electronics

  1. Top 5 Gaming Systems of 2014

    Top 5 Gaming Systems of 2014
    2014 is shaping up to be a groundbreaking year when it comes to gaming, and the competition is fiercer than ever. Not only have some of the biggest companies released their flagship consoles at similar times, they are also looking to pull away fans from opposing gaming systems with similar game titles, specs, software upgrades, and other features. 1. Xbox One...
  2. Tips to Keep your Electronics Safe in the Cold Weather

    Tips to Keep your Electronics Safe in the Cold Weather
    The United States has been struck by one of the harshest winters in recent memory. While it's important to make sure that you're being safe, it's also important to ensure that you are properly caring for your electronics during this extremely cold season. Although not a lot of people seem to realize it, cold weather can have a very adverse...
  3. Batteries at the 2013 CES Convention in Las Vegas

    One of the great things about being a technology based company right here in Las Vegas, NV is the privilege to attend CES every January. This year was no exception. Many people have said that CES 2013 was not near as impressive as previous conventions have been, and it is true that hundreds of booths were full of nothing more than glittery iPhone cases. However, this year seemed more of a transition year. Much of the technology already released is being improved upon. Focus was put upon waterproofing and ruggedizing the electronics we cherish, as well as making the technology we use bigger, faster, and more streamlined. Continue reading →
  4. How Exactly do Lithium-ion Batteries Work? Part 3

    How Exactly do Lithium-ion Batteries Work? Part 3
    Due to the nature of lithium ion batteries, the volatility and the power they can be rather expensive. Since they are expensive, it only makes sense to make the battery last as long as possible. The first tip to elongating the life of your battery is the discharge cycle. Lithium ion batteries prefer a partial discharge compared to a deep discharge. A deep discharge is similar to a car battery, it requires a large amount of the battery to be used before recharging. It is best to avoid taking the charge to zero for lithium ions. These batteries do not require a memory, so a partial discharge will not harm them.

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