Earlier in the year, the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ launched. Improving on everything that the miniature computer already excelled at, it featured a variety of eye-catching enhancements. Today the company has unveiled its latest Pi model. But rather than taking a leap forward in improved specs, the new Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ features everything you loved about the B+ in a more compact form-factor with a more affordable price tag. Head below to see how it stacks up.
New Product Stories November 15
New Product Stories November 14
Today, WaterField is revealing its all new Mac mini Travel Cases. Apple introduced us to its next generation mini at its most recent keynote alongside new iPad Pros and more. We found this small machine to be one of Apple’s most versatile Macs in our hands-on review, but for now we’ll take a look at the new WaterField protection solutions. expand full story
New Product Stories November 13
We first reported on PUBG’s arrival to PlayStation back in September when it was just a rumor. Now, two months later (almost exactly), we’ve learned that PUBG PS4 will finally launch on December 7th.
There will be pre-order bonuses for those who want it, and both disk or digital copies available. For those who don’t want to pay $60 for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 (our review) just to play Blackout, or wait until next year for Battlefield V’s Firestorm, this is a great option for PlayStation 4 gamers.
New Product Stories November 9
CORSAIR is primarily recognized for their quality PC gaming peripherals, however, more recently they’ve been known for their components. The computer gaming company makes everything from keyboards and mice, to power supplies and now SSDs. A few years ago, CORSAIR introduced the Bulldog, which was basically a pre-built computer (though it was missing a few parts.) Now, you can get a complete pre-built system from the company, called the CORSAIR VENGEANCE 5180 Gaming PC. expand full story
Mario Party is just one of those titles that seems like a must-have for the Switch. Nintendo finally realized many fans’ desire to go head-to-head with their friends for a board game-esque showdown. With the series’ latest having been on store shelves for a little over a month, Nintendo has unveiled its newest bundle. Not only will you be able to pick up the hit party game alongside a fresh pair of new Joy-Con colorways, but you’ll also score some savings. Head below for more details on the upcoming Super Mario Party bundle.
New Product Stories November 8
New Product Stories November 7
Up until recently, Wi-Fi has been a little cumbersome to keep up with. Did you want 802.11ac? 802.11n? What about 802.11a? Is that better or is 802.11ac? Well last month, the Wi-Fi alliance simplified things. Wi-Fi 6 is the latest technology, with Wi-Fi 5 being current-generation and Wi-Fi 4 is the previous stuff. But, the NETGEAR Nighthawk AX8 and Nighthawk AX12 are here as some of the first Wi-Fi 6 routers.
New Product Stories November 6
If you have somehow missed it, Apple’s latest MacBook Air releases tomorrow. Apple announced it last week to scores of applause, as everyone had been waiting for an update to Apple’s best-selling laptop. But, the Huawei MateBook 13 aims to give Apple a run for its money.
Apple’s laptop falls “short” in a few categories. It’s using low-power Y-series processors and has no dedicated graphics card option, no matter how high you spec it up. expand full story
New Product Stories November 5
This new launch is different from the others, though. While the PlayStation Classic and other relaunches actually rebuilt the entire console, this will let you play SEGA Genesis Classics on your Nintendo Switch. Already launched on other consoles, we can’t wait to get our hands on this title for Switch in early December.
LEGO has spent 2018 bringing back one of its most popular lines of kits from retirement. Having released a batch of new Harry Potter sets, including the massive Hogwarts Castle, LEGO has produced a new micro-scale kit. The 374-piece LEGO Diagon Alley set is the latest from the Wizarding World. Head below to find out how you can add it to your collection.
Olloclip has today released two new lines of lenses for iPhone and more. With the new Pro Series and Intro Series filling out the Connect X lineup, the company is looking to offer improved photography to all types of users, from those on a budget to enthusiasts looking to get the best shots possible.
New Product Stories November 1
Mobile gaming is a huge industry these days. Even desktop and console titles like Fortnite and PlayerUnknowns: Battlegrounds have found their way to iPhone and Android. The one place sorely lacking with mobile gaming, however, is controller support. But that’s where Rotor Riot comes in.
Playing on a touchscreen is fine for titles like Subway Surfers or Clash of Clans, but for a fast-paced title like Fortnite, PUBG, or even Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, a controller is a must. Through mobile controllers already exist, one that fully mimicked consoles with proper L3/R3 buttons was missing…that is, until now.
I have three smart outlets in my home. They make my bedroom fan and lamps a cinch to toggle on/off. An associated smartphone app even provides usage metrics so I know how much energy I am burning through. Having this information at my fingertips is certainly a neat feature, but at the end of the day, I don’t really know how helpful it actually is. A startup company called Currant has set out to help with this by offering its own Smart Outlet. What makes its offering unique is that it features an AI that provides easy-to-implement suggestions about how to save energy. expand full story
One of the latest trends in desktop computer peripherals is UltraWide monitors. The wider aspect ratios make them ideal for multitasking in a way that a traditionally-massive display fails to accomplish. Gamers seeking out a more immersive experience also fall back to UltraWide displays.
Catering to this demographic, ASUS has unveiled its latest monitor, a super-wide 49-inch ROG Swift XG49VQ Curved Gaming Monitor. Featuring what ASUS has deemed a “double Full HD” display, 144Hz refresh rate, and more, the company’s latest endeavor enters the market with a few questions left unanswered. Head below for a closer look.