I am very sure that many people are looking at the home PC market and wondering – hey, why are the options only to get a big desktop PC or an AIO PC? Each of them has its own pros and cons but I want to get something that is small very serviceable or upgradable in case anything happens to it. There is a niche market of mini PCs that might tickle your fancy.
Author: Kok Kee
If we are to look at the market of multi-connectivity keyboards that are vibrant in terms of colors and also affordable at the same time, then you need to look at the ASUS Marshmallow KW100 keyboard. It is priced at RM179 and looks rather… familiar.
Introducing an actually high-speed yet affordable SSD that you can buy right now – the ADATA Legend 960 Max. From what we can find, this SSD is available in two capacities, 1TB and 2TB. The prices are around RM380 and RM700 respectively. For the speed and the contents that ADATA included in the box – I think this is a good deal.
When techies shop for SSDs, we’re all aware that different SSDs have different speeds. That happens even within the same model of SSDs. For example – the PNY CS2241 model of SSDs here are available in a total of 4 different capacities, ranging from 500GB all the way to 4TB.
For today’s review, we have the ASUS Vivobook 15X K3504. Although it can be classified as a budget laptop, it still wasn’t that budget to being with since it sits at RM3,099 so practically 3.1k. On paper, the value proposition seems okay. You got an Intel Core i5-1335U, 8GB RAM, and 512GB PCIe SSD. But for any electronic gadget, we have a full story to share.
If you’re really thinking of getting the latest and most beautiful monitor that money can buy right now, then you can consider getting the Samsung Odyssey OLED G9. This is different from the Odyssey G9 Neo that we reviewed last year as it now uses an OLED panel instead of an IPS panel + mini LED combo.
The highly-anticipated ROG Ally is finally available for sale here in Malaysia – and the price is at RM3,299. Is it actually a good price? You tell me instead.
This is the ROG Ally. We have published a few videos featuring this device, but today – we’re going to review it. I spent about 3 weeks with it at this point but I have to highlight that there were many changes to the Ally since I started using it. Lots of firmware updates, BIOS updates, and software updates that changed how the Ally works.
Noctua showed off a lot of stuff in Computex but what I’m particularly interested in is the upcoming NH-D15 generation 2. This cooler was said to be released a few years ago but Noctua went back to the drawing board as it didn’t meet up to their expectations. That was surprising to us but expected since Noctua’s Austrian engineering is just top notch.
Acer talks about the challenges and why they are pursuing for post-consumer recycled materials on their laptops
We sat down with the higher-ups from Acer to talk about the future of the company as well as asking some of our burning questions
Here is Computex 2023, MSI has a booth full of stuff that is very interesting. In this article, we’re going to highlight only two of them.
We visited OWC at Computex 2023 and we were awestruck by all of the different types of products they have. I’ll have to say that yes, they are a bit niche but if you can actually find a use for these products, then you’ll be delighted.