The Best Gaming Desk Of 2020: Computer Desks For Console And PC Gaming

Estelle Sidler

If you want to get into PC gaming or just figure out the best upgrade for your current setup, the most important factor is arguably your gaming desk. You can have a flashy PC with powerful specs, a 4K monitor, and the best gaming headset or mouse, but if you don’t have the right space to bring it all together, you’ll be left feeling disappointed with the entire setup.

What to look for in a gaming desk

The best gaming desk will offer you plenty of space for all your gaming gear: from monitor and keyboard to mouse, speakers, headset

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Best Walmart deals 2020: big savings on Apple, Bose, Sony and more

Estelle Sidler

Walmart is consistently responsible for some of the best deals on the internet come the big shopping days and seasons, but in reality, the discounts are never over.

Like Amazon and Best Buy, the household US retailer seems to have a year-round sale, offering discounts on big names such as Apple, Bose and Sony. And if you’re looking for the best of them, this page is at your service.

And now that Walmart Plus (the retailer’s answer to Amazon Prime) is live, the savings are bigger than ever.

The best Walmart deals feature some of the cheapest prices in the

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How to measure how much power your gadgets are using — and wasting

Estelle Sidler

A common question I get asked relates to how I go about measuring power consumption for devices. Some people are coming at this from a perspective of pure curiosity, others are looking so save money, while an increasing number are concerned about their environmental impact.

I’ve been monitoring and measuring the power consumption of gadgets for many years now and the tool I use is the HOPI HP-9800 20A energy monitor. I picked mine up from eBay for under $50.

I first came across “the HOPI” (as I like to call it) when it was featured on the Big Clive

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Ohio State researches aim to find treatment for coronavirus patients in new clinical trial

Estelle Sidler

Researchers from The Ohio State University are starting another COVID-19 trial that’s part of ‘Operation Warp Speed.’

COLUMBUS, Ohio — People who have COVID-19 but not sick enough to be hospitalized may be able to help scientists searching for treatment options. 

Researchers from The Ohio State University are starting another COVID-19 trial that’s part of Operation Warp Speed — the federal push to speed up work on getting medications and a vaccine to treat and prevent COVID-19.  

They are part of a multicenter national effort called the ACTIV-2 trial which is aimed at finding a treatment for people who have

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