While most of us are always looking for the best possible PC hardware including CPUs, memory modules, graphics cards and solid state drives there are others who are struggling to find the best possible WiFi router to complete or to expand their home or work wireless network. Personally I’ll try to always use wired connection for my home and work network but there’s no denying that wireless connectivity is also important especially if you want to use it at work (for example at a cafe) or if you just happen to own a tablet and you want access to the internet via the local network. In the 25 years I’ve been using and working with computers Netgear has been one of the 3 names in the network industry that I’ve learned to trust and respect not only because i consider their products of being top notch both in terms of quality and performance but also because their support has been exemplary the few times I’ve had to ask for their help. Today with us we have one of their latest routers to hit the market the Nighthawk R7000 AC1900 Smart WiFi Router.
Up there as a firm favourite with system builders and overclockers alike, G.SKILL are a leader in PC memory products. The Ripjaws range are extremely popular with enthusiasts not only because of the excellent performance offered but also because of the stunning looks and lifetime warranty.
The Corsair Force LX Series SSD 256GB arrived Technic3D. Available in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB configurations. Results in extreme performance with up to 560 MB/s sequential read and 450 MB/s sequential write speeds? We will check this and more against the SSDs from ADATA, Intel, OCZ and G.Skill.
The IT world is full of acronyms, from programming languages like BASIC and SQL to terms like RAM and ROM. If you have ever sat in front of a computer, you may have been part of an HMI, or human machine interface. HMI might seem like a fancy term, but the definition is actually quite […]
Most people these days cannot even remember what it was like to buy groceries without the use of barcodes and barcode scanners. In fact, most young people in today’s generation have probably never thought twice about the technology used to purchase their bread, milk, and eggs on a weekly basis. The reality is that barcodes […]
Among the institutions most changed by Internet access, higher education has pushed the envelope of technologically assisted learning in innovative directions. Increasing access to higher education via online courses, free courseware, and online access to public and private universities has created an almost à la carte menu of educational offerings to address all interests across […]
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Taking your hobbies on the go has never been easier than it is now. Thanks to ubiquitous Wi-Fi hotspots, ever-increasing network coverage, and the rising trend of charging stations for devices, the whole world is connected like never before.
They allow for face-to-face interaction and collaboration in a way that used to require long flights and huge travel budgets to accommodate, all with the click of a mouse or push of a key. From planning to executing to follow through, here are five vital tips to make your next video meeting a success.
There was a time when the only people interested in data security were corporate moguls with secrets to keep and billions of dollars to protect. Arguably, that is still true today. There is a better than excellent chance that you are simply not a high enough value target for anyone to care about your secrets, or your hundreds of dollars. But thanks to the revelations from Edward Snowden, we all feel like corporate high-rollers whose secrets have ben stolen, and our underwear drawers rifled through.
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