Dell’s premium 12-inch Latitude 7285 laptop is the first to offer wireless charging. The 2-in-1 laptop/tablet hybrid uses either the detachable keyboard as a charging base or its WiTricity magnetic resonance charging pad to keep you powered up.
ORWL is a new kind of computer designed to protect against physical attacks. It uses banking technologies to protect your encrypted data and also requires both a key and a password to be used. If someone attempts to tamper with it, it immediately initiates a secure erase. It’s powered by a 6th generation “Skylake” Intel Core m processor, powerful enough to run any OS including Windows and Linux.
Just below the right-hand shift tab, this new Microsoft keyboard features a key with a fingerprint ID scanner, allowing approved users to log directly into the computer via Windows Hello without having to type in a password. The keyboard can be used wirelessly with a 4-month battery life or plug into your device.
Logitech just unveiled 2 new mouse technologies geared at gamers. To eliminate the lag time & accuracy issues usually associated with wireless mice, their new G703 & the G903 models feature Lightspeed, which uses “end-to-end signal optimization” to cut the lag in signal speed down to 1 millisecond. And to keep your mouse charging at all times, they created Powerplay, a wireless charging system that uses magnetic resonance to keep your mouse constantly powered up.
At 49-inches across, Samsung’s CHG90 is a curved QLED mega monitor designed specifically for immersive gaming. Specs include 3840×1080 double full HD and a 32:9 aspect ratio. If for some reason you want to split the massive screen up, on-board Samsung software allows your Windows 10 system to display up to 6 applications at once.
Logitech has developed two new models of its high performance MX Master mice: The Anywhere 2S & the re-booted MX Master. They both feature an upgraded version of Logitech’s Darkfield High Precision 4000-dpi tracking for laser-precise control on almost any surface. They also offer a new software system called Flow that allows users to seamlessly control 3 devices simultaneously. 70-day rechargeable battery life. Mac & PC compatible.
Apple is calling the new all-in-one iMac Pro the most powerful Mac ever. And the spec-sheet confirms, this is a serious pro-level machine. The form is familiar but the Space Grey metallic is fresh and so is pretty much everything else: A 5K Retina display, the power of an all-new Radeon Pro Vega graphics GPU and up to 18-core Xeon processors, as well as up to 16GB of VRAM & 4TB of SSD storage. Available December.
If you’re running the latest Macbook or Macbook Pro, you know the struggle. Toting that rat’s nest of white adapter dongles around is the uncoolest. Clean up this mess with the PowerUp charger. It is a handsome little brick that has 3 USB-A ports built into a charger. There’s a USB-C for powering up your laptop with a cable that wraps neatly around the PowerUp for clean portability.
The sleek Surface laptop from Microsoft is a slim, 13.5 inch notebook running the new Windows 10 S operating system. Featuring a PixelSense display and offered in 4 colors: Platinum, Burgundy, Cobalt Blue, & Graphite Gold with an Alcantara-covered keyboard.
For big-time storage needs, LaCie has you covered with their 2big Dock Thunderbolt drive. It’s a high-capacity, enterprise quality drive with lightning fast 440mb/second transfer speeds. Ports galore: USB C & 3.0, dual Thunderbolt ports, a display port, and slots for SD & CF Cards. Capacities range from 12TB to 20TB.
The My Passport SSD is the first solid-state drive from Western Digital. Faster and more durable than traditional hard drives, the pocket-size My Passport SSDs deliver data transfer speeds at up to 515 MB/s and feature a USB-C port. They’re available in 3 sizes: 1TB, 512GB, & 256GB.
In preparation for the next, next, next level in ultra HD content, Dell has created an 8K desktop display. The 32-inch UP3218K boasts a resolution of 7680 x 4320 with a pixel density of 280ppi. That’s not just ultra sharp, it’s a world’s first. Winner of the Best In Show prize at this year’s CES, it is currently available for pre-order.
Porsche Design is anything but predictable and with the release of the BOOK ONE they’re exploring new terrain yet again. This time, a 2-in-1 laptop computer with a detachable display that functions as a tablet. The display is deployed using a VarioHinge, inspired by the gearbox of a sports car. Under the hood there’s a 7th Gen 2.70 GHz Intel i7-7500U processor, 16 GB RAM, & 512 GB SSD hard drive. Battery life is 14 hours.
The Magic Bridge adapter allows you to organize & streamline your desktop by connecting your Apple Magic Trackpad 2 to your Apple Wireless Keyboard. You can put the trackpad on either the left or right & the adapter gives you easy access to the power switch & Lightning ports for charging.
With round typewriter style keys, the Lofree is a mechanical keyboard that features the same layout as the Apple Magic Keyboard. Compatible with Windows, Mac, Android, & iOS, it can pair with up to 3 devices simultaneously, operate wired or wirelessly, and comes in a range of cool colors.