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Posted 01/13/20
Doug Guerra unboxes the new Macbook Pro 16" and goes over its specs and upgrades from the previous model in this B&H online video. Learn more at B&H Explora
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Posted 03/19/19
Join B&H expert Shanay Cook in the Tech Corner as she tackles your most frequently asked questions about the Microsoft Surface Go. This tablet is perfect for everyday carry and maintains a large 10" PixelSense display that can make it a very practical setup for productivity. Cook addresses questions about peripherals, bundled software, and even helps you figure out which model is best for you. If you have any other questions, please feel free to leave a comment, below. Questions: Does the Surface Go come with the Surface Type Cover and Surface Pen? I have a Microsoft Surface 3 with Type Cover and Dock, will they work with the Surface Go? Can I use a USB-C to HDMI adapter to connect the Surface Go to a projector? Does it come with Microsoft Office? What version of Windows does the Surface Go run? Which model should I get?
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Posted 01/09/19
Every year at CES, vendors from around the world bring their latest and most awe-inspiring gadgets. However, while all things are great in their own sense, there is a definite mixture of “That’s weird” in there with the “Wow, I want that!” Watch as Doug Guerra introduces us to the RoboSea, with its fleet of underwater robots, including the RoboShark, which can be used for ecological studies. There’s also the Varram Pet Fitness Robot, just in case your cat needs some exercise, the Hancom Home Robot, and aesthetic facial evaluation. Have you ever wanted to run while using VR? Thanks to CyberShoes, now you can. Tired of cleaning up after your cat? Now, you won’t have to, thanks to the iKuddle Smart Litter Box. Keep watching and check back often for more of B&H Photo’s coverage of CES 2019.  
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Posted 01/08/19
At CES 2019, Canon proved that it can integrate more than just cameras and camcorders into the smart home. The PIXMA TS702 wireless photo printer features both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity for network printing, plus AirPrint, which allows you to print directly from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. It can print photos and documents ranging in sizes from 3.5 x 3.5" to 8.5 x 14", supports borderless printing up to 8.5 x 11", and has automatic two-sided duplex printing. You can also scan and print documents with your compatible iOS or Android device using the Canon Print Inkjet/SELPHY app. On the other side of the home office spectrum is the new Rayo S1 projector, which features a built-in 2-hour battery that charges via USB and a palm-sized design, making it easy to carry around for on-the-go presentations or movie watching. Integrated Wi-Fi lets you mirror your smartphone, and the onboard Android OS and 4GB of storage let you download a variety of well-known apps. The top-mounted touchpad and familiar Android Home, App, and Back buttons help you navigate the OS. Additionally, the Canon Camera Connect app is built-in, so you can show photos and videos directly from a supported device. Top of Form
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Posted 01/07/19
Jake Estes and the B&H crew traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada to partake in CES 2019. They will be here all week, so stay tuned for the latest product announcements, in-depth booth tours, and all things tech from companies including Sony, Panasonic, Canon, MSI, ASUS, Nikon, Samsung, LG, HP, DJI, and more.
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Posted 11/25/16
In this video, we showcase the benefits of the QNAP TS-251A NAS system and its usefulness in business or home environments. We also explore how this stand-alone system can function as a media server, thanks to its capable Intel® Celeron™ processor, HDMI port, multiple USB 3.0 connections, and two bays. Furthermore, with QNAP’s software, we demonstrate how to set up the TS-251A as a networked DHCP server, which shares data and multimedia content with multiple users. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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