Category Archives: COMPUTING

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

Believe It Or Not, This 1:1 Scale Iron Man Is A Custom PC Case Mod

With so many talented PC modders around, there is certainly no “the best PC mod” but there is surely the biggest when it comes to scale. Now, you must be thinking, ‘what’s there to be scale when it comes to PC mod?’ Well, that my friend is exactly what this Life-size Iron Man Mk 45 PC Case Mode is about. It is a PC buried inside a custom PC case inspired by Tony Stark’s Iron Man Mk 45 suit and it is indeed 1:1 scale. A life-size PC case mod. Take a moment to imagine that, my friends. I’d be lying if I were to say my mind wasn’t totally blown away when I first lay eyes on it. Continue reading Believe It Or Not, This 1:1 Scale Iron Man Is A Custom PC Case Mod

Apple Should Make This Pill-shape Concept Mac mini A Reality

With Apple CEO Tim Cook quoted saying that Mac mini will remain a staple of Apple’s lineup and it (the Mac mini) being tipped to have some much needed overhaul, industrial design student Louis Berger jumped at the opportunity to imagine what it will look like and boy, was the concept a drool-worthy we-want-it-to-be-real Mac mini. With Berger’s design, he completely reimagined what a Mac mini should look like. Gone is the now passé set top box-like design and in is a tube-like form with touchbar integration. Louis called it a “Taptop Computer Concept” that, unlike Apple’s current (and previous) designs, puts the Mac mini in the forefront of your desk. Continue reading Apple Should Make This Pill-shape Concept Mac mini A Reality

This Nintendo-Inspired Gaming Device Is Modular, Can Do More Than Gaming

Rejoice, tinkerers with the love for retro gaming, specifically portable gaming. Clockwork Tech has announced a new piece of gadget that will satisfy both your love for retro gaming on-the-go and the need to tinker. Called GameShell, it is a modular retro game console that not only allows you to play retro games, it is also a DIY mini-computing platform. Thanks to its modular design and its open source nature, you can turn this Nintendo GameBoy lookalike device into a wireless speaker, a remote for home automation or LEGO robot, or you can simply create your own games and mods using supported programming languages like preset C, Python, LUA, and LISP. Continue reading This Nintendo-Inspired Gaming Device Is Modular, Can Do More Than Gaming

Microsoft Quietly Slips Two Sizes Of Surface Book 2 Into The Market

Sometimes I really don’t get what some consumer product makers are trying to achieve. They came up with a product that they obviously want to sell, yet, not only did they launch it quietly, but they deny the public of the marketing materials publicly available on places like, say, YouTube. The Microsoft Surface Book 2 is one such example. You see, prior to picking up the news, we saw a video put up on Microsoft Surface YouTube channel which I personally subscribed to. When trying to embed the video in my draft article, we noted the video “is unlisted” and was advised to “be considerate and think twice before sharing.” Obviously, I can just ignore it and go ahead and share it anyway, but I honor the words and thus, you won’t see embedded video of it in this post. Continue reading Microsoft Quietly Slips Two Sizes Of Surface Book 2 Into The Market

BBS Wheel PC Case Is The Ultimate Computer For A Car Guy And A Geek

This is probably going to be the shortest post we have ever made to date because of the lack of information. Despite so, we are too thrilled by this Custom BBS Wheel PC Case, reportedly made by German high performance automobile wheel design and manufacturer, BBS. Nothing is known about what’s under the hood, or in this case, inside the wheel. However, we can that there are some serious shit going on there. Things like liquid cooling, shit load of LED lighting, and we can also see that it has a dual fan setup. No turbochargers in sight though, but absolutely dope nonetheless. Just don’t let it roll away during one of your furious gaming session. Continue reading BBS Wheel PC Case Is The Ultimate Computer For A Car Guy And A Geek

New Gadgets From Google To Coax Money Out Of Your Wallet

Google Pixel 2 is no doubt the highlight of Google’s October 4 event, but apart from the drool worthy smartphone, Google has also announced several noteworthy gadgets and these include a mini version of Google Home called, well, Google Home Mini, a super sized Google Home called Max, a new Pixelbook, an updated Daydream View, as well as a thing called Google Clips, which is basically a very tiny camera that’s designed to seamlessly pipe clips to your phone. The latter is probably a ‘test’ gadget before Google decides if it is here to stay like the Google Home. Continue reading New Gadgets From Google To Coax Money Out Of Your Wallet

Oh, Look. Commodore 64 Is Making A Comeback As A Mini Game Console

Mission A.D., California Games, Cyberdyne Warrior, Chips’ Challenge. If the mention of any of those titles sends a nostalgic feeling surging through you, then we are quite sure you are a fan of the Commodore 64. Yeah. That Commodore 64. The iconic single computer unit that managed to find its way to millions of homes in the 80s. It was arguably an advanced hardware of its time that was not only a programming machine but it was also one that entertains. Anywho, if you are a huge fan, here’s a good news: the C64 is making a comeback, only this time, it will be reborn as a miniature machine that’s a little larger than a grown man hand, or 50 percent of its original size. Continue reading Oh, Look. Commodore 64 Is Making A Comeback As A Mini Game Console

This Keyboard Does What Microsoft Natural Keyboard Failed To Do

Keyboard was invented decades ago but the birth of computers did not invented keyboard; the keyboard design was essentially a carryover from the typewriter keyboard which was invented nearly 150 years ago. From then until today, not a lot has changed with a few attempt to alter the ergonomic, albeit not quite successfully. Case-in-point: Microsoft Natural keyboard. It didn’t go down well with a lot of users; it was big, clunky piece of hardware that, despite the ergonomic layout, forces your fingers to stretch to access some keys. Continue reading This Keyboard Does What Microsoft Natural Keyboard Failed To Do

Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard Comes With A Creative Input Dial

If you are a designer who work with creative software like Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro, you will want this “flagship” keyboard from Logitech, called Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard. What makes this keyboard so unique is the inclusion of a Creative Input Dial (refer to as “Crown”) which gives you greater creative control. The Crown is capable of recognizing the software you use and offers you access to the tools you need with a touch, tap and turn. In the case of Adobe Photoshop, the Crown lets you adjust parameters like image brightness, contrast and saturation, and pretty much anything you desire. Continue reading Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard Comes With A Creative Input Dial

Samsung Introduced Monster Width QLED Gaming Monitor At Gamescom

Gamers, forget about multi-monitor setup just to get the dream 170-ish field of view because Samsung has the one monitor that will have 178-degree viewing angle, both horizontally and vertically, covered. Meet Samsung CHG90 QLED Ultra-Wide Gaming Monitor, the current world’s largest OLED gaming monitor that stretches a whopping 49-inch diagonally. CHG90 offers an insane 32:9 aspect ratio, in High Dynamic Range, no less, and boasts a 3,840 x 1,080 resolution and an 1800R curvature to ensure a seamless, immersive gaming experience. Continue reading Samsung Introduced Monster Width QLED Gaming Monitor At Gamescom