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PlayStation 5 SSD expansion will reportedly be unlocked this summer

81891370-7816-11eb-b6da-35c16896ece6Considering the bloated sizes of recent games like Call of Duty and Cyberpunk 2077 (250GB just for those two), the PlayStation 5’s 825GB internal SSD seems pretty miniscule. Now, there’s word that you’ll finally be able to put another dri…

Source: https://www.engadget.com/play-station-5-will-get-internal-storage-upgrades-this-summer-095311001.html
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What Is a Motherboard?

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The motherboard is where it all starts for the PC. It’s the component underlying everything. There are so many different analogies you could draw, but here’s our favorite: It’s like the computer’s nervous system. Its primary job is to send information in the form of electrical signals between the various components in your PC.

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/713333/what-is-a-motherboard/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Ian Paul

Creative’s Sound Blaster USB-C DAC Can Fix Your Coworker’s Annoying Zoom Audio

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When you buy something that claims to have noise cancellation features, it generally means either isolating the audio you hear, or isolating the audio other people hear from your microphone. But Creative Sound Blaster’s PLAY! 4 DAC can take it one step further: cleaning up other people’s crappy microphone audio for your discerning ears.

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Source: https://www.reviewgeek.com/71587/creatives-sound-blaster-usb-c-dac-can-fix-your-coworkers-annoying-zoom-audio/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Michael Crider

The Best Rental-Friendly Smart Home Products

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Smart home products can range from super fun to incredibly useful. The problem is, a lot of them require drilling holes or wiring cables to work—probably not something you can do if you’re renting your current home. But no need to fear, as there are plenty of ways to make your home smarter that won’t tick off your landlord.

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Source: https://www.reviewgeek.com/70244/the-best-rental-friendly-smart-home-products/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Eric Schoon

How to Safely Remove USB Flash Drives From a Chromebook

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You’ve probably heard about how you should always safely “eject” a USB drive before unplugging it. On Windows, it’s a very simple process, but what about on a Chromebook? Should you still do it? How does it work?

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/713317/how-to-safely-remove-usb-flash-drives-from-a-chromebook/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Joe Fedewa

The USB Paradox: Why Do USB Connections Need Three Tries?

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It’s happened to everyone: You try to plug in a USB connector, and it doesn’t work. So you flip it, and it still doesn’t work. Frustrated, you flip it a third time—and it fits! Why is this experience so common with USB?

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Source: https://www.howtogeek.com/713525/the-usb-paradox-why-do-usb-connections-need-three-tries/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Chris Hoffman

Samsung Galaxy F62 packs a ridiculous battery and a shock price

Samsung has revealed its latest Android phone, and if you’ve ever thought you needed a much, much bigger battery to make it through the day, then the Galaxy F62 should probably do the trick. Behind the 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Plus display there’s a whopping 7,000 mAh battery, significantly bigger even than the sizable 5,000 mAh pack in the Galaxy S21 … Continue reading

Source: https://www.slashgear.com/samsung-galaxy-f62-packs-a-ridiculous-battery-and-a-shock-price-15659440/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Chris Davies

MSI’s GP66 Leopard Puts Desktop Performance in a Gaming Laptop

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MSI is one of several laptop makers to update its line of gaming laptops with Nvidia’s RTX 30-series GPU—and yet that’s the least impressive part of its GP66 Leopard. Not content to just stuff new components into the same old chassis and call it day, MSI has given its Leopard model a total overhaul from its previous…

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Source: https://gizmodo.com/msis-gp66-leopard-puts-desktop-performance-in-a-gaming-1846244524
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Joanna Nelius

eMeet Nova Webcam Review: Meet in Your Best Light

emeet-nova-webcam-review.jpg Not only do you want a webcam that helps you connect with others remotely, but you also want one that helps you look your best. The eMeet Nova Webcam promises to help you look more professional through autofocus and auto low light correction. I recently had the opportunity to try this webcam out for myself. Overview of Features The eMeet Nova Webcam is small and portable, making it a great addition to add to your laptop bag for meetings anywhere. It connects easily to your computer via a USB cable, making it widely compatible. It also works with… Read more14261898.gif

Source: https://tracking.feedpress.com/link/12555/14261898/emeet-nova-webcam-review
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Crystal Crowder

Why Building a PC Isn’t Worth It Right Now

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The conventional wisdom is that you can save a lot of money on a desktop computer by building your own. But at the moment, that’s not really true. A combination of factors including the COVID-19 pandemic and huge fluctuations in cryptocurrency mean that it’s a lot more expensive to buy high-end parts, if you can even find them at all.

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Source: https://www.reviewgeek.com/68982/why-building-a-pc-isnt-really-worth-it-right-now/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Michael Crider

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