The SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSD card is perfect for the Nintendo Switch as well as other mobile devices, and it’s being offered for just $25 shipped, today only, originally $37.95. Featuring transfer read speeds of up to 100MB/s, and it’s rated A1 for faster app or game performance. These cards are ultra rugged, which means they’re waterproof, temperature proof, shockproof, and X-ray proof. Product page. Read more for a video explaining why this card is the best bang for your buck and additional information.
At $8999, the Microsoft Surface Hub 2S is touted as a collaborative display, but it’s essentially a 50.5-inch rolling PC. Featuring an 8th-gen Intel Core i5 processor with Intel UHD Graphics 620, a 4K webcam, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, a 128GB M.2 SSD, integrated speakers, USB-C, USB-A, HDMI , mini-DP, a stylus, finger print reader, and an 8-element microphone system for video conferencing. Plus, you can use the Hub 2S with the Steelcase Roam Mobile Stand and APC Charge Mobile Battery to share ideas where AC power isn’t available. Read more for a hands-on video, additional pictures and information.
The Razer Core X Chroma, priced at $399, follows up on its predecessors, and features a 700-watt power supply, four USB 3.1 Type-A ports, a Gigabit Ethernet as well as Chroma RGB lighting. It’s compatible with a host of graphics cards, including the NVIDIA GeForce RTX / GeForce GTX / Quadro and AMD XConnect enabled Radeon / Radeon Pro cards, and use a single USB Type-C Thunderbolt 3 cable for PC or Mac connections. Plus, the Razer Core X Chroma can power USB-C laptops with up to 100W using the included Thunderbolt 3 cable. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.
NVIDIA has just released its latest GeForce Game Ready driver update, and it brings their ray-tracing capabilities to the older 10-series GTX cards. Up until this latest update, ray-tracing has been reserved for its pricier GeForce 20-series RTX graphics cards, due to the GPUs’ underlying Turing architecture boasting dedicated RT cores for handling the complex calculations ray-tracing needs. “With this new driver however, GeForce GTX 1060 6GB and higher GPUs can execute ray-tracing instructions on traditional shader cores, giving gamers a taste, albeit at lower RT quality settings and resolutions, of how ray tracing will dramatically change the way games are experienced,” said the company. Read more for benchmark comparison videos and additional information.
The SanDisk Ultra 400GB microSDXC UHS-I Card with adapter is compatible with a variety of devices, including tablets, smartphones, action cameras, as well as the Nintendo Switch, and it’s being offered for just $66.22 shipped, today only, originally $74.99. Up to 100MB/s transfer read speed lets you move up to 1200 photos in a minute, while enabling you to load apps faster with A1-rated performance. Product page. Read more to see how it works with the Switch and for additional information.
SanDisk’s 256GB Extreme MicroSDXC with SD card adapter works with your smartphone, tablet, computer, or even the Nintendo Switch, and it’s being offered for just $52.99 shipped on World Backup Day, today only, originally $69.29. This ultra-fast memory card reads up to 160MB/s and writes up to 90MB/s, and it’s A2-rated, so you can get fast application performance for an exceptional smartphone experience. Product page. Read more for additional information.
Logitech’s K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard works with just about any media center setup, and it’s being offered for just $17.98, today only, originally $39.99. Easily navigate your TV-connected computer from the comfort of your couch – simply type, click and scroll to watch videos, browse the web and check social media profiles. Comfortable, extremely quiet keys and a large 3.5-inch touchpad make navigation a breeze. Product page. Read more for five more one-day Logitech accessory deals.
Razer’s DeathAdder Elite Gaming Mouse not only offers a high-precision 16,000 DPI optical sensor, but customizable Chroma RGB color profiles as well, all for $37.99 shipped, today only, originally $69.99. Ultra durable mechanical switches support up to 50 million clicks, while a ridged, rubberized scroll wheel offers maximum accuracy and tactile bumps ensure extreme grip for more controlled scrolling in high-stakes gaming situations. There are also 7 total programmable buttons that can be remapped for complex macro functions through Razer Synapse. Product page. Read more for a video review and additional information.
Photo credit: Alberto Aguado Baudil
Manta rays are sea creatures characterized by triangular pectoral fins, horn-shaped cephalic fins and large, forward-facing mouths. If you were to transform one of them into a functional computer mouse, it would probably look something like the “Manta Mouse” by industrial designer Alberto Aguado Baudil. There are no fancy LEDs, but this computer accessory was designed for the ultimate in comfort. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Photo credit: Yanko Design
Technically speaking, a computer mouse is essentially a handheld pointing device that detects two-dimensional motion relative to a surface, which is translated into the motion of a pointer on a display to allow for smooth control of the graphical user interface. Did you know that computer engineer Bill English helped inventor Douglas Engelbart build the first mouse prototype in 1964? We’ve come a long way since then, and have seen countless versions of this device over the years, and the latest is “The Hemisphere” by industrial designer Deokhee Jeong. Read more for additional pictures and information.