Stereotypicially, wired products have always been for gamers, enthusiasts and “serious people” and wireless peripherals have always been for office workers, but with the recent advances in wireless technology, does it still hold true?
CES is one of, if not the largest tech conferences in the world, with many exciting, futuristic tech previews for all to see. Among them, there are a few things I find particularly interesting in the PC-building field…Read more "Things I Liked in CES 2016, in lack of a better title"
Intel has announced that they’ll delay the 10nm manufacturing process, and instead make a second 14nm CPU based on the Skylake microarchitecture, breaking their Tick-Tock cycle. But what does this all mean?Read more "Moore’s Law and the Clock"
Windows 10 has been released for a while, but how did it change the game, for a pure PC user?Read more "Windows 10, the Good-Bad Cycle and the Age of Mobile Devices"
What makes Western Digital unique from other hard drive manufacturers is that they utilize a “color system” for their consumers / small business drives. But what exactly do the colors mean?Read more "Rainbow Caviar – The Different Colors of Western Digital HDDs"
AMD VS nVidia has always been one of the hottest topics ever in PC building history. But still, what makes one better than the other?Read more "Red and Green’s Eternal Duel"
Deciding which form of computers to go for has always been one of the biggest questions for a PC user, and is also a question I’d like to give my opinion on as fast as possible. Thus, today I decided to write this blog post to discuss the pros and cons of each form, in […]Read more "Customs VS Pre-builts VS All-in-one VS Laptop: PC Forms Battle Royale"