The moment you get onto the Internet, you can kiss privacy goodbye. When online, you are effectively putting your privacy out in the open, allowing Big Brother (AKA the government, not the reality TV series), your Internet service provider, and companies, to read into your web activities, search history, and even physical location. Most people are fine with this intrusion, but if you aren’t Flter is here to help. Flter is, btw, pronounced as ‘filter’ and intentionally spelt without an i. To be fair, it is not that we can’t keep ourselves private while online, we can, but the truth is, blanket configuration to cover all your devices for anonymity is a thing reserved for network administrators – who are the computer world’s equivalent of rocket scientists). Continue reading Flter: Blanket Privacy Coverage For All Your Networked Devices Made Easy
I am not sure about the market for tiny laptop, or as some would call it UMPC (ultra mobile PC), given the current state of smartphone and tablet development, but in case you are in the market for one, here’s one for your consideration. Called GPD Pocket, this super portable full-fledged laptop features a Corning Gorilla Glass 3-protected 7-inch FHD IPS display (offering 323.45ppi, if you must really know) and it is powered by a 1.6GHz quadcore Intel Atom chip, backed by 4GB of RAM. It has 128GB of onboard storage, a QWERTY keyboard with pointing nub, a 7,000 mAh battery good for 12 hours of usage, two USB 3.0 ports (one Type-C and one Type-A), a micro HDMI output, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and both Bluetooth 4.1 and 802.11ac for connectivity. Continue reading GPD Pocket Puts The Power Of A Laptop In The Palm Of Your Hand
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
MSI’s laptop has it. Acer’s laptops, including the monstrous 21-inch curved screen laptop, also has it, and now, Tobii has revealed more consumer products that uses its eye-tracking technology. In all, a total of six consumer eye-tracking devices were revealed, including Alienware 17 Gaming Laptop, a few of Acer’s Predator gaming monitors, and Huawei’s Honor Magic smartphone. Now, we are not going to judge if eye-tracking is the future of computing or gaming, but we sure hope it is not another hyped-up technology that doesn’t last. However, we certainly hope it will be on all computing devices as a standard such as mouse, keyboard, and trackpad are. Continue reading Tobii Eye Tracking Now Available On More Consumer Products
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
Here’s another ‘don’t say we didn’t tell you’ post and this time, it is the well-received, but pricey Google Pixel C tablet that’s getting a significant* discount. Google has taken $100 off the 64GB model’s original price on Google Store (online, obviously). As mentioned, the discount only applies to the 64GB model and after lopping off 100 bucks, the 64GB model is the same price as the 32GB (32GB is out-of-stock anyways), which kind of makes it a good deal. However, it is by no means cheap in Android tablet standards. Pixel C is premium device and it was never cheap with or without discount. It is just ’good deal’ with respect its original price. Continue reading Google Pixel C 64GB Model Gets $100 Off On Google Store Till January 7
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
Good news for folks who has one too many terabytes of data to move, Kingston has just unveiled the mother of all USB flash drives (at least for now) called DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT) that packs up to a whopping 2TB of storage space, thus snagging the title as the world’s highest capacity USB Flash drive! Yes. You heard that right. Two freaking terabytes! Holy smoke! That’s insane and it would be insane on your part too, cos’ if you were lose this precious one (knock on wood), you will probably go bonkers. Continue reading Holy Smoke! Kingston Just Unveiled A USB Flash Drive Packing 2TB!