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Gamer novelties from Acer: laptops and desktops

The best laptop 2017 for gamers continues to take center stage even this year, with even more improvements becoming manifest during a recent annual tech exhibition in Berlin. Technically, the new features mean those who have been building their PCs for a more immersive gaming experience can now acquire ready-to-go systems affordably. After all, with leading tech companies like Acer, Dell and HP providing ridiculously cheap buy lately, who else would want to miss a real upgrade? The truth is while assembling DIY jigs for a powerful system is still feasible, it is becoming a relatively expensive option compared to the cost at which one can acquire latest Acer novelties in the market.   This posts explorers top gamer novelties from the Taiwanese company, especially Acer gaming laptop and desktop, but first, why would anyone want to have a 1080p or 1440p and with HD graphics?:

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How to determine which SSD Drive is better

To build a better-performing PC, it is best to use a Solid State Drive (SSD) instead of the hard disk to install the operating system and the heavily used programs. It is the best way to build a PC that gives a good performance, and also the 240/250 GiB drives are also affordable. To check whether an SSD drive works better for your PC, you can purchase a cheap one and check its performance. There are many SSD drives with varying storage like 120GB, 240 GB, and 480GB. A low-cost SSD drive from SanDisk was tested to see its performance against the other regular hard drives. The sdssda 240G G26 was used for this purpose. The model which was tested has 256 GB of total memory. However, it is sold as 240 GB since the 16 GBs are permanently reserved for over-provisioning. In the tests, the SSD Plus was compared to Crucial BX100 and the Corsair Neutron XT. The SSD Drive comes with a manual card and a frame stick, making it mechanically compatible with laptops that require a 9.5mm drive as the SSD Plus is only 7mm thick. The drive comes in a plastic casing which can easily be…

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How Solid State Drives Have Become So Popular

Traditional platter hard drive speed has been the limiting factor when trying to read and write data fast since the development of digital storage. While still much faster than tape or disc-based media, hard drives can’t even compare to the fast access that flash memory enables. In the past, flash memory was prohibitively expensive as a solution for long-term data storage – not mention the extremely high volatility rates and the need for a constant supply of power. The technology was just not mature enough and well understood at the time. How were the issues with flash memory solved, and how was this tech made available to the masses? Let’s look at the evolution of this critical storage solution. Some History Memory-based long-term storage devices have existed for almost as long as computers. Early iterations of solid-state drives were extremely bulky and expensive, costing millions or even billions if inflation is considered. By the time the 1980s rolled around, manufacturers and engineers had a better grasp of flash memory systems and started using them to better effect. RAM disks were a relatively uncommon alternative to hard disk drives. They are much smaller and faster than previous SSD offerings, but they…

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Quick and Easy Tips to Speed Up Your Computer

Have you ever felt that your computer has somewhat slowed down? There are many reasons why your computer would start slowing down, so it’s tough to pinpoint what’s the actual problem. However, simple solutions like the ones provided by OneClickHere.com exist and could speed up your computer again. Here are some tips that you can also try out:

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Simple hacks to make your old computer faster

You can do some simple things to speed up your PC without the help of a software program that you have to buy or a tech guru to walk you through the process or do it for you, although these things can help to speed up your PC even more. The 5 tips to speed up your PC shown here, however, are things that you can do on your own and that are easy and free. image source 1 – Wallpaper Fancy wallpaper on your computer will slow it down significantly. If you want to speed up your PC, and you can live without a fish tank running all the time, get rid of the fancy wallpaper and replace it with something simple that came with your Windows program. Avoid stretching your wallpaper, and you can speed up your PC a little more. If you really like your wallpaper, but it is just too big in size, you can compress it with any of the online tools.

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5 Lesser Known Tech Security Tips For Protecting Your Business

We live in a world where the files on our computer are more important than ever. Did you ever think the day would come when a few zeros and ones could exceed the value of your home? Businesses shouldn’t focus their efforts on only physical stuff, but instead, they should ensure all their information floating around in cyberspace is always safe. Here are some unconventional ways you can safeguard your company from a potential disaster.

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Buy new or upgrade non-gaming PC?

There is no secret that everyone would like to have the newest technology in their hands. This applies to computers and cars, appliances, phones, and anything else you can think of. Let’s leave the rest and stick with computers. There are many types of people, depending on how they use their PC’s. I can think of gamers, hardcore gamers, browsers, active social networks, movie watchers, writers, designers, scientists and even more. Actually, it doesn’t matter how many groups there are or what they do. It matters if you are satisfied with what you get. Probably the hardest life is for gamers. To play the latest games with the best settings, they have to be in front when speaking about computer performance. If the budget allows them to invest in high-end graphical cards, overclocks CPUs that need good cooling systems. Big monitor or multiple of them is also one of the priorities. If you fall into this category, then you all set for the rest workload you can think of.

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