Working from home has been challenging in ways I had not expected.
We have recently an influx of Mac users wanting to migrate to PC but they generally have a few concerns. The first is having to learn Windows. The other is having Thunderbolt support. Let’s see how we address those issues.
Video overview of the standard cases used for Puget Systems computers, as of early 2016. Narrated by William.
Recommendations for PC gaming computers, covering the four main components that affect performance: CPU, RAM, drive, and video card. Updated for hardware available in late 2015 / early 2016.
Recommendations for PC gaming computers, covering the four main components that affect performance: CPU, RAM, drive, and video card
I sat on a chair made for a Kindergartner in the back of a dark auditorium waiting for my daughter to perform at her school Christmas program.
You can almost feel the nervous energy coming from the children and especially the parents like me who are not sure if their child remembered to bring their sheet music, instrument and every part of their costume including the reindeer antlers.
I recently returned from Las Vegas where I attended an Intel partner event. Over the course of three days, I was able to listen to many speakers give us their predictions for the future of computing. We were presented with demos of fancy all-in-one PCs, sleek new laptops as well as beefy workstations powered by quad Xeons. If Intel was building chips for it, we saw it or heard about it.
By now, most folks have seen Apple’s updated Mac Pro – or as I like to call it, the trash can. I kid, I kid! In all seriousness, though, we are often asked how our workstations – like the Genesis line – compare to the hardware Apple has put in the new, miniature Mac Pro. Read on to find out…
Back in December, Brett brought some interesting information about the sales of Windows 8 vs. Windows 7. Yesterday some not so good news dropped about the state of PC shipments in the last quarter.
So I thought I would do a follow-up because the last quarter here at Puget has been great, contrary to the market at large.