You Can Either Buy a Desktop Computer, Or Have It Built Directly Into a Desk
You can either buy a desktop computer from your local electronics store, build a tower yourself, or buy all the parts and stuff them into a custom-built desk, like these geeks. Don't fancy the LED lights or transparent glass? There's always the option of hiding all the parts inside a minimalist-styl
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Best Under $1000 Gaming Laptop - Thunderobot 911M5a Review ⋆ Android Tipster
If you’re a gamer on the go, this is the perfect laptop for you. The hardest part of buying any gaming laptop is finding a balance between the price and the performance. In our opinion, this is the perfect middle of the road option.
Gaming Desks » Free To Play MMORPG Guides
Top 5 Tech YouTuber Gaming Desk Setups 2017! So what’s up everyone, my name is Ben and today we will be looking at Top 5 Tech YouTuber Gaming Desk Setups, in this video, we will feature some of the best tech YouTubers and their setups, how they’re built and we will rate them. I ask …
Sherlock Cube Portable Digital Investigation Kit
We have covered plenty of portable computer systems in the past. The Sherlock Cube happens to be a field-ready, portable computer for cyber investigators.
Hey guys, first time posting here, so let me know if Im doing it right! This is the first in a series of cases I am building. While this one happens to be a SFFPC, the next few that I plan on doing will be a bit larger and for an mATX & ATX standard. The design is made out of 3/16 steel &...
Top 3 Best Gaming PCs under $800 for 2020 [January] ⋆ Android Tipster
Best gaming PCs under the $800 price range in 2020 It is a misnomer that you need to cough up over $1,000 to buy a gaming PC capable of delivering high-end performance. With gaming PCs becoming more and more affordable and mainstream than they have ever been since they were first introduced in the 1980s, it is possible to find some epic machines for less than $800 that can handle the most demanding games, delivering full HD resolution at medium game setting. Here is a rundown on some of…