The peripheral manufacturer, Logitech, has just introduced its new G305 wireless gaming mouse. This new model has been designed with participants in eSports-type games in mind, when creating a mouse with a very aggressive price. But, above all, its battery management is so fine tuned that it can last up to 9 months. The eSports has become a billion dollar industry, and in the window of most companies looking to have some presence in the market. These brands are dedicated to sponsoring the different teams of this huge sport, as a way to be seen by thousands of potential users. The fact is that most of the major brands have a department dedicated to eSports, and to gaming, in general.
Continue reading “Logitech G305: cheap wireless gaming mouse with up to 9 months of battery life | Logitech G305 price specs”
With the Vardar series, EK Water Blocks also offers its own fans for water cooling. Of course, they are designed especially for being used on radiators. Even the Slovenian water cooling specialist can not evade the RGB trend and is now launching a new, RGB-illuminated version with the EK-Vardar EVO 120ER RGB.
Continue reading “EKWB EK-Vardar EVO 120ER RGB: Now also with RGB lighting”
ASUS ZenBook 15 Pro has been launched with new hardware and it is being called UX550GD. The ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX550GD laptop will be powered by an Intel Core i9. On the one hand, the new Coffee-Lake H processors are characterized by lower energy consumption and yet, still offer more power than the predecessor models. In addition to the top-of-the-line Core i9-8950HK , the ZenBook 15 Pro can be chosen with the Core i7-8750H or i5-8300H. For the i9 and i7 models, six cores are used, which also means multi-threaded calculations with more power can be done.
Continue reading “ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX550GD with Core i9 and GTX 1050: ZenBook Pro 15 UX550GD specifications and price”
Antec is one of the leading companies in the market of components for our equipment, providing them with excellent manufacturing and demonstrating that these are products created with dedication. Today the company has expanded its range of power supplies with the new High Current Bronze series, components with 80 PLUS Bronze certification and fully modular wiring. This power supply becomes a totally recommendable option for those users who look for efficiency and reliability with a low cost. With an efficiency of up to 89%, the High Current Gamer Bronze series uses active PFC, Japanese capacitors; which gives an efficiency in both loading and unloading.
Continue reading “Antec HCG750 and HCG850 Bronze: new modular power supply with 5 years warranty”
The motherboard manufacturer ASRock has just presented its first gaming motherboard, in mini ITX format, for the AMD X470 chipset. The new ASRock Fatal1ty X470 Gaming-ITX / ac is a very compact motherboard but it has all the necessary additions to make it a good model for that segment of small computers. With the processors with Bulldozer core, few were the brands that dared with the segment of gaming motherboards in mini ITX format. Something that, on the other hand, we consider quite logical, if we consider that the performance in games of these processors, was far from being spectacular. In those years, the brand that “split the cod” was Intel, and for its processors yes that many motherboards came out in this format.
Continue reading “ASRock Fatal1ty X470 Gaming-ITX / ac: new motherboard for small gaming computers”
One of the innovations that AMD has presented with its new Ryzen 2nd Generation processors is a much improved version of its boost system. What is AMD XFR 2? The new AMD XFR 2 and AMD Precision Boost 2 have been tuned with both new processors, which already make overclocking unnecessary, except in certain very specific circumstances.
Continue reading “What is AMD XFR 2 (Xtended Frequency Range) and how will benefit Ryzen 2000 processors?”
Today we can have a top-of-the-range computer, with a next generation Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti graphics, 64 GB of RAM and two 4 TB hard drives each, which, both when starting and when trying to play relatively new games, we will have problems, and those responsible will also be the latter. For a long time, the bottleneck of computers has been on hard drives, and they are very slow compared to the speed of other components. Therefore, if we really want to take advantage of the performance of a PC it is necessary to resort to the new SSD and, if we also want an economic option, a great alternative is the Western Digital 240 GB. Western Digital is one of the leading manufacturers of hard drives in the market. Taking advantage of the boom SSDs were having, in 2015 this company took over Sandisk, a manufacturer that had already entered the SSD market so that WD could easily enter this new market and continue with its same range of products.
Continue reading “Review: Western Digital Green 240 GB, a cheap SSD to improve the performance of your PC”
Although the ARM tablet market with Android or iOS operating systems is currently a bit stagnant, the market for convertible tablets with Windows operating system and processors with x86-64 architecture is slowly opening up gap among users, especially among those who They look for a tablet or a small laptop , that works acceptably and, above all, that it is economical. And one of the models that meets all these features is the convertible tablet 2 in 1 Allotocube Knote.
Continue reading “Alldocube Knote Review: a 2 in 1 convertible fit for all budgets”
The Chuwi Surfbook CWI538 is a 2in1 tablet with Microsoft Windows 10 Home operating system and powerful features. It has size of mini laptop but comes with tons of premium features to differentiate itself from rest of the popular mini laptops. You can choose from the tablet PC with 64 and 128 GB of RAM, with a total of 6 GB of RAM. It is available for 330 dollars/euros online.
Continue reading “Chuwi Surfbook CWI538 review: Is Chuwi Surfbook CWI538 a good buy?”
There are two kinds of computers in the market – one is for doing daily tasks and second type is for professional users and hardcore gamers. So, if you are looking for best computer for casual gaming and web browsing, the first type will give you an underpowered computer. The second type will be expensive and you will never be able to fully utilize the power. So what should you look for when choosing the best computer for casual gaming and browsing?
Graphics card – The top end computers come with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti/1070/1060 or AMD RX580/570 graphics cards which are overkill if you are a casual gamer. Those GPUs are ideal for 4k 60FPS gaming. As expected, they are expensive. Get a computer with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1030 or 1050 GPU. AMD RX560 is excellent budget buyas well and works like a charm for casual gamer. These GPUs support hardware acceleration which makes web browsing experience better.
Processor – The top end machines feature lots of cores and threads. They run at incredibly high clock speeds and thus cost a lot of money. If you are a casual gamer, something like Intel Core i3-7100U should suffice. It is a 7th generation processor and extremely efficient. Even AMD A10/A12 APUs will work just fine when you are browsing on the various online gaming sites and gaming portals. Web browsers are getting more and more CPU intensive and multi threaded, modern processor like the one mentioned above will help deliver smoother experience.
Screen resolution – Many people skip this part. Screen resolution plays a crucial role in gaming, even for a casual gamer. Full HD resolution is a must have in ultrabooks, laptops and desktop computers. A full HD screen ensures you are able to see more at a time which is helpful while doing web browsing. Also, since so many pixels are tightly packed, everything looks crisp. While it is totally possible to find 4K monitor in more expensive laptops and computers, they are not cheap and again, overkill for casual gaming. They also make the text look way too small, which puts strain on the eyes.
Storage and memory –For most computer games, 1TB hard disk is more than enough. You will find hybrid storage in high end laptops but they are easily drive the price up. Now, let us talk about memory. Most modern games eat around 8GB RAM while running. More is better so make sure you are able to upgrade it to 16GB RAM in future. If you have tight budget, just make sure it has 8GB RAM minimum otherwise you will have several hiccups while playing modern games.