Computers Archive

The Best X299 Motherboards for Intel’s Skylake-X, i9 Processors

There has never been a better time to build a high-end gaming desktop. Between AMD’s showstopping 16-core Threadripper CPUs and Intel’s shockingly powerful i9 processors, consumers have a lot to choose from. Anytime Intel releases a new batch of X-series (previously known as Extreme Edition) processors; they push the boundaries of what’s possible with current technology. These changes aren’t restricted to their new chips; they …

Logitech MX Master 2S & MX Anywhere 2S Review

Whether we’re buying a pre-manufactured computer or assembling out own, we put a ton of time into researching the components that go into our computer. We select fast processors, add huge banks of memory, and combine lightening quick solid state storage with massive hard drives. Unfortunately, we often tend to neglect some of the most important parts – our peripherals. Our keyboards, mice, and monitors …

Belkin Thunderbolt 3 Express Dock HD Review

For Mac owners, Thunderbolt 3 is one of the most powerful communication standards on the market. It allows just a single port to provide power, high speed data, video, and even audio to and from your peripherals. In the near future, every device we own will have a thunderbolt port. But for now, there are still plenty of devices that use another protocol. Our monitors …

SteelSeries QcK Prism RGB Mousepad Review

In the 90’s, you wouldn’t have a computer without having a mouse pad. Back then, most mice used a trackball-style system to quantify movement into digital signals. This required a surface with a specific texture in order to function correctly, so a mousepad bridged the gap between the style of modern desks and the technical requirements of your mice. When the optical mouse hit the …