The best Lenovo desktop computer sale

June 16, 2020

Lenovo is a well-known brand, famous for creating great tech which many men and women love to use. But what are the best Lenovo desktop PCs — and what would be the tasks they’re best used for? At Ebuyer we thought we’d shed some light on the specific situation and also help you opt for […]

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Latest Lenovo Legion gaming PCs feature cooler thermals, extended battery life and keyboard improvements review

June 10, 2020

The latest wave of Lenovo Legion PCs equips players with improvements like cooler thermals, keyboard enhancements and extended battery life.The hottest 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series or AMD Ryzen 4000 Series mobile chips power this lineup, and up into the newly announced NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti and RTX 2080 SUPER GPUs using Max-Q Design […]

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Lenovo introduces new Windows 10 detachable laptops review

June 7, 2020

The Lenovo Yoga Duet 7i, that weighs in at 2.55 lbs (for example its folio instance ), is the first-ever Yoga PC using a detachable, backlit Bluetooth (5.0) computer keyboard to allow freestyle functioning manner, and an adjustable kickstand for easier note-taking and viewing. It is compatible with Intel Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) [1] to get […]

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Switching from Android to iPhone: Here’s where Apple’s phone wins and fails Review

June 1, 2020

Where the iPhone winsApple’s Taptic Engine: Haptics are still an underappreciated but significant characteristic of interacting with a smartphone, also Apple knows this. The”Taptic Engine” is basically a giant vibration engine bolted right to the iPhone’s frame, and it’s excellent. The haptic feedback is tight and strong, surpassing all of Android phones available on the […]

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How to protect your PC from Meltdown and Spectre CPU vulnerabilities

May 30, 2020

A pair of horrible CPU exploits have severe consequences for home pc users. Meltdown and Spectre allow attackers access protected data on your PC’s kernel memory, possibly revealing sensitive information such as passwords, cryptographic keys, private photographs and email, or whatever else you have used on your PC. All these are serious defects. Luckily, CPU […]

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Best Motherboards

July 13, 2018

This page contains our recommendations for motherboards with Intel’s mainstream LGA-1151 socket. These include the Coffee Lake family of processors and the Z370 and Z270 chipsets. For recommendations for motherboards supporting Intel’s high-end LGA-2066 socket and X299 chipset, see our recommendations on the next page. Skip to the last page for all AMD-based boards. Asrock […]

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ASRock X299M Extreme4: Micro ATX Sweet Spot

July 13, 2018

ASRock surprised us by adding dual Gigabit Ethernet to the Micro ATX version of its Extreme4 series X299 board, ostensibly one-upping the feature set provided in its ATX version. That appears at first blush to put the X299M Extreme4 head-to-head against the X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC from rival MSI, though the MSI board also […]

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Sapphire Unveils Motherboard With AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 APU

July 13, 2018

Sapphire Technology, one of AMD’s largest AIB partners, has revealed its latest creation. The FS-FP5V is a small motherboard with an embedded AMD Ryzen V1000 APU (Accelerated Processing Unit). It may come as a shocker for many to see the Sapphire branding on a motherboard box from a brand that’s widely known for its top-notch AMD-based […]

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Asus ROG Strix X370-I Gaming Review: The True Mini X370 Board

July 13, 2018

The Asus Republic of Gamers (ROG) Strix X370-I Gaming picks up where a preceding motherboard, the Biostar X370 GTN left off. While that board wasn’t able to leverage the strengths of AMD’s X-Series chipset (to the point were B350 would have been a better choice), the ROG Strix X370-I leverages the chipset’s high speed I/O for big-board […]

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How to Choose a Motherboard

July 13, 2018

Processors and graphics cards often gobble up the majority of build budgets, but your motherboard is in many ways the most integral part of your build. Every part of your PC plugs into it, its form factor dictates the size of your computer and its chipset / socket define what kind of CPU you can […]

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