Category Archives: COMPUTING

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

Amazon Outs 2019 Kindle Oasis With Adjustable Color Temperature

Is eReader, AKA eBook reader, still a thing in 2019? If it is to you then you may want to check out the 2019 Amazon Kindle Oasis. In between the 2019 model and the first we saw in 2016, there has been just one new Kindle Oasis. TBH, the 2017 had mark upgrade over the first Oasis, but the 2019 over the 2017? Don’t so much. Continue reading Amazon Outs 2019 Kindle Oasis With Adjustable Color Temperature

Apple Mac Pro Announced, Trypophobics May Want To Look Away

If you thought the black trash bin-like Mac Pro was bad aesthetically, well, it is not because, Apple just upgraded the 2013 design to “it actually looks pretty good” level with the new, completely redesigned Mac Pro. As you may have already noticed, trypophobics may not be amused by the design. I am kind of a trypophobic. I am not going to deny that. Continue reading Apple Mac Pro Announced, Trypophobics May Want To Look Away

HP Introduces Wood Series ENVY And HP VR Backpack That Is Also A Desktop

HP has announced the world’s first convertible PCs crafted with authentic wood. Wait. It isn’t the first, right? You ask. Yes. It isn’t. This is the part where it sounds a bit of a stretch because, HP is calling it a convertible PCs even though it (convertible PCs), in a broad sense, is essentially laptops. But hey, its nothing personal. It is just marketing. Continue reading HP Introduces Wood Series ENVY And HP VR Backpack That Is Also A Desktop

Here Are Some New Products Announced By ASUS At Computex

Taiwan’s biggest computer expo kicked off today (May 28, 2019, GMT+8) and you know what that means. This means a barrage of new products from big names and ASUS, as always, is the big names with so many new stuff that it is sure to make you go dizzy. ASUS is also celebrating its 30th anniversary at Computex with the announcement of some 30the anniversary edition of some of its products, including the newly announced flip-camera ZenFone 6 smartphone. Continue reading Here Are Some New Products Announced By ASUS At Computex

Razer Targets Creatives With New Razer Blade Studio Edition Laptops

Razer has just announced a new Razer Blade laptop at the ongoing Computex 2019 in Taipei, Taiwan, called Razer Blade Studio Edition. Offered in a choice of 15-inch and 17-inch models, and presented in striking anodized Mercury White finish, the Studio Edition attempts to entice “creators and prosumers” with the latest NVIDIA Quadro RTX GPU, 4K displays, 32 GB RAM, 1 TB NVMe storage and NVIDIA’s Studio Drivers optimized for performance with, you guessed it, creative applications. Here’s a quick break down of the two models: Continue reading Razer Targets Creatives With New Razer Blade Studio Edition Laptops

Dangerous Malware-loaded Laptop Auctioned Off For $1.2 Million

I can understand that legacy gadgets, like the first-generation Apple iPod for example, may have some collectible value, but a laptop like the a 10.2-inch netbook from about a little over a decade ago? Probably not, but in the case of this particular unit, it has been snapped up in an auction for an astounding $1.2 million for reasons nothing other than it is a sinister machine. Continue reading Dangerous Malware-loaded Laptop Auctioned Off For $1.2 Million

This HP Omen Wireless Mouse Is Charged Wirelessly By Its Mousepad

During the HP Gaming Festival in Beijing on Tuesday, HP also introduce a pair of interesting gadgets, a wireless mouse called Omen Photon and mousepad called Omen Outpost. Wait. A mousepad isn’t a gadget, is it? Well, it is in the case of Outpost Mousepad because, it is also a Qi wireless charging pad. And if you are guessing that the mouse charges via the mousepad, you are absolutely right. Quite a brilliant combo, if you ask me. Continue reading This HP Omen Wireless Mouse Is Charged Wirelessly By Its Mousepad

Lenovo Previewed The World’s First Foldable PC (That Is Also A Mini Laptop)

It goes like this: the market was stimulated by folding phone and then folding phone proved it is not ready for prime time. So, folding phone won’t be appearing anytime soon. Meanwhile, Lenovo did not unveiled a folding phone like Samsung, Huawei, Royole and Xiaomi did; instead they have this: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Foldable PC. This is just a preview of what’s to come and not quite a production-ready device. Apparently, Lenovo have been working on this for the last 3 years. Continue reading Lenovo Previewed The World’s First Foldable PC (That Is Also A Mini Laptop)

Meet Vivaldi 2.5, The World’s First Razer Chroma Integrated Web Browser

Razer Chroma is a sweeping phenomena that has reaches beyond Razer Chroma-enabled devices. It is on headphone stand, drinking mug and even skateboards and electric cars, and now, this psychedelic light show originally intended as a more immersive gaming experience has arrived to web browser too. Non mainstream and little known web browser company Vivaldi Technologies has announced the release of Vivaldi 2.5 web browser, the world’s first desktop web browser to feature deep integration with the Razer Chroma. Continue reading Meet Vivaldi 2.5, The World’s First Razer Chroma Integrated Web Browser

Razer Turns To The Dark Side With Stormtrooper Edition Peripherals

The Force is strong with these ones. Razer has announced Star Wars Stormtrooper Edition peripherals ahead of the Star Wars Day (May 4th). The peripherals include Razer BlackWidow Lite mechanical keyboard, the Razer Atheris wireless mouse, and the Razer Goliathus Extended gaming mouse mat, each featuring cosmetic inspired by the Imperial stormtrooper. Continue reading Razer Turns To The Dark Side With Stormtrooper Edition Peripherals