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    Our favorite gadgets of the last 10 years

    iPhone 5 I’ve owned a lot of iPhones in the last 10 years, but the iPhone 5 was the first. Not only was it my first iPhone, it was the first phone that I went out and voluntarily spent money on, period. Until then, I subsisted on carrier-subsidized Razr flip phones and inherited, indestructible Nokia candy bars.  The iPhone 5 isn’t even that notable in the history of the iPhone, offering a marginally taller display from the 3.5-inch panel previous iPhone models had offered. There wasn’t any big jump in processor, hardware design, or display density (as with the iPhone  

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    HP Pavilion Aero 13 review: A small laptop you’ll want to take everywhere

    Josh Goldman/CNET The HP Pavilion Aero 13 is not your average Pavilion laptop, a product line that is decidedly average. For HP, Pavilion is its everyday line with a focus on value, while its Envy and Spectre lines are the midrange and premium models, respectively. But wow, HP packed a lot of value into the Aero 13: Eye-pleasing magnesium-aluminum chassis, strong processing performance, long battery life, a bright, colorful display and a weight of just 2 pounds (0.94 kilograms). Amazingly, with all that it offers though, it has a starting price of $750. Like Weighs under 2.2 pounds Long  

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    Meet the laptop that displays glasses-free stereoscopic 3D graphics

    If you’re a creator seeking to tackle 3D content, Acer has a laptop that’s ready to help you. It can produce in incredible stereoscopic 3D without the need for 3D glasses. Read on to learn more about this powerhouse of a creation machine. 3D content is certainly an interesting subject. It can be applied to images, videos, video games, and even audio. While some content can be hit or miss as far as its ability to deliver an immersive experience, when 3D gets it right, it’s awesome. So what if you’re a content creator who wants to produce their own  

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    How to upgrade your work laptop without ruining it

    Working remotely has become the norm, and that means work laptops are seeing even more wear and tear. Or, even worse, your laptop is at the end of its life and beginning to chug as you try to get work done.  Instead of waiting for your IT guy to find, pack, and ship a new laptop, you can take matters into your own hands and give your work laptop an overhaul to get it back into tip-top shape. Before you begin Don’t even think about doing anything to your work laptop before checking your company’s IT and device policies. Depending  

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    EGO EXINNO multiport charger fast-charges 6 devices at once

    Tired of your devices all running out of juice at the same time? Charge them simultaneously—and quickly—with this compact 6-port GaN charger. Upgrade your workspace with the EGO EXINNO 240W/120W 6-port wall charger. This multiport charger delivers a powerful 240-watt supply and fast charges up to 6 devices at the same time. It ensures your tech is always ready for you. EGO EXINNO 240W/120W in a video You’re at the office when you notice that your tablet’s battery is at 10%. Meanwhile, your laptop also needs a boost, and you’ll need both for that meeting that starts in an  

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    Twisty Laptops, Bendy Phones: Microsoft Bets Big on Design

    BS: No. MC: Probably 95, about a hundred percent of people would say no, right? BS: Probably not. LG: Yeah, yeah. We’re so used to tasks switching and app switching at this point- MC: Yeah. LG: On our current, somewhat limited, mobile devices. Limited in terms of real estates, that it’s not that hard to do. MC: So, I would argue that the problem that Microsoft is looking to solve, is something that our brains have already solved for us. LG: Hmm. That’s interesting. MC: And we shouldn’t have to pay  

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