Category: News

  • Western Digitals New Format Boosts Hard Drive Space

    Whenever you buy a new hard drive, a certain amount is lost to the fashion in which the drive is formatted. WD’s new Advanced Format drives change the way the drive stores data, giving up an additional seven to eleven percent in free drive space. The new system does away with individual sector headers and […]

  • VIDEO: Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 Review

    The Lenovo IdeaPad Y500 is a great all-around versatile notebook with solid performance, affordability and utility. It comes with an ultrabay that will allow users to customize the notebook with either an additional SLI-enabled GPU, HDD tray, cooling fan or an optical drive (DVD burner). The 15.6-inch HD display, metallic design and responsive keyboard will […]

  • Video Game State of the Union: Changes Are Needed

    It seems less of an opinion and more of a general consensus that this year’s E3 was a bit of a disappointment. While this could be written off as a result of the show’s format and the 24-hour news cycle — virtually none of the news out of the event was, in fact, news — […]

  • Video Editing Best Practices Part III: Build the Ultimate Video Editing PC

    By Dustin Sklavos In trying to get you ready to handle digital video editing, I’ve given you a baseline in video editing terminologyand how to use pro-grade video editing software. These are both extremely important but there’s a third point that’s nearly equally crucial: the hardware. Now it’s true, you can do video editing on […]

  • Video Editing Best Practices Part II: How to Use Pro-Grade Video Editing Software

    By Dustin Sklavos My job here as a writer for NotebookReview is to distill complicated information into something that the average consumer can understand. Most things computer-related have some kind of basic analogy anyone can grasp, but video editing is wholly its own entity. The basic workflow is simple and logical to me because I’ve […]