Essentially anywhere you go in the developed world, you will notice that people seem to be obsessed with screens. People walk the streets while totally engrossed in whatever happens to be displayed on the screen of their smartphone, and if they’re forced to sit still for any amount of time, then out comes the tablet so they can watch an episode of Family Guy, play a round of Angry Birds, or read a magazine while vaguely remembering that magazines used to be made of paper.
With high-resolution video and other large media files eating up bandwidth users of WiFi are screaming for more bandwidth. Well ASUS is coming to their call with the RT-AC3200, which is a six-stream 802.11ac router capable of 3.2 Gbps!
If you are an extreme overclocker Gigabyte has got you covered with their SuperOverclock VRM GPU boards that they were showing off at Computex 2014 this week. These auxiliary VRM boards are of course aimed solely at professional overclockers.
At NVIDIA’s Gamer’s Day held at Computex 2014 there was one very interesting piece of hardware being shown off. NVIDIA has stuffed at GeForce GTX 760 GPU inside of Gigabyte’s incredibly small BRIX mini PC!
GeIL is showing off their new line of ZENITH high-performance solid state drives at Computex 2014 this week. The series made made up of two models: the performance-minded ZENITH S3 and the value-minded ZENITH A3.
We have always known ASUS for coming out with some pretty unusual products and the Transformer Book V is just that. It is a 5-in-1 device that can be used as a Windows laptop, Windows tablet, Android phone, Android tablet or Android laptop! ASUS wants you to use one device for all of your needs.
We normally know be quiet! for their power supplies and cooling solutions, but it looks like they are branching out into cases! At Computex 2014 they are showing off their first ever PC case! The case (which has no name yet) is aimed towards silence and high-end cooling performance.
Gigabyte was showing off a motherboard made for extreme overclockers at Computex 2014 this week. The board is the GA-Z97X-SOC Force LN2, which is much like the GA-Z97X-SOC Force that has been out for a while now, but the GA-Z97X-SOC Force LN2 does not come with any cooler mounting holes. This means it is made for LN2 cooling.