Netbooks vs. Tablets: What is the difference?
Combining portability with accessibility, netbooks and tablets allow users to stay connected while on-the-go. Since their inception in 2007, netbooks have helped users enjoy the simplified features of a compact and lightweight computing tool... Read More
What is Apple TV?
Apple TV is a digital media player that instantly delivers blockbuster movies, TV shows, news, full sports seasons, music, content from other Apple devices and more to any high-definition, HDMI compatible television. Apple TV enables users to access an extensive variety of publicly aired programs as well as subscriber accounts and personal media... Read More
What is DDR4 RAM?
DDR4 SDRAM is the abbreviation for "double data rate fourth generation synchronous dynamic random-access memory", the latest variant of memory in computing. DDR4 is able to achieve higher speed and efficiency thanks to increased transfer rates and decreased voltage. The last dynamic random-access memory update, DDR3, came out in 2007, but developers began working on DDR4 back in 2005... Read More
What is IPS?
IPS, also known as In-Plane Switching, is a type of monitor display and screen technology. More specifically, an IPS panel is a type of TFT LCD (or "active matrix" LCD). LCD, or Liquid Crystal Display, is the use of light modulating properties from unlit liquid crystals for providing a flat panel or electronic visual display. TFT, which stands for Thin Film Transistor, is an LCD display variant built and marketed for enhanced color, as well as contrast and black levels... Read More
What is overclocking?
Overclocking is the term for increasing a component’s CPU (Central Processing Unit or computer hardware) to speed up its performance. Increasing the clock rate causes the component to run at a higher speed and perform more operations per second. Overclocking maximizes the speed and performance of your PC beyond its factory setting... Read More