In the digital age, anything below a 1MBps internet connection is glacially slow, what with our need for constant streaming of data. However, with faster internet speeds comes a higher requirement for equipment, not the least of which is a decent wireless router. However, routers don’t come cheap, especially ones that can support GBps connections.
Curved screens aren’t just for TV anymore; in recent years, they’ve been applying the same curved screen technology on computer monitors as well. Not only does this give your screen an uninterrupted, cinematic feel that’ll make even the most boring word document exciting, its crystal-clear images turns any videogame into a completely immersive experience. Of
When it comes to gaming or just straight-up typing, nothing beats a mechanical keyboard. The mechanical keyboard has been around since the advent of personal computers and has withstood the tests of time, membrane keyboards, and even those cool-looking-but-ultimately-pretty-disappointing projection keyboards. It’s simple: mechanical keyboards just have a superior touch-feel. It helps people type faster,
When it comes to buying a mouse for your PC or laptop, aesthetics ought to be a secondary, even tertiary concern; ergonomic design and comfort should be your top considerations. While it might be tempting to blow all your budget on a fancy graphics card or a swanky PC case, hold back just a little
Featured Image from: Amazon.com In the digital age, mechanical keyboards might seem like a thing of the past; however, there are still some modern, updated, and sleek keyboards out there for you to enjoy. But instead of settling for those old, bulky, and frankly outdated, plug-in keyboards, why not treat yourself to a wireless keyboard
Featured Image from: Amazon The MacBook is possibly one of the best machines ever invented, thanks to its smooth internals, a slick user interface, and pretty sturdy exterior. However, like all machines, it’s prone to human error, and no one likes the feeling of letting their brand new macbook slip out of their hands and
Technology has become a necessity in students’ education. With the internet providing more authoritative resources than text books and the original home PCs too bulky to move around, having a laptop provides high school and college students with access to the internet, writing programs, and everything else they may need to complete their studies. However,
Video editing can require a whole lot of processing power and up-to-date graphics cards, which usually means shelling out hundreds, maybe even thousands, of dollars just to get a decent machine. While this may have been true a couple of years ago, nowadays there are budget laptops under $500 or within $500 that can suit