Tagged: laptop

Pax West 2017: Razer Showcases New Mouse, Laptop, and Controller

At Pax West 2017, Razer showcased all of the products they announced within the last week and change. The new Razer Basilisk mouse uses customizable and interchangeable components, allowing you to adapt it to your preferred FPS experience. The Razer Blade Pro is now offered with a new configuration allowing for a cheaper price point than the original model. Also, the Razer Wolverine Ultimate controller brings even more customizable options for use on the Xbox...

Samsung Notebook Odyssey Gaming Notebook Review

With Samsung covering practically all fields electronic, including VR, PC and other gaming solutions, you’d think there would have been a Samsung PC gaming solution already out there. Finally, Samsung’s very first PC gaming solution comes to us in the form of the Samsung Notebook Odyssey. Introduced back at CES 2017, the Samsung Notebook Odyssey comes in two sizes, with the 15.6 inch model coming in both black and white, and the 17.3 inch model...

Microsoft Unveils New Surface Laptop Running Windows 10 S

Today in New York City, Microsoft took their latest swing at the Macbook Air in the form of the Surface Laptop. The Surface Laptop has a cool and sleek design with no visible screws and a smooth lid that can be opened with a single hand. Of course being a Surface product, the Surface Laptop has a touchscreen display and works with Microsoft Surface accessories like the Surface Pen and Surface Dial. The Surface Laptop...

STM Bags Drifter Medium Backpack Review

STM Bags has been around since 1998.  I had no idea up until a few weeks ago.  I’m ashamed.  I’m a bit of a bag-hoarder and I have owned a number of backpacks and messenger bags (much to the chagrin of my wife) ranging from Timbuk2 to Wenger.  However, I have never tried STM Bags.  Admittedly, I had never heard of this company up until a few weeks ago at CE Week.  On any given...

Full of Energi – TYLT Energi Charging Backpack Review

On our trip to Pax Prime, we had the chance to take this urban warrior’s utility pack through its paces. The TYLT Energi backpack is not just a bag that has specific compartments for any device or accessory you could imagine. It gets it’s name of Energi for its ability to charge up to three devices simultaneously and neatly through a well-planned cable management system. And just in case you need your NFC-capable phone to do perform...