ago
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It's quite rare for a game to come out without being hyped to the max these days. Games are usually teased with cryptic trailers, for years, or revealed at large gaming events like E3, but Respawn and EA just dropped Apex Legends with little to no fanfare. Released on February 4, 2019, this game seemingly came out of nowhere to surpass 25 million unique players and more than 2 million peak...
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Like most people, I wasn’t in a huge rush to upgrade to a 4K TV. The resolution bump didn’t really feel the same as the standard to high-definition move. Plus, I didn’t really have any 4K content and my aging Samsung TV was handling my Full HD 1080p content just fine. However, that all changed when I scored an awesome deal in October, trading my launch-day OG Microsoft Xbox One for the more...
2 months ago
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Keyboards and mice are no longer exclusive to PC gaming. Both the Sony PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft Xbox One now support the classic keyboard-mouse layout for select games, allowing you...
2 months ago
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Kodak teamed up with Smart International to create the Kodak Portrait 3D Printer. Designed to work in a variety of environments, ranging from the classroom to the office, Kodak outfitted the Portrait with a fully enclosed print chamber and an HEPA and activated carbon filter to reduce...
3 months ago
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HP introduced a wide variety of products at CES 2019. From a laptop with an AMOLED display to a gaming machine with a blazing 240Hz refresh rate to a monitor with a built-in privacy screen, HP showcased many products for your game room, as well as the office. HP Pavilion Displays As its name suggests, the Pavilion 27 Quantum Dot monitor features a 27" Quantum Dot on Glass display, offering more...
3 months ago
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Virtual reality can be intriguing, but also intimidating. Setting up sensors and connecting multiple cables may seem daunting to the casual user who just wants to use lightsabers against a soundtrack in Beat Sabers. At CES 2019, HTC has answered the call for a more convenient VR headset with the Vive Cosmos. The company has also upgraded the Vive Pro with eye tracking, and made access to virtual...
3 months ago
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At CES 2019, Lenovo is looking to make your life easier and more convenient with AI-enabled Yoga PCs with Lenovo Smart Assist, as well as a Smart Clock with Google Assistant and a Smart Tab with Amazon Alexa. 14" Yoga S940 Laptop The Yoga S940 features a 4K IPS HDR display with Dolby Vision for a high-res, vibrant viewing experience. The screen also features Contour Glass that wraps around the...
3 months ago
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ASUS didn't waste any time at CES 2019. The company introduced a wide variety of products geared toward gamers, casual users, professionals, educational institutes, and more. 17.3" ROG Mothership 2-in-1 Gaming Laptop ASUS has reimagined the gaming laptop and the "desktop replacement." Instead of being limited to the traditional clamshell design, the Republic of Gamers Mothership features a unique...
3 months ago
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There’s nothing like spending some quality time with your friends and family during the holiday season. Laughter fills the hallways and food fills your belly. Presents are given and received. And, of course, pictures are taken. Whether you’re using your smartphone or a DSLR camera, the pictures don’t mean much if you don’t share them with your friends and family. Here are six different ways you...
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