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CompuLab has updated their mini computer for the Linux users amongst us. Collaboration from he Linux Mint team took place creating the Mini 2, the fourth generation of its MintBox line of small finless computers. Don’t worry, it also can run Windows 10 and FreeBSD. The housing is solid metal, is just 4.4 x 3.3 x 1.3 inches, and weighs 12.3-ounces. Inside is a quad-core Intel Celeron (Apollo Lake) J3455 CPU (up to 2.3 GHz), an Intel HD 500 GPU, up to 8 GB’s of RAM, and up to 128 GB’s of storage. MBM2 is based on Compulab...

Aukey KM-G10 Mechanical Retro Keyboard Angle

The Aukey KM-G10 Keyboard has two unique features going for it; 1) it is a mechanical keyboard and 2) it has the retro styled round keycaps like an old typewriter. By the way, this $44 keyboard has a one-day coupon code which brings it down to $29.91. Coupon code and more details after the break. (more…)

Hard to tell from these pictures, but this hardline liquid cooled gaming PC is just 6 x 4 x 12-inches in size. Digital Storm Spark specs include advanced liquid cooling, an Intel Core i7-8700K at 3.7GHz (can be overclocked to 4GHz+), an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 card, a 6Gb/s SATA port, 3000MHz DDR4 RAM (up to 32GB’s), and three SSD slots. The Digital Storm Spark should be shipping by Q2 2018 with prices starting at $1,300. This is the first time, in a long time, that I have been excited about a gaming computer. ...

Posted on Jun 5 2017 - 12:02pm by Ty G
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The new iMac Pro is the fastest and most powerful Mac every built. The processing power starts at 8-cores and can go up to an 18-core Xeon processor. Other options include up to 128GB’s of ram and 4TB’s of SSD storage. This workstation is a wolf in sheets clothing and is wrapped in a similar aluminum body with a new color (dark space gray). Video processing is handled by the new Radeon Vega GPU which can drive up to 44-million pixels at once and there are two USB-C ports. Look for the new 2017 iMac Pro in December starting...

I am not sure if this product was actually intended as a heater for your hands while using your keyboard and mouse, or if it was just repurposed. Either way, I could use one right now. The Ra-Key Radiant Keyboard Heater ($79) keeps your hands toasty while you work at the computer. There is a 4 or 8 hour timer, a quiet fan-less design, and it uses about 400-watts. That will teach the overlords to run...

Posted on Jan 23 2017 - 8:40am by Lisa C.
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For the non-youngsters amongst us, this keyboard should spark some nostalgia for the typewriters of yesterday. The round keycaps and classic looks are just easy on the eyes. Take this old school look and add in wireless (pair up to three devices simultaneously), or wired modes, Apple Magic keyboard layout, multiple colors, and mechanical keys and you have the Lofree Keyboard. Prices and availability are a bit of a mystery at the moment. ...

File this one under disgruntled employee or evil trolling. The USB Kill 2.0 ($49) looks like a standard USB memory stick but it is so much more evil. USB Kill 2.0 has one job, to kill desktops, laptops, TV’s, or just about anything with a USB port. When plugged in, it begins collecting power from the USB port (5V, 1-3A) until it reaches around 240-volts, upon which it returns this extra power...

Plantronics is known for making solid audio products, mainly office phone speaker systems. Now, they entering the gaming space with their RIG line of gaming headsets. The Plantronics RIG line comes in 400, 500, 600, 800, Flex, and  4VR models. The 400, 500, 800, and Flex models are made for the xbox One and Playstation while the 600 is a cross-platform model. The 4VR is made of the PlayStation VR...

Posted on Jun 3 2016 - 8:46am by Craig
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If you are a gamer then you are more than likely familiar with Asus’ Republic of Gamers. They have been building cool gaming PC components for 10 years. To celebrate this milestone they have come out with gaming PC that takes a departure from the traditional motherboard/case relationship. The Asus ROG Avalon Gaming PC is a concept gaming rig that has separate boards for graphics, SSD, and PSU. These individual components can be swapped out easily from the front of the case. ...

What the heck is an eMac? Well it is a Curved/labs gadget that turns your iPad Pro into a desktop running OS X. The design is throwback to the 1990’s Apple iMac but uses current Apple colors (space grey, silver, gold rose gold, etc…). Pretty clever. The Curved/labs eMac also has a front camera for 3D image scanning, built-in stereo speakers, and the retro designed casing. Will this product become a reality? Time will tell. ...