The year of 4K was so 2016, am I right? At least - that's what Dell in CES2017 tells me. Their innovation is super crazy recently. Dell recently announced the 5K monitor, and now they're back with the 8K monitor. That's just a mind-blowing amount of pixels!
Philips is probably the one brand that many people wouldn't be thinking about when it comes to PC monitors. Even I don't - but Philips Monitor want to change that, and that's why they're bringing in 3 new monitors into the Malaysian market this April 2017.
Who's up for a gaming monitor that's beyond anyone's expectations? I sure am, and the BenQ XL2540 is definitely in that category too. Here's why.
When it comes to motherboards these days, its aesthetics is important. The all new ASUS X299 motherboards are built around that mantra, and obviously still maintains ASUS's quality of hardware.
Power supplies. They're the one component that not many people take a look at when it comes to building a brand new PC. Here we have the SilverStone ET650-B - a power supply that is budget-oriented with 80 PLUS Bronze certification. Let's have a look at what the SilverStone ET650-B has to offer.
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.
GAMDIAS is a fairly new player in the market for PC components. They've always been into peripherals but they're expanding to other markets like gaming chairs and now, PC components. Introducing the GAMDIAS CYCLOPS X1-1200W-P, a 1200W fully modular power supply with RGB all over it.
Here's the deal - with ASUS's announcement on Monday, you might think "hey, that's all from ASUS, right?" I thought the same, but it's not. But nope - here's the Computex 2017 ASUS ROG announcements, which brings a lot of new brand new products.
AMD's brand new AM4 chipset of processors are aptly named Ryzen, and that makes sense considering what a big comeback AMD made with their top-tier Ryzen 7 processors. Now, they're announcing the Ryzen 5 family of processors, with prices starting from RM819 only.