Apple’s new 2018 MacBook Pro Touch Bar features options for Intel 8th generation i5, i7 and i9 Core processors, TrueTone screen, up to 32GB memory
The new 2018 MacBook Pro 13” Touch Bar scores a dismal 1-out-of-10 for repairability. Teardown specialists iFixit say even that is charitable.
Apple has very quietly announced a Keyboard Service program for MacBook and Pro laptops built since 2015. The issue – MacBook and Pro keys randomly
The original Microsoft Surface 3 was 10.8-inches. The Surface Pro went to 12.3-inches. At last, Microsoft has a 10-inch Surface Go for travellers. Fits nicely
ASUS ZenBook S follows the Buddha saying, “Aim for success, not perfection. Never give up because you will lose the ability to learn new things.
The Kensington SD1600P USB-C Dock is a no-frills USB-C dock. It is small enough to put in your bag. It provides that much-needed 2 x
The Razer Huntsman keyboard uses a new breed of optomechanical key switches. These have an ultra-low 1.5mm actuation point for up to 30% speed increase
Well, Perfected Keyboard would like you to think so. It’s a new type of infrared mechanical USB keyboard with a minimalist design that works for
Following a tsunami of complaints on Apple forums about faulty MacBook and Pro keyboards post-2015 Apple has caved and will repair them for free.
The humble mouse has been a fixture in the PC gaming space for a very long time. Recent technology advances can give a modern gaming
Retro is in. What about a keyboard that looks like an old-style typewriter? Enter the KnewKey Rymek – and it looks and feels like it
The $20,000 instant asset write-off has been extended until 1 July 2019. Great news for small business, especially if you use it wisely. You need
The new Samsung Pro Endurance microSDHC/microSDXC is built for lasting endurance especially in video intensive environments.
Intel’s new 8th gen Core i9 laptop processors are the highest-performance laptop processor it has ever built. They deliver its best mobile gaming and content
[email protected] 2018 used the event to reinforce its call for OEMs to build Intel ‘Creator’ PCs. It’s time to push the boundaries of current design.