Hoglet may look like something straight from a cartoon, but it’s actually a functional computer mouse. Think of it as a cross between a fidget gadget and a computer mouse that aims to make a big difference for those with learning challenges. The wireless computer mouse itself is made from food-grade, washable, non-toxic silicone and is powered by a single AA battery. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
GIGABYTE’s G32QC 32″ Curved Gaming Monitor offers exceptional performance for the price, and it can be picked up for $329.99 shipped, today only, originally $369.99. This is the company’s first attempt to enter a bigger screen market, and it boasts QHD resolution, VESA Display HDR certification for vivid display quality, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro and a low framerate compensation guarantee. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
NVIDIA unveils the Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit today, and it’s designed specially for teaching and learning AI by creating hands-on projects in such areas as robotics and intelligent IoT. Best of all, despite its $59 price tag, this tiny computer is still supported by the NVIDIA JetPack SDK, which comes with NVIDIA container runtime and a full Linux software development environment. Read more for two hands-on videos and additional information.
Logitech’s G533 Wireless Gaming Headset offers DTS 7.1 surround sound technology, and you can get one for $74 shipped, this week only, originally $149.99. Pro-G audio drivers recreate the in-game environmental effects and positional audio that game designers intended you to hear. You’ll be able to get up to a 15 meter wireless range with lossless digital audio transmission and up to 15 hour battery life on a single charge. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
NVIDIA put a suggested retail price of $699 on their RTX 3080 Founders Edition graphics card pre-orders, but believe it or not, at least one of them has sold for $70,100. The pre-order page went live at 6:00 am PST and the cards near instantly sold out due to bots. However, the company says they ended up manually reviewing orders to ensure the cards in the hands of legitimate customers. Read more for an early hands-on video review.
The Cluvens Scorpion Computer Cockpit looks like a prop straight from a science fiction movie, but it’s real, and quite costly, $3,299 to be exact. It’s basically a zero-gravity chair with a computer workstation attached. Featuring a eight legs to keep everything stable and an adjustable monitor mount at the tip of the chair’s tail that is compatible with up to five displays (between 19″-32″) or one ultrawide panel (up to 49″). Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Gateway 2000 was best known for shipping their computers in spotted boxes patterned after Holstein cow markings. Eventually, Gateway opened a chain of farm-styled retail stores called Gateway Country Stores, mostly in suburban areas across the United States, subsequently dropping “2000” from its name on October 31, 1998. The rest was history, literally, but now, the brand is making a comeback. Available exclusively at Walmart, this updated line of Gateway-branded laptops and tablets aim to combine style, performance, as well as value. Read more for two videos about the classic Gateway computers and additional information.
Unlike other gaming mice, the Razer Naga Pro boasts three swappable side plates that make adapting to different game genres a breeze. Its modular design now features three magnetic side plates with two, six, or twelve programmable button layouts. Each one of these side plates is specially designed to complement specific game genres, like the 12-button plate for MMO/RTS titles, the 6-button plate for Battle Royale/MOBA, and the 2-button plate for FPS games. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on review, and additional information.
NVIDIA announced the GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card today, and it’s now the fastest GPU ever built for gaming as well as creative types. Featuring a massive 24GB of GDDR6X memory running at 19.5Gbps and a three-slot, dual-axial, flow-through design to keep it up to 10x quieter and 30° C cooler than the TITAN RTX, along with a 12-pin power connector. Read more for two videos, including one showing its ray-tracing capabilities, and additional information.
The ASUS ROG Swift 360Hz PG259QNR are claimed to be world’s fastest esports gaming monitor, delivering up to 50% more frames per second than 240 Hz gaming monitors. The 24.5-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) panel boasts Fast IPS panel technology, which means that the liquid crystal elements in the display are capable of turning on and off up to four times faster than conventional IPS panels for a superfast 1 ms gray-to-gray (GTG) response time. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on video review, and additional information.