Dallas: 972-528-6546

Blog

LG Networks, Inc. > blog > blog > Hardware

Computer Vs Mobile Processors

2013 was a great year for mobile devices, with many powerful models being released really pushing the envelope of what we can do with a phone. Take for example, the Nexus 5, which has a 2.26 GHz processor. At first glance, the processor speed puts it in competition with most mid-range laptops. But how does it really compare? Let’s take... Read More

4 tips on purchasing laptops

The holiday season is approaching and many people are starting to get their festive shopping started. This year, as with previous years, laptops will undoubtedly be a popular gift. However, with so many different types of laptops out there, it can be tough to find the perfect one to give as a gift, whether you are treating yourself, a loved... Read More

External hard drives in business

There are many essential components to the computer. One of the more important is the hard drive, which is where data and programs are stored. Without a hard drive, most computers would be more or less useless to the majority of users. Because they focus on storage, hard drives have limited space and in order to add more, some users... Read More

Different types of Internet connections

Most people use the Internet at least once a day, while many of us are constantly connected. As the availability of Internet increases, we will see a continued increase in the time we spend online. As a business owner, you may eventually have to upgrade your Internet connection, or pick a new type. This can be a daunting task if... Read More

SD and CF cards: The difference

One of the more important features of most portable electronic devices is the memory. Many of these devices have very little internal storage space, instead relying on a memory card that can be plugged into your phone for extra storage. The problem with these cards is that there are numerous types and it can be hard to actually figure out... Read More

Media streaming onto the TV – good idea?

One of the more popular home media trends of the past three years is the integration of devices that allow users to stream content like movies from Netflix on their TV. Some of these devices include capabilities such as the ability to share content on a mobile device or computer and are starting to gain the interest of businesses. Have... Read More

Intel introduces new processor: Haswell

Computers are made up of numerous complex components that are all necessary in order for us to be able to use them. One vital component is the processor which functions as each machine’s brain. The most popular computer processors are created by Intel. At a recent press event, Intel released the latest version, or generation, of their popular Core processors.... Read More

Here are 4 tips on keeping computers running

Computers and the hardware components that run them are always evolving, getting faster and faster. Unfortunately, small to medium businesses often can’t take advantage of the latest and greatest simply because it’s too expensive to be constantly updating. This means using older systems that will get slower with age. That’s why it’s important to take steps to keep your computer... Read More

What is overclocking? Can it help?

Specifically What is Overclocking? Can it Easily Help? Computers happen to be incredibly useful, however they will are usually complex beyond idea. This is certainly made even extra so as a result of the top quantity of confusing acronyms, words and phrases and terms. If you read tech blogs, or perhaps have friends/colleagues who happen to be in-the-know, you may... Read More

The 7 essential computer parts

7 Important Computer Parts The computer is one of the most important inventions of the past century. While it is a magnificent machine, most users treat their computers like a black box. We know how to use it, but little do we know about what is inside. It’s these components that allow us to communicate, run businesses and yes, even... Read More

Get A Free $10 Starbucks Card
Sign-up today for a free Network Assessment and get a $10 Starbucks card on LG Networks Inc!
We respect your privacy.