Category Archives: COMPUTING

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

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

This Ultra-compact SSD Is A Storage And Media Hub That Fits In The Pocket

Portable storage that touts itself as a media hub isn’t all that new, but this little 2-inch box here, called Fasetto Link, does in a package beyond your wildest imagination. Measuring a mere 2″x 2″x 1″, Fasetto Link comes in three capacities: 256 GB, 512 GB and a whopping 2 TB. But Link isn’t your run-of-the-mill portable hard drive. It is more than just a hard drive slapped with a beautiful enclosure; it packs in a board loaded with a 64-bit octacore processor, 4GB DDR4 RAM, a SSD storage, wireless ac, WiFi 2×2 MIMO, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, a USB Type-C port, and a 1,300 mAh rechargeable battery good for up to 5 hours of streaming, or 2 weeks of standby time. Continue reading This Ultra-compact SSD Is A Storage And Media Hub That Fits In The Pocket

Lets Welcome Western Digital To The World Of Portable SSD

Portable SSD is not new, but as far as Western Digital is concern, it is a very new product. We all know that SSD, or solid state drive, is obviously the future and its proliferation into portable storage inevitable, but don’t ask me why the hard drive giant (and now, also a flash drive giant) did not jump into it sooner. Anyways, they do now with the announcement of the company’s first-ever portable SSD, aptly called My Passport SSD. Duh. So what can you expect from this WD-typical-kind-of-stylish portable SSD that borderlines a flash drive? Continue reading Lets Welcome Western Digital To The World Of Portable SSD

Intel’s New Memory Is No Miracle Solution For Your Current Slow PC

So Intel has announced a new kind of memory that promised speed up your computer, particularly those who are still on traditionally HDD. When I first read the headline, I was elated and then I learn to take the excitement a notch down (or maybe even more). Why? This “magical new memory”, the Intel Optane Memory, won’t be a magic potion for your slow, aging computer. For it to deliver as promised, it has to be paired with a 7th-gen Intel core processor and to be honest, if you have that, I hardly doubt your computer will be any slower than mine aging 2008 iMac. Continue reading Intel’s New Memory Is No Miracle Solution For Your Current Slow PC

AOC Ultra Slim ‘Frameless’ 27” Display Introduced, Has Luxe Version Too

Who does not want a sleek-looking monitor? I would imagine most people would want if price isn’t an object. Having said that, if price is the stumbling block to you owning a beautiful display, AOC has just the computer monitor for you. The monitor in question is AOC 27-inch QHD Ultra Slim Frameless IPS Monitor (Q2781PQ). Sporting a sleek design, Q2781PQ touts an ultra slim design with a cool-looking asymmetric stand and boasts a QHD resolution (2,560 x 1,440 pixels), 50,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and a 4-sided “frameless” AH-IPS panel (not exactly frameless, but almost there) that offers an expansive 178-degree view angle. Continue reading AOC Ultra Slim ‘Frameless’ 27” Display Introduced, Has Luxe Version Too

Lenovo’s Razer Edition Is The Closest Thing You’ll Get To A Razer Desktop

Ever wonder how will a Razer desktop look like? Well, then look no further than the Lenovo Y900 Razer Edition Gaming Desktop PC. Granted, the Lenovo Y900 Razer Edition is not exactly a Razer’s own desktop gaming rig, but rest assure that you will have all your Razer-oriented gaming needs in one uber sleek desktop machine. What you will get is a complete setup which includes a Y27G curved gaming monitor boosting 144Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-Sync support, overclockable Intel processor and GTX 1080 graphics card (unfortunately, the latest 1080 Ti isn’t on the menu), and Chroma-goodness – thanks to the inclusion of Razer hardware comprising of Razer BlackWidow Chroma Mechanical Keyboard and Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Mouse. Continue reading Lenovo’s Razer Edition Is The Closest Thing You’ll Get To A Razer Desktop

Flter: Blanket Privacy Coverage For All Your Networked Devices Made Easy

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

GPD Pocket Puts The Power Of A Laptop In The Palm Of Your Hand

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

DELL Unveiled 32-inch 8K Display, 27-inch QHD Smart Workspace And More

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

Tobii Eye Tracking Now Available On More Consumer Products

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