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PC Accessories & Software Deals at the Show

Here are some highlighted PC Accessories & Software deals at the PC Show this year.

HP Wireless Keyboard K5510

This HP Wireless Keyboard is sleek and ultra-slim with low-profile, scissor-style keycaps that are extra responsive. Adjustable feet and 10 customizable hotkeys let you personalize it to your own needs.

PC Show 2013 Offer

Location

Hall 6, Booth 6015

Logitech T650 Wireless Rechargeable Trackpad

If your Windows 8 computer doesn't have a touchscreen display, this multi-touch trackpad from Logitech is just what you need. Scroll, swipe, draw, and tap from one edge to the other to get the full Windows 8 experience!

PC Show 2013 Offer

  • PC Show Price: $99 (Usual Price: $109)

Location

Hall 6, Booth 6027

Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 

Use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, Access, and Publisher on up to five computers (any combination of PCs and Macs) and five mobile devices, with automatic updating for the latest features and services.

PC Show 2013 Offer

  • PC Show Price: $129

Location

Hall 6, Booth 6030

Norton 360 Multi-Device (5 Devices)

Complete protection for any combination of Macs, PCs and Android smartphones and tablets with tracking and recovery for lost or stolen Android mobile devices. 

PC Show 2013 Offer

  • PC Show Price: $119 (5 devices)
  • PC Show Promotion: Free GP Portable PowerBank, free pair of Man of Steel 3D Premiere tickets.
  • Brochure

Location

Hall 6, Booth 6000B

 

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PC Accessories & Software Buying Guide

Some desktop PC systems may ship without any inputs peripherals and that leaves the onus of shopping around for devices like mice and keyboards to the end-users. In some cases, the bundled stock input devices may not be to your liking; hence, swopping them out with purchases of one's choice is the next course of action.

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With the advent of touch-centric GUI brought forth to the desktop by WIndows 8 OS, there have been a slew of trackpads that enable users to execute gestures for interaction within Windows 8. Such gestures can be perform without having the user lift their arms to the level of the display device. There are also PC upgrade accessories, like memory module kits to give your desktop PC system a much-needed boost. These kits are usually rated with operating frequencies from 1,600MHz to high-end ones with 2,666MHz operating frequency.

 

 

 

Windows 8 OS-centric devices allow users to indirectly immerse themselves in the multi-touch experience of the new operating system without having to lift their arms beyond the surface level of their desks. They also empower users who have yet to invest in multi-touch display devices.

 

 

From Adobe to Microsoft, many companies are now switching to subscription, Cloud-based services for their software products. While a physical retail box is often available, there's generally no disc in the box. While such services almost always require an internet connection to work, there are many benefits over traditional software, including automatic software updates, less storage space required on your computer and the ability to store and access your files online from any computer.

 

What To Look Out For

OS Support: Some peripherals and software are made exclusively for Windows; while some have support for both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. Hence, do pay attention to the device's specifications.

Check out the latest PC accessories at our HardwareZone Memory Product Guide or the HardwareZone Input Devices Product Guide