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I'm looking to run an HDMI cable approximately 35' from my computer to my home theater receiver. For sake of simplicity, I'll be using cable tunnels attached to the wall, so I'm not too concerned about the best solution being ''future-proof,'' just how to get the best bang for my buck right now. So far I've found my options are:
- a ...
Hi,So here's the scenario: I am moving into a new house with my parents in a couple of months (I am 15) and since it has five floors, of which, I am on the fifth, I was looking into getting a router for my room. I game a lot and so I will be getting a new desktop PC in my room as well as my current laptop, iPad and phone, all of which I would like ...
Seagate introduces a new drive interface: Ethernet
by Sean Gallagher
- Oct 27 2013
t’s not time to say goodbye to the old storage network quite yet, but
a new combination of cloud, networking, and storage technology might
mark the beginning of the end for SANs—Seagate has introduced a new
I have been using a wireless connection since I bought this motherboard last year, and in my college dorm, there is an ethernet hook up. Since the wifi is a bit sketchy, I wanted to switch to a wired internet connection. Now, with this motherboard, from what I can tell, I shouldn't need an added ethernet card of any kind to do this, and it ...
D-Link DGS-2208 - $19.99 + Free Shipping
The average router comes with four ports you can use to create your own
network. Too bad you've got six devices that need to be on your net.
But don't throw out your old router and try to buy one with more ports.
Buy an eight port switch instead. In fact, how about this one?
Designed to work at ...