Happy New Years! Let's get DIY and make your favorite gloves work with the touchscreen on your phone!
Happy New Years! Let's get DIY and make your favorite gloves work with the touchscreen on your phone. Should you remove your hard drive before you move your PC? Car audio upgrades: what about acoustic insulation? Gaming Headsets: Astro A50, Sennheiser U320wired, wireless, stereo vs. surround sound... and is Dolby Headphone any good? Can you upgrade the video card in your PC? PDF Split and Merge can join those document scans!
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Brent writes, "I just got a new car and I'm a bit of an audiophile, just not a rich one. What kind of car upgrades for sound are easy and or cheap and what do you guys see as overkill? Thanks bunches!" We talk about speakers, head units, amps, and insulation kits like Quiet Ride in the video!
Nothing says the holidays like staying at home and playing video games... So today Veronica has reviews of three headsets in the low, mid and high price range that work on PCs, the Xbox and PS3: PDP's Afterglow, Sennheiser's U320, and Astro's A50. Watch the video for Veronica's review!
Can't stand taking off your gloves to use the touchscreen on your phone? We'll show you how you can make your gloves or mittens work with your touchscreen! After reading Turn Your Favorite Mitts Into Gadget-Compatible Manipulators in PopSci, our AP Michael Hand headed over to Etsy to get some silver plated nylon thread. What did he do next? Watch the video!
3B tweeted "Can I put a video card in my desktop?" Sounds like somebody's looking for better gaming performance... atch the video to find out what you need if you want to upgrade the GPU in your PC!
A viewer wrote in looking to combine scans of documents... more specifically, two halves of a legal scan made on a small scanner. We asked you for ideas, and you sent 'em a dog pile of 'em, including the most excellent (free and open source, too) PDF Split and Merge Basic! Thanks! Watch the video for more ideas on joining files!