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As far as raw speed is concerned, the Samsung EVO is the way to go. The drives themselves are very reliable and have the faster read (540mb/s) and write (520mb/s) speeds. I myself have a Samsung EVO and it works flawlessly in my PC. In my PS4... well I haven't tried it in there. Some people claim its a bad idea, and that you won't see any difference in ...


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Check BOOK Max3, a 13.3" E-book reader with a micro HDMI.


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Check out this: GeChic 2501H 15.6" 1920x1080 Portable Monitor with HDMI, VGA Inputs. This is a battery-powered, tablet-like form-factor screen from a well-known company. It meets all requirements listed above except for the size requirement - it is about two and a half inches too wide. This product has been on the market for some time; I realize now that I ...


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After our discussion in comments and looking at your requirements - you probably want to go with the nVidia Tegra. As a SoM not as a bare SoC. That's roughly the chip which powers the Nintendo Switch. They did port the Witcher onto it.


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I have a ... "Terabyte 100031N Ultra Slim Wireless Mouse (Black)" This mouse does not use Bluetooth at all. It is simply a "wireless" mouse that uses some sort of proprietary 2.4 Ghz signal to communicate with its USB dongle. That means you can not connect any Bluetooth device to the dongle for that mouse. It is unlikely that you can even use that dongle ...


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HDMI carries audio, so your laptop should be able to output the audio the same way your Xbox and Nintendo Switch are able to. Be sure to select the audio extractor as your sound output on your laptop. Now if you decide that you STILL want an audio switcher, this Nobsound Little Bear is pretty popular.


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Kinect for X-Box One is significantly higher-performing than the version for the 360 unit. No matter what your version, there is an adapter cable available which converts the connection to USB and supplies power, and Windows already contains the Drivers for it. There are various pieces of software which can use it, ranging from basic webcam software to ...


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That card will work, but it's a UHS-II card and the Wii does not support UHS-II, so it can't use the high speeds offered by this card. In fact, the Wii is old enough that even UHS-I cards can't run at their full speed. You'd be overpaying for technology that the console can't use. I'd probably suggest something like this SanDisk Ultra card. They're ...


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Insofar as a Steam Machine is a game console and is sold into that space, Steam Machines running plain SteamOS or Windows are supported by Unity and Game Maker Studio. As they are computers, they can be modded, and insofar as open source linux software like much of SteamOS goes, it can be "reverse-engineered" without much difficulty. Where this kind of ...


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The PS3 had 2 major advantages - it was an open system and the 'cell' architecture, which was easy to program for and fairly powerful. They were also slimline I'd argue that the most sensible way to equal that would be a cluster of regular 'consumer' PCs. The wording of the question though means I'll need to cheat a bit and I'll suggest a steam machine. ...


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