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CutiePi: Raspberry Pi Projects on the Go

A portable Raspberry Pi is something of a dream that most Pi enthusiasts would desire. The power and availability of the Pi with none of the wires and mess. The latest to attempt this lofty goal is the CutiePi tablet, currently seeking funding via Kickstarter. Image 1 of 3 (Image …

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Cyberpunk 2077: Cause Chaos in Night City

Cyberpunk 2077 may have slipped to November 19, but CD Projekt Red have gone full throttle on building a richer world across various media outlets. A Netflix series entitled Cyberpunk: Edgerunners is in the works, a supporting graphic novel series,  and a Cyberpunk 2077 themed gaming chair in which to …

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NanoPi NEO3 Offers Network Storage in a Tiny Package

Raspberry Pi alternative FriendlyELEC have a history of producing ever more powerful single board computers (SBC) for a variety of applications. Their latest board the NanoPi NEO3, discovered by CNX Software seems to be a small device with which to build network storage applications. NanoPi NEO3 Specifications SoC: RockChip RK3328, …

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Cyberpunk 2077 System Requirements: What Hardware Do You Need?

Cyberpunk 2077 is coming, on November 19. That’s the latest release data, the third and hopefully last time the official launch has been pushed back. Developers CD Projekt Red won’t want to miss launching in 2020 either, considering the source material (i.e., the Cyberpunk 2020 pen-and-paper RPG). But what sort …

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Best SSDs 2020: From Budget SATA to Blazing-Fast NVMe

Finding the best SSD (solid-state drive) for your needs is important for any system. A slow storage drive is a major bottleneck, making your processor sit there twiddling its clock cycles, waiting for data. To speed up your reads and writes, you need a fast SSD. That’s why we thoroughly …

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Silverstone Fara R1 Review: Compact ATX Mesh, With Style

Today’s best Silverstone Fara R1 deals When we published our review Silverstone’s SETA A1, the company wasn’t exactly thrilled with our verdict. But since the Phanteks P300A did quite well as a $60 mesh case with one fan, Silverstone offered to send their FARA R1 in for review. This case …

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