PC Gadgets

Computers are still evolving at an amazing pace (thank you Moore’s Law). PC and laptop accessories also seem to grow at the same alarming rate. Read here for the latest findings in the PC sector of the gadget world from desktops and laptops to gaming and a/v accessories and even some quirky and fun stuff.


Satechi goes gold with Type-C adapters

by Edwin - on December 15th, 2018

Satechi is a name that has long held high regard among mobile device users for its wide range of accessories that deliver nothing but the very best and added convenience. This time around, style is also part of the deal as the company has just announced a trio of its most popular Type-C adapters arriving in a sleek, gold finish that will be able to complement the latest USB-C products on the market. This would include the Gold MacBook Air, which is something that will certainly turn heads each time you pull it out from your bag.

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AOC reveals C32V1Q curved monitor

by Edwin

C27V1QI believe that many of us who grew up around computers were exposed to a flat screen monitor, although for the older generation, fat and chunky CRTs were the flavor of the day. Modern day technology has seen how curved displays have taken over the visual department in living rooms all over the world, and the same has started to infiltrate the computer monitor industry. AOC, a worldwide leader in monitor display technology, has recently announced the C32V1Q. The C32V1Q is an immersive curved 32-inch monitor that has been specially built for work and home entertainment, with an asking price of a relatively affordable $229 — pretty much within the price range of a decent 32-inch TV actually.

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MSI Trident X redefines the gaming PC design

by Edwin

TridentXGamers take their hardware very seriously, and would do their level best in order to eke out the maximum amount of performance all the time in order to gain a competitive edge over their opponents. MSI, a name that has long delivered quality gaming notebooks in the past, continues to forge ahead into the future with a gaming PC that will certainly look different from what most of us have been used to. The all new Trident X compact desktop might seem like a souped-up workstation meant more for bean counting and word processing, but it is actually armed with the latest MSI GeForce RTX 2080 graphics cards as well as Intel’s 9th generation Core K series processors.

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eBlocker 2 helps secure your online privacy

by Edwin

eblockerDigital identity theft is no laughing matter: in fact, cybersecurity has taken on a whole new degree of importance. Even if you are the most casual web surfer, you would have noticed how apps and programs on your computer have an uncanny ability to show you the kind of ads that suit your lifestyle, the places where you tend to frequent, and the kind of products that you purchase. Why not make sure that you remain as anonymous as possible while online with the new eBlocker 2?

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Xiaomi Mi Laptop Air is ready to rock and roll

by Edwin

Mi Air 13When it comes to laptops, there are many different kinds of brands for us to choose from. While many of us would prefer to go for more notable and famous names such as Dell, HP, MSI, Acer, and high performance machines from Razer, would you consider treading on where few have gone before by taking a chance with Xiaomi? Yes, the same Xiaomi that churns out quality smartphones like the Redmi Note 2 at an extremely affordable price point. This time around, the leading Chinese brand for consumer electronics has rolled out the Xiaomi Mi Laptop Air.

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CTL Chromebook NL7X takes on the ruggedized look

by Edwin

NL7X-rugged-chromebookWhen it comes to the realm of education, Chromebooks happen to be something that straddles the fine line in the middle: it is lightweight, compact, and yet powerful enough to handle most of the modern day applications used in the education line but is unable to deliver the kind of processing muscle required for high end gaming. Students too, are not well known for their ability to take care of things properly, which is why anything that goes through their hands best be tough in its nature. CTL saw an opportunity and decided to announce the CTL Chromebook NL7X, the latest addition to their collection of ruggedized Chromebooks for education.

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CHUWI HiGame mini PC

by Edwin

CHUWI_HiGameSmall Form Factor (SFF) computers were all the rage at one point in time, but it does seem as though the fever for SFF modules had died down not too long ago. However, there is always room for a CHUWI HiGame mini PC in any household, at least this is what CHUWI would like to propose. Why do I say that? Well, for starters, having a computer is deemed to be an essential item in the modern day home, so why not make sure that it takes up as little space as possible all the while being able to deliver top notch performance? This is where the CHUWI HiGame mini PC comes in, filling up such a niche.

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Philips Momentum monitor picks up HDR1000 certification

by Edwin

philips-momentum-monitorEPI is the brand license partner for Philips monitors, and the company has just announced the all-new Philips Momentum 43” 4K HDR Quantum Dot Monitor that will also go by the model number 436M6VBPAB. What makes this particular Philips Momentum model special? Well, it so happens to be the first HDR1000 monitor in the world that will be accompanied by the new Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) DisplayHDR 1000 Certification. Of course, having certification is one thing, and we do hope that it will be able to live up to the hype.

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