Hello everyone! What I am looking for is a computer or a laptop with the sole purpose of gaming. I intend to purchase the majority of the games off steam and I want a computer with enough bandwidth to support the games. I don't know much about the price of computers but I am looking for computers with price range within $500. Thanks!
I bought Xbox 360 game console last year and I gave it out to a friend as a birthday present but I forgot to add all the accessories even though she bought a brand new set of Xbox 360 accessories. I have bought Xbox One just last month and I wanted to know if it is possible for me to use my Xbox 360 accessories to work on Xbox One?
I have a MacBook and the OS X on it is not working. It doesn't boot anymore. I want to find out a way to make a Mac bootable USB stick from Windows 8 because I have access to a Windows 8 laptop. How can I develop a USB with support for booting Mac?
I am a fan of Blackberry mobile phones. I have always used them and BBM exclusive service was very popular with me and my friends. I have heard that the mobile phone company is going bankrupt and will be discontinued. Is that true and will there be any other Blackberry phones?
I just got my end of year bonus and ended up with some spare cash in hand. I will proceed to ask one of the most difficult and actual question. I want to buy a next gen console and right now I am hesitating between the Xbox One and the PS4. I am currently looking for a multimedia centre rather than a sole gaming system. Which system satisfies this criteria the most?
I just got a Nintendo 3DS and the feature that excited me the most was the 3D camera. Once I got the device I saw that it was not limited to the games but the camera could also be used to take 3D pictures. I was wondering how this is possible. I know that there are 2 cameras at the back but how does it work in details?
I am used to connect my PS3 to my home LAN in order to access contents on my pc, laptop and any other multimedia device on the network. Nowadays, I am faced with the problem. When I turn my PS3 on it is unable to connect to the network. When I check the network settings, I am told to check my DNS. What is a DNS an how can I fix this problem?
I am always told that removing a hardware when a transfer is being made can result in very harmful consequences for my laptop. I have never tried anything of this sort. Can anyone who tried it tell me what the immediate outcome is? Does it do permanent damage to either the hardware or the laptop itself
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