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LCD Monitors – It’s Not Just About Inches!

LCD Monitors – It’s Not Just About Inches!

Planning to buy a new large-size monitor? While buying a monitor, the size is not the only factor to be considered, there are some other factors to consider such as what kind of panel is there or what’s the response ...

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AMD APUs: Made for Budget Gaming

AMD APUs: Made for Budget Gaming

The budget for super high end graphics cards may vary from person to person, hence people with lower budgets, rely on the integrated GPU which is integrated into the motherboard of the CPU or whatever processor they have, to get ...

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NVIDIA’s Project Shield

NVIDIA’s Project Shield

Project Shield is a upcoming handheld game console that utilizes the advanced processing power of NVIDIA Tegra 4(world’s WORLD’S FASTEST MOBILE PROCESSOR with Custom 72-core NVIDIA GeForce GPU & Quad-core A15 CPU), a full-size game controller, breakthrough Wi-Fi technology,stunning HD ...

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NVIDIA TEGRA-3: A REVOLUTION IN GAMING WORLD

NVIDIA TEGRA-3: A REVOLUTION IN GAMING WORLD

“The faster the merrier”, well I would like to add some words to it, “The faster along with great quality and accuracy is now a day’s merrier.” With new technology evolving every day, the above mentioned three things are the ...

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Top 10 Most Visited Sites

Top 10 Most Visited Sites

Top 10 Most Visited Sites In the ultra-competitive world of the Internet, many websites have come and gone over the years. However, certain websites have taken hold of the public’s imagination and become more than just websites. They have become ...

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Google Fiber: World’s Fastest Internet Connection

Google Fiber: World’s Fastest Internet Connection

The Web search leader Google is launching its ultra-fast 1Gb-per-second Google Fiber Internet and Fiber TV service. Google announced last week that the gigabit network was coming. The service uses optical fiber to deliver speeds far in excess of traditional ...

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