Nintendo customer support recently asked users to avoid using alcohol to clean Joy-Cons, as this could cause the plastic to "fade or deform." Unfortunately, Nintendo suggested using a "soft dry cloth"--I'm sorry to say that this definitely won't disinfect your console. This isn't the first time Joy-Cons have had issues due to build quality. At the Switch's launch, Nintendo advised against using controller skins as removing the skins could destroy the controller's finish. Last year, the company was met with much criticism when users started to notice that their Joy-Con's analog sticks started to drift. … [Read more...] about How To Clean Your VR Headset, Controller, Phone, And Other Tech This Weekend
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A look at some gaming PC buildsWe've included a breakdown of our recommended PC build alongside a much more affordable gaming PC build. This should give you an idea of the vast price range you can expect when starting to build your first PC. More expensive PC builds will absolutely rock your bank account, but they're more likely to be future-proofed--you won't need to upgrade the PC's components for quite some time, and when you do, you likely won't need to upgrade more than your graphics card. The cheaper PCs can still provide an excellent experience at a much more affordable price, but you may need to upgrade it more often if you want to keep up with new releases. Either way, you're sure to have a fantastic gaming experience, as long as you keep your expectations in check with your budget. Keep in mind that many a PC build these days lacks an optical drive (since actual disk usage is rare nowadays), but you always add one later if you need one. … [Read more...] about How To Build A Gaming PC 2020: Complete Guide
Bottom line Source: Andrew Martonik / Android Central Ultimately, the WF-SP800N are the better choice unless you absolutely need a wireless charging or compact charging case. The WF-SP800N's buds last much longer and their total battery life is only a smidge less than what is found on the Pixel Buds. You'll also get IP55 dust and water resistance versus IPX4 with the Pixel Buds. You don't really need to know what that means, just know that the WF-SP800N are designed for more intense workouts and situations where you might be hit with water. Just don't fully submerge them or use them in workouts such as swimming. … [Read more...] about Sony WF-SP800N vs. Google Pixel Buds (2020): Which should you buy?