Author: Jonathan Russell

GPD Win – The Ultra Portable Steam Gaming Machine

This Ultra Portable Steam PC Gaming Machine is the GPD Win. Playing Steam games on the go isn’t as easy as it seems. Whenever you sacrifice size you also sacrifice power. The GPD Win on the other hand is an ultra portable Windows gaming device. Full disclosure. I was sent the unit out to review from Gearbest. Grab your own GPD Win here! What is the GPD Win The GPD Win is a full blown handheld Windows PC. With a 720p 5.5” inch IPS Touch Screen, the GPD Win is small enough to fit inside your pocket or a...

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PiDesktop Case Review from Element14

The Element14 PiDesktop case for the Raspberry Pi is something that has a place in the market. It’s not completely obvious who this is for, but this video might give you a better idea. Grab your Pi Desktop case direct from Element14 here https://www.techwiztime.com/PiDesktop

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Create a Windows 10 Virtual Machine on a Synology NAS

Using the Synology Virtual Machine Manager package, this video will show you how to setup a Windows 10 Virtual Machine within a Synology NAS. Find a compatible Synology NAS on Amazon http://amzn.to/2sG4wu5

Follow this step by step guide so you too can create a Windows 10 Virtual Machine on a Synology NAS. This is extremely helpful when trying to isolate software from your main working Windows 10 PC. Please note however, a compatible Synology NAS and 4GB + Ram is required to run Virtual Machines.

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For a complete up to date list of supported Synology NAS units, please visit https://www.synology.com/en-us/beta/2017_VMM/ReleaseNotes/#Virtualization

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Ubuntu Virtual Machine Running on a Synology NAS

Using the Synology Virtual Machine Manager package, this video will show you how to setup a Ubuntu Virtual Machine within a Synology NAS. Find a compatible Synology NAS on Amazon http://amzn.to/2rmOukR

Follow this step by step guide so you too can create a Ubuntu Virtual Machine on a Synology NAS. This is extremely helpful when trying to isolate and test software in a linux environment. Please note however, a compatible Synology NAS and 4GB + Ram is required to run Virtual Machines.

Synology NAS Virtual Machine Compatible http://amzn.to/2rmOukR
Synology NAS Ram Upgrades http://amzn.to/2rCpVj2

For a complete up to date list of supported Synology NAS units, please visit https://www.synology.com/en-us/beta/2017_VMM/ReleaseNotes/#Virtualization

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