We've heard about the words AR and VR flying around the tech industry for many years now. When it comes to AR and VR, the biggest hurdle is not about whether or not your PC able to handle - but rather the inability to obtain the headset itself. Today, Rextech is offering you an exclusive deal to get the Acer Mixed Reality Headset for only RM1,700. Controllers are included, by the way.
The Crew 2 is Ubisoft's latest racing game. From its trailers, we know that the new game will feature races not just on the...
Let's take a look at this beefy power supply here. GAMDIAS, being a new contestant in the PC components market, released a power supply that's capable of outputting a total of 1200W and is rated with 80 Plus Platinum. Of course, it comes with a few other tropes other than being just a power supply.
Over the years of transition, mechanical keyboards have gone from the status of something only a hipster will get, to the now mainstream status that enthusiasts and gamers would be willing to burn a hole in their pocket just to get one. Still, there are users who still prefer the tactility of the good old membrane/rubber dome switch keyboard, but eager to have those fancy RGB lighting modes.
High refresh rate, aggressive looks and gaming-oriented features are usually the main highlights when one speaks of a gaming monitor. Curved display on the other...
Once known as the toy for the loaded enthusiasts, SSD nowadays has become more affordable with the introduction of the lower cost MLC and TLC NAND Flash, at the cost of lower durability compared to a SLC NAND Flash. Paired with a proper memory controller, a TLC NAND Flash SSD is able to deliver a performance close to a higher-end MLC NAND Flash SSD, at a beefy read and write speed of 500 MB/s.
When it comes to SSDs these days, you can literally be spoiled for choice. Depending on what budget you have, you can pretty much go for the "get what you pay for" route. Cheaper SSDs with the same capacity may or may not perform as good as those more premium SSDs, of course. That's why we're taking a look at the Transcend SSD230 - it's an SSD that aims to cater towards the budget-friendly market segment.
Let's be honest here - those who have a Apple's MacBook Air was aiming for one thing - its price. The MacBook Air 11-inch in particular was Apple's entry to their walled garden at the lowest price, yet it offers decent performance with an extremely long battery life. Perfect for mobile warriors. I'm sure that there are many MacBook owners are like me - cheap out during the initial purchase and opted for the lowest storage capacity available, but regret now because 128GB is clearly insufficient. This is where Transcend's slew of Apple memory products come to the rescue - particularly the Transcend JetDrive 820 SSD for Macs.