Tuesday, 27 October 2015

Tenda N301 Router [Review]


Tenda N301 Wireless Router Description



Product Description
The N301 Wireless N300 Easy Setup Router is designed to setup more easily for the home user. It complies with IEEE802.11n, delivers wireless speeds of up to 300 Mbps, making it perfect for everyday web activities like email, chat, streaming videos, online gaming and more. The N301 can also work as a client router to connect ISP network wirelessly or uplink AP to share the Internet to every corner,elimating the dead point.

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What it Does?

The N301 Wireless Router is designed to setup more easily for the home user. It complies with IEEE802.11n, delivers wireless speeds of up to 300 Mbps, making it perfect for everyday web activities like email, chat, streaming videos, online gaming and more. The N301 can also work as a client router to connect ISP network wireless or up-link AP to share the Internet to every corner, eliminating the dead point.

Tenda N301 Router [Review]
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Tuesday, 19 May 2015

TVS Gold Mechanical keyboard + Rosewill RT Keycaps [Review]

TVS Gold Mechanical keyboard + Rosewill RT Keycaps [Review]


Before jumping to the review of the TVS Gold Mechanical keyboard, let us see the difference between a Membrane and Mechanical keyboard.

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Membrane vs. Mechanical

Most inexpensive keyboards, like the ones that come with computers, utilize a flexible membrane layer beneath the keys. When you press a key, it causes the membrane to press down and make contact with a bottom layer. This allows current to flow “closing” the switch so that the parent device registers the key press. The biggest problem with this type of keyboard is that you have to completely depress the key, also known as “bottoming out.” There is also little to no tactile feedback. Without tactile feedback it is very difficult to type without bottoming out every keystroke, causing over-exertion and finger/hand fatigue that can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome. Mechanical keyboards, however, use a switch underneath every key. Depending on the type of switch, they have a variety of response and travel times. Key switches will be explained in full detail in future installments, but the differences amongst them include the tactile feel and audible click each produces. Switches on a mechanical keyboard are made to last up to 50 million keystrokes. Think about how often you press a single key, and you’ll realize that’s a long time! Compare that to membrane switches, which typically last around 5-10 million keystrokes, and you’ll see why the initial investment in a mechanical keyboard is well worth it. A mechanical keyboard is the only keyboard with the capability to register all keys at one time (PS/2 permitting), also known as full N-Key Rollover. This is helpful for folks who type really fast and need to be able to hit keys in quick succession. Gamers who need to mash key combos quickly to frag their enemy also benefit. Try it on a membrane keyboard and you may be the one fragged. Certainly the clicking sound on a mechanical keyboard can be an acquired taste, but what is interesting is how many people find it relaxing. You get the rhythm of clicking while you type and often it is a calming sound. Some people find that listening to the clicks helps them create a faster typing speed. Plus, not having to bottom out with each key allows you to move to the next letter more quickly with less energy wasted. Try it for yourself and see if it doesn’t make a difference in how quickly you type.

source: http://www.daskeyboard.com/blog/mechanical-keyboard-guide/#comparison


Monday, 27 April 2015

16 Most Addictive Websites

16 Most Addictive Websites



1. Console Living Room - Created by the Internet Archives, you can play 900 classic arcade games in your browser.


2. Reddit - Reddit is the most addictive website for millions of people worldwide. According to traffic stats, the site makes a little less than 1 million unique visitors everyday and 90% of them are returning users.


3. The useless web - Similar to StumbleUpon (which can also be addictive), but instead of useful and educational sites it shows you completely useless one.


4. Mental_Floss - Random interesting and amazing facts.


5. Plink - Make music with other people live.


6. SNES Fun - Play SNES games in your browser!


7. GeoGuesser - This awesome websites gives you a random street view location and you have to guess where you are in the world. You can also share your map and challenge your friends.


8. Wonder How To - Learn impressive and useful things.


9. 2leep - Collection of bizarre blogs and articles.


10. Eyes In Space - Fly up to the space while you can look around.


11. Uncrate - The ultimate gadget guide for men.


12. Where Cool Things Happen - Daily resource for cool things.


13. Cracked -  Source of bizarre and interesting lists.


14. Faking News - Satiric newspaper. Take nothing seriously on this site.


15. Ovguide - Search for a movie you want to watch or discover new ones.


16. Build With Chrome - Build anything with LEGO in your browser.


Thanks for reading '16 most addictive websites'. Now say Bye Bye to productivity. :D

Cheers!

Thursday, 23 April 2015

20 Websites To Make You Cleverer For Free!


20 Websites To Make You Cleverer For Free!


1. Become an Excel expert



Chandoo is one of many gracious Excel experts who wants to share their knowledge with the world. Excel excellence is one of those skills that will improve your chances of getting a good job instantly, and it will continue to prove invaluable over the course of your career. What are you waiting for?

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Disable Ads in uTorrent

How to disable Ads in uTorrent :


uTorrent  is an great app being used by millions of users around to world to download Games, Music, Movies and Softwares.

I myself have been using uTorrent since the day I got my internet connection in 2006. But the advertisements  on the desktop application got very annoying and using the mighty Internet, I finally found out how to disable Ads in uTorrent.


Ads can be disabled in the Advanced settings in the Preferences menu.

disable Ads in uTorrent