Category Archives: COMPUTING

Anything to do with computing, be it mobile or desktop and encompasses area such as peripherals, tablets, desktop PC and similar.

2 New Samsung Galaxy Tablets: One For Work, One Family Entertainment

Prior to the UNPACKED event where the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 and the new Galaxy Watch were announced, Samsung has unveiled two new Android tablets, the Galaxy Tab A and the Galaxy Tab S4, without much fanfare. With smartphones so capable these days, it seems like tablets aren’t get as much love, but anyways, here they are, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab S4. The former is pitched as family entertainment device while the latter is 2-in-1 device marketed as productivity device that features Samsung DeX and S Pen. Continue reading 2 New Samsung Galaxy Tablets: One For Work, One Family Entertainment

Philips’ New 43-inch 4K LED Monitor: Is It Still A Computer Monitor?

We hardly touched on computer monitor these days because, computer monitors are just computer monitors. There are not a lot to talk about unless it is a little on the insane side, like this Philips Momentum 43-inch 4K LED Monitor (436M6VBPAB). Yes. This thing is monstrous. It makes you wonder, is 43-inch still a computer monitor or a TV for a small living room? Anyways, here it is, the monstrosity from the Dutch electronics maker. Continue reading Philips’ New 43-inch 4K LED Monitor: Is It Still A Computer Monitor?

ASUS’ Project Precog Is A Laptop With 2 Screens And No Physical Keyboard

Every laptop that came out these days are just another laptop. Even Apple, arguably the forerunner of innovations, remain pretty much stagnant. The last “innovations” the Cupertino tech giant did was the not very rave Touchbar. However, things are set to change with ASUS Project Precog, a concept dual screen laptop that has no physical keyboard. Continue reading ASUS’ Project Precog Is A Laptop With 2 Screens And No Physical Keyboard

You Can Boost Your MacBook Pro’s Graphics With This Blackmagic eGPU

Apple MacBook Pro series of laptops is capable and powerful. It is even more so now with the latest update, but however ‘powerful’ they may be, the graphics department is not up to par when compared to its desktop compatriots. Understanding that some users may need insane graphics, Apple and Blackmagic Design has come together to design and launch a new external graphics process unit (eGPU), simply called Blackmagic eGPU. Continue reading You Can Boost Your MacBook Pro’s Graphics With This Blackmagic eGPU

Apple MacBook Pro Gets Updated With Faster Processor And New Features

Apple has updated its MacBook Pro laptops, now boasting faster performance and new pro features, including Touch Bar (and of course, Touch ID), 8th-gen Intel Core processors – with 6-core available on the 15-inch model and quad-core for the 13-inch model, along with support for up to 32 GB RAM, True Tone Retina display and a quieter third-generation keyboard. Continue reading Apple MacBook Pro Gets Updated With Faster Processor And New Features

Designer Imagines The Slim Bezel Hype Catches On With iPad Pro

Have you ever look at an iPad Pro and go ewww at the large bezel? I know I do. So far, the edge-to-edge display craze is limited to smartphone. It has not quite proliferate to tablet. Seriously, I hope it does. Bezels are disgusting. They shouldn’t exist at all. That’s my sentiment and perhaps because of my distaste for thick bezel, I was totally smitten by designer Álvaro Pabesio’s iPad Pro concept. Now, Álvaro Pabesio’s concept isn’t edge-to-edge, but it is good enough for now. Continue reading Designer Imagines The Slim Bezel Hype Catches On With iPad Pro

New SD Card Protocols Will Turn Cards Into Removable SSD

Sometimes, when look back at the first two PC I had, I laughed at how much RAM they had. They were in megabytes then. Same goes for the storage which were in MBs. The same is going to happen few years down the road when SD Ultra Capacity Card, or SDUC, becomes available. The SD Association, the organization that sets memory card standards, has announced two new developments that will change the SD card as we know it. Continue reading New SD Card Protocols Will Turn Cards Into Removable SSD

World’s Tiniest ‘Computer’ Will Make The Tip Of Rice Grain Feels Too Spacious

In the 60s, there was the space race between major superpowers. Today, there’s the race for the most innovative smartphone with the largest amount of screen real estate. However, unbeknownst to most mortal being, there is another race going on about geeky engineers: the race to built the tiniest computer possible. University of Michigan has lead the way, only to be beaten by IBM, but now, it looks like the University has reclaimed the crown. Continue reading World’s Tiniest ‘Computer’ Will Make The Tip Of Rice Grain Feels Too Spacious

The Next macOS Is Mojave, Has Dark Mode And iOS Features

In addition to the new watchOS 5, Apple has also previewed a new macOS operating system called macOS Mojave. This major OS update feature list is long and extensive, but in a nutshell, it will feature a new Dark Mode, new Stacks feature, iOS apps like News, Stocks, Voice Memos and Home, group calling for FaceTime, and a redesigned Mac App Store. Continue reading The Next macOS Is Mojave, Has Dark Mode And iOS Features

Meet ProPoint, The Tilt Mouse That Pans, Zooms, Rotates And Presents

What’s your impression of an ergonomic mouse? One that fits the palm of your hand? Well, not quite if you ask award-winning mouse maker Swiftpoint. Their latest ergonomic wireless mouse and presenter, called ProPoint Mouse and Presenter, is nowhere near palm-size. In fact, it is so much smaller that you’d be hard pressed to think it is even humanly possible to navigate comfortably, but on the contrary, it is pretty damn good. Continue reading Meet ProPoint, The Tilt Mouse That Pans, Zooms, Rotates And Presents