Life is Strange, analysis

Life is Strange is a game that can go unnoticed for many gamers. However, those who play it will be left wanting more, due to its mysterious story from the beginning will pique our curiosity.

Our main character, Max Caulfield, starts experiencing strange hallucinations. Afterwards, he starts living repeated moments and then when the player starts discovering what is going on.

Life is Strange

This title offers us a single game mode divided in different stories. The first episode, Chrysalis is the only one available at the moment, but you can buy the whole pack of episodes on Steam for 17 dollars or buy them individually for 5 dollars each. But only as they come out for sale.

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Evolution of Windows 10 and Office Preview

Windows 10 makes its way to see the light after the summer and it has been a couple months since Microsoft began its Technical Preview program, which allowed the users to try the different changed introduced in this Operative System. A more traditional interface which in turn will allow the junction of different devices to a single platform, not common but more homogenous.

Windows 10 combines a more traditional interface with the possibility to use the same application on different platforms besides the traditional desktop apps. The traditional Start menu is back but with the “tiles” system introduced by Windows 8 based on the system used on Microsoft’s mobile Operative System.

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MSI GE60 Apache-629 Gaming Laptop Review

The friends who are familiar with the MSI gaming laptops must know that among many of the MSI product lines the GE series is a gaming laptop whose price is the easiest to be accepted by common people, though a little inferior to the GT and GS series in configuration, the higher price –performance ratio makes gamers "have to love it", here we will introduce the – MSIGE60, a very excellent MSI gaming laptop with the price within $ 1000.

MSI GE60 Apache-629 Specs:

  • Intel Core_i7 4710HQ 2.5 GHz
  • 1024 GB 7200 rpm Hard Drive
  • NVIDIA Geforce GTX850M with 2GB DDR5 vram
  • 15.6-Inch Screen (1920x 1080 pixels)
  • 2 x USB2.0, 2 x USB3.0, 1 x HDMI, DVD SuperMulti
  • Windows 8.1


With brushed metal cover, the texture is improved

MSI GE60 Apache-629

The MSI laptop has had a greater change in the past two years, not only the design of the appearance but also the choice of materials has been recognized by many consumers, the MSI GE60 is no exception. The GE60 is an upgraded version of the older GE60, it continues the main features of the MSI this year in terms of design, chooses a more sturdy metal in the material of the outer lid, and can protect the screen better. In addition, the MSI GE60 uses a brushed metal design technology on the outer lid, at the same time the design of the strip lines gives the outer lid more sense of flow lines.

MSI GE60 Apache-629

The GE60 also puts into distinctive red waist design elements around the body, so that the overall black body no longer looks dull, which produces an echo effect with the Red Dragon logo on the cover.

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Intel HD Graphics 5500 benchmark: What games can it run?

Is the performance of the Low-end discrete graphics cards much better than that of Core Graphics? What games can we play with Core Graphics? These problems have been there since Intel proposed the concept of ultrabooks and the thin and light laptops became more and more popular in the market, the rapid iteration of Intel Core Graphics brought good answers to these questions, along with the release of the fifth generation Broadwell processor, more powerful Core Graphics appeared, what games can we play with it? Today’s game tests will bring actual answers.

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (2015)

The testing machine comes from Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (2015), which uses latest i7-5500U processor, 8GB Ram, 1 TB Mechanical hard drive, 1366 × 768 of screen resolution and whose graphics card is the combination of Intel HD 5500 Core Graphics and AMD R7 M270, during the test process, we will uninstall the drive of the discrete graphics and forbid it to be operated through Device Manager so as not to affect the test results.

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Lenovo Yoga 3 11 inch (2015) Review

Within a few years, Lenovo has successfully beat HP and become the first PC producer in the world. Although the PC industry is bad-mouthed, Lenovo has stimulated and nibbled away the global PC market shares through continuous innovations and new products. The YOGA of Lenovo is such a product line, the successful innovation of four operating modes (Laptop, Tent, Stand, Tablet) seems to be a spring breeze blowing in the whole industry.

The New YOGA 3 11 inch is upgraded to the new fanless design, fashionable, portable, thin and light, fanless, these designs will become the main symbols of this product.

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Best ASUS gaming laptop 2015: ASUS G751JY-DH71 Review (i7-4710HQ/GTX 980M)

G751JY, a new 17-in gaming notebook launched as the flagship of the ASUS ROG series, gets the inspiration for its outlook design from the F-22 fighter. Its Alu-alloy case is coated with a black matte graphics layer, giving the notebook a strong sense of muscle. As for its hardware, G751JY uses GTX 980M, a top-class discrete graphics card and thefourth-generation Intel Core i7 quad-core processor, giving it arguably matchless performance. In addition, it also incorporates one-click gameplay recording capability and 3 programmable keys, offering players much more convenience and flexibility. What improvements does this brand new product boast over its predecessors? Continue reading our review and comments below.





GFX7 retains the classic F-22-inspired streamlined design style of the previous generation of G series notebooks, with a new trapezoid Alu-alloy wiredrawing outer shell added to the upper body as well as a new red logo, making it look unusually aggressive. Moreover, other areas on the top cover of the body are all covered with rubber-like resistant material,giving it a better touch feel. But there is also a drawback with it:fingerprints tend to be left on the material, to which users should pay some attention when operating on it.

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ASUS GTX 980 vs MSI GTX 980 vs Gigabyte GTX 980 vs zotac gtx 980 Comparison, Which one is better?

The latest released flagship graphics card of GeForce GTX 980 by NVIDIA, with Maxwell architecture, has the biggest feature that it completely breaks the record of the performance per watt of the flagship graphics card. With the emergence of these two cards, the structure and competition mode of the traditional flagship graphics card market will change, the era of players focusing only on the performance rather than the experience of the game may have come to an end, and the era that the graphics card again becomes a tool of enjoying games is coming.

The performance per watt means a lot for graphics cards, higher performance per watt represents not only a lower threshold of the use and maximized unit performance, but also means that players do not need to care about such negative factors as noise, high temperature, high power consumption, game lag and even game settings and so on, which are complicated but seen as certain symbols by part of the traditional DIY players, so that they can pay more energy and attention to the process of the game.

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Acer Aspire E5-551G-T0JN Review

Acer recently launched a laptop with balanced hardware configuration and exquisite details and workmanship. The device uses the AMD A10 APU platform coupled with an AMD high-performance graphics card, so its performance is worth the wait. Here we have the full review of this device.

Acer Aspire E5-551G-T0JN

Detail Specs:

  • 15.6 inch (1366 x 768 pixels)
  • AMD A10-7300 2.0 GHz Processor (4 MB Cache)
  • 8GB DDR3
  • 1 TB 5400 RPM Har Drive
  • AMD Radeon R7 M265
  • 2 x USB2.0, 1 X USB 3.0, 1 x HDMI


Acer Aspire E5-551G-T0JN

E5-551G is a continuation of the simple design of Acer notebooks. The body applies a thin and light design. With the exception of the Acer logo on the right the outer lid, there are no other decorations. The outer lid and palm rest, both apply brushed metal technology with impressive texture, coupled with gray black coating, overflowing a sense of mystery. Additionally, the metal material can effectively assist the body to dissipate heat and the firmness is also far beyond the ordinary plastic materials. The body edges apply the currently popular mellow design, so that the whole device looks lively, while the handle feels more comfortable.

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Best Monitor for your Macbook pro and Mac mini 2015

Regardless of the screen size of our computer, either laptop or desktop, many users opt for an additional external display. If you are looking for a monitor, we show you three options that you might like.

How to choose the external display

Choosing the right screen depends on the needs of each user. Obviously, as you use it, you will know if it’s a good or bad idea for it to have certain features or not.

  • If it’s not greater than 22", the minimum resolution that you should look for is Full HD. With a higher diagonal, it’s better to opt for higher resolutions or you will see too much pixels on the screen.
  • If you want to edit photos, it’s important that the screen must be matte and represent 100% or the maximum color profile with which you work with (sRGB, Adobe RGB).
  • As for connections, this is relative but a minimal DVI is necessary. Then if you can get some extra USB or HDMI ports it’s also interesting because you can use it with other devices, such as game consoles.

Three monitors to consider:

In the market there are many options, surely each of you will have your own preferences. My three options would be these ones below. They cover three prices ranges and each one has their own advantages when buying them.

Benq GW2760HS

Benq GW2760HS is the cheapest 27 inch option. With its price, of around 200 dollars, it has a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels, thanks to its AMVA panel, it’s Typical Contrast Ratio up to 3000: 1 and has a brightness of 300 nits. 4ms Response Time, It has DVI connection, DisplayPort, an analogic port and several USB ports.

Dell Ultrasharp U2713HM

Dell Ultrasharp U2713HM: a 27’’ monitor with a resolution of 2560 × 1440 pixels and can represent 99% of the sRGB color profile. When it comes to connection options, it is very well equipped: it has HDMI, DVI (HDCP), DisplayPort and 4 USB ports. Maybe you won’t like tha price very much, as it’s around 500 dollars.

Apple Thunderbolt Display

• Lastly, and certainly the most criticized option, the Apple Thunderbolt Display. Apple’s Monitor has negative points, such as the screen glare but also advantages like the Thunderbolt connection. Its price of 950 dollars makes it prohibitive, and that’s why many people in the world of publishing (video or photo) opt for models of other brands. Likewise, it is also good to know that when seeing the current iMac models, Apple’s monitor should receive an update that would imply a change in design, which would be thinner, and the new filter and anti-reflex panel to improve brightness and color.

As I said above, three options. At least you get an idea with these. And if you’re thinking that 27" is just too large, I will tell you that it’s not like that at all. You get used quickly to it and it is very comfortable to work with multiple applications opened at once. Do you have some other interesting proposal?

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SSD endurance test: 2 petabytes without shaking.

As SSD endurance test has confirmed the reliability upgrade that the last generation solid state units have experienced, with two of the models tested surviving after standing a massive writing test of over 2 petabytes, an enormous quantity of data that a real person would take dozens of years to complete.

The multiple advantages of having an SSD (consumption, noise, heat emission or performance) derived from the absence of mobile parts are evident, but a few years back there were doubts of the practical endurance of the units in solid state as the standard use for massive information storage. Based on NAND flash memories, the successful writings erode the individual memory cells, both in capacity and performance.

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