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SanDisk 400GB microSD

SanDisk's 400GB microSDXC card with adapter works with cameras, laptops, the Nintendo Switch, and more, all for $159.99 shipped, today only, originally $249.99. Transfer speeds of up to 100MB/s ensure that you can move all your content blazingly fast - up to 1200 photos in just one minute. Ideal for Android-based smartphones and tablets, this card's A1 rating means that you can load apps faster too. Product page. Continue reading to see it working on the Switch and for more information.

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WD 1TB My Passport Ultra

WD's 1TB My Passport Ultra Portable USB 3.0 Hard Drive fuses metallic and matte finishes to create a sophisticated style, all for $59.99 shipped, today only, originally $84.99. Included WD Discovery software connects to popular social media and cloud storage services, like Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, and Google Drive. Import your photos, videos and docs to the My Passport Ultra drive to help preserve your online life. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.

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Wearable Ergonomic Keyboard

Unlike other keyboards, this ergonomic keyboard is touted as being wearable, as in it features two connecting hooks and a flexible connecting pad that enable one to wear it while standing up. The hooks can rotate up to 20° for different body sizes, and it comes in three different colors to boot: Black Moon, Deep Space and Camo. Continue reading for more pictures.

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MAINGEAR F131 Watercooled PC

MAINGEAR's F131 just might be the perfect water-cooled PC, or at least for those who prefer pre-built systems. All F131 systems are hand-assembled in New Jersey, then shipped out worldwide, complete with antifreeze to prevent the coolant from freezing inside of the reservoir and pipes. The $8,000 configuration features an Intel Core i7 8700K 6-core 3.7GHz/4.7GHz (overclocked to 5GHz), 32GB of DDR4 RAM, two NVIDIA GTX 1080Ti cards, a 512GB Samsung NVMe SSD, 4TB HDD, an MSI Z370M gaming motherboard, 1200W EVGA Supernova power supply, and an optional 12x ASUS Blu-ray drive. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.

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PC Building Simulator

Developer Claudiu Kiss partnered with The Irregular Corporation to publish "PC Building Simulator", and the title is exactly as it sounds, a game that lets you virtually build the ultimate computer rig. The hardware components in the game are sourced from about a dozen licensed partners, which can also be used in a "how-to-build" mode for those who haven't built their own before. continue reading for more pictures, two videos and additional information.

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Corsair M65 Pro

CORSAIR's M65 Pro RGB FPS Gaming Mouse has a 12,000 DPI optical sensor, an adjustable DPI sniper button, tunable weights, and more, all for $39.99 shipped, today only, originally $59.99. The aircraft-grade aluminum frame gives it low weight, and at the same time, extremely high durability. Use the advanced weight tuning system to set the center of gravity to match your play style, and harness the power of CUE for advanced button configuration, macro programming, and three-zone RGB backlighting customization. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on video review and more information.

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IBM World's Smallest Computer

Smaller than a grain of fancy salt, IBM has unveiled a computer touted as the world's smallest, measuring 1mm x 1mm, and it reportedly costs less than 10-cents to make. The top image of a chip on a fingertip shows a total of 64 motherboards, with each containing two of these tiny computers. The computer features a processor with several hundred thousand transistors, SRAM memory, photo-voltaic cell for power, photo-detector, and an LED-equipped communications unit. It's designed to be a data source for blockchain applications, while also capable of performing basic AI tasks, like sorting data. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a seacraft that looks like a plane, but has a car's engine, and docks like a boat.

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Manhattan Computer Parts

Photo credit: Zayd Menk

Artist Zayd Menk spent three months recreating Midtown Manhattan with old computer parts. This 0.0635:100 scale model was created using 263 sticks of hot glue, 27 motherboards, 11 CPUs, 10 CRT monitor motherboards, 18 sticks of RAM, 15 batteries, 12 Nokia E-series phones, 7 power supplies, 4 watches, 4 audio cards, 3 hard drives, 2 telephones and a few other electronic components. He wanted to ensure the structures were mathematically correct, so he collected data from Google Maps, Wikipedia and Reddit. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Glass Keyboard

Despite its strange name, the "F*CKTRON Glass Keyboard" takes the MacBook Touch Bar to the next level, as instead of keys it uses a transparent OLED display that can be customized to your needs, or even used as a secondary screen for watching media, etc. Practical uses include video editing, drawing, making music, and lots more. Continue reading for additional pictures and information.

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WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB SSD

Anker's PowerCore Speed 20000mAh Power Bank features Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 technology, and it's being offered for just $41.99 shipped, today only, originally $99.99. Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 (24W) with Anker's proprietary PowerIQ and VoltageBoost technology deliver the fastest possible charge to almost any USB device. Its 20,000mAh is enough charging power to fill iPhone 7 almost seven times, Galaxy S8 more than four times and iPad Air 2 one and a half times. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on video review and more information.

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