Computers Archive

In-Depth Review of the Samsung CJG5 Curved 32″ Gaming Monitor

People who don’t play PC games only need simple monitors. That’s because outside of PC gaming, content rarely exceeds 30 frames per second. The same is true for virtually all other aspects of a monitor’s performance. Nobody cares about the difference between 5ms response time and 1ms response time, unless you’ve got the niche needs of a gamer. That’s because game content is fundamentally different. …

Review of the Samsung CJ89 43-inch Super Ultrawide Curved Monitor

A dual monitor setups have plenty of appeal. But for all the advantages, there are still issues. You end up with a pair of bezels between each screen. And unless both monitors are identically sized and calibrated, their side-by-side presentation suffers further. To top it off, you’ve got twice as many cables to manage, and you’re going to use up more desk space with two …

Guide to the Best USB-C to Ethernet Network Adapter

Most cables are pretty limited. They might be able to carry video, but not audio. They might be able to handle 1080p content, but not 4K. Various types of cables broke-off into different specialties, each trying to be good at one thing. What makes USB-C special is it can do almost anything. It’s useful for sending out video signals, audio signals, data, power, even Internet …

Ultimate Guide to the Best USB-C to VGA Adapter Cables

What’s the difference between one USB cable and another? More often than not, quite a bit. Adapters, extenders, and similar cable equipment can wreak havoc on your signal. We all wish these things were as simple as “does it work”, but in practice, things are usually a bit more complicated. Luckily, they’re getting simpler. USB-C is becoming a new dominant standard. It can move video, …

Guide to the Best USB Type-C to USB-A Female Adapter

What uses USB-A? What doesn’t. It’s on wall chargers, car chargers, phone chargers, laptops, desktops, and about ten thousand other places. But the USB format is always improving. The release of USB-C is a big deal, to put it lightly. But the end of a USB-C connection isn’t quite as bulky as older USB-A adapters. In the long term, people will definitely develop a preference …