Computers Archive

iVANKY Truly Optimized MacBook Pro Docking Station Review

Over the past few decades, computers have simultaneously gotten smaller and more powerful. For the most part, this trend has done a lot of good. Back in the early 90s, laptops were big, fat, and heavy, and they weren’t terribly powerful. They could easily give you a cramp if you used them for long periods, and they tended to get warm. As in, “burn your …

In-Depth Review of the WAVLINK USB-C Universal Docking Station

As technology advances, electronics keep getting smaller and smaller. For example, the first hard drive was shipped in 1956, and held only 5 megabytes of data. And when we say “shipped”, we’re not just using a generic term. It was the size of two refrigerators, and had to be moved with a forklift. Today, we have three-terabyte hard drives and tiny flash drives that can …

Review & Analysis of the Kingston KC2500 NVMe PCIe SSD

Some computer upgrades are easier than others. Upgrading your graphics card, for example, is quick and painless. Turn off your computer, unplug it, remove the old graphics card, pop in the new one, and restart. Wait a minute for the drivers to install, and you’re ready to rock. Upgrading your processor, on the other hand, can be a real nightmare. You have to carefully remove …