Tag Archives: Ethernet

Panasonic’s Toughbook CF-33 Is the Most Rugged 2-In-1 You Can Buy

While many of the big tech firms out there try to expand into VR, AR, and AI (oh my!), Panasonic seems to have found a niche market, and is sticking with it. The electronics giant, who has made a name … Continue reading


The LG Gram “Coming to America” Is a Force to Be Reckoned With

LG making a new laptop is a big deal. In U.S. markets, the Korean tech giant is normally known for its big, fancy flat screen and curved television sets (which include LED, OLED, 4K, and smart), and of course, popular … Continue reading


Acer Built a Modular PC, the Revo Build Series, Which Snaps Together Magnetically

Usually, building your own PC tower meant you had to have at least a moderate level of knowledge about computer parts. I mean, who wants to pick out hard drives, tower cases, and other components, just hoping they would fit … Continue reading


Bye Bye Buffering And “Notspots”, Eero Encourages More Wi-Fi Coverage

Setting up wireless routers isn’t as easy as plugging in a few cords. Besides the headache of picking one out (there’s endless options), installing it takes some serious patience, and a relatively good password since people are apparently fantastic at … Continue reading