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W-Credit Disclaimer

6/10/2021 10:55 AM

We strongly recommend that you obtain independent professional advice regarding any tax implications arising from the receipt, accumulation, transfer or spend of any rewards, benefits, discounts or W-Credit. Transfer refers to the transfer of rewards, benefits, discounts or W-Credit to another perso...

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The W-Credit Guide

6/10/2021 10:29 AM

What Are W-Credits?

W-Credit is our rewards program where we reward you for giving us feedback on our services. This is our way of saying thanks so that it helps us improve our services and be of more help to you in the future.

So how does it work?

It is quite simple. You simply use a shopping service ...

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Are you wondering how a solid-state drive works? SSDs function like hard drives, but with different technology. Like USB drives, SSDs use flash memory to store data, which is accessed digitally. A hard disk drive (HDD) uses a spinning platter and an arm that moves across the platter to read each por...

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We don't ask you this so that we can squeeze the maximum amount of money out of you, instead we ask you for this information so that once we get your requirements, we can find the perfect item for you and make sure it meets your current and future needs so that you aren't looking for a new item ever...

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Having trouble with all the technical jargon with SSD and Hard Drive form factors? Don’t know what 2.5 inch and M.2 means? You are in the right place as we explain everything regarding storage form factors

 

3.5 Inch

This is the standard form factor of Hard Disk Drives found on desktop PC’s and can off...

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The Notebook Screen Size Guide

6/7/2021 10:59 AM

Notebooks come in a variety of sizes depending on what you want to do with them, ranging all the way from 10 inches to 17 inches depending on your use for them.

A highly portable notebook would fall in the 13-to-14-inch range while notebook that would be at the desk for most of the day would be 17-in...

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 The main form factors for PC cases in order of largest to smallest are EATX, ATX, micro ATX and mini ITX which all support the next size down components, e.g. an EATX case will be able to support a mini ITX motherboard.

You may have heard of people talking about “Mid-Tower” and “Full-Tower” sized ca...

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The Warranty Duration Guide

6/4/2021 12:48 PM

When deciding to buy take the Type and Duration of the Warranty into consideration? Think ahead especially when you are buying a new Brand or when little to no reviews are available. Tech is not cheap, and it can be very unpredictable even after a year, rather be safe than sorry and be prepared for ...

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The Storage Guide

6/4/2021 12:27 PM

Do I need a 256GB storage drive or a 2TB storage drive? How much storage is enough? How many movies and songs can I fill into this drive?

Read more to find the best storage capacity for you.

Windows needs at least 100GB of storage for cache and its updates so that it can run smoothly without any slowd...

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The Storage Interface Guide

6/4/2021 12:12 PM

M.2 PCIe NVMe Drives

These small, rectangular drives look like sticks of RAM, only smaller. They are usually 80mm long by 22mm wide, described as size 2280, but some may be shorter or longer, so make sure you get one that matches your slot. You can get M.2 drives that support SATA, but most modern de...

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