Ep. 4: CES hangover

LG’s curved OLED wall at CES 2019

Know More Tech is back! And somehow, I’m still recovering from CES. In this episode, I go over a few quick highlights from the show, including OLED, 8K TVs, and NVIDIA’s sick new RTX laptop graphics cards. As for questions, this week it’s all about TVs and video games.

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Questions

  • How bad is juddering and ABL (automatic brightness limitation) on LG’s OLEDs? — Liévin
  • Is my $1,500 Sony LCD awful? — Tony
  • How will game streaming evolve? — Chris from Mexico
  • Which video game console should I buy today, an Xbox One X or PS4 Pro? — Lynel Dsouza

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Ep. 3: How to give a tech gift

flat lay photography of baubles and ornament
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In this week’s episode, we go over the right and wrong ways to give out tech gifts. Spoiler: It involves thinking a lot about who the gift is for, and why they need it. Nobody wants a doorstop they’ll never open. We’ve also got a few questions around buying tablets for kids, and what to do with all of your electronics junk.

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Questions

  • What are some great inexpensive tablets for kids? — Hemant Naidu
  • What can replace my Lenovo MIIX 700? — Glenn Thomas
  • Any recommendations on a Fitbit and similar fitness trackers? — Justin
  • What’s the best way to get rid of old tech? — Larry Vargas
  • When will tech get easier to use? — Brian Dale
  • Thoughts on 4K HDR projectors? — Randy M.

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  • Music by Mallory “MaLix” Johns

Ep. 2: What’s a computer?

On this week’s episode, we join up with Dwayne De Freitas from The Drill Down podcast to tackle a big question: What, exactly, is a computer? And how do the various components work? We also dive into a few computer recommendations, as well as the fate of Apple’s PCs in 10 years.

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Questions

  • How does a computer work? – Raja
  • What’s an inexpensive laptop that can run Steam games? – Ryan
  • What’s a good PC for Photoshop and Illustrator under $1,000? – Kyle Kizu
  • Where do you see the Mac in 5-10 years, will creatives stick with them? – Deniz Schreiber
  • Have we reached a point where smartphones are so good, we don’t need to upgrade as often? – Mike

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  • Music by Mallory “MaLix” Johns

Ep 1: Black Friday & 4K TVs

flat screen television
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We’re kicking things off by breaking down what matters with Black Friday this year, as well as what to avoid. (PSA: Maybe don’t jump on every single deal.) And of course, it’s that time of the year when everyone is thinking of upgrading their TVs, so we’ve got plenty of questions about 4K sets.

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Credits

  • Music by Mallory “MaLix” Johns