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If you need a new mouse, keyboard, or webcam, check out Amazon's Logitech sale today.
CableMonsta's 50-foot flat Ethernet cable is just $6.90 today if you redeem the applicable promotion.
This WD easystore model offers a whole lot of storage for backups and extra files that won't fit on your main storage drive.
Whether you're looking to keep an older storage drive in service or put a new one to work, this Aukey hard drive enclosure won't cost you much.
For $6.09, you can pick up 100 Velcro ties today and get those cables organized.
Intel hasn't announced clock speeds for the Core i9 7920X, but we found them in the price list.
Newegg has slashed prices on some of its Rosewill accessories down to $0. That is, if you file the rebates.
For less than $60, the APC Back-UPS Connect will keep your home network up and running for a few hours during a storm.
CDW's price on the Acer XR341CK beats most of the competition—and overall is a very good discount on a curved 3440x1440 monitor.
Just try buying a Radeon card. Or a GeForce, for that matter. And the reason has to do with money, specifically, cryptocurrency and its greedy miners. Learn the truth behind this major worldwide shortage in our "Full Nerd" show.
Let the core wars begin! It's 18 cores in Core i9 vs. 16 cores in AMD's Ryzen, specifically Threadripper. Which will prevail? We go over all the numbers in Full Nerd
MSI GT75VR Titan is big, beefy, and one of the first HDR-ready laptops, with not one but two HDR-ready options, and of course it's VR-ready. But is something this heavy really portable? Check out our detailed hands-on here.
Microsoft's Surface Laptop provides excellent battery life inside an attractive package. Move over, MacBook Air.
Apple has finally updated the iMac, so if you're in the market for a new computer, now's the time to do some shopping.
AMD says its new Radeon Vega Frontier Edition has the potential to disrupt professional graphics the way Ryzen has disrupted CPUs.
We took AMD's disruptive Radeon Vega Frontier Edition for a spin in workstation tests and gaming too
SanDisk's discrete thumb drives are the perfect fit for laptop users on the go.
In this episode of The Full Nerd the gang discusses PCWorld's Core i9 review, building an Xbox One X PC, and the first 32-bit consumer sound card.
Consider the pros and cons before you embark on the journey of building your own Mac.
Rob Griffiths decides to replace his nine-year-old Hackintosh (dubbed Frankenmac) with a new DIY Mac.
You can build your own Mac, if you’re willing to put in the time and effort. A whole lot of effort.
The Full Nerd crew discusses why it's currently hard to match the Xbox One X's price and specs.
Currently, you can get a 1TB WD easystore drive for one of the lowest prices we've seen.
Hunting for a mechanical keyboard with Blue switches? Aukey's 104-key KM-G6 is down to an all-time low.