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It may seem like size is all that matters when it comes to buying a monitor, but there’s a lot going on under the hood. This video from Techquickie tells you everything you need to know about LCD monitors as fast as possible.
Dear Lifehacker, I read your guide to what to do with my old computer parts, but I’m interested in your last suggestion: selling them and making some money!
Like the look of all-in-one computers such as the Apple iMac or Dell Optiplex but prefer building your own computer? The Thin Mini-ITX form factor lets you have the best of both worlds.
Dear Lifehacker, All of a sudden, it seems like there are touchscreen PCs everywhere. I’ve even seen monitors and all-in-one desktops touting their “built for touch” features. While I like the touchscreen on my tablet, I’m not sure what the point is on a laptop or desktop. What advantages do these new touchscreen PCs really offer?
If you’re not one of the lucky few to get in on Google’s Project Glass, but you like the idea of a wearable computer that records video and can show you contextual information in real time, you don’t have to wait until Google’s version hits the markets. IEEE Spectrum’s Rod Furlan built his — here’s how you can too.