Antec is prepared to make a splash with their mobile product line, appropriately titled Antec Mobile Products (a.m.p). At CES 2013, Justin from Antec showed us the SP1, a Bluetooth speaker, and Pulse, a Bluetooth headset. The best thing about each of the aforementioned products is they both come with a built in microphone, allowing you to seamlessly switch between music and a phone call. Although Antec hasn’t abandoned their core and enthusiast PC market. On display was Antec’s new GX700 case, a rugged military inspired design with space for 240mm radiator on top, and an 11.5 inch graphics card. Antec has also added a few new models to their True Quiet fan line, and a new power supply. Special thanks to Justin for showing us all of the products.
Mad Catz has some of the most comfortable and unique gaming products on the market. At CES they were showing many different mobile solutions whether they were for laptops or tablets. The R.A.T. M is the only mobile gaming mouse on the market that includes a gaming grade laser sensor. The F.R.E.Q. M is a matching headset that not only can be used on your laptop, but also something like a tablet or iPod. Mad Catz also showed us the M.O.U.S. 9, which is a non-gaming version of their R.A.T. 9 gaming mouse and a Bluetooth gaming controller that can be used in a many different devices.
Today Logitech announced the expansion of its Mac lineup with two new products: the Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard for Mac, iPad and iPhone and the Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac. Each product brings new dimensions to the way you navigate and control your favorite Apple products. The Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch Keyboard features Logitech Easy-Switch technology – similar to the popular Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 – so you can easily go from typing an e-mail on your Mac to taking notes on your iPad to replying to a text on your iPhone, by simply pressing a button. In addition, the Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad gives you the full set of Mac OS multi-touch gestures on a smooth glass surface.
Tablets are great and it seems over the past couple of years they have really caught on. Since most people do 80% of their daily computing tasks in “the browser” tablets are becoming many people’s main computing devices. They are less expensive than laptops, are easier to carry around and just look cool! One of the most common tasks on a tablet is checking and sending e-mail. Writing e-mails on a tablet can be a little annoying. Well our friends over at Geeks.com have sent us Logitech’s Tablet Keyboard that is made for Android 3.0+ devices. This small keyboard gives you the advantage of using a real keyboard with your tablet and even comes with a folding stand. The wireless keyboards from Geeks.com are always great so let’s check this one out!
Intel’s X79 platform has been out for a little while now. This platform is the real high-end when it comes to gaming and CPU-intensive tasks. ASUS has quite a few different X79 motherboards to choose from. Today we will be taking a look at their P9X79 Pro Motherboard. This board sits in the middle of ASUS’s P9X79 boards with the P9X79 LE ($229) and P9X79 ($259) boards being below it and the P9X79 Deluxe ($359) and P9X79 WS ($379) being at the high end. With a price point of $299 the P9X79 Pro sits right in the middle. The board features quad-channel memory support, an all digital power design, SATA 6GB/s and USB 3.0 support, ASUS’s UEFI BIOS, ASUS SSD caching and much more. Read on as we take a look…
Home products maker Homedics’ Sharper Image and HMDX brands of audio products this year are focusing on Bluetooth-enabled products in order to win over the growing number of Android users whose primary method of audio playback aside from the stereo jack is Bluetooth. ThinkComputers’ Colin Dean speaks with Anthony Koperski in this video interview about the various mobile and stationary speaker products they were showing off this year.
Sep 19, 2014 0
Sep 19, 2014 0
Sep 09, 2014 0