Computers Archive

Review of the SteelSeries Apex Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

There are several different tiers of mechanical keyboard. The entry level boards aren’t bad. They usually have weaker construction quality, and few special features, but at least you can get your hands on some nice switches. Mid-range boards tend to be even better because the quality of construction shoots up, and you typically end up with more features. That might include aesthetic features like RGB …

Review of the BenQ Zowie S1 & S2 Symmetrical-Short Gaming Mouse

From a value perspective, you still can’t beat a wired mouse. Even though wireless technology has reached the point that it can effectively perform just as well as a wired mouse, going wired will always be a small fraction better. And that’s without mentioning the convenience of never having to recharge. But it takes more than that to make a great wired gaming mouse. BenQ …

Review of the ASUS ProArt PA34VC 34″ Curved Monitor

Picking a monitor that has an expanded color space can be tricky. Because not everybody needs to work in the exact same color spaces, not everybody needs to run the same color gamut. Different developers have different needs – and nobody wants to pay for features they don’t actually use. Especially when those features can be so expensive, as is so often the case with …

First-Look Review of the Intel Realsense T265 Webcam

Cameras that track their environment are only a couple of years old. As far back as 15-years ago, you would’ve had to manually program your own camera to do something as trivial as color-recognition. But over the past couple of years, the need for cameras that can cooperate and communicate with other electronics has skyrocketed alongside the popularity of drones and similar robotics. By tracking …