Category Archives: COMPUTING

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

Lenovo Announced Annual Sale Event With Up To 50 Percent Discount

The craziest thing in the personal computing industry just happens. Lenovo has announced that Annual Sale and Technology Deals Event is on. The Lenovo Annual Sale kicks off today (March 14) and will continue through to Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Part of the sales event include a daily and hourly doorbusters where you will find some gadgets going at up to 50 percent off the list price. Hourly doorbusters will begin on March 18, 2019. Continue reading Lenovo Announced Annual Sale Event With Up To 50 Percent Discount

CorelDraw 2019 Returns To Mac, Introduces CorelDraw Web App

CorelDraw, the Adobe Illustration direct competition. I have long forgotten it since I started using Mac and picked up Adobe Illustrator. After 18 years hiatus, the other go-to illustration software has return to Mac and like Adobe, it has also hopped onto the web bandwagon. Meet the CorelDraw Graphics Suite 2019, now for Mac and as a web app. With the release of the CorelDraw Graphics Suite 2019, Corel also brings to the table, the latest Windows update. Continue reading CorelDraw 2019 Returns To Mac, Introduces CorelDraw Web App

Gameplay With A Regular Mouse Versus A Pro Gaming Mouse

Someone who is just gaming once in a while may buy a standard optical mouse that may cost around 10-15 bucks. But if you are a serious gamer and can’t help yourself playing pro-games all the time, then investing in a good gaming mouse should be your priority. If you are worried about the price, then listen you can easily get an incredible range of gaming mouse under $30. Continue reading Gameplay With A Regular Mouse Versus A Pro Gaming Mouse

Budget TV Maker, TCL, Working On Wrist-wearable Foldable Smartphone

The smartphone industry has seen little to no innovation since its popularization by Apple 12 years ago. Since the first full, colored touch display rolled into the market, things hasn’t change a whole. Sure, we have better display, under display fingerprint sensor, and better cameras, but really, as far as usability, smartphones remain largely the same. And I am perfectly fine with incremental innovations, but just don’t ask for crazy prices in exchange. However, things are set to change this year and beyond, as manufacturers are getting serious with foldable devices. Continue reading Budget TV Maker, TCL, Working On Wrist-wearable Foldable Smartphone

SURFboard mAX Pro Wants To Future-proof Your Home Wireless Network

Ready to future-proof your entire home wireless network and also getting the speed that you have paid for (and not a router that sticks out like a sore thumb)? Well then, here’s a wireless router you may be interested: ARRIS SURFboard mAX Pro Mesh Wi-Fi System. Billed as the world’ most advanced solution for delivering Gigabit Wi-Fi performance to every device in every room, the ARRIS SURFboard mAX Pro Mesh Wi-Fi System employs tri-band, Wi-Fi 6 (AKA 802.11ax standard), 4×4, and Mesh, to achieve Gigabit service and ubiquitous coverage. Continue reading SURFboard mAX Pro Wants To Future-proof Your Home Wireless Network

DELL Introduces New Laptop That Will Survive Classroom Abuses

I have been away from classroom far too long. Even longer from K-12. As it turns out, K-12 isn’t what they used to be. K-12 appears to be too rough for a laptop to survive. And it is with this believe, DELL introduces DELL Latitude 330 Education, along with a few affordable mobile computing solutions, the DELL Chromebooks 3100, 31002-in-1 and 3400 laptops. Lets talk about the Latitude 330 Education first because, I am totally intrigue by its claimed robustness. Continue reading DELL Introduces New Laptop That Will Survive Classroom Abuses

Sony 13-inch Digital Paper In White Looks Even More Like A Piece Of Paper

If you haven’t heard, Sony DPT-CP1 10-inch Digital Paper has a bigger brother, the Sony DPT-RP1 13-inch Digital Paper. It is basically the DPT-CP1, but larger for seeing and writing more. We have just received a note from Sony, announcing a new color option, white, for the Sony DPT-RP1 13-inch Digital Paper. The new, white 13-inch DPT-RP1 model is mere color change, which means it shares the same features as the current black model. Continue reading Sony 13-inch Digital Paper In White Looks Even More Like A Piece Of Paper

ASUS Think Its A Good Idea To Combine A Router And Smart Speaker

Now, here’s a gadget from ASUS that we see as a potential solution to “too many gadgets.” Called ASUS Lyra Voice, this sleek piece of gadget is a tri-band WiFi router with AiMesh and a smart speaker, specifically, with Amazon Alexa integration. Also, it is a Bluetooth speaker that boasts ASUS and DTS audio technology. Basically, with Lyra Voice, you can own one device instead of three. Aesthetically, it looks nothing like a router. There are no unsightly antennas, which may be a good thing and honestly, it looks like a half-size sound bar more than anything. Continue reading ASUS Think Its A Good Idea To Combine A Router And Smart Speaker

Brilliant Concept Portable Hard Drive’s Enclosure Is Also Its Packaging

This is Stripe, a concept portable hard drive by Industrial product designer Do Kyoung LEE. One look, you know this ain’t no ordinary drive. Ordinary it is not. LEE’s Stripe addresses two thorny issues associated with portable hard drive. First, the shock protection and second, packaging. To address the first concern (i.e. shock protection), LEE proposed a grill-like design made of flexible rubber, as opposite to the rigid plastic used in many so-called rugged portable hard drives. Continue reading Brilliant Concept Portable Hard Drive’s Enclosure Is Also Its Packaging

LG To Debut Massive 49-inch UltraWide Computer Monitor At CES 2019

No. What you see here is not a two-monitor setup. Neither image stretched horizontally. It is one single UltraWide computer monitor from LG. Set to debut at CES 2019 are the 49-inch LG UltraWide Monitor (49WL95) and the 38-inch UltraGear Gaming Monitor (38GL950G) that offers an incredibly expansive aspect ratio of 32:9 and 21:9, respectively. And they are both curved monitor. That kind of makes Philips Momentum 43-inch 4K LED Monitor seems a tad small, isn’t it? Continue reading LG To Debut Massive 49-inch UltraWide Computer Monitor At CES 2019