What has a PC that costs $37,000?

PC that costs $37,000

The golden age of the PC was left behind, but there is still interest in a segment that in fact continues to provide us with crazy and absolutely exaggerated models in terms of both price and performance. We have an excellent example in the OrionX, a desktop PC that costs 26,599.99 pounds (about $ 37,000 or 30,000 euros at the current rate) and that is a song to excess. What can a PC carry to cost…

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The Best TV Media Player: Buying guide and comparison of streaming devices

TV Media Player

With the rise of services such as Netflix, the YouTube boom or the arrival of 4K content, many of us are looking for our television to quickly access the internet to consume movies, series and videos of all kinds. The latest generation televisions are already Smart TV and have their own system, but if this is not your case or you are looking for a product to have internet on the TV, here we leave you our comparative…

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What is the difference between VoIP and Unified Comms?

Communications are changing so rapidly, even many experts have catching up to do. Two technologies that most of us will be using in the future, if we aren’t already, are VoIP and Unified Communications. Image Credit What is VoIP? Voice over Internet Protocol is any technology that digitally encodes speech and delivers it over the internet. There have been (and still are) numerous packages that go about this slightly differently,…

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5 Tips for Better Local SEO

Business owners ignore the importance of local SEO strategies at their peril. Whilst there is no doubt that you need to strive to do well in global search engine rankings, there could be a source of local traffic that you have not yet tapped into. Image Credit The key to a successful SEO strategy is to seamlessly combine your local and global rankings so your website gets the traffic it…

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The union is strength: The Intel Core with Radeon RX Vega M

Intel Core Radeon RX Vega M

Intel and AMD were preparing the launch of a new microprocessor, a unique chip that would combine the strengths of both companies and take advantage of the virtues of Intel CPUs with the AMD GPUs. The result of that alliance is the new family of eighth-generation Intel processors that for the first time integrate AMD Radeon RX Vega M GPUs. The objective is clear: to conquer the market of 2-in-1 convertibles, lightweight laptops…

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How to avoid being fooled into shopping online at Wallapop or Ebay

shopping online

We have never had so many possibilities when it comes to buying as today with the Internet. Especially when it comes to second-hand products, where platforms like eBay or Wallapop make it easy for you to find the product you’re looking for at a decent price. But of course, where there is business there can always be people willing to cheat you and keep your money for nothing. That’s why today we’re going to give you a series…

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Sony WH-1000XM2, the perfect headset to live without cables and without noise

Sony WH-1000XM2

Anyone would say that time always runs in our account. Except for technology. Almost a year ago of  our analysis  of those Sony MDR-1000x and we already have on the operating table who, presumably, will inherit the throne. These new WH-1000XM2 are an over-ear model – headband, covering the ear completely-oriented to an identical user, one that aims to erase the noise at a stroke and enjoy 30 hours of music autonomy in any environment. At the time we said that…

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The story hidden behind that iPod sold by HP: Jobs, Fiorina and the master moves

iPod BY HP

Some may remember that CES of January 2004 in Las Vegas. Carly Fiorina, then CEO of HP / Compaq, boasted there of an iPod with the HP logo on the back of the device. The firm became the distributor of the most popular portable player in the world after an agreement that Steve Jobs had devised with a single objective: to leave its competitor far behind in this market.

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