Computers

    HP Pavilion Wave at werd.com

    HP Pavilion Wave

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    HP screams into the 21st century with a new PC design that can only be described as the most modern consumer PC desktop we’ve ever seen. Its brain is a 6th generation Intel Core processor with up to 16GB of memory, and optional AMD R9 470M graphics cards, so it’s as powerful as it is good looking. The Pavilion Wave also features integrated 360º audio created in partnership with B&O Play.

    Lenovo All-new Yoga Book at werd.com

    Lenovo All-new Yoga Book

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    This hybrid device combines a tablet and a touch-sensitive surface powered by Wacom. The Wacom surface responds to a stylus and an ink cartridge can be added to the stylus allowing you to write & draw on paper while the Yoga book makes a digital copy of your work in real time. The Wacom surface also features light-up keys for typing. 2 versions will be offered: one powered by Android Marshmallow & the other is Windows 10.

    Next-gen Macbook at werd.com

    Next-gen Macbook

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    It’s not just the addition of a rose gold colorway, the new 12” Macbook got some internal upgrades. It is now faster, thanks to a sixth-gen Intel Core M processor. The battery is also improved, now offering 10 hours of web browsing and 11 hours of video. The gold does look nice though, doesn’t it?

    HP Spectre at werd.com

    HP Spectre

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    At 10.4mm thin, HP’s new Spectre notebook computer is the slimmest ever created.  That even beats out Apple’s newest MacBook.  An aluminum, carbon fiber, and copper construction paired with a speedy Core i5 or Core i7 processor helps blend form with function in what is arguably the most beautiful laptop available.  PC makers obviously aren’t giving up on the laptop market.  They are being forced to build eye-catching, powerful devices to compete with mobile.

    BRCK Self-Powered Mobile WiFi Device at werd.com

    BRCK Self-Powered Mobile WiFi Device

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    BRCK was designed and engineered as a rugged, self-powered, mobile WiFi device that connects you to the internet in places with poor infrastructure. Insert a 3G data enabled SIM card in over 140 countries around the world and broadcast a WiFi signal that you can share with others.

    PINE64 Computer at werd.com

    PINE64 Computer

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    A fifteen dollar computer might seem suspect until you see what’s inside—which you can, with the see-through PINE64, a powerful 64-bit expandable single board computer. Currently available for pre-order on Kickstarter, this little unit packs a 1.2 Ghz Quad-Core Processor, supports up to 2 Gigs of RAM & can output 4K video.

    Kangaroo PC at werd.com

    Kangaroo PC

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    Kangaroo is a Windows 10 desktop PC that’s the size of a phone. Powered by a 2.24GHz Intel Cherrytrail processor, it offers 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage plus an HDMI port & two USB ports. Not bad for $99.

    Satechi Type-C Hub for MacBook at werd.com

    Satechi Type-C Hub for MacBook

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    Here’s a way to improve that 1-port 12-inch Retina MacBook. Satechi’s compact Type-C Hub Adapter plugs into the side of the MacBook, adding three USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a Micro SD card slot, and an SD card slot. It’s available in gunmetal, silver, and gold to match each shade of your Macbook.

    Solu Cloud Computer at werd.com

    Solu Cloud Computer

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    Solu is a pocket-sized computer with a cloud-linked OS and subscription-based access to applications. It can be used as a stand-alone device with its zoomable UI or linked with a keyboard & display. Not bad to look at either. Currently funding on Kickstarter.

    Apple’s New Magic Keyboard, Mouse, and Force Touch Trackpad at werd.com

    Apple’s New Magic Keyboard, Mouse, and Force Touch Trackpad

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    Sure to knock Apple’s groundbreaking “Pencil” out of the headlines for at least a day or two is news that the latest versions of Mac wireless accessories are finally rechargeable. No more AA batteries.  Your new Magic Keyboard, Magic Mouse, & Magic Trackpad can now be re-charged via Lightning cable. The battery will keep them running for about a month but then plugging them in for just 2 minutes will get you 9 hours of power.

    HP Envy Curved All-in-One at werd.com

    HP Envy Curved All-in-One

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    The Envy Curved All-in-One from HP has to be one of the best looking PCs we’ve ever seen. This new Windows 10 machine features an immersive, 34-inch display with 3440 x 1440 resolution, an HDMI-in function, 6 Bang & Olufsen speakers plus custom configuration options for memory, graphics, & processor. Shipping in November.

    Microsoft Surface Book at werd.com

    Microsoft Surface Book

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    This is Microsoft’s first laptop. It’s powerful and great looking. The Surface Book is a 13.5-inch laptop reported to be more than twice as fast as a MacBook Pro. It also boasts a 6-million pixel display (267ppi), NVIDIA GeForce graphics, the latest Intel Core processor, and a 12-hour battery. The keyboard also detaches allowing you to use it as a tablet.

    TarDisk at werd.com

    TarDisk

    Posted in Computers and Tech

    TarDisk adds valuable storage space to your MacBook. Made of aluminum to match your Mac, this little nugget slides right into the SDXC port to provide flash storage and boost your machine’s built-in hard drive up to 256 Gigs.

    LG Rolly Portable Keyboard at werd.com

    LG Rolly Portable Keyboard

    Posted in Computers and Portable and Tech

    Should you roll one up? Why not. A portable keyboard is a very useful device as long as it’s big enough to be comfortable yet small enough to be truly portable. LG’s Rolly fits that bill and the design rolls up into a stick. It’s got 4 rows of keys, 2 less than normal but width-wise it’s nearly full-size. When you’re ready to go, just roll it up, but no need to lick the edge.