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I Found A Portable Monitor That’s Perfect For My Limited Desk Space

Since I became paralyzed last year, I’ve spent a lot of effort figuring out how to reconcile my need for quick access to game consoles with my limited mobility. Viotek’s new LinQ portable 15.6-inch touchscreen monitor appears to have ended my quest. It’s exactly what I needed to get all my gaming hardware in one…Read […]

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MassDrop’s 35″ Curved Gaming Monitor Just Even Cheaper

Massdrop’s Vast 35" curved gaming monitor is back up for order again, and it’s down to an all-time low of $500, or $50 less than the previous drop. That’s a lot to drop on a screen, but you get 3440×1440 resolution, 2ms response time, and 100Hz refresh speed. Read more… Continue Reading at

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Resize Your Windows Apps to Any Dimensions You Want with ‘Sizer’

Windows: It’s been a long, long time since we talked about the Windows app Sizer, recently rewritten to be more compatible with Windows 10 apps. It’s almost embarrassing given the usefulness of this little utility. With the press of a few keyboard buttons, you can reconfigure the size of apps on your screen to any…Read […]

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Control Your External Display’s Settings From Your MacBook

Mac: Your Mac’s Night Shift and True Tone modes are great and all, but they can be fussy at times, and they might not work (or work very well) with an externally connected display. Separately, it’s also annoying to have to tap buttons and fumble through on-screen displays just to adjust your monitor’s brightness and…Read […]

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Behold, Four Different Systems Running On A Single Monitor

You’ll probably never need to play Prey on PC, Wonder Boy on PlayStation 4, Mario Kart 8 on Switch and Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 on Xbox One all at the same time, but it can be done with Phillips’ 40-inch 4K curved monitor with MultiView. Read more… Continue Reading at

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