Any gamers out there? Yeah, I know there are. You know what you need? More gear. Because we all need more gear. If that sounds like you (it does), we have a good list of stuff you need to supercharge your gaming rig.
But here’s where things get fun: you can actually use a lot of this stuff on any rig. It’s the secret the gaming industry doesn’t want you to know. Gaming keyboards and mice? They work just as well as their non-gaming counterparts. Want a giant mousepad? You can get one even if you don’t game. The possibilities here are endless, so hit the post and see what sort of gear you need in your life. Just don’t tell anyone I’m the one who told you that you don’t have to be a gamer to use this stuff.
Tesla showed off the Model S Plaid, and this thing is nuts. N U T S.
Prime Day isn’t for two more weeks, but there are some early deals already happening.
Windows Precision Touchpad gestures are coming to Boot Camp on Apple devices. It’s like some sort of touchpad inception.
There are plenty of products that market themselves to the gaming crowd, but what if you want to go a little extra? From crazy lighting options to more accurate inputs, high-end gaming peripherals are convenient and look cool. So let’s look at some of the best accessories on the market and how they can improve your setup. Read More »
McDonald’s is now one of the latest companies to have suffered a third-party data breach. The company says it is not dealing with ransomware, but that the breach did include store information from the US and some customer information in both Taiwan and South Korea. Read More »
One of Acer’s high-end Chromebooks just got even better, as the Acer Chromebook Spin 713 is now available with upgraded 11th Gen Intel processors. Announced back in May with a performance boost, Chrome OS fans now can get this convertible 13.5-inch machine at Best Buy. Read More »
Gaming hardware company Razer just announced a bold new addition to its wireless audio line: the Opus X headset. With a slew of nice features—like Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology and a 60ms low-latency Gaming Mode—the headset packs a punch. Plus, it comes in three bold colors. Read More »
Apple recently announced that some macOS Monterey features won’t come to Intel Macs, signaling that the company may phase out Intel Mac support sooner than usual. But a new, surprise update now adds Windows Precision Touchpad support to Boot Camp—a tool only found on x86 Macs. Read More »
Tis the season to go on road trips, so of course you’ll need a trusty travel pillow. This neck pillow has a soft and breathable cover that’ll gently keep your head propped up and prevent neck pain while sleeping in your seat. The contoured pillow has an adjustable rope lock for optimal head posture, is filled with millions of microbeads, enveloped by cushy memory foam, and then wrapped in a sweat-resistant fabric that’s machine washable. It comes with a travel bag so you can keep it clean and compressed in storage between uses, and it even includes a contoured eye mask and earplugs for a peaceful rest experience.
NASA recently selected three winning payload projects as part of its Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) initiative, part of its Artemis program. Two are set to land on the far side of the Moon (which faces away from Earth) so they can collect data about the region for future launches. Read More »
Back in 2019, Jaybird Vista was the king of athletic wireless earbuds. But the newly released Jaybird Vista 2 earbuds take performane and sound quality to the next level, packing ANC and transparency modes, an 8-hour bud life, an IP68 water-resistance rating, and a “crush-proof” design. Read More »
Telsa’s first Model S Plaid officially rolled off the production line on Thursday, with CEO Elon Musk confirming all sorts of exciting information up on stage. From the nearly 200 MPH top speed, over 1,000 horsepower, PS5-level gaming and infotainment, and an estimated 390-mile range on a single charge. Read More »
Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year starts June 21st, but the company is already advertising early deals on its official Prime Day landing page. If you can’t wait for Prime Day, now’s your chance to save up to 40% on smart home devices, networking tools, tablets, Amazon Basics products, and more—remember, Father’s Day is June 20th! Read More »
Without good lighting, you can’t have a good video feed. But setting up a full-sized ring light for a video call isn’t always worth the trouble. The solution? A Razer Kiyo webcam with a built-in, adjustable ring light. Now’s the time to order a discounted Razer Kiyo for $75 at Amazon, Best Buy, or Walmart—that’s a $25 discount on the retail price. Read More »
Humidity can have a huge effect on how hot it really feels outside. Thankfully, weather apps typically include humidity numbers, but you’re probably looking at the wrong ones. What you should be checking is the dew point. Read More »