It’s always hard to buy a truly great gift, but it’s even harder when you have to venture into the realm of technology. If you’re looking for a few ideas for that tech savvy student in your life, then our gallery below should get you off to a good start.
Whether you’re a firm believer in Windows or a staunch Mac supporter, your computing experience won’t get very far without the hardware to drive it. That’s where Bright Hub’s Hardware channel steps in. Find reviews on the newest and greatest desktop and laptop computers for your work and play. Keep up to date with product developments and news on what Apple and Microsoft are planning next.
What would your PC be like without all the peripherals and extras to go with it? Before running out to buy the latest gadget come here to read reviews on printers, scanners, speakers and more. Find the best option for you as well as whether the hardware of your choice is compatible with your operating system. Is that snazzy laser printer worth the extra money, or will an inkjet printer suffice? What speakers perform the best on a laptop? Read the latest discussion or debate and glean advice from experts in the field.
Jean Amprimoz is the managing editor of the Hardware channel and is well prepared to lead you through the many options available on today’s market. He and his talented team of writers offer buying guides, brutally honest reviews and will arm you with all the information you need to know before your next shopping trip.
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With the explosion in variety of tablet computers over the past year, is the Android-based Lenovo IdeaPad K1 just another “me too” device? Or can it actually stand out among such stiff competition as the Samsung GalaxyTab 10.1 or the venerable iPad 2?
Do you ever have that moment of “I wish I could afford…” when you spot a piece of quality hardware that you need to have but can’t quite break the budget for? In a perfect world we would have an endless supply of cash: and here is how a geek can spend it perfectly.
Okay, geek. You’re elbows & knees in your computer when you see – well, you’re not sure what, but it’s supposed to plug in to something. Where’s that go, and what does that do? Find out in this guide.