Mark Garham

@Garham joined 12 months ago 3 Points

Colorado native. Like being outdoors. I use GoPro and DJI for most pics and vids.

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Best Headset for Gamers

I used to think that any headset would do. I wasn't picky at all. I quickly realized I'd been missing the immersive experience when I tired my buddy's #HyperX Cloud Alpha headset. I became an instant convert. Get a decent headset and you'll be blown away by the difference. #gamer #gaming ... See more

Gnarbox 2.0

It's the perfect media storage device for #photographers and #videographers who capture the outdoors. I got one when it was featured on #Kickstarter and it's incredibly durable. It fell out of my pack over the ledge of a small cliff one time and it still worked perfectly once I recovered it. ... See more

Better Look over Your Shoulder, Sonos

From the reviews it looks like #Roku's audio lineup is not only #affordable, but the quality of its #smartsoundbar and #subwoofer could give #Sonos a run for its money. Maybe there's a price break on Sonos speakers in our future. #affordablegadgets #tech #techdeals #audiophile #speakers #audio

A Cam for the Gram

The #Insta360Go is a tiny #camera that allows you to shoot 30-60 second clips. It has built-in AI that helps you find your best shots so you can upload them to #Instagram. To me, it seems a little pricey for what it does, but it's supposed to have the best stabilization technology available so it... See more

People still Want to Play CDs

Some audio makers have gotten wise to the fact that many music enthusiasts still have their vast CD collection and would like to play them. That means cashing in on a niche that's far from dead by creating versatile compact players.

Any Hope for Galaxy Fold?

Samsung's fans and critics alike are comparing the recent fiasco with the Galaxy Fold with the exploding, burning batteries that haunted the Galaxy Note not long ago. Do you think Samsung can redeem itself?

Garmin's Latest Running Watch

Garmin's watches do a fantastic job with physical tracking and if you're a runner, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better brand. According to the review, Garmin's latest watch, the Forerunner 245 Music, is a huge upgrade.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
MSI is a well-known manufacturer of gaming machines and they've been around for a while.  Unfortunately, they have a bit of a rep for providing horrible customer service.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham - Edited
Esports gamers usually have their kit specially made and it's often based on sponsorships.  So who is the DDR4 RAM customer?  It would be awesome to get those speeds, but I can't see anyone outside of professional gaming dropping a grand on a... See more
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Garham - Edited
That was a great article.  I especially liked the 80-year-old's enthusiasm for the technology.  She seemed so thrilled that she got to experience it in her lifetime. 
one year ago 10 Points
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Darrenjax
It wasn't long ago that most phone owners didn't even bother to password protect their phone.  Why is it treated like such a tragedy now if someone can access it?
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I think some of it has to do with how the companies hype this new technology.  It's talked up as though a fingerprint scanner and facial recognition software are the end-all be-all of security.  
one year ago 5 Points
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Fancyyfrog
I am probably one of the very few people who has no problem with my personal data being out there. I never give super personal or sensitive information like my social security number, and I don't see a problem with my data being out there.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
For some reason it makes me feel uneasy.  I haven't shared anything about myself online that would even matter, but all this data tracking makes me feel like someone is constantly looking over my shoulder.  And they're probably very bored. 
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
It's been a long time since I bought a new game.  Which of the soon to be released games do you guys recommend I try?
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I noticed that you can get the version that can't be modified at a cheaper price, but it's totally worth it to splurge for the one with swappable switches.
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Garham - Edited
Those seem like fantastic earbuds and it looks like they could challenge Apple's AirPods.  I'm glad to see that Huawei bounced back quickly after all those trade war threats.  
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Garham
I like your style and I guess it makes sense not to get your hopes up.   Sometimes I think tech fans (including me) expect the impossible.  I haven't heard of a rental phone company that allows you to upgrade every year.  That's kind of how the... See more
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
Hey, I've been missing your articles so I'm glad you did another write-up for Scooget.  The portability, reasonable cost, and long battery life of the Switch Lite makes it a game changer in my opinion.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
Thanks for sharing this article!  I had no idea that you could get cheaper plane tickets by using a VPN and changing things around.  I'll try that next time.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I didn't expect any of these companies to make any significant changes really.  This is a nice surprise.  I wonder if they're concerned about laws getting passed so they're being proactive in order to head it off. 
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I wish the Livescribe pen and notebook had been around when I was in school.  I bet it makes taking notes and studying for exams significantly easier.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
 I need to get one of those smart Brita pitchers.  I always forget to buy filters until it's too late, so I wind up heading to the store for a case of bottled water.  It's a drain on my time and finances and just adds more plastic waste.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I hope everything doesn't move to the cloud.  I do a lot of camping and traveling and can't imagine being tied to an internet connection like that. 
one year ago 4 Points
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Phoenix
I never thought of it that way.  That doesn't get any of them off the hook for paying low wages in sweatshops overseas or for making their products end prematurely so we have to buy a newer model, but I suppose they are doing good too.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
Eh, they would do better if consumers quit buying the stuff.  I think we all like the combination of convenience and decently priced stuff to do much about it.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
My niece will go crazy for those Pooh Bear earbuds so I went ahead and  ordered some.  I'm glad you added  them to your collection, @00Kat00.
Garham commented on Which to Buy?
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I'll happily buy used tech and pocket my savings when the device comes with a good warranty like what you'd find with Dell and Apple.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
Vacuuming is a simple chore and it seems a bit silly and indulgent to buy a robot vacuum, but I'm starting to see the appeal especially for the one in this collection.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I'm not certain, but from looking at the collection I think it's more about adding nice stuff here and there.  Personally, I'm not buying a watch that  pricey unless it's a Rolex.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
That Wacaco Minipresso looks amazing.  I'm another coffee lover who can't go a day without it.  I even pack coffee for trekking and camping.  A device this size looks handy.  I'll be getting one of these so thanks for the idea @Pete205!
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I'm sure it will be popular.  I haven't seen it in person, but in photos it looks cheaply done.  I wonder how durable this version of the Switch is?  
12 months ago 6 Points
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Silentcrescendo
I finally figured out that I had to click on the collection tag to see what you were talking about.  The UI would be more intuitive if the collected items were automatically displayed in the window. 
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
That part does make it hard.  It's also tricky to tell who made the collection in the first place so if I like something, but had some questions about it, I wouldn't know who to ask at first glance.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
From the list, I'm going to download Dark Sky next.   Their predictive weather mapping sounds interesting and would be helpful when I'm planning hikes and outdoor sports.   
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
The Oculus Quest is only $400 and with the deal you posted it looks like the Samsung Odyssey is less than $300.  All this competition among VR makers is helping my wallet.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I'm not personally familiar with Huawei's products, but from what I've read, they make some excellent budget phones. I can't imagine that it would be good for our economy if those affordable options went away.  Not when it's more popular than... See more
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham - Edited
I'm glad that Alexa will be able to handle more than one request at a time without having to repeat the wake word.  I've never gotten used to saying the name over and over and it was frustrating at times.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I'd say it's more lucrative for HTC to target businesses instead of gamers.  I bet this model will have games made for it eventually,  or a lighter version of this headset will.  One potential issue I see is that it sounds like this headset... See more
one year ago 11 Points
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Gregp
Wow, really nice. I definitely want one, though I suspect they'll be even more expensive than a Razer or Alienware machine - and that's really saying something!
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
Yeah, you know it will cost a pretty penny!  I still want one though.  I tried DIYing a second screen onto my laptop through a well-constructed tutorial on  Instructables.  In theory it was a good idea, but in practice the second screen was... See more
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Garham
They do appear rather similar.  Do you think this will turn into a big intellectual property lawsuit of some sort?   I'm guessing that Samsung is smarter than to have breached the law so surely not. 
one year ago 23 Points
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Aba1940
To be sincere, I hardly play games on my phone. However, after going through the article, I have settled on 'The Gardens Between' since I have always had a bias for puzzle games. 
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
Man, I wish I could say the same Aba1940.  I keep thinking that I should listen to an educational podcast during my morning bus ride, but I'm unable to resist the fun that is Cure Hunter.  I blame the Zombies. . . and my lack of willpower.  
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham - Edited
I think Huawei will be hurt more simply because big companies like Google have cut their contracts with the company.  I'm anxious to see what Huawei's strategy will be moving forward.
12 months ago 3 Points
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Garham
I'm incredibly interested to see where this goes.  I hope Samsung really has made the appropriate corrections because the company will get roasted if consumers spend that much on a phone that fails.  

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