Giada has been making small computer systems, including a number of different bare-bones machines for a long time. The company is back with a new machine that is shipping soon called the D300. This new computer uses third-generation Intel Core processors.
Ask any PC gamers with a beefy rig, and they'll tell you that you want to be using a multi-monitor display while gaming. Naturally, gamers aren't the only ones using multi-monitor displays, as those setups also come in handy in the workplace. There's just one problem: if your desktop or laptop only has a single video-out, you're out of luck when it comes to using a multi-monitor display.
For the most part, PC enthusiasts still imagine Mac computers as closed platforms with hardware that you can't upgrade. Outside of upgrading RAM, that notion might be true for some Mac computers. However, Mac Pro users do have a few more options for upgrades. NVIDIA has announced a new video card for Mac Pro users that promises very impressive performance called the Quadro K5000.
Amped Wireless has released two WiFi-boosting USB adapters, the UA1000 and the UA2000. The two models are high-power WiFi directional adapters that can handle high-speed access and extend the range of your wireless network by up to three times the distance of standard wireless adapters.
If you're often having to juggle between typing for your work and typing text messages on your iPhone, here's a new keyboard from Matias that does it all. The Matias Tactile One Keyboard lets you instantly switch back and forth between your iPhone and your PC or Mac with the push of button, much like having two keyboards in one. Plus, it's built with buckling spring keys so that even the most discerning typists will be impressed.
Unlike other wireless gaming controllers, Gametel includes a universal built-in dock for any smartphone. The controller is compatible with tablets as well - but you can't dock it in. Sometimes it's not practical to play some of the more intense games on iOS, Android, or PC with a touchscreen, and a D-Pad with buttons can make a world of difference.
The LogMeIn app for remotely accessing your Mac or Windows desktop via your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch is now free. The app originally cost $29.99 and was called LogMeIn Ignition. This new version carries over much of the same functionality allowing you to remotely control your desktop computer from the convenience of your iOS device while on the road or simply lounging on the couch.
With everything moving more towards digital format - TV Shows, Movies and now games, brick and mortar will slowly become a term of the not-too-distant past. Services such as Steam and Origin have made it easy to purchase games and download them directly to your PC. Going digital is definitely the way of the future and GameFly is preparing.
Seagate has rolled out a new and very high capacity external HDD called the 4TB GoFlex Desk Drive. This drive claims to be the highest capacity HDD in the industry. The big 4TB HDD has a new black industrial design that will be rolled out to the entire line of GoFlex drives in the coming weeks. A Mac version of the drive will be offered via Apple Stores in the coming weeks as well. The MSRP for the 4TB GoFlex is $249.99.
What you're going to get right here is one small computer, that's an open and shut case. This is the quite unassuming LPC-125LPM from Stealth Computer, a group that's known for it's small and awesome machinery. This device measures 6.1-inches by 4-inches by 1.45-inches, it weighing in at 1.2 pounds and having any color case you want, just so long as it's black. Inside you're going to find a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom D525 dual-core processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory, and a 55GB solid state drive. Is this the next ultra-tiny computer on your desktop or hidden under your desk, or would you rather have a dual-core smartphone instead? Let's get a little bit more into this situation before you make your decision.