I Can Finally Admit I Want A Dell

When you think of badass laptops, you probably think of Macs, Alienware, or maybe even some Sony machinery. Toss all of those aside for a moment and hold on to your beer because for the first time in your life you are going to want a Dell for a reason that isn’t because your bank account has $14.08 in it.

Badass Computer with guns everywhere

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Where Did Your Computer Go?

USB sized Cotton Candy Computers

Someone Put A Computer In Your Homework Holder!

How ridiculous does this sound, “computer the size of a thumb drive?” You may be thinking, ya ya, we can probably make some shit little computer like that by now, it’s the end of the world this year. This tiny guy “can run either Ubuntu or Android 4.0, has a dual-core 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and a Mali 400MP GPU that allows it to decode high-definition video.” In addition to that, it’s got a USB on one side for power, an HDMI port on the other side, WiFi, & Bluetooth. Continue reading

Free File Syncing Across Your Devices

A pretty common question that I get asked is how to sync your files to the web and other devices. I have one solution that I pretty much give to everyone, DropBox.

This service is tech as hell so you don’t have to be. In short, it works like this: DropBox creates folders on your computer that all behave like the normal folders you are used to, when you put files or other folders into these folders all of that stuff gets synced to the web. Install it, move some files or folders into DropBox, win. It is so super simple even computer idiots like my friends or mother can do it. Beyond the app’s extreme simplicity in terms of use, it is also a great solution because it works across pretty much every device. So, whether you are on a Mac, Windows, Linux, Android, iOS, or whatever, it still works! You can also access all of your files online from anyone’s computer, anywhere. Seriously, I don’t even use flash drives any more.

Some other great features from DropBox:
-2GB free
-File Versions (they keep backup files of your files, so if you accidentally erase or save over something, you can restore it)

Have you used DropBox before? Let us know what you liked most about it or some cool ways you have found to use it in the comments section below.