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Posted 12/24/20
Let’s take a trip to the virtual world of the Oculus Quest 2! The goal of the Quest 2 is to be your all-in-one virtual reality experience for VR gaming without cables or a PC (though you can connect to a PC using a single cable if needed). This VR headset boasts 1832 x 1920 resolution per eye, 6GB of RAM, a 90 Hz refresh rate, and more! Click  here to learn more at B&H Explora. Share your thoughts on the Oculus Quest 2 in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 09/17/20
If you have the urge to build a computer, but don’t have the time, then the Intel NUC Quartz Canyon Xeon Kit is right for you! This tiny, bare-bones computer takes little setup to get going: All you have to do is add in your own memory and storage, then download the OS. Join Doug as he customizes this small PC, then tell us your thoughts about customizing your own in the Comments below!
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Posted 06/16/20
Doug Guerra takes a look at the LG UltraGear 34GN850-B. Not only is this ultrawide, curved monitor made for gaming, it is also a great photo- and video-editing monitor! It features a Nano IPS panel, HDMI | DisplayPort inputs, 3440 x 1440 resolution, variable refresh rate, numerous split screen arrangements, and more.
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Posted 12/19/19
Looking for gamer gift ideas? From consoles to games to gaming accessories, Gaming Expert Scary Larry gives you the details on the best gaming gifts for the holidays! More Holiday Gift Guides: Unique Holiday Gifts for the Tech Enthusiast in Your Life GPU Overload: A Simple Guide to Gaming Graphics Cards This Holiday Season
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Posted 03/28/18
Join A.B. as he delivers an in-depth review of the Marantz Turret, an all-in-one live-streaming machine with a built-in camera, microphone, and ring light. If you’re a gamer, podcaster, vlogger, or just someone who wants to create web content easily, this video is for you.
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Posted 04/06/16
Looking to access the Internet faster? Try the ASUS RT-AC5300 Tri-Band Wireless Router. You get one 2.4 GHz band for up 1,000 Mbps and not one, but TWO 5 GHz bands for up to 4334 Mbps. That's a total of 5334 Mbps, which is used for low-latency gaming, smooth 4K streaming, and fast file sharing! We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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