AMD's Radeon VII is a fast, memory-rich graphics card loaded down with the latest technologies.
If you’re the kind of person who likes their phone to be a phone and their camera to be a camera, I can see the case for the new LX100 being that camera.
PureGear's PureCam front/interior dual dash cam is great in most ways, but its lack of battery backup and embedded GPS info is disappointing.
This particular RAVPower wireless charging pad is a plain, black, hockey puck, but it gets the job done and comes with a 24W wall adapter at an affordable price.
Disconnect Premium is a usable VPN available at a great price with the right privacy promises, but location options are limited.
The Oppo AX7 is pitched at those who have already committed to making the necessary compromises that come hand-in-hand with the world of sub-$400 smartphones, but it thrives within those limitations nevertheless.
The WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD is just about the best combination of price and performance in an SSD. You could go cheaper and still get great everyday performance, but for long writes the SN750 dominates.
A sleek design; adjustable backlighting; and quiet, comfortable keys highlight this affordable replacement for your current keyboard.
Nvidia's ShadowPlay is a great way to record your gameplay or broadcast it live to the world if you're running a GeForce graphics card.
Plays is all about creating short clips and sharing them online, and the Plays desktop software makes that fun to do.
The Windows 10 Game Bar is a solid gameplay recording option with excellent performance, but its UI is flaky.
Fraps is a popular program for tracking framerates and benchmarking, but for video capture there are better options available for free.
OBS Studio is a fantastic tool for capturing gameplay videos, but it's not for novices.
Game capture on MSI's Afterburner has always been an afterthought, and it still shows.
Huawei's Matebook 13 combines Intel's latest Whiskey Lake Core chip and the power of a discrete GPU to deliver a high-performance yet compact 13-inch notebook that's priced right, too.
There are so many different options for cloud (online) storage. As a highly competitive market, each company has developed its own point of difference and value proposition, and this is great for users, as it means that no matter what they might need cloud storage for, one of the available services will have them covered.
There are so many different options for cloud (online) storage.
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This small mobile printer is exactly what I need for invoicing and other jobs such as sending fellow tradesman details or step-by-step instructions that I can easily print off from my phone or the Web.
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