If you're a fan of Windows 8 and you want to take advantage of all the touch features that the operating system has, but you use a desktop computer Dell has some new computer monitors you may be interested in. Dell has announced the launch of three new touchscreen monitors aimed at Windows 8 users looking for gesture support and touchscreen interactivity for their desktop computers.
Tt eSports has taken the wraps off its latest gaming keyboard, the mechanical POSEIDON Illuminated. So that gamers "could have the change to experience" a mechanical gaming keyboard, Tt eSports promises that the device is a high-end offering that falls into an affordable price range, with the MSRP being pegged at $80 USD.
The Apple Thunderbolt Display is long overdue a makeover. Revealed in July 2011, the 27-inch monitor has watched generations of MacBook come and go - and, until this year at least, the Mac Pro stagnate with no compatibility whatsoever - and, despite the iMac aesthetic it originally echoed being significantly upgraded last October, still languishes with its original design. Sometimes, with Apple, you have to be patient. The company has, for the most part, a yearly refresh cycle, but the Thunderbolt Display is (in tech terms) old. Still, that arguably just gives Apple the chance to do something particularly special with the new Thunderbolt Display - so here's my wish list.
Though the Windows 8 user interface still sits in the "generally designed for touch" category, Microsoft isn't being shy about continuing to push their hardware line with clickables like the Sculpt Comfort Mouse and the Sculpt Mobile Mouse this week. The Sculpt Comfort Mouse is made to be a companion of Microsoft's Sculpt Comfort Keyboard, a device we reviewed a few months ago as it worked with Windows 8. Meanwhile the Sculpt Mobile Mouse takes the place of the original Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500, adding a Windows button for bringing you back to your home screen both in Windows 8 and Windows 7.
Most people are familiar with repetitive stress injuries, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, that can develop over time if you do the same motions with your hands or other body parts repeatedly. Carpal tunnel syndrome can be very painful and can significantly affect your performance at work or at home. If you suffer from carpal tunnel or want to reduce the chances that you will suffer from the condition, there are some computer peripheral options out there that will help.
If you're a Mac user who is looking for an external storage device that features an integrated optical drive, Newer Technology as an offering that is rather interesting. The device is called the miniStack Max and it's been around for a while featuring an integrated Blu-ray drive. The problem for a lot of people who like the idea of this product was that they didn't necessarily need a Blu-ray drive and that added significantly to the cost.
Logitech has become an icon in the gaming peripheral industry with their G-series line of keyboards, mice, and headsets. The company recently overhauled the G-series by giving it a new look, as well as announcing a slew of new gaming accessories to add to the line. We ended up checking out their new G430 headset -- which is the cream of the crop out of the new line of products they unveiled -- in order to see what kind of boost they can give gamers during the heat of the battle. Is the $80 price tag worth it? Let’s find out.
In what may one of the most consumer-friendly moves made by a company, Razer has announced that it will honor purchases made with a 90% off coupon that was mistakingly made public on the company's UK store. Razer said that the coupon was put there by a third-party to test out the company's online shopping cart, but it ended up making its way out into the limelight.