Archive for the ‘Computers’ Category
Printers have been around for a couple generations now, adding more and more features every few years. Nowadays, most printers come with a built in scanner, copier, and or fax capabilities, but one component of the modern printer remains mysteriously underdeveloped: the ink cartridge.
If you are looking for the perfect medium between performance and affordability, then consider looking at any 1.7 ghz laptop. 1.7 ghz processors have the power to let you multitask with ease and can be found for very cheap. If you need a second computer for work, school, or just for browsing, then this is the laptop you are looking for.
The last thing anyone wants is for their laptop to get destroyed. Whether it is from spilling a drink on it, dropping it on the ground, or from a sudden downpour completely soaking your backpack or laptop bag. Imagine if all your hard work, all your important documents, were all gone in a split second. It’s not a very good feeling, and if you sometimes work or commute by foot/bike in the rain, you should definitely look into getting a waterproof laptop case.
For anyone who’s looking to stay productive this winter as they gear up to watch the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and tons of NFL and NCAA football match-ups, buying a Special Limited Edition Laptop PC is highly recommended. However, how do you know which laptop is the right one for you? What specs and features should it have? To answer all of your laptop needs, here’s a quick and dirty guide of the most commonly asked questions. The first thing that you’ll want to do is think about whether you…
The laptop landscape is changing rapidly. Traditional components like optical and hard drives are falling out of favor for more convenient and faster components like solid state drives. New laptops are coming out but with a new nomenclature: ultrabook. They are basically ultra thin and light laptops that forgo optical drives and usually employ SSDs to make performance on par of more powerful laptops while staying thin and light. Acer has released their own ultrabook, the Aspire S3. Let’s see if they got it right.
Everyone knows that the best way to play games is not on a laptop, but on a desktop. Whether you are building your own computer or buying a complete setup like a Dell Inspiron desktop, your gaming experience is going to be awesome.
When it comes to increasing your computer’s storage capacity, external backup devices from manufacturers such as Seagate and Samsung are often your best bet. However, with so many different sizes to consider, as well as other features such as a solid state drive, how do you know which hard drive is the best purchase for you? Here’s a list of handy consumer shopping tips for you to consider before purchasing any backup devices: