Category Archives: COMPUTING

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

Apple Updates iMac, MacBook and Introduced New 10.5-inch iPad Pro

The new iMac Pro’s starting sticker $4,999 is obviously not for everyone, but not too worry cos’ Apple has updated its iMac line, outfitting them with faster Kaby Lake processors up to 4.2 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 4.5 GHz and supports up to twice the memory. To further sweeten the deal, all 27-inch, along with the range-topping 21.5-inch, will get Fusion Drive as standard. Furthermore, SSD now touts 50 percent faster and they will now get Thunderbolt 3. Graphics department also gets a boost – thanks to the new Radeon Pro 500-series graphics with up to 8GB VRAM and display is now brighter, by 43 percent at 500 nits and supporting up to a billion colors. Continue reading Apple Updates iMac, MacBook and Introduced New 10.5-inch iPad Pro

The iMac Pro Is The Most Powerful Mac Ever And Its In Space Gray

iMac was the machine of choice for creatives in its hey day, but since then, Windows have become equally apt, if not better, in dealing with graphics intensive tasks. True enough, I see many creatives today using Windows-based PCs as their main workhorse. But, it looks like the Cupertino tech giant has its sight set on regaining its glorious day with the newly announced iMac Pro. Yes. You heard that right. iMac has gone Pro and it is hardly a ‘personal desktop computer’; it is the most powerful Mac ever made. Also, it comes in Space Gray and this new found colorway also extends to the included the Magic Keyboard with Numeric Keypad and Magic Mouse 2. There’s also an optional Space Gray Magic Trackpad 2 too for those who need it. Dope. Continue reading The iMac Pro Is The Most Powerful Mac Ever And Its In Space Gray

Intel Unveiled X-Series Chips, Include An 18-Core Beast That Cost $2,000

Whenever a newer and faster processor is announced, I relish the day when I had a Logitech computer powered by a then-decent Intel 80286 processor and today, I did it again when I hear that Intel has up the ante again with the new Intel Core X-series family processors which includes the new Intel Core i9 processor brand and the Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition processor – the first consumer desktop processor with a whopping 18 cores and 36 threads of power. Eighteen freaking cores. Wow. That’s mind-blowing. Benchmarking aside (which obviously has not be done yet), Intel sure takes the cake when it comes to pure processing power, beating AMD’s 16-core beast. Continue reading Intel Unveiled X-Series Chips, Include An 18-Core Beast That Cost $2,000

Here Are Some Awesome Gadgets From ASUS Announced At Computex 2017

Taiwan is the home to Asia’s biggest computer show, Computex, and it is also ASUS home ground and so, naturally, the Taiwanese tech company has more than a couple of laptops to show off. An among the horde of laptop computers and gadgets unveiled, there are some that are out to beckon you to part with your hard-earned money. The router with a gaping hole is, of course, one of them and so is the ASUS ZenBook Flip S and the ASUS ZenBook Pro. We are a little less impressed with the Vivo series though. Maybe it looks way to mundane and too MacBook-ish. Anywho, here’s a rundown of the laptop computers and gadgets from ASUS at this year’s Computex. Continue reading Here Are Some Awesome Gadgets From ASUS Announced At Computex 2017

ASUS Newest Wireless Router Has A Gaping Hole And Isn’t A Black Box

Believe it or not, what you are looking at is a wireless router from Taiwanese computer maker, ASUS, called Blue Cave. Wireless router without antennas is not new, but one that isn’t rectangular and black is kind of refreshing, and so is one with a gaping hole right smack in the middle. At a glance, one may mistook as a model of a radical architecture, or an air purifier – thanks to the holes-ridden facade around the back. Of course, it isn’t because we already told you so. This AC2600 dual-band wireless router is designed for the grunt that comes with growing demand for wireless connectivity in a household and that’s where the bold design comes in. Continue reading ASUS Newest Wireless Router Has A Gaping Hole And Isn’t A Black Box

Here Are The First Laptops From China Telecom Giant, Huawei

To everyday consumers, Huawei is probably known for its mobile devices, but today, or rather, a couple of days ago, that changes as the China telecom giant introduces a line of laptops called MateBook. If don’t already know, this is the first foray into laptop market for Huawei and with many gadgets coming out of China of late, they are looking pretty sleek. Or should I say, a little MacBook-ish kind of sleek. The line up, which includes a 13-inch fanless laptop (Huawei MateBook X), a 2-in-1 (Huawei MateBook E) and a 15.6-inch portable (Huawei MateBook D), is slated to be available in summer 2017 for 700-1699 euros, depending on the models and configurations. Continue reading Here Are The First Laptops From China Telecom Giant, Huawei

There’s No Microsoft Surface Pro 5, It Is Just The New Surface Pro

There are so many laptop options out there that sometimes, we find it pointless to tell you that there’s another new one out there. But we heard there’s a new Microsoft Surface Pro and we also read that it is pretty dope in both performance and the look department. Anyways, if you are still expecting Surface Pro 5, well, don’t. It is not happening. Microsoft has removed the number and it is now just Microsoft Surface Pro. Marketed as the “most versatile laptop” (but it is more like a laptop/tablet hybrid, really), Microsoft said the new Surface Pro “has been redesigned from the inside out,” with the machine now boasting 50 percent more battery life than the 4 (up to 13.5 hours of use per charge) and 2.5 times faster than the 3. Continue reading There’s No Microsoft Surface Pro 5, It Is Just The New Surface Pro

Bold MacBook Pro 2018 Concept Has Huge Touch Keyboard/Pad Hybrid

Now that Apple has implemented touch bar on its MacBook Pro, it wouldn’t be farfetched to think that in future, the entire keyboard, along with the touch pad, will be replaced by a huge-ass touch-based keyboard. Such a design is exactly what Seattle-based industrial design student Daniel Brunsteiner is driving with his MacBook Pro 2018 Concept. The concept is nothing less than audacious, but the possibility is very real and while regular users may not appreciate the huge touch canvas, creative professionals could benefit from it. Continue reading Bold MacBook Pro 2018 Concept Has Huge Touch Keyboard/Pad Hybrid

Microsoft New Surface Laptop Announced, Has Alcantara In The Mix

We love how Apple and later, Samsung and LG, made the gadget world more beautiful. Without them, we wouldn’t have expect Microsoft to pull the socks in the design department. The latest of Microsoft’s effort can be seen in the new Microsoft Surface Laptop. Sporting a clean, elegant design, this sleek portable computing device comes in four rich tone-on-tone combinations with the keyboard spruced up by Alcantara fabric. Yes. That Alcantara. The same type that you usually found in automobile seats and upholstery, but it does cover the keys, of course; it was the area surrounding the keyboard that gets this luxurious fabric. Continue reading Microsoft New Surface Laptop Announced, Has Alcantara In The Mix

ASUS Takes On Raspberry Pi With Its Own Credit Card-sized Tinker Board

We featured quite a handful of Raspberry Pi-powered projects here and until now, it seems like the words “Raspberry Pi-powered” are going to be on the lips of many makers and hobbyists. Well, not quite, if ASUS can help it. ASUS has officially enter into the maker space, a lively community where tinkerers, hobbyists need the piece of electronics to get their projects going. Officially known as Tinker Board, this credit card-sized Raspberry Pi challenger features an ARM SoC boasting a quadcore 1.8 GHz processor with heatsink, a Mali T764 GPU that supports HD and UHD playback, 2GB Dual Channel LPDDR3 RAM, and a SD 3.0 microSD slot for OS/storage. Continue reading ASUS Takes On Raspberry Pi With Its Own Credit Card-sized Tinker Board