computers

Logitech MX Keys review: A wireless keyboard that does much more

Paired with the MX Master 3 mouse, the MX Keys can power up to three computers at once. Keyboards and mice have a pretty buttoned-down

Galaxy Tab Active Pro brings Samsung DeX to rugged 10-inch slate

It seems that Samsung is truly invested in its DeX platform (whether or not Linux on DeX is a passing fad is a different question).

Razer Blade Stealth 13 crams gaming muscle in a three-pound ultrabook

In the computing industry, power and size are often proportional. That’s why there’s no small amount of fuss when device makers are able to deliver

Teclast T30 Review: A 10.1 inch 4G Phablet Featuring Helio P70 chipset, 8000mAh battery

Teclast, a somewhat “exotic” electronics manufacturer mainly associated with computers, hybrids, smartphones, and accessories, also offers tablets. The latest proposal from the said segment is the T30

Dell OptiPlex 7070 Ultra modular PC hides inside a monitor stand

The trend in computers, even among desktop users, has been to shrink the PC and even make it disappear. For desktops, that has usually meant

Galaxy Note 10 DeX now works in window on your laptop, but why?

Today Samsung got serious about their desktop software DeX with confirmation that they would, indeed, be delivering compatibility software for Windows and Mac computers. If

MINIX NEO C SSD USB Type-C hub – a dongle, done the right way

With the latest MacBooks being essentially metal cases with only USB Type-C connectors, a lot of people grew more and more frustrated by the choices

Best portable gaming laptops and ultrabooks in 2019 (detailed guide)

We’re primarily sticking with the portable variants, but we’ll also touch on the best full-size gaming notebooks, due to their excellent value and the fact

How to Calibrate Your OLED display in Windows 10

Organic Light Emitting Displays, or “OLED” for short, have been appearing in TVs and smartphones for the better part of a decade now. However, 2019

Intel 10th gen “Ice Lake” start with 11 processors for laptops, 2-in-1s

Intel has definitely seen better days. While it is arguably still the king of x86/x64 CPUs, it is losing ground in other markets and segments.

Synology DiskStation DS1019+ Review

Network Attached Storage or NAS devices have evolved from being plain data storage boxes to special-purpose computers that come in many shapes and sizes. From

Best Memory Card Readers 2019

When you have a memory card full of images to transfer to your computer, a card reader is the best, and quickest, way to get

HYSTOU FMP04 Review: Fanless Mini PC with Core i5-7th Gen CPU (8+256 SSD)

Meet the Hystou FMP04 – another fanless computer with an Intel Core i5-7200U processor for your IoT and home entertainment projects. This particular module has

Creative Sound BlasterX G6 Review : External sound card

Sound Blaster, remember them? The brand is Creative Labs, and for a time they were it when it came to PC sound. If you were producing a

LaCie 2big RAID Review : The Answer to a Photographer’s Storage Woes

LaCie’s 2big RAID is a secure, easy to use solution for photographers and content creators in need of extra local storage. Thanks to raw files

Under $1000: 5 PCs That Can Handle Your Toughest Photo Editing

You really don’t have to spend a fortune on a PC for photo editing; these Windows-based PCs prove that.  Tired of your current desktop or

First Impressions: Lenovo Yoga A940 All-In-One Desktop for Creatives

More and more creatives are integrating PCs like the Lenovo Yoga A940 into their workflow in place of Apple computers. When Microsoft first announced the

Google Stadia: Pricing, release date details and how it works

Google will be launching its much-rumoured cloud gaming platform, Stadia, in November this year. It is effectively the company’s “Netflix of games”, with games hosted

Lenovo Launches Refreshed IdeaPad, Yoga, and IdeaCentre Computers

Featuring a more streamlined lineup In time for the second half of 2019, Lenovo unveiled its refreshed line of IdeaPad laptops, Yoga premium laptops, and

GPD P2 Max wants to redefine Ultrabook laptops

Shenzen-based manufacturer GPD has really come a long way from its relatively obscure origins. Its name originally stood for “GamePad Digital” and it made a

XiDU PhilBook, PhilBook Max, Tour and Philpad Best Choice to Use Computers Alternately

A few days ago, I received a mysterious huge package. I tore it apart and found four devices I have been looking forward to for

How to install iOS 13, iPadOS & macOS Catalina – and why you should wait

Apple’s new public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS, and macOS Catalina are out, and the big question is: should you give beta software a try

One mix 3 Yoga pocket laptop review: Compact size great features

The Chinese computer and software manufacturer One- Netbook launches their new production One Netbook One Mix 3 Pocket laptop. They had been dedicated to design and deliver

Lenovo Z6 Pro 4G Phablet Review: Comprehensive and Amazing

Lenovo is best company in smartphones. Now Lenovo become a brand in market. Lenovo designed various mobile phones with high technology. But now Lenovo launches

Minix NEO J50C thin client PC review

Sales of personal computers might be sliding but the silver lining in what looks like a morose market comes from the enterprise and business segment

New Mac Pro first look: Be careful what you wish for

Familiar, and yet new: the new 2019 Mac Pro is about as big a departure, generation to generation, as Apple computers get, but somehow it

Computex, an AMD vs Intel CPU SmackDown and Apple’s worst nightmare: The Week in Geek

It’s all about computers this week as we sent one of our journalists all the way to Taiwan to find all the shockingly brilliant and

Qualcomm and Lenovo reveals the world’s first 5G laptop

Because of its immediate connection with mobile network carriers, 5G is often thought of as an upcoming revolution in smartphones. However, it’s also promised to

Withings Move Activity Tracking Watch REVIEW

A great option for someone who wants a smartwatch without the ‘smart’. I’m a child of the 80s. So, I grew up with classic cartoons

Audioengine 512 Review

Audioengine is known for its audiophile-centric approach to affordable speakers for computers and the rest of your home, but less so for portable Bluetooth models. And unlike the rest