ASUS introduces more Republic of Gamers (ROG) products at Computex.
MSi has a new concept product and it’s going to blow your mind.
Not long ago we released a review about the O+ Duo — a budget-friendly Tablet hybrid that boots both Android and Windows. The device was aimed for those people looking for something that balances their work/school life and entertainment needs.
O+ USA has announced another storage upgrade on one of their existing products.
The original iPad Pro was certainly a compelling new tablet, especially for those looking for a more capable iPad. However, with its 12.9 inch screen, it’s hardly as portable or lightweight as the typical tablet. Enter the newly announced Apple iPad Pro 9.7, which looks just like the iPad Air 2, but promises performance, portability and productivity that would put your laptop to shame.
Gaming-oriented and within everyone’s budget, the Asus Cerberus Gaming Keyboard and Mouse are headed to the Philippines.
The sixth-generation of Intel Core processors, also known under the codename Skylake, has been announced. The chip company calls it its “most scalable processor family ever.”
While we wait for our local companies to churn out affordable Windows 10 tablets, we’ve no choice but to look elsewhere. That said, we’ve set our eyes on the Teclast X98 Pro, a 9.7-inch slate that runs Microsoft’s latest operating system and only costs around $270.
Late last month at the Pinoy Gaming Festival 2015, Asus showcased three new devices from its Republic of Gamers (ROG) series: the G501 and G551 ultra-thin laptops as well as the G20 desktop.
We don’t see a lot of computer designs that stray too far from the norm. But once in a while, a daredevil manufacturer releases a unique creation. Take the Pipo X8 as an example—it’s a mini PC with its own 7-inch touchscreen display.
HP has revealed two new desktop PCs that can be held in the palm of your hands: the HP Stream Mini and Pavilion Mini. They’re small form-factor computers that come packing with a full-fledged Windows operating system.
As the years go by, technology tends to evolve at great measure. A number of laptop manufacturing companies have already unveiled their latest laptops that are going to be on the market in 2015. They are definitely more skinny, lightweight, and contain a handful of more features than past models.
While the world may be moving to smaller devices that you can take anywhere, sometimes the best tool for the job is a old fashioned desktop computer. While some may be surprised that these are still being made, the fact is they are still very much in production and are still some of the most powerful and affordable computers you will find.
There’s a new Catalyst graphics driver being put out by AMD called the Catalyst Omega, with many new attributes for a superior gaming experience. Such improvements include the new VSR capabilities, FreeSync, better frame pacing, a 5k support monitor, and much more.