ASUS today announced that it will Outshine the Competition with Aura Sync, the world’s first RGB-lighting-synchronization feature that is compatible with a broad range of PC components and peripherals, from motherboards and graphics cards to keyboards and mice — including many developed by popular third-party hardware manufacturers.
Honestly, I know that the title of this review looks like a bunch of gibberish. Seriously, who would have named their products a bunch of codenames like this? That's the world of PC components - and the Transcend TS-CM80S and TS-CM42S is a bridge between PC components and external storage devices that can be categorized as accessories. So what is the Transcend TS-CM80S and TS-CM42S, really?
About a week ago, we reviewed the Apacer AC730 - that's an external hard disk built to handle all different types of harsh weathers and terrain. Then there's this - the Apacer AC630. On the surface, it might sound similar, but they're very different indeed.
Guess what - we all own more than one mobile device these days. Be it a smartphone or tablet. Logitech knows this, and they know on-screen keyboards suck. That's why they created the Logitech K375s - a multi-device Bluetooth keyboard, but this time includes a stand too.
GameSir is a manufacturer of gamepads gearing towards PC and Android gamers. So far, they offer 8 different gamepads, each with their own design, layout, and compatible platforms. The one I have here is the GameSir G4s - it's their latest flagship gamepad with lots of features - and we're going to talk about it from top to bottom.
Right - external hard disks. They're crucial to everyone - either for backups only, as a form of expanded storage, or for large file transfers. Whichever it is, durability is important and we know it. An external hard disk is always susceptible to accidents and suffers a premature death. Thus, the Apacer AC730 takes this durability to the extreme.