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The Best Gaming Chairs of 2022

HARDWARE May 4, 2022 0 Comments

Table of Contents What to Look for in a Gaming Chair in 2022Best Gaming Chair Overall: Secretlab Titan Evo 2022Best Budget Gaming Chair: Hbada Gaming ChairBest Big and Tall Gaming Chair: Thermaltake X-ComfortBest Ergonomic Gaming Chair: Secretlab Omega (2020)Best Gaming Chair with Footrest: RESPAWN RSP-110Best Gaming Recliner: RESPAWN RSP-900 What to Look for in a Gaming Chair in 2022 Gaming chairs…

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Joby Wavo Air Review: A Content Creator’s Ideal Wireless Mic

HARDWARE May 2, 2022 0 Comments

The lavalier mics have standard foam windscreens, mainly meant to stop minor wind noise and block plosives (think popping ‘p’ sounds). If you’re using the built-in mics on the transmitters, there are fluffier windjammer-style screens included. Joby is no newcomer to helping people create videos on the go. This is the company that gave us the GorillaPod, a short, flexible…

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When to Replace Your Old Charging Cable

HARDWARE May 1, 2022 0 Comments

Native Union Belt Cable – 4ft Lightning A sensibly-sized cable for charging iPhones and iPads with a stylish and modern look. Amazon $29.99   All cables eventually deteriorate and die, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take care of them well. Do your best to avoid putting them through too much damage. Learn to wrap your cables properly, use cable…

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What Is DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync?

HARDWARE April 29, 2022 0 Comments

Screen tearing is caused when the GPU’s output frame rates are higher than the monitor’s refresh rate. As a result, it’s unable to keep up with the incoming frames and displays parts of two frames simultaneously, which looks like a tear on the screen. On the other hand, stuttering is caused when frames are repeated or skipped. This usually happens…

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How to Make Your Own External Hard Drive (and Why You Should)

HARDWARE April 29, 2022 0 Comments

It’s tough shopping for an external hard drive with reasonable performance these days. Many USB options use a slow hard drive technology called SMR that can be hard to spot. If you want good transfer speeds for a reasonable price, you’ll need to roll your own. Here’s how. Table of Contents Why Build Your Own Drive?First, Pick an Internal Hard…

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