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The Stack is a great idea marred by a meh implementation.
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With a layer of quantum dots in front of the LED backlighting, the Philips 276E shows colors you'd forgotten existed.
If there’s a codec VLC doesn’t support, we haven’t found it.
If you're looking for an M.2 upgrade, this is the drive to have.
We cover the most important features you should look for in a smart TV and evaluate four new models.
Android TV support lends this TV lots of flexibility.
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Though a decent performer most of the time with small data sets, the Q300 slows to the pace of a hard drive when writing large files. Worst of all, it's not priced appropriately.
New SSDs are arriving based on TLC, but they suffer severe performance issues when writing large amounts of data.
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