The original O11 Dynamic was a huge hit, regarded as one of the best PC cases for high-end builds and custom water cooling one can buy. This PCMR edition lathers the chassis in chrome and replaces the tempered glass panels with one-way tinted and mirrored glass, all for maximum shine. … [Read more...] about Lian Li and PC Master Race’s 011 Dynamic Is a $160 Limited Edition Case Finished in Chrome
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Versatility Versatility ranks second only to convenience when you consider how we use cordless vacuums. Especially when equipped with the proper accessories with simple attachment mechanisms, cordless stick vacuums transform quickly to suit the task. The Roborock H6 stick vacuum comes standard with a carpet brush, dusting brush, motorized mini-brush, crevice tool, and a flex tube for exceptionally hard-to-reach areas. With one click, you can Remove the H6’s stick to convert it to a handheld vacuum to clean furniture, stairs, car seats, and other areas where the longer form would be unwieldy. All accessories store on an accessory rack that integrates with the charging dock. … [Read more...] about Here’s why you need a cordless vacuum in 2020
Let's take a trip to Intel processor land. Would you rather perk up your PC's performance by drinking in some Coffee Lake or by skating through to 10nm with Ice Lake? You could follow the Skulltrail or descend into Ghost Canyon, but don't forget to cross the Ivy Bridge first. If you're confused, welcome to the club. Intel gives all of its processors code names which could be based on real lakes, bridges, canyons, mountains or . . . something else. Eventually, all the products end up with marketing names such as Intel 10th Gen Core Series, but these names aren't particularly helpful when a "10th Gen" product could easily be either Ice Lake or Comet Lake, which are completely different architectures. … [Read more...] about Deciphering Intel’s Codenames: What’s With All the Lakes?
Inferno (1980) Inferno is the second entry in Dario Argento’s Three Mothers trilogy, following on the highly successful Suspiria of 1977. Though it may pale in comparison to its predecessor, Inferno still cherished much of the styling and effects that made Suspiria stand out, from the evocative color palettes to the thrilling nature of its underlying narrative. Upon the sudden disappearance of his sister, which follows closely upon her finding of a rather odd book called The Three Mothers, Mark Elliot (Leigh McCloskey) leaves Rome immediately to uncover her whereabouts and to investigate the deeper depravities locked away within her New York City high-rise. Despite being overlooked far too often, Inferno was named among the 50 greatest horror films of all time in a 2005 issue of Total Film and was also included in the U.K.’s video nasty list, both proving its status as one of Amazon Prime’s most terrifying selections. … [Read more...] about The 50 best movies on Amazon Prime right now
And naturally, you can’t expect a smart home hub to be a smart home hub if it doesn’t also keep your home safe, right? Brilliant Control comes with a built-in camera, privacy cover, and microphone, which make it easy to not only add video or voice intercom to your house, but to keep an eye on things as well. … [Read more...] about The long-awaited Brilliant Control smart home panel is finally available