Mos Khan

Mos Khan

Mos Khan is an Apple enthusiast, photographer, and writer at B&H. He’s also a frequent banisher of evil and wielder of various legendary blades.

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During its special keynote event, Apple “Unleashed” the updated MacBook Pro lineup, featuring 14 and 16" models with your choice of Apple’s new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. Like the original M1 silicon, these new chips promise to deliver dramatically improved performance and power efficiency. The MacBook Pros were announced alongside the next generation of Airpods, as well as some updated color...
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Sony recently rolled out a new system update for the PlayStation 5 that includes several new UX features, customization options, and added enhancements such as 3D Audio for built-in TV speakers. Best of all, the new update includes support for compatible M.2 SSDs, so users can finally expand their PS5’s base storage. According to Sony, compatible SSDs must be at least PCIe Gen 4.0 and have a...
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During its recent Surface event, Microsoft unveiled the largest revamp of its Surface Pro lineup in years, including the debut of the new Surface Pro 8 and the Surface Laptop Studio laptops. Other devices, such as the Surface Go 3, the Surface Pro X, and the Surface Pro 7+ also received notable upgrades. Rounding out the event were several eye-catching accessories, including the new and improved...
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GoPro has announced the latest entry in its flagship action cam lineup, the HERO10 Black. Featuring an upgraded GP2 processor, the new action cam can now shoot 5.3K video at 60 fps, or 4K...
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September is here, which means it’s once again time for Apple’s annual keynote event. This year, the tech giant made several exciting announcements, including the iPhone 13, an all-new iPad mini, Apple Watch Series 7, and more. Check out all the products that were announced. 9th Gen iPad with 12MP Ultra-Wide Front Camera Apple kicked things off with the upgraded...
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If you haven’t yet heard about gallium nitride (GaN) charging technology, you soon will. The secret behind a new generation of smaller yet more efficient chargers and power bricks, GaN technology is the obvious successor to today’s ubiquitous silicon chargers, and for good reason. What is GaN technology? GaN is a material that was initially used to manufacture certain types of LEDs and LED...
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DJI is expanding its family of motorized smartphone video stabilizers with the newly announced...
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At this year’s “Spring Loaded” event, one thing was made abundantly clear: Apple is all in on its M-series chips. Along with the newly enhanced iPad Pro, Apple introduced a totally redesigned...
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