Are you really bad at keeping track of charging cables? If the answer is yes, then you likely have links to the next two or three you plan on purchasing saved somewhere on your computer. It’s not hard to lose those things when you’re shuttling between class, work, home, coffee shops, or wherever else you end up. Of course, it would be easier to keep track of your cable if it was attached to something else you can’t stand to lose.
When we’re looking to see what time it is, we often just check our phones. Of course, our phones are not always constantly on us, so it’s nice to have a fixed point or two around the house that shows the time. We don’t want to have a generic wheel of numbers hanging on our wall though, as that’s what normal people do. We have to show that we’re edgy, nerdy, and interesting, so it only makes sense that we would chuck a bunch of money at a clock that has the same function a $5 version would, but fancier.
If you really enjoy taking photos, then you’ve likely noticed an annoying problem that comes about when you’re trying to print the pictures you’ve worked hard to take and edit. More often than not they come out very dark or tinted a color that you didn’t see on your screen, and there’s a very good reason as to why. The color of your screen and the actual color of the photo are wholly different things, and without help there’s not much you can do to fix it.
If you don’t have a massive amount of money to blow on fancy gaming gear, you still want to find something that isn’t terribly expensive but will do the job. If it looks and feels awesome, that’s always a plus too. Most of the time those ultra expensive mice and keyboards are really only useful to the pros anyway, so there’s no use in paying triple the price if your skills can’t utilize the nanoseconds you’ll save.
Do you have family members and friends who have problems with digging for information? They want to know everything about you, and even if it’s coming from a good place, they’re just a bit too nosy for their own good. We’re all allowed to keep some secrets, so if you want to keep some digital information safe and secure, it might be better to keep it on a USB, and out of sight.
Where USB technology is concerned, you can be sure that it has grown by leaps and bounds over the years. In fact, when USB 1.0 made the leap to USB 2.0, transferring files, especially large ones, proved to be a cinch. It certainly felt like a breeze for sure, and now that we have been in USB 3.0 territory for a number of years now, even 1TB files (as files get larger and larger all the time to take advantage of the larger capacity and yet more affordable storage devices, not to mention ever increasing data transfer speeds) take just a while to make their way from one device to another. However, where USB connectivity is concerned, there is one thing that continues to bother plenty of people – that is, you will need to plug it into the USB port correctly, and not just any way will do. With that in mind, USB Type-C has done away with this method, meaning you can plug a USB Type-C plug into a corresponding port either way. Satechi intends to make life easier for everyone with the all new Satechi Type-C Hub Adapter.
When you first get into work in the morning it takes a while to get into the flow, and for your morning cups of coffee to make it into your system. After a while you’re ready to settle into the task at hand, and only stop to look away from your screen to get a drink, usually caffeinated, to keep you going. While the first few sips are always gloriously refreshing, we have a tendency to forget about it when we go back to being engrossed in our work.
When it comes to using notebooks, most folks pick one up for a very simple reason – they absolutely love the ability to work while one is on the move, without having to worry about lugging around an entire workstation. Of course, there are varying degrees of sizes where notebooks are concerned – some are larger than the rest, while others which are slimmer might not be all that jam packed with features. One thing’s for sure – no matter how powerful a notebook is underneath the hood, you will always be limited by a lack of viewing space – which is what AOC intends to change by offering their brand new AOC 16” HD Pro USB Monitor, otherwise known as the E1659FWUX-PRO by its model number.