Feenix is taking the Apple approach to releasing products, make one model per year and make sure it’s really good. This year, their mouse is Nascita, which is shaped a bit like a Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer 3.0 (one of the greatest mice ever). Nascita is driverless, so there is not any extra software to install, has built in DPI up and down buttons with a small screen showing the current DPI, and of course forward and back buttons. It is also ergonomically designed for palm, claw, and semi-claw gamers.
External sound cards may not be in high demand, but if you do need one, be sure to check out Diamond’s Xtreme Sound 7.1 HD. Diamond has put together an awesome little box that looks good and has pretty much any input/output that you could want.
CES 2014 is littered with wearables. Even ThinkComputers’ own Mark Howland has been rocking a Galaxy Gear all week. Upon first seeing Nabu, it didn’t seem like anything different than what’s already on the market. But Razer’s vision for Nabu, Simplicity, Functionality, and Privacy, is completely different than anything that’s currently on the market.
Headphones have been around for almost ever, but over the last 3 – 5 years, a premium headphone market emerged. It seemed like every musician had their own pair of headphones, with each being tuned to that particular musician’s ear. Fast forward to today, and there’s only a few key players left, one of them being Wicked Audio. Wicked Audio has teamed up with Bongiovi Acoustics for Bongiovi to create a custom listening profile for a select number Wicked’s products.
Lugging around a laptop’s power supply can be a chore. FINsix aims to shrink laptop power supplies across the board into something you can easily carry in your pocket while still delivering the same power output.
Razer always has something innovative and flashy to show off at CES, this year is no different. Project Christine is Razer’s take on a desktop computer. Currently building a computer requires a ton of pieces, and some technical know-how. Razer’s vision is that anyone should be able to easily build a computer, it should be super fast with the possibility of being faster, and everything should be water cooled.
Flash Drives are no longer devices that only hold presentations and other random documents. SanDisk just announced 64GB versions of Wireless Flash Drive, and Wireless Media Drive. These flash drives not only store data, but will also stream media content to your mobile devices right from the flash drive.
Powerline adapters are gaining popularity, and the amount of data consumers are pushing over electrical networks is also increasing. To support the increased data throughput, TP-LINK has released a HomePlug AV2 powerline adapter, TL-PA8010. TP-LINK’s latest powerline adapter provides real gigabit throughput while remaining backwards compatible with older (AV200, AV500, AV600, AV900) devices.
Whether you want an extra wired port, or wireless at the far end of the house, powerline adapters are handy devices. TP-LINK wants to make it easy for consumers to extend their wireless networks. Unfortunately, current range extenders don’t really do the job, so TP-LINK has released TL-WPA4220KIT. This kit consists of two powerline adapters, one is an access point and the other is a standard Powerline Adapter. The access point powerline adapter will extend your wireless network to areas that need it most.
Wireless speeds continue to increase, case in point, TP-LINK’s AC1900 Router. AC1900 features speeds up to 1.9Gbps, a USB 3.0 port for media sharing, hardware NAT, and easy configuration via TP-LINK’s Tether App. Breaking down all of AC1900’s features, we’ll notice that its 1.9Gbps throughput is split across dual bands – 1.3Gbps over 5GHz, and […]