ASUS ROG has been making high-performance monitors for years now. Not too long ago, ROG announced the new ROG Strix XG32V gaming monitor here - and now we got the chance to do a full review on it. It's a 31.5-inch curved gaming monitor with 144Hz refresh rate and comes with FreeSync to eliminate screen tearing. Just ASUS being ASUS, they've even added lighting behind the monitor and it can be synced through Aura Sync.
Such a product couldn't be at our labs at a much better, more suitable, and relevant time. With the recent news regarding the WannaCry ransomware, a network-attached storage, or NAS, like the Transcend StoreJet Cloud 110K is becoming more of a necessity in all homes. But then again - there are so many NASes available in the market, so is the Transcend StoreJet Cloud 110K suitable for you?
It's been a while since we last looked at a headphone. The Edifier G2 Engage arrived at our labs and I have to wonder - Edifier actually has a gaming lineup of audio products? Let's have a look at it.
During the early days when mechanical keyboards were starting to get mainstream, we all got ABS keycaps with pad printed legends. Not long after that, the keycaps were etched for backlights to shine through. Fast forward some time and now we arrive at the era of PBT keycaps. There are more and more keyboard brands that are selling boards with PBT keycaps pre-installed, and the latest variant of the Ducky One is one of them. This is the Ducky One TKL with side print PBT keycaps - codenamed DKON1687 too.
GAMDIAS. They've been around in the industry for quite a long time, but GAMDIAS isn't particularly pushy when it comes to promotions. We just reviewed their GAMDIAS Hermes P1 RGB mechanical keyboard here, and now we're taking a look at the GAMDIAS Zeus P1 RGB gaming mouse. It's a fancy one, to be honest.
When it comes to gaming mice these days, there are a few main concerns that pop out. Does it have RGB? Does it have extra buttons for that unfair advantage? What about the sensor? Well, let's take a look at the brand new ASUS ROG Pugio - a gaming mouse that's announced earlier this year.
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!
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.
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.