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  1. Why don't huge companies like Samsung or Apple, who make both laptops and smartphones, put nice camera modules in the laptops? Is it too expensive for them? Or just a terrible Idea? I feel face ID or Iris scanners wouldn't be too bad on laptops. Is there a way to mod a smartphone camera piece into a laptop's front-facing camera placement?
  2. "Choosing an Ultrawide (IPS) (3400x1440) (34') (Preferred Curved) Monitor While going through some series of monitors in my price range (which would be no more than $550 USD), I've narrowed it down to: A.) Acer's ED347CKR https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824011196&cm_re=ed7_acer-_-24-011-196-_-Product (ED347CKR bmidphzx) B.) LG's 34UM88C-P https://www.amazon.com/LG-34UM88C-P-34-Inch-21-UltraWide/dp/B01CDYB5CW/ref=pd_cp_147_1?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B01CDYB5CW&pd_rd_r=523ca7f3-b3fb-11e8-9f1d-0fdf2b561195&pd_rd_w=VdAit&pd_rd_
  3. Hello, I own an XPS 13 9350/9360 (Unsure, but am sure it has 2x lanes of PCIe via Thunderbolt3 port). My question is, knowing that an eGPU setup is definitely possible as long as an external display is used, is it possible to find an adapter that would connect a TB3 port directly into a GPU (PCIe)? Assuming cooling and power (for the GPU) are provided, would this set-up be possible? eGPU enclosures seem very expensive, and I'm looking for a cheaper solution. I've seen articles about how people use an extender to turn an NVMe Slot into a GPU connection, but wouldn't a direct TB3 alternative be