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How to buy a refurbished iMac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, iPhone, or iPad from Apple

Want a new Apple device but don't want to shell out for a full-priced version? Consider a refurbished model instead. Our FAQ and refurb deal guide can help you choose.

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MacBook Pro Thunderbolt 3 adapter guide: How to connect an iPhone, display, hard drive, and more

Make room in your laptop bag. When you have only one port type, you need adapters to be able to use your gear.

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Amazon knocks $50 off the luxurious Kindle Voyage e-reader

The Amazon Kindle Voyage is $150 now.

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Best laptop bags: Editor's choice for commuting, traveling, and charging your devices

We found some of the best laptop bags for every situation, whether you're commuting everyday to work, traveling abroad, or want to charge your devices on the go.

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The best CPUs for gaming

The best gaming CPUs will help your PC pump out as many frames as possible, as quickly as possible. We pick the best for every budget.

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Why Apple's rumored 6.1-inch iPhone will be the model everyone wants, even with an LCD screen

A new Wall Street Journal report says Apple is ordering more LCD iPhones than OLED ones for next year's cycle. Here's why that's not the least bit surprising.

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It's a great day to upgrade your monitor for cheap

Newegg and Staples have some nice deals on monitors right now, especially if you're into gaming.

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This 12-outlet, three-USB port Anker power strip is down to its lowest price ever

Amazon is selling Anker's loaded PowerPort power strip for just $28 today.

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Hands-on: 8BitDo refines its modern take on Nintendo-style retro controllers

8BitDo continues to put modern touches on controller designs inspired by classics. We go hands-on with the SN30 Pro+, Zero 2, N30 Pro 2, and more at E3 2018.

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Saddleback Thin Front Pocket Backpack review: The best rugged leather backpack for your MacBook

Aside from not having a dedicated sleeve for holding your MacBook, it's basically perfect.

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Lenovo's Legion C530 and Legion C730 Cubes are compact desktops made for esports

Lenovo's Legion C530 and Legion C730 Cubes speak to the esports crowd with their compact form factors housing gaming hardware to spare. They even have a heavy-duty carrying handle.

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AMD: Next-gen Radeon 'Navi' GPUs won't have a multi-chip design like Ryzen Threadripper

AMD's next-gen 'Navi' graphics cards won't feature a multi-chip design similar to the makeup of Ryzen CPUs, Radeon's new graphics chief says.

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Anker's dirt-cheap Lightning and USB-C cable multipacks are the best Father's Day gift

Amazon is running a huge sale on Anker's Lightning and USB-C cables today.

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Intel Kaby Lake G Core i7-8705G review: Why Nvidia should be scared

Intel's combination of Core i7-8705G and AMD Radeon RX Vega M burns up the performance charts and represents a sea change in laptop design.

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Scuf Gaming's luxurious controllers draw inspiration from Forza and... astroturf?

Scuf Gaming was building controllers for enthusiasts long before the Xbox One Elite arrived. We go hands on with the Scuf Impact Turf and Scuf Forza Elite gamepads.

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You can get a 4GB Asus Radeon RX 580 graphics card for $210 with this code

You can pick up the 4GB Asus Radeon RX 580 overclock edition for $210 at Newegg, but not for long.

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Toshiba RC100 NVMe SSD review: A good bargain SSD for laptops

Toshiba's RC100 PCIe 3.0 x2 NVMe SSD is small, thin, light, energy-efficient, and a nice upgrade for your laptop or other portable device.

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Intel confirms plans for a discrete GPU by 2020, and gaming PCs might be first in line

Intel confirmed it would have a discrete GPU product by 2020. Given the company's spotty history with GPUs, the plans to compete again with AMD’s Radeon and Nvidia’s GeForce products have been described as “aggressive.”

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