Transcend is now offering conformal coating as a customization option on its full range of embedded-use flash and DRAM products to increase their protection against a wide variety of environmental conditions such as moisture, dust, corrosion, and chemical contaminants. Sounds familiar? Perhaps you've experienced it before.
ASUS has been releasing their smartphones under the ZenFone brand name for quite some time now. We've all came to know ASUS through their phones in the past through their smartphones in the market. On August of 2017, ASUS announced the ZenFone 4 in Taipei, Taiwan. During that event, ASUS told us that their flagship will be the Selfie Pro that we reviewed here. I personally think that's an illegitimate heir - but will the ZenFone 4 be the real heir?
GAMDIAS has been a company that went under the radar for many people. They've always been a peripherals company, but recently they did announce their fancy gaming chair and also a bunch of PC components. Looking at the entire catalog of GAMDIAS products, we can see one common trait in all of them - RGB lighting first, everything else comes after that. The GAMDIAS Hermes P1 RGB mechanical keyboard isn't any different either. It's sprinkled with LEDs all over it!
We all remember Culture Japan's Smart Doll. It was first debuted when Comic Fiesta 2013 was still held in KLCC. Ahhh, memories of the great moment when Culture Japan booth made a mark.
Ever since I reviewed the first ever ASUS ROG Gladius from more than 2 years ago, I fell in love with that mouse. I loved the shape, the functionality, and the grip of that mouse. It's a really great mouse and has been with me since the day I first laid my hands on it. Over the years, the scroll wheel started having issues.
OTG cables are fantastic little accessories to have at all times. They're not widely available, and not widely known too, for that matter. This little OTG cable converts your whatever device with USB-A headers to USB-C or micro-USB. they're available in quite a lot of different shapes, lengths, and designs, actually.
Here comes a story of me getting a gaming laptop but the fan is not particularly silent enough for me to enjoy anything on my own. Hence I decided to conduct an experiment. Since it is considered a brand new laptop but the fan is ramping up and down like a roller coaster ride, does reapplying the thermal paste solve anything?
Xiaomi has been making smartphones for quite some time already - but they started off with a custom ROM called MIUI. Over the years, they've evolved into a smartphone company and became what it is today. Though over the years, Xiaomi still continues their renowned lineup of budget smartphones - the Redmi series. As 2017 was the year where longer displays emerged, Xiaomi hopped onto the bandwagon with their latest Redmi 5 Plus - and we got our hands on one for review!
Wireless headphones. They're something that I don't get to see every day. I woke up from an afternoon nap one day and had the Edifier W800BT at my doorstep. I stared at it and thought - hey, it's the wireless age, and battery-powered audio devices have its own benefits too. With much enthusiasm, I jumped up to my den and took it out of the box and tried. Here's my full review of the Edifier W800BT.
Let's start off with a bit of introduction. Facebook introduced something I call "Facebook Big Text" a while ago. It seems to stir up quite a lot of controversy down in the comments section too. I read all of it, and I think a "fix" is very much needed.
We have the Armaggeddon Mikoyan FOXBAT-III Kevlar-13 Wireless Mouse here. First of all, I have no idea why Armaggeddon loves such long-named products. While that is indeed its complete name, it excludes the word "gaming" in it. Also, Armaggeddon released two versions of the FOXBAT-III mouse - one is the Ironsight-7, and the other one is the one I'm reviewing here, the Kevlar-13. Again, I have no idea why they opted for such lengthy and confusing naming schemes.