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How to Watch Local Video Files on Your Wii U

Nintendo’s Wii U has apps for watching Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, and all kinds of other streaming video. But Nintendo doesn’t offer an app that will play media files from an external drive or media server. Here’s a little trick…

Should You Buy a 4K Computer Monitor?

New 4K monitors are dropping in price, and they are available almost everywhere. They can be found now for a few hundred bucks, and we’ve seen some great sale prices. But are they worth the money, and should you upgrade?…

How to Draft the Perfect Arena Deck in Hearthstone

Love it or hate it; there’s no denying that Hearthstone is one of Blizzard’s most popular fresh IP’s to hit shelves in years. Both the competitive “ladder” system and the game’s own “arena” format have proven to be a runaway …

Is It Finally a Good Time to Buy an Apple TV?

When Apple dropped the price on its third generation Apple TV to $69, we still recommended holding off until Apple released a new version. The new Apple TV has arrived, so today we’re going to discuss whether we now think i…

How to Manage Storage Space on the New Apple TV

The newest Apple TV box comes with its own integrated storage so you can download apps and games. Of course, this space is limited and you may find yourself running low after awhile, so today we’ll explain how to free up spac…

What is an eGPU, and Why Should I Want One?

Imagine a perfect world, where you can buy the thinnest, lightest, and sleekest laptop around, but still get the same amount of gaming horsepower out of it that you’d expect out of a full-tower desktop. For years, the idea o…

How to Play Gwent in the Witcher III: Wild Hunt

It’s the game within a game that some people argue might actually be more fun than the actual game itself. The tabletop deckbuilding simulator Gwent, found inside CD ProjektRED’s The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, has proven to be…
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