Giagbyte’s Aorus X3 Gaming Laptops Prove Lighter Than The Razer Blade

When you think of gaming laptops, Alienware is a brand that probably comes to mind. However Alienware’s gaming laptops tend to be pretty big and bulky, not to mention pretty damn heavy too, so what can we do? Well the next best thing would be the Razer Blade, Razer’s take on the gaming laptop which is both thin and relatively light. Unfortunately it looks like Razer has since been dethroned […]

HP Leap Motion Keyboard Launches For $99

Leap Motion emerged on the scene in 2012 with its motion sensor called the Leap. It claimed that the sensor was 200 times more accurate than existing technology at that time. The sensor is roughly about the size of a pack of gum and connects to a computer through USB, being able to track all ten fingers of a user to within 1/100 of a millimeter. If having that sensor on […]

ASUS Reveals 32-Inch Curved Monitor

[Computex 2014] It is just me, or are hardware manufacturers slowly but surely making the move to curved form factors? That does seem to apply to the world of smartphones, as evident by what Samsung and LG have revealed in recent times, and it seems that monitors, too, are not exempt from this line of design thought with ASUS having unveiled a 32” curved monitor. Do bear in mind that […]

Toshiba Encore 7 Tablet Does The Windows Dance

[Computex 2014] Over at Computex 2014 this year in Taiwan, Nick Parker, who is also Microsoft’s corporate vice president, showed off to the floor the most recent range of Windows-powered hardware devices that will be made available to the masses at a lower price point than before in order to penetrate newer markets. In fact, it was also in Taiwan when the first reveal of the upcoming 7” Encore tablet […]


Competition In Wearable Tech Arena Heats Up

[Computex 2014] Google Glass might be the de facto champion of the wearable tech world at the moment, but this does not mean that other hardware manufacturers are going to sit down and do nothing about the situation. Computex 2014 is a hotbed for such technology to be shown off, where ChipSip has picked up Computex’s Best Choice award when it comes to their pair of smart glasses which intend […]

Wistron Unveils 6.45-inch Windows Phone Reference Design

One of the larger Windows Phone handsets available at the moment is the Nokia Lumia 1520. The display is pretty big at 6-inches but it seems that a company by the name of Wistron is hoping to beat that. The company has recently shown off the Wistron Tiger Windows Phone at Computex 2014 and unlike the Lumia 1520, this phone has a whopping 6.45-inch display. Yep, it looks like the […]

ASUS Shows Off USB Touch Monitor

[Computex 2014] The folks over at ASUS are pretty busy in their home country where Computex 2014 is taking place at the moment, and one of the devices that are being paraded at this point in time happens to be a 14” USB touch monitor that might just come in handy, especially for folks who need to work with more than a single display in the vicinity, and yet do […]

Acer Shows Off 28-Inch 4K Monitor With NVIDIA’s G-Sync Technology

4K is all the rage these days, no wonder we saw a plethora of relevant products back at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. A similar show is taking place in Taipei, Taiwan and already quite a few products have been unveiled there. Acer is among the companies that have a big presence at Computex and today it has showed off a new 28-inch 4K monitor that comes with NVIDIA’s […]

SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD: Consistent Speed + 10 year warranty

During the Computex 2014 trade show in Taiwan, Sandisk has launched the Sandisk Extreme Pro 3.5” SSD, which aims at the high-end enthusiast PC/Gaming market. The SSD can reach peak theoretical speeds of 550MBps (read) / 520 Mbps (write) and comes in capacities that reach 1 Terabyte. However, the most important feature for this storage device is its ability to keep its performance around its peak level long after it […]

7.2mm-Thin PC Powered By Intel Broadwell Processor

At Computex 2014, Intel’s President Renée James has unveiled Intel Next-Gen mobile PC reference design. The prototype is a 12.5” detachable keyboard 2 in 1 PC that looks like a very nice and big 670g, 7.2mm thin tablet without its keyboard. The design allows for additional cooling when the computer is docked to a fixed station, which means increased performance when working on a desk.

ASUS ROG Maximus VII Formula Gaming Motherboard

[Computex 2014] When it comes to gaming peripherals as well as computers, you know for sure that hardcore gamers do take their “tools of the trade” very, very seriously. And by that, I mean actually sourcing just which is the best part for a particular gaming set up, and most of the time, a stock motherboard will not do. ASUS knows this, which is why they have taken the opportunity […]

ASUS ROG G20 Gaming Desktop

[Computex 2014] ASUS continues to expand their Republic of Gamers (ROG) range with the announcement of the ASUS ROG G20 gaming desktop at this year’s Computex in Taiwan. Do not be fooled by its relatively small size – the smaller form factor desktop does pack quite a punch underneath the hood to deliver its fair share of processing firepower to keep you entertained after a particularly difficult day at work.

ASUS Zenbook NX500 Ultrabook With 4K Display Announced

It looks like at Computex 2014 this year, ASUS has a ton of new products that have just announced. Earlier we have seen the company announce the Transformer Book T300 Chi, a Surface Pro 3-like competitor, and the Transformer Book V, a highly souped up version of the PadFone X. Now it looks like ASUS has announced the Zenbook NX500, which is a 15.6-inch Ultrabook for those who are looking […]

ASUS Transformer Book V Will Run Both Windows And Android

Now you might recall a while back there was talks about ASUS launching a device that would be able to dual boot both Windows and Android at the same time. The devices were actually announced but according to the rumors, Google had pressured ASUS (and other OEMs) to kill off such products, since they did not appreciate having to share the same platform as Microsoft. We’re not sure how accurate […]