computers

Why All 5G is Not Created Equal

The number of names for 5G is confusing: 5G, 5G Ultra Capacity, 5G Ultra-Wideband, 5G Plus, 5G Nationwide, and more. Why so many 5G names? Why so many 5G icons? What’s the difference between all these 5Gs? Well, in this […]

What is Thunderbolt 4? (& Why It’s The Best Connection Available)

So what is Thunderbolt 4? What is the difference between Thunderbolt 4 and USB4? And what are the benefits of each? Well, in this Decodr episode, let’s dive into what Thunderbolt 4 is and how it actually solves a lot […]

Realme Book Real-World Test (Performance, Battery Test, & Vlog)

I was sent the new Realme Book, the first laptop from the popular phone brand, and it looks familiar. Realme compared it to the MacBook quite a few times at their launch event and there are definitely some similarities but […]

Quantum Computers Explained in the Easiest Way Possible

Everything I’ve seen trying to answer what quantum computers are or how quantum computers work seems to always give me abstract answers and just leaves me with more questions. So in this Decodr episode, I bugged the hell out of […]

Best Mesh WiFi 6 Routers for Every Scenario

Haven’t done one of these in a while so let’s do a best mesh wifi 6 routers video. Now, I already did a best mesh routers video and a best wifi 6 routers video, but now that both technologies have […]

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 Real-World Test (Review, Battery Test, & Vlog)

I take the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 out for a day near my studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. We test the Galaxy Book Pro 360’s battery life, do a review, and explore some local spots to see how it does. […]

Asus Zenbook Duo 2021 Real-World Test

The new 2nd generation ASUS Zenbook Duo 2021 is here. The dual-screen laptop now has some much-appreciated upgrades including a tilted second screen, more powerful specs, and more. In this real-world test, I’ll see how the Zenbook Duo battery lasts […]

Razer Book 13 Real-World Test (First Impressions & Battery Test)

I managed to get my hands on a pre-production Razer Book 13, Razer’s beginning to their new productivity lineup. Let’s see how the battery lasts during various common tasks, how it performs, and go over some of the features that […]

MSI Creator 15 Complete Walkthrough

MicroStar International or as they’re better know MSI, just released a laptop that I don’t think too many people are talking about but I was super interested in checking out because of it’s truly impressive list of specs and as […]

Razer Blade 15 2020 Complete Walkthrough: They Finally Fixed It

Razer updates their laptops a lot honestly. Usually, it’s a new processor or a new display and some other minor bump in specs but this time, oh, this time, it feels like they took all of the criticisms myself and […]

Microsoft Surface Book 3 Complete Walkthrough: A Lot More Powerful

It has been over 2 and a half years since the last update to the Surface Book lineup happened and finally after waiting for this long, we now have a new version of Microsoft’s top of the line laptop (or […]

Pixel Buds on Leather Chair

How to Connect the Pixel Buds to a Computer, iPhone, or Any Android Device

The new Google Pixel Buds make it pretty easy to connect to a Pixel phone. You open the case next to the Pixel with Bluetooth on, open the Bluetooth menu, and it pops up at the very top asking if […]

Acer ConceptD 9 Complete Walkthrough: A Designer’s Dream

Acer, not too long ago, was one of the first laptop manufacturers to realize that there is a huge group of professionals that buy their gaming laptops but not just to play games. They use them for professional applications like […]

What is Malware? The Most Common Types, How They Work, & How to Easily Avoid Them All

The total cost of malware in 2015 was about $500 billion dollars. In 2019, that jumped to $2 trillion, and it’s expected to hit $6 trillion in 2021. To put that into perspective, all of the US’s retail sales throughout […]

How to Use Your Surface Studio as a Monitor

I love the Surface Studio. The design feels futuristic, it’s aspect ratio is great for multitasking, the hinge and pen make it a joy to use for photo editing or just sketching, etc. The issue I have with it though, […]