It’s a functional computer that costs nine dollars. CHIP connects to any monitor over composite, VGA, or HDMI, and provides wifi allowing you to work on & save docs, surf the web, & play games. It’s got a 1Gig processor, 512MB RAM & 4 Gigs of storage. There’s even an accessory called Pocket Chip that makes it portable.
If you’re pushing your internet connection to the brink with nonstop streaming & gaming, D-Link’s AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router is what you need. It features Tri-Band Technology and speeds up to 3.2Gbps, delivering the necessary performance to power even the most demanding connected homes. It automatically distributes traffic using band steering technology for optimal Wi-Fi performance & can also be manually controlled & programmed.
The ZenBook Pro from Asus is a PC laptop despite its obviously derivative design and name. They’re going after Apple-ites with this one. The 15.6-inch “book” runs a Windows 8.1-powered UX501, an Intel Core i7 processor & offers a stunning 4K display.
Once you’ve destroyed your other indestructible drives, you’ll be ready to stress-test G Technology’s new EV ATC external drive. The drives are protected in a locking, watertight, pressure-proof compartment that is weather, shock, dust, and spilled coffee-proof. Available in capacities up to 1 TB.
Winner of several CES awards, the CyberPower Trinity Gaming PC features a triple blade design; a chassis designed for maximum cooling & easy custom configuration. With space for several full-size graphics cards, storage for up to 3 SSD’s & 2 mechanical hard-drives & memory support up to 16GB of DDR3 memory, this is a serious system for serious gamers.
InfiniteUSB is an open chain of USB ports, giving your device an unlimited supply of open slots. And that’s good news in these days of thinner devices with fewer ports. Plug in an Infinite & instead of limiting what you can connect, you’re simply opening up another port. Stack ’em up.
Samsung’s T1 portable is only slightly larger than the average thumb drive yet offers up to a hefty 1TB of storage space. It also supports data encryption and works with both Mac and Windows.
Apple released the new MacBook today. And that’s really the name: New MacBook. It’s not an Air nor is it a Pro, it is however lighter & thinner than the existing Air and features an improved 226 ppi display, & a re-designed track pad using Apple Watch’s Force Touch technology. Its single port in the rear is used for USB (the new reversible USB-C type), DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA. Aside from the standard silver color scheme, space gray and gold are also now offered.
Don’t store that stuff on your desktop. Instead, make this your “sketchy stick.” Toshiba’s Encrypted USB Flash Drive offers PIN activated secure access with its convenient onboard keypad. The device supports Admin and User independent PINs & delivers military grade, AES 256-bit CBC hardware encryption to protect your important data.