QacQoc is a Chinese company that makes quality connectors, docks and adaptors. Shame about the name!
For many years I regarded “computer speakers” with derision. The whippersnappers amongst you readers may not realise it, but the now ubiquitous IBM-compatible personal computer
Aussie based Five Star Games has announced the resurrection of the C64 – a working half-scale version of the best-selling computer of the 80s.
Samsung is a global leader in V-NAND memory technology and has released the updated 860 PRO and EVO SSD (solid state disks). They are fast.
Micron Technology has launched the Micron 5200 series of SATA solid state drives (SSDs) built on its new 64-layer 3D NAND technology.
Samsung’s latest 64-layer V-NAND combined with an LPDDR4 buffer and new MJX controller enable the new 860 PRO to deliver up to 550/530 MB/s read/write
No, I am not talking about a V-Dub or an annoying flying insect, but Audioquest’s Beetle – an Optical-Bluetooth-USB, Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC).
Kogan has announced a low-cost 360° convertible notebook at A$399 (pre-orders only).
Crucial has released a new SSD (solid state storage drive) using its 2nd generation Micron 64-layer, 3D TCL NAND. It is fast – very fast.
The Consumer Electronics Show is over for another year – was it a boom or bust year?
Dell unveiled a suite of new products and software to help address the myriad ways people play and work. Dell also highlighted some of the
Intel is a behemoth – the 1000-pound Gorilla inside IT hardware running on the majority of PCs, tablets, servers, a lot of IoT, and now
Taiwanese computer maker ASUS showed off its latest offerings at CES 2018 including a new ZenBook 13, X507 15.6” laptop, two All-in-one PCs, and the
Lenovo launched what is arguably now one of the largest range of laptops, desktops, tablets and peripherals at CES 2018.
Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades has launched the Crucial MX500 SSD with sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to
HP used CES 2017 to unveil the long-anticipated 15.6” Spectre x360 – arguably the world’s first and fastest Windows 10 convertible with an option of