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Xbox Series X Specs and an In-Depth Look at Its Hardware

Xbox Series X Specs and an In-Depth Look at Its Hardware
With the Xbox Series X and the PlayStation 5 in the works, it’s an exciting time for the future of console gaming. We know that both consoles will tout impressive hardware, and backwards compatibility with today’s games, and now Microsoft is showing off the detailed specs and internals of its next-gen console.

Raspberry P First Anniversary Limited Edition: Blue Raspberry

Raspberry P First Anniversary Limited Edition: Blue Raspberry
The Raspberry Pi is a small computer on a developer board that can be used for all sorts of electronic projects and devices. The little board has been around now for one year officially, and to celebrate the first anniversary of the product launch, RS Components has announced a special limited-edition Raspberry Pi.
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Western Digital 4TB Hard Drive Gives You More Storage Than You Ever Thought You Needed

Western Digital 4TB Hard Drive Gives You More Storage Than You Ever Thought You Needed
Western Digital has announced a new high-capacity hard drive that slots into its existing Black series lineup. The hard drive should offer more than enough capacity for all ofyour torrented episodes of Doctor Who and your cat memes.

SandForce Unveils New SSD Controller That Lets Your Ultrabook Run an Extra Hour

SandForce Unveils New SSD Controller That Lets Your Ultrabook Run an Extra Hour
Unless you’re a hardcore computer geek, you may not have any idea what an SSD controller actually is. Theses processors are used for connecting and communicating with today’s modern solid-state drives. One of the biggest companies that makes controllers for solid-state storage devices is SandForce and the company has announced a new family of controllers called the SF-2200/2100 Client Flash Storage Processors.

Andrew Myers’ 3D Screw Portraits: No 3D Glasses Needed!

Andrew Myers’ 3D Screw Portraits: No 3D Glasses Needed!
Have you ever thought about making portraits using screws? I never did but that didn’t stop Andrew Myers from using thousands of Phillips head screws to create these incredible three-dimensional portraits.

Old Tech Turned into New Stools

Old Tech Turned into New Stools
You never know what a geek is going to get up to with some old hardware on their hands and a little bit of time. Rodrigo Alonso had some donated, chopped up computer parts that were left over from obsolete machine, along with some whole computer mice and keyboards.

Artist Builds a Room Out of PC Parts

Artist Builds a Room Out of PC Parts
I have about six different computers around here along with a hoard of old hardware that is just crammed into boxes. Artist Marek Tomasik has taken three years of his old computer parts and used them to make a room that is creepy, cool, and reminds me of the Borg all at once.

Bitfenix Survivor Computer Case is Cheap and Cool

Bitfenix Survivor Computer Case is Cheap and Cool
Being a computer geek, I can tell you from experience that not all cases are created equal. I have had cases before that won’t fit my longer video cards and I have had cases where the cooling system let the PC hardware inside run too hot.

Nintendo Dsi Ll Officially Revealed: Bigger on the Outside, Still the Same Inside

Nintendo Dsi Ll Officially Revealed: Bigger on the Outside, Still the Same Inside
The rumors were right – Nintendo officially unveiled the DSi LL, which is basically a Nintendo DSi but with much larger 4.2-inch screens, a 93% increase over the 3.2-inch screens on the DSi. The DSi LL also has 2 pens, a relatively jumbo sized 5-inch pen and a smaller pen that’s still slightly larger than the touch pen on the DSi.

Computer Repair Book Educates Through the Power of Flowcharts

Computer Repair Book Educates Through the Power of Flowcharts
Let it be known that on this great and blindingly sunny morning I accomplished yet another first here at technabob: I got dibs on the word flowchart. As unbelievable as that sounds this is indeed the first post here that contains that superficially geeky word.

“Black Lines of Death” on the Wii, Just in the Time for the Release of the Black Wii

“Black Lines of Death” on the Wii, Just in the Time for the Release of the Black Wii
the bbps‘ Marc DeAngelis is one unhappy Wii-owner. His friend pointed out several black vertical lines that flickered on and off the screen while they were playing. His friend added that that same thing happened to him; he had to have his console’s GPU replaced.

Ybox2: Set Top Box in an Altoids Tin

Ybox2: Set Top Box in an Altoids Tin
Here’s a fun weekend project for all you hardware hackers out there. The Ybox2 is the latest version of a programmable IP-connected set top box which can fit entirely inside an Altoid box. The system can be programmed to display widget-like channels on your television, using a library of freely-available software.
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