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Tekzilla feeds your tech hunger! Patrick Norton and Shannon Morse bring you hands on reviews of the latest gear, tips and tricks that improve the tech you already own and conversations with the most informative experts around.
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What should you do with a spyware/malware/virus infected PC? Don't spend the weekend cleaning it like Patrick did... just fire up a copy of Darik's Boot 'n Nuke, wipe the drive and re-install your OS! (And change all your login passwords from a clean machine!)
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Wondering what the best surround sound headset is for gaming? (They work for movies, too!) GDGT.com founder Ryan Block. He's tested two of the best options out there: Astro Gaming's A40 Audio System and the Turtle Beach EarForce X41. Which one sounds best? Watch the video to find out!
Patrick bought a Kodak Zi8 to get video of his toddler... and he's got a few tips that apply to any pocket camcorder: Kodak, Flip Mino or Creative Vado. First tip? Don't bother using the digital zoom! Find four more tips in the video.
The audio and the video aren't in sync when you're playing Flash video? If you're talking some weird home made video on YouTube... it's probably the video. But professionally produced stuff, say on Hulu or Revision3? You might have a problem with your machine. We'll tell you what to do in the video!
Ben's on the hunt for a 'budget' gaming laptop. He's got $1200 to spend, which sounds like a lot, until you see how many $2000 and $3000 gaming laptops are out there! Alienware's M11x... a netbook sized gaming machine should come in under $1000, deliver 30fps gaming on graphically intensive games... and still give you 6 hours of battery life when you're just browsing the web. But, Ben, if you're playing World of Warcraft just about any $600 notebook will take care of your gaming needs!