These days, the tech world is all about absurd tech which we suspect are solely with the aim of making tech watchers’ jaw drop. These gadgets go beyond ‘wow’; they will make you go like “no shit, are they serious?, or maybe just “no freaking way!” So far, we have witnessed a ginormous 21-inch laptop with curved screen, a refrigerator that lets you see what’s inside without opening, a flash drive that packs 2TB, a laptop that packs three monitors et cetera, but those are just the tip of the iceberg. There are more and DELL is responsible for a couple too, including an eye-watering 32-inch 8K monitor (8K!) and a 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace, the world’s first smart workspace that pretty much negates the need for a mouse or even a keyboard. Continue reading DELL Unveiled 32-inch 8K Display, 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace And More
Remember the monstrosity from Acer announced last September? You know, that enormous 21-inch monster laptop that has a curved display? Yeah, that one. Well, it has a price now, but before we let you on that, we sure hope you have been saving every penny you have earned so far and also, make sure you are firmly seated. Ready? Ok, here goes. The Acer Predator 21 X, as it is called, will be available in North America this February, starting at, wait for it… a cool $8,999. Are you right there? Still seated, I hope cos’ I am pretty sure Acer just your mind away with this unreal price tag – all for a freaking laptop. Hell, it is not even a desktop and at 9 grand, you could gotten yourself a used car, or maybe a big-ass 4K TV, along with a decent soundbar to boot. Continue reading World’s First Curved Screen Laptop Is Monstrous In Size And So Is Its Price
So you think a curved display laptop is crazy? Well, it is, but that’s until Razer’s bold and pretty much classified as mental multi-monitor laptop comes along. Code name Project Valarie, this ambitious multi-monitor gaming laptop promised a whole new level of immersion even when you are on the road and yes, you heard that right, this thing is a beast and it has not one, not two, but three displays built into it. Looking like a gadget straight out of sci-fi movies, Project Valarie’s three monitor automatically deploys when, presumably, the lid is flipped open. Continue reading Crazy Concept Gaming Laptop From Razer Packs Three 4K Monitors!
This is the latest pair of Chromebooks from Samsung. Being one of the early Chromebook maker, Samsung is certainly no stranger to Chrome OS powered hardware, but the duo announced yesterday is different; they are designed with Google Play in mind which means, in addition to Chrome OS staples, you will be able to experience Android apps on these two devices too. While being a laptop/tablet hybrid isn’t new, it does boast a Chromebook first: a stylus. Now, that’s something refreshing, particularly because it is no ordinary stylus; it is a digitized pen, meaning your S pen experience on Samsung’s smartphones is now available on Chrome OS and this also means you get to enjoy pressure sensitivity when making its 0.7mm pen tip do your bidding. Continue reading Samsung Brings S-Pen To Its New Chromebooks
Samsung isn’t exactly the name for gaming hardware, but that hasn’t stop this other South Korean electronics giant, Samsung, from diving into it. The company’s first-ever gaming laptop, Notebook Odyssey made its debut yesterday and boy, does it look all business. It even as a specially designed logo to show it does indeed mean business (think: ASUS ROG). Coming at 17.3-inch and 15.6-inch, Notebook Odyssey is, expected, Samsung kind of sleek and touting quite a few delightful features which include an advanced cooling and ventilation system known as HexaFlow Vent, 7th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GTX1050 graphics with up to 4GB VRAM, up to 300 nits backlit anti-glare FHD display, ergonomically curved keycaps, backlit WASD keys (15-inch model only), and customizable backlit color of individual keycaps (17-inch model). Continue reading Meet Notebook Odyssey, Samsung’s First-ever Gaming Laptop
Every aluminum chassis MacBook announced since, like forever, was just another MacBook and if you are expecting that ‘just another MacBook’ today, then you are going to disappointed because today, Apple finally did something different. Apart from the customary “thinnest and lightest,” the latest iteration of MacBook Pro ditches the traditional row of function keys, you know, the familiar F1-F12 and whatnot, in favor of a high-tech “Retina-quality Multi-Touch display” called, ermmm, Touch Bar. That’s trademarked, btw. Continue reading Meet The All-new MacBook Pro With Touch Bar And Touch ID
So, Razer announcement in Europe has nothing to do with THX acquisition. Instead, we saw a new big-ass laptop popping into the gaming world, the 17-inch Razer Blade Pro Gaming Laptop. Billed as the thinnest and lightest desktop replacement in the world, the 17-inch Razer Blade Pro Gaming Laptop’s unibody CNC aluminium chassis measures mere 0.88 inches (22.5 mm) and tips the scale at under 8 lbs (7.8 lbs, or 3.54 kg, to be precise). Look-wise, it shares much of the aesthetic as its smaller siblings, which has become a design language adopted by Razer in recent years. Then again, they are all black, so you really can’t the difference, can you? Continue reading Razer Packed A Mechanical Keyboard Into A 0.88 inches Thin 17-inch Laptop
So, the Backpack PC we read about back in June is not what MSI has in mind about a wearable gaming computer. Lets just chuck that aside and meet MSI’s newest iteration of the soon-to-be-hot PC-on-your-back movement. Dubbed VR One (not to be confused with ZEISS VR One headset), MSI is quick to stake claim as “the world’s first-ever VR backpack.” With that statement, we take it as a full-functional, ready in-exchange for your hard-earned money product. However, pricing has yet to be disclosed, but it don’t take genius to figure out that a rig like such is going cost quite a fair amount. The backpack PC is currently on the show floor of Tokyo Game Show 2016, which opens its door to trade visitors today, on September 15. Continue reading MSI Usher The Era Of Virtual Reality With Lighter And Slimmer Backpack PC
From what we heard, some folks who were drawn to Razer’s first on-the-go workhorse, the Razor Blade Stealth, haven’t even had the chance to grab one yet. If you are one of them, then we supposed it is a good thing cos’ there’s actually a refreshed model already in store. So, take a moment, calm down and show a sigh of relieve because, logically speaking, you’d be snagging a better spec-ed portable, or may say, you’d be getting the most out of your dollars. The new Razer Blade Stealth now comes packed with the 7th-generation Intel Core i7 processor with Intel HD Graphics 620, up to a whopping 1TB PCIe SSD and up to 16GB of dual-channel RAM. Continue reading New Razer Blade Stealth Gets A Bump In Battery And Performance
Meanwhile, the craziest news in the tech world today is this absurdly monstrous gaming laptop from Taiwanese computer maker Acer. Dubbed Predator 21 X, this monstrosity of the portable computer world comes in at an insane 21-inch and also, it has a curved display. Yep. Curved display. Btw, you know we are still talking about a laptop not a desktop monitor, right? At 21-inch and curved, this 2,560 x 1,080 screen supposed to offer a different level of immersion – a theory which some connoisseurs swear by and one which I never able to comprehend. Continue reading The World’s First Curved Screen Laptop Is Upon Us And It Is Monstrous!