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Thursday, 7 Jun 2012
Genius has an extensive range of products that includes just about anything you can think of, but it was their new GX Gaming Series, Ring Presenter and PenSketch M912 that caught our attention at this year's Computex.
Over at the ViewSonic booth in Computex 2012, we got some hands on time with their all-new Windows 8 and Android-based touch displays, as well as their new Digitizer pen tablet displays.
Cloud storage might be on the rise, but if you want uninterrupted media entertainment on the move, it's best to have your media files on the intended playback device or store them in portable wireless media storage options that you can stow away in your bag. Patriot's Gauntlet Node is one new option for the latter choice.
The compact TPL-407E connects Internet TVs, media players, game consoles, and PCs to the Internet using existing electrical lines. For additional security, simply press the Sync button to change existing encryption keys. Also, embedded power saving technology lowers power consumption by up to 70% in standby mode.
Dedicated Bluetooth compatible keyboards are an expensive accessory, but Aten has a nifty solution to convert existing keyboards to be mobile device friendly, saving you the added inventory cost.
We love mechanical keyboards because they just feel so much more pleasant to type on, so we just had to check out Ducky's limited edition Year of the Dragon keyboard at Computex 2012.
While Corsair has a fairly wide product refresh this time at Computex, their key highlights are its new Neutron series SSD units, the AX1200i digital ATX PSU and the Dominator Platinum memory. Read on to to get a quick update.
Plantronics announces its BackBeat Go wireless earbuds built for use with smartphones, tablets, and MP3 players, as well as its GameCom 780 USB gaming headset, which comes with 40mm speakers and a noise-canceling mic that eradicates background noise.
Wednesday, 6 Jun 2012
Samsung's booth at Computex 2012 was full of bright, shiny devices. But the ones that caught our eyes were their new touch-enabled Series 5 Ultra Touch and Ultra Convertible Ultrabooks. Here's what we think about them after a quick hands on session.
The problem with an All-In-One PC today lies in its inflexible and non-standard design which does not allow the user to service or upgrade its components within. So what happens when the processor is running slow after 3 good years of use, but all other parts are still functioning like new?