SteelSeries' Guild Wars 2 Gaming Headset is perfect for those on a budget, but still want something of decent build quality, and you can pick one up today for $12.99 with coupon code: E6M939TR, today only, originally priced at $99.99. Its slim-profile, on-ear design featuring mesh ear cushions that filter excellent sound via its 40mm driver units. A travel-friendly design allows the ear cups to fold inward at the hangers for storage. It includes a 3.5mm PC cable with an omni-directional microphone and mute controls. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: E6M939TR during final checkout for the additional discount. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
We all know that Apple, Dell, HP, etc. make great computers, but none built directly into a desk. So, custom PC builder Deblow decided to spend $6,800 to make his own. Powering this LED-lit beast is CPU an Intel i7-5820k 3.3-GHz 6-Core processor, an ASUS Sabertooth X99 motherboard, 32GB of Avexir Blitz 1.1 (DDR4) RAM, ASUS R9-295x2 graphics, a Cooler Master: V1200 Platinum Power Supply Unit, Cooler Master: Jet flow 120s + Cooler Master Silencio FP120 PWM fans, WD Green 6TB + 1TB / Seagate Barracudas x2 2TB hard drives,
Samsung EVO850s 250GB SSD and more. Continue reading for part 2 and part 3 of the build videos, as well as more pictures.
At first glance, the ASUS VivoStick appears to be just a slightly larger USB Flash Drive, but plug it in to a display, and you'll realize that it's actually a functional Windows 10 PC. Featuring an Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB solid state storage, one HDMI output, one USB 3.0 port, one USB 2.0 port, one Micro-USB port (for power) and a standard combo audio jack. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.
It fits in your pocket, costs $40, but at the flick of a switch, Remix Mini becomes a functional Android PC. Touted as "the world's first true Android PC," it runs Remix OS, which is compatible with all Android apps while still offering PC features such as a taskbar, multiple windows, mouse / keyboard support, and lots more. The power button requires users to simply touch the top of the capacitive surface to have everything up and running within seconds. It's powered by the latest 64-bit chipset, and offers Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0 as well as USB connectivity. The small device uses just 10 watts, which is significantly less than the average desktop PC that consumes 60 to 240w. Continue reading for a video and a link to the Kickstarter page.
You can either buy a desktop computer from your local electronics store, build a tower yourself, or buy all the parts and stuff them into a custom-built desk, like these geeks. Don't fancy the LED lights or transparent glass? There's always the option of hiding all the parts inside a minimalist-style desk, similar to what you'd find in a Apple Store. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Swedish father telling his two sons that he won $2.7-million USD in an unusual way.
It's always good to revisit the good old days of PC modding, back when geeks took pride in creating custom towers. For this flashback, we bring you a Battlefield-inspired (game) PC that even includes a built-in energy drink cooler. Unfortunately, we don't know if the minigun spins or if the switches actually do something. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a Chihuahua that's really living the good life.
Are family members and / or unwanted friends over? Well, this closet is just for you. Simply pop open the doors and you'll be ready for yet another 24-hour PC gaming marathon (or console if you have one setup). Unfortunately, attaching an external air conditioning unit might make things a bit too obvious, so you'll have to find other ways to get fresh air before passing out. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a leaked viral video of Deadpool movie test footage.
Skyrim is already a very immersive and fun game, but when you throw Oculus Rift into the mix, things get even more insane. To show off Cyberith's Virtualizer treadmill, the company strapped one of its employees into the rig, where he became Dovahkiin. He was able to look around using the Oculus Rift and waved Wiimotes around to control weapons as well as magic. Instead of pressing W on a keyboard to walk around, he walked around on the blue circular padding of the Virtualizer. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Sure, this prank may be as old as the internet, but for those who have just started to look for fun pranks to try on friends / family, here's a simple one to get you started. Simply put, you'll be reversing everything on their desktop. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of McDonalds secret menu items that you need to try.
While it may not be suitable to ride around town, this TRON Light Cycle does have enough computing power for just about any task. Featuring an Intel i7 processor, dual EVGA GTX570 video cards in SLI, and even water cooling. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for dog video that you need to see to believe.