RAID drive redundancy solution has been around since 1989 and honestly, it is getting a bit dated. Usually, people go with RAID 1 if they have 2 drives. RAID 5 if they want to...
Ever since I reviewed the first ever ASUS ROG Gladius from more than 2 years ago, I fell in love with that mouse. I loved the shape, the functionality, and the grip of that mouse. It's a really great mouse and has been with me since the day I first laid my hands on it. Over the years, the scroll wheel started having issues.
Portrait photography is simple, but its feature integration and application in practical photography is beyond just portraits. It is called portrait mode, but its name can be rather misleading as it is not particularly optimized or used only for faces and portraits.
We've seen and heard NVMe SSDs thermal throttling. It's something that we all worry about, and want to avoid when we're getting our own NVMe SSD. I mean, these speedy storage devices aren't cheap - and thermal throttling can diminish its speed. Well, here we'll tell you how to prevent NVMe SSD thermal throttling.
I've always wanted to get myself a proper microphone. Previously, I bought a lavalier microphone but it didn't work the way I wanted it to. I ended up selling that and opted for a condenser microphone setup instead. This is what I got, and how I made everything work out.
Last year, we did a really big best tech gift guide. This year we'll be doing a new one for you - the best tech gifts of 2016. This gift guide will get you through this year's brand new recommended tech, and it'll mostly be what that caught my eyes through the year of 2016 until now.
Let's take a look at "Best Smartphone For November 2016". The ones that give the most bang for you buck. Last year, there was a big hiatus in flagship smartphones, thanks to the controversy surrounding Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 chipset. Particularly, it's about the efficiency of that chipset - or lack thereof. It was a dark year for smartphones
Got a new laptop. Great - if you're lucky, the laptop survives for years to come, maybe 2 years or more. Here's the real kicker though, as the laptop ages, we get the illusion the machine slowing down. Assuming that there are no hardware failures at all, that's not caused by age!! It's actually is due to two main things - super-bloated operating system, or the system is thermal throttled due to dust clogging up. Here's how to fix your problems!
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