Computers Archive

In-Depth Review of the VicTsing Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

Mechanical keyboards tend are more expensive than ordinary rubber dome keyboards. It takes about two seconds to figure out why, at least, once you’ve got one in your hands. Using physical mechanical switches for each of its keys, a mechanical keyboard is far more complex and difficult to construct than other keyboards. Yeah, both ordinary keyboards and mechanical boards are tasked with basically the same …

Guide to the Best HDMI to DisplayPort Converter (Adapters) in 2019

There are probably a million different reasons you might want to move an HDMI signal over to a DisplayPort signal. But if you’re someone who wants to take advantage of DisplayPort’s unique properties, like its ability to handle UHD content with higher refresh rates, then you’ll need to be a little more selective with the adapter you choose to get that job done. Choosing the …

Review of the Diamond Multimedia TB3000DS Thunderbolt 3 Dock

Picking the right Thunderbolt dock can be rather tricky. Because you’ve got to balance a bunch of different concerns. How many USB ports do you need on the dock? How many options for video throughput? What kind of resolution support? How about mobile charging feature? You might even want the docking station to be small or portable. There are about a thousand different ways to …

Kensington LD5400T Thunderbolt 3 Dock Review

For many people, working with a laptop is just a regular part of daily life. When you need a portable workstation, having some kind of notebook to help you along might be essential. Which can make the right Thunderbolt 3 dock totally invaluable. Especially if you’re bringing mobile devices into a workplace. Whether you’re worried about the safety and security of your stuff, or you’re …

Best USB 3.1 and USB-C PCIe Expansion Cards in 2019

For getting the fastest USB speeds out there, older USB ports aren’t going to cut it. Most peripherals are probably pretty well served by simple USB 3.0 connections. Keyboards, mice, and similar devices don’t exactly need to make use of the higher bandwidth potential of new-age USB formats. But some devices really do depend on the higher bandwidth potential of USB 3.1 and beyond. That’s …