Razer, a a gaming peripheral company has just unveiled its newest computer bag, the Razer Tactical Bag is a backpack built from military-grade materials.
Antec’s new case is the most entry level model in the GX family and the mid-tower case will be priced at about $59 in the US.
The BitFenix Prodigy M is a beautiful small form factor case that fits mATX and mini-ITX motherboards. The case may be small but it is very high quality.
We take a look at the Gigabyte GA-F2A88XN-WIFI and see how it does as a choice for a HTPC build .
When I think back on what I view as the most gorgeous PC I always come to the last version of classic Voodoo Omen.
HP just announced the brand new Omen gaming notebook, and has its sights set squarely on the Razer Blade notebook.
Lenovo just released the Yoga 3 Pro and the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro, while it announced the Yoga Tablet 2. The Yoga 3 Pro has a new watchband hinge, QHD+ display (3200×1800), and the new Intel Core M Processor. The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro has a 13.3″ QHD IPS display (2560×1140), 2GB of LPDDR3, Intel Atom Processor, and features an integrated projector in the frame. The Yoga Tablet 2 features a kickstand , ergonomic cylinder grip, and a Intel Atom Processor Yoga 3 Pro One thing that is first noticeable about the new design is the watchband hinge that is made out of 813 individual parts. It is supposed
As Bitcoin becomes more and more boring (and standardized) the amount of companies that begin to accept it increase ever more. A few months ago, TigerDirect announced that they would be accepting Bitcoin and that clearly has motivated other etailers to do so as well. So, it comes as little surprise that Newegg today announced that they will also be accepting Bitcoins as a form of payment for products on their site. There are no restrictions on what can be purchased with Bitcoin on Newegg’s site, which makes it incredibly attractive to anyone looking to spend their extra Bitcoins. Even though sites like Amazon haven’t
“There is no such thing as free lunch”, as the old saying goes. Thus, there should be no doubt that there is no way that you can achieve substantial performance boost for free. Or is there? One of my friends works in largest Croatian assembly of computers. In our conversation couple of days ago, he said that worst nag in assembly of computers is removing the jumpers from Seagate hard drives in order to enable SATA-II (aka SATA 3.0 Gbps) support. If you don’t remove the jumper, the drive will stay in SATA-I (1.5 Gbps) mode. Intrigued by this one, we’ve called our friends and