D-Link DIR-878

D-Link DIR-878 AC1900 Brings MU-MIMO To The Masses

How many of us here have more than one device that connects to the internet via WiFi? I know I do. Everyone in my house does, actually. At least 2 devices too, for that matter. With that, it means your WiFi network at home can get choked pretty easily, and that's why you need something like the D-Link DIR-878's MU-MIMO.
Samsung The Frame

Samsung “The Frame” – Thinnest TV Ever; Starts From RM9,999

Ever wondered what's the next technological advancement after CRTs have evolved into current flat screen OLED displays? Samsung has an idea - why not make them so thin and sleek, that it's like a picture frame? Introducing, Samsung's "The Frame".
Western Digital BiCS3 X4

Western Digital BiCS3 X4 : Four-Bits-Per-Cell (X4) Technology on 3D NAND

As the title suggests, there's no better way to put it. I mean, that's literally what Western Digital put it as the title. They've successfully developed four bits per cell, which they are referring to it as X4. Western Digital has developed 64-layer 3D NAND BiCS3 X4 technology!
Transcend StoreJet 25MC

Review – Transcend StoreJet 25MC: USB-C Only

Here's something different from Transcend. This Transcend StoreJet 25MC not just another external hard disk from Transcend as this time, it focuses on its connectivity. It comes with a rare cable called the USB 3.1 Gen 1 Micro-B to USB-C. Essentially, it's just micro USB to USB-C connector cable but supports USB 3.0, which is now known as USB 3.1 Gen 1 for some reason.
LG 27UD58

Review – LG 27UD58: Gorgeous Budget 27-inch 4K Monitor

4K monitors are always all the rage when it comes to TVs and monitors since its inception. The initial launch of 4K monitors overshadowed the existence of 1440p monitors in the mainstream market - and that's because the marketing for 4K monitors for TVs is applicable for computer monitors too. As time goes by, we have more choices for 4K monitors. Then comes the LG 27UD58 - a 27-inch 4K monitor with AMD FreeSync.
ASUS ROG Gladius II

Review – ASUS ROG Gladius II: Tweaks & Upgrades Everywhere

When it comes to ASUS's lineup of gaming mice, I can't help but to say that I love the Gladius. It's ergonomic and reduces fatigue because of its shape. I've reviewed the original ROG Gladius few years back, and used it as my daily driver for about 2 years already. When the ROG Gladius II was announced, I was excited to see what ASUS has to offer.
Edifier G4

Edifier G4, G20, & G10 Gaming Headphones Announced; Starts From RM99

When it comes to gaming headphones, you do need to fine tune it a little to get that sweet bassy frequency response with emphasis on the vocals too. Here's where the new Edifier G4, G20, and G10 comes into play - literally.
Logitech G433

Logitech G433 & G233 Prodigy Announced; Includes Pro-G Audio Drivers

In this day and age of gaming, audio is very important in terms of not only immersiveness, but also in terms of getting an unfair advantage. We have 21:9 ultrawide aspect ratio that's technically not allowed in Overwatch because of visual advantage, but Blizzard didn't restrict us from getting good audio experience. With good audio, you can literally listen to which direction your enemy is coming from, and prepare your Roadhog hook for that insta-kill. Here are the Logitech G433 and Logitech G233 Prodigy that will get you that unfair advantage.
Logitech MX Master 2S Logitech MX Anywhere 2S

New Logitech MX Mice Comes With Logitech Flow

Finally - Logitech is giving a name for their iconic feature of multi-device peripheral - but not in the way that we have seen before. We first saw it a few years back with the MX Anywhere 2 that we reviewed here, and I have to say - that mouse is bae but not the most elegant solution for multi-device connection. Now they're back with the brand new Logitech MX Master 2S and the Logitech MX Anywhere 2S - and they both have the new multi-connection feature that is now called the Logitech Flow.

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