Category archives for: Hardware

HP’s Omen Line Adds an Array of New Products

HP Omen gaming products have been solid but haven’t came out on regular recycle. We here at ToT always they would have done more with their Voodoo PC acquisition from last decade. Starting this year with CES, things seem to be changing at HP when it comes to gaming! This week they announced a refreshed […]

Logitech Debuts MeetUp – Small Conference/Huddle Room Video Conference Camera

  Logitech today announced a new conference cam for small conference rooms and huddle rooms –  Logitech MeetUp.  MeetUp sports a 120-degree field of view with acoustics custom-tuned for huddle rooms. MeetUp is USB plug-and-play designed to work right out of the box. “As companies move to open floor plans, huddle spaces are becoming increasingly popular in […]

EKWB Reveals Monoblock for MSI’s X370 Xpower Titanium

EKWB partnered with MSI to create a water block cooling solution for MSI’s Titanium series X370 motherboard. The FC-FB MSI X370 Xpower RGB monoblock features t a nickel-plated electrolytic copper base with EKWB’s EK-Supremacy cooling engine channels milled into the metal that let fluid pass over the CPU and MOSFETs. EKWB doesn’t offer a choice […]

Apple Brings Kaby Lake CPUs to Updated 21.5-Inch and 27-Inch iMacs

Apple has announced new iMac models at WWDC , including the best Mac displays ever (per Apple( with 500 nits of brightness and support for 11 billion colors (10 bit color). The displays are reported to be 43% brighter than previous iMacs. The new iMacs have up to three times more powerful graphics abilities in […]

Colorful Announces GT 1030 2G Video Card

Colorful has added the COLORFUL GT1030 2G graphics card to its lineup of Nvidia offerings. This graphics card is based on the recently announced GeForce GT 1030, which has 384 CUDA cores, a 64-bit memory bus, and a 30W power draw that requires no external power connectors. Colorful set the core clock of its GT 1030 […]

IBM Announces 5nm Chip Architecture

CPUs found inside desktop PCs and laptops are 14nm chips or larger, with the next jump being 10nm. Today IBM announced an industry-first process for building 5nm chips. The new process will be presented in detail at the 2017 Symposia on VLSI Technology and Circuits conference in Japan this week. IBM worked with partners Samsung […]

EVGA Working on SFX Line of PSUs

During Computex 2017, EVGA revealed an upcoming PSU line called G3s, which consists of two SFX-L units based on a Super Flower design. The capacities of those units will be 650W and 750W and that is much as we know at this time.  

Asus Chromebook Flip C213NA Comes Out at Computex

Asus showed off a refresh of the Chromebook Flip during Computex. The new machine is targeting Education The ASUS Chromebook Flip C213NA sports a 360-degree hinge and 11.6-inch 1600×900 touchscreen display, ruggedized design, and good key travel. All of that is powered by Intel’s Apollo Lake Celero processors with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and […]

AORUS Announces Their Most Powerful 15″ Gaming Laptop

  Gigabyte debuted the AORUS X5 MD at Computesx this week is packs aGTX 1080 card and even overclocked i7-7820HK processor in one variant. Now the exact CPU will depend on the model you pick. The screen is a 15.6″ 3840×2160 IPS GSYNC panel which has been calibrated with an X-Rite Pantone tool.  Also in […]

Newly Updated Logitech MX Master 2S, MX Anywhere 2S Have some New Tricks with the Flow Software

MX Master 2S   Logitech‘s MX Master line has been rated by many as the best mice for professional use, from Avid editors to Word writers, they have a large and loyal base of owners. Now Logitech has debuted updated models of the MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S.   MX Anywhere 2S Logitech […]

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