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PC World Blogs 06/25/2019 07:00
With OWC’s Envoy Pro Ex with USB-C, another company is promising to deliver the full potential of USB external storage via NVMe SSDs. OWC claims 980MBps of sustained throughput, which is very fast, though we'll verify that when we test it. The drive, which is Mac- and PC-compatible, starts shipping Tuesday. The Envoy Pro EX with USB-C will be available unpopulated for $95, but it's a better deal with an NVMe SSD pre-installed: 250GB for $130, 500GB for $180, 1TB for $250, or 2TB for $430. The drives will be warrantied for three years, and may be purchased at OWC’s (Other World Computing) site . To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/25/2019 06:48
Internet fraud takes many forms, from retail websites that don’t deliver, to emails phishing for credit card or bank information, to tech support scams that take over your desktop, and everything in between. They share a common goal, however: extracting money or personal data from an unsuspecting user. If you come upon something that seems sketchy, here’s how to check it out before you put your money down. Three signs that a website is legitimate. Hopefully most websites you encounter are legitimate. There are two quick ways to tell, plus one that requires just a little more legwork. 1. URLs beginning with “https” means the website is a secured site. That means it’s encrypted using SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates that protect private.
PC World Blogs 06/24/2019 13:57
Al Capone’s just met a girl named Maria. Problem is, he hasn’t met her lover yet. Or potential problem, I should say. So far, Maria’s been a fine addition to our fledgling criminal empire. She’s handy (enough) with a gun, and we’re in no position to turn down the extra personnel. Her lover is out there though, and chances are he’s working for a rival crime boss. Hell, maybe he is a rival crime boss. Whether leader or lackey, his shadow now stretches over our little enterprise. On that fateful day when he and Capone meet, be it in five minutes or hours from now, there’s no knowing how Maria will react. Will she refuse to fight? Betray us entirely? These are the scenarios that keep Capone up at night—and me, by extension. To read this article.
PC World Blogs 06/24/2019 09:11
Don't be fooled by its size or price—the Raspberry Pi 4 rolling out today promising enough oomph to run two 4K screens at once, and it's rocking more and better RAM. It's so powerful, in fact, the Foundation says this P 4i is good enough to be a “complete desktop computer.". The latest version of the Raspberry Pi is available in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB RAM variants. This is the first time we've seen multiple versions of the same Raspberry Pi model, and the first time a Raspberry Pi has had more than a gig of RAM. Prices start at the usual $35 for the 1GB RAM version, with the 2GB version costing $45 and the 4GB topping off at $55. Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi 4. To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/24/2019 06:30
Earlier this year we reviewed the new Super X-Fi Amp from Creative, and since then it’s continued to amaze me and the people I demo it for. Now Creative has taken the same amazing audio processing technology and jammed it into a pair of over-the-ear Bluetooth headphones called the Super X-Fi Air. Unfortunately the headphones themselves are not as amazing as the tech they contain, but they still offer some great features for the price. Adam Patrick Murray/IDG. Super X-Fi technology. To recap what Super X-Fi is, it’s audio software processing that simulates a surround-sound speaker setup, and accurately reflects that setup with just a pair of stereo headphones. It does this by taking scans of your ears and face and pairing it with positional au.
PC World Blogs 06/24/2019 06:00
As the U.S. Government’s ban on Huawei grinds on, the biggest questions consumers likely have are whether that Matebook laptop on Amazon is safe to buy, or whether the Huawei machine they’ve already bought is safe. After all, if Intel, AMD, Nvidia, Qualcomm and other U.S. tech companies can no longer sell chips to the Chinese tech company, isn’t the company basically dead to you? The answer likely depends on whether you care about Huawei’s future as a PC maker, or if you only care about your particular future with a Huawei laptop. What the U.S. ban on Huawei means. The ban on Huawei, enacted in May , essentially forbids U.S. companies from doing business with the tech giant. Obviously, if Huawei is unable to buy CPUs from Intel or AMD, or gr.
PC World Blogs 06/21/2019 17:51
Everyone, take a deep breath and let it out. Congratulations, we survived another E3 and the news onslaught that entails. Your reward? The slow period, those merciful months of July and August where almost nothing happens and we can finally catch up on the backlog. Or, you know, buy more games in the Steam Sale next week. There’s a bit of E3 mop-up happening this week though, so without further ado let’s discuss EA’s euphemistic description of loot boxes as “surprise mechanics,” the disappearance of Alpha Protocol , the arrival of The Outer Worlds E3 demo, and those damn Fallout 76 canvas bags. This is gaming news for June 17 to 21. To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/21/2019 06:15
Dell’s second-generation G7 15 gaming laptop has arrived less than a year since the original debuted last summer (and we reviewed it in the fall). Designed for mainstream gamers who lack either the money or the moxie for Dell’s flashier Alienware gaming brand, the G7 15 (Model 7590, for you diehard fans) still offers some snazzy new options—like the 9th-generation Intel Core processor and Nvidia RTX graphics in our review unit. In this case, however, buying the latest and greatest is an investment in the future. The brand-new CPU offers a modest performance uptick. Only a small (and slow-growing) number of games support the RTX GPU’s ray tracing talents, while earlier games see scant benefit. To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/20/2019 12:55
Whether you play games or watch movies, a great monitor is essential for maximum entertainment. Today, though, you can save $200 on the 27-inch 1440p Acer FreeSync monitor (XG270HU) at Newegg. Remove non-product link. . You’ll need to use the code EMCTBVT34 and enter your email address to get the lowest price. To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/20/2019 09:27
It’s time to stock up on accessories, PC fans. Amazon has a one-day sale on today with many Logitech peripherals for gaming and productivity. Remove non-product link. at or close to their all-time lows. The sale has a lot of mice, but there are also deals on headsets, keyboards, webcams, and other assorted peripherals. Here are our top three picks from the sale:. To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/20/2019 05:44
Have you ever visited a website and wondered where that site and its owners are located? Shopping sites are particularly of interest, because most people want to know who the seller is and where the seller is located. Casual online browsers may also find themselves on sites that dump malware onto unsuspecting PCs, plant malicious pop-up ads, or phish for private information. Others may stumble upon sites that push conspiracy theories, hate rhetoric, or violence, which they may want to avoid or expose. Wouldn’t it be great if there were a service that revealed this information? Well, there is, and here’s how to use it. Using WHOIS to sniff out shady sites. Many sites and organizations provide identifying site information for free. The most no.
PC World Blogs 06/19/2019 13:10
The dreaded “low battery” notification is the bane of our smartphone existence. But now, whether you’re at home or on the go, Amazon’s sale on Anker charging products will help keep your devices powered up on the cheap. The awesome. PowerCore+ 26800 portable charger. Remove non-product link. is among the sale lineup, as is a sweet. PowerPort Wireless 5 pad and stand bundle. Remove non-product link. . To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/19/2019 10:05
In the unfortunate event that your home experiences a burglary or natural disaster, thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in property may be lost or damaged. That’s why we pay for homeowners or renters insurance — so that our property can be replaced when disaster strikes. But if and when your claim is approved, it can take weeks or even months to receive money from your insurer. Lemonade. , however, is a new kind of insurance company, and it’s flipping the script by reviewing your claims and paying you within minutes. To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/18/2019 17:03
Time marches on, and so does the PCI Express standard. The PCI SIG pre-announced PCI Express 6.0 on Tuesday, scheduled to bring I/O transfer rates of 256 gigabytes per second (GBps) in a few years. For I/O fans, the PCI Express standard is snarled at the intersection of the past, present and future. Less than a month ago, at Computex in Taipei, AMD announced that the X570 chipset and Ryzen 3800X would be the first to support PCI Express 4.0 and its 64GBps interface. The majority of PCs are stuck on PCI Express 3.0, with data transfers of 32GBps. (Here’s everything you need to know about PCI Express 4.0 .). To read this article in full, please click here.
PC World Blogs 06/18/2019 10:28
If you’re on the hunt for a high-end gaming PC, today's the day to check out Walmart. The big box retailer is offering a pair of killer deals on desktops right now, and while the graphics cards and the processors are from the previous generation, they're nevertheless packing some serious power. The first desktop is the. $700 Overpowered DTW1. Remove non-product link. . It comes with the 6-core, 12-thread Intel Core i7-8700, clocked at 3.2GHz, and Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1070 . Walmart doesn't say which manufacturer supplies the graphics card, but in reviews like Bitwit's , they've been from Gigabyte. The DTW1 also packs a 256GB SSD, a 2TB hard drive, and 16GB of RAM. That’s not bad at all, and should offer solid gaming with few (if any) visual co.

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