How About This Adorable Raspberry Pi-Powered Mac Made From LEGOS?

Hey there guys! This is some cool news. A man, not the first man to do so, but a man named Jannis Hermanns, built a Wi-Fi enabled LEGO Macintosh Classic running Docker OS, on a Raspberry Pi Zero circuit board. … Continue reading


The HP 2017 Pavilion and Pavilion x360 Notebooks Are Budget-Friendly, and Better Devices Than Ever

HP’s always been one to give us the “good” good. Well, for 2017, the tech giant has announced a laptop series where its users like it, in the low price range, all while being Pavillion (that’s automatically a good thing). … Continue reading


A New Smart-Home Assistant, Duo, Takes Your Commands in the Unique Form of a Mirror!

If you’ve seen Iron Man, you’ve heard of Jarvis, and unless you’re not into anything tech, you’ve have to have heard the equivalence of the “real life Jarvis”, right? Although nothing nearly as sophisticated, yet those types of at-home assistants … Continue reading


The 2017 Apple IPad Is a Budget Model? We’ll Happily Trade the Sheer Thrills for Power and Price

A review for the 2017 Apple iPad? That sounds like quite the intimidating job on my part, only because there has been so much leading up to this device coming out I want to do its reviewers justice. Hence, it’s … Continue reading


Intel’s Optane Memory Offers High-Octane Speed for Your PC at Under $100

The world has been eagerly awaiting the debut of 3D Xpoint memory technology since we first learned about it back in 2015. And it is finally here – sort of. Intel just announced their newest family of products, dubbed Intel … Continue reading


Hey! Samsung Made Dex, a Little Dock To Turn your S8 Into a Desktop!

What? The brand new Samsung Galaxy S8, something I haven’t even written about yet, but do know involves a top-of-the-line Snapdragon processor and was designed with VR in mind (yeah!), is in the news for creating this amazing dock called … Continue reading


The Teclast X3 Plus Launches As Mid-Range 2-in-1 Tablet PC

What do we know about Chinese manufacturer Teclast? Well, Most of us probably don’t know anything, but the company, founded in 1999, has electronic products across the table, from tablet PCs, smart bands, power banks, and USB flash drives. Other … Continue reading


One Company Wants to Wirelessly Upgrade any Phone to a Full-Sized Touchscreen Display

What better way to describe Superscreen on Kickstarter than stating the obvious? What I mean is, the new invention has been 500 percent funded in a short amount of time, making it seem like something folks are more than ready … Continue reading


The New Orange Pi Model is a New, Well Equipped Single Board Mini PC For 10 Bucks

There is a Raspberry Pi rival in town? No, actually, there’s a Raspberry Pi Zero W rival in town. As specific as that sounds, it will all make sense once you realize this is a specific target towards Internet of … Continue reading


Matrix Voice is An Entirely Open Source Voice Recognition Dev Board

What is the Matrix Voice tool? Well, it is none other than a brand new Internet of Things (IoT) tool from Indiegogo crowdfunding startup, Matrix Labs. Sure, there’s a lot of inventions that pop up on Indiegogo and Kickstarter, in … Continue reading


Samsung Created the Galaxy Tab S3 To Compete with the iPad Pro and Prove Android’s Greats

It’s been a long time coming, hearing of the release of a new tablet from Samsung. Yet, after Apple’s first 9.7 inch iPad Pro from last year, this is a pretty big move since many Android tablets have yet to … Continue reading


Elon Musk’s Neuralink Aims to Add AI to the Human Brain

Contrary to popular belief, Elon Musk is not actually preparing for some sort of doomsday-esque takeover by the robots. Despite making headlines recently for comments that hint he may actually fear an AI-led apocalypse, it seems his more pressing goal … Continue reading


Asus Came out With a Premium Looking Chromebook, the Flip C302CA, for $499

I love comparing Chromebooks, but even more fun is talking about a new 2-in-1 Chromebook, dubbed the Chromebook Flip C302CA by Asus. A lot of devices from Asus this past month, as the company is really working at providing enough … Continue reading


The Asus F556UA Is High on Power, Lower on Res, Nevertheless Worth Taking a Gander At

 Laptop shopping today. It’s a comparable shopping experience to, say, finding the right pair of shoes. We pretty much know the protocol when we’re shopping right? It’s either this in fashion or that in fashion, then there’s finding the right … Continue reading


Orion Laptop: One Which Should Fulfill a Linux-Lover? Perhaps Even Holding a N Apple MacBook Resemblance?

So what makes a laptop better than all the laptops you see fly off the shelves? Hard to say, as competition has “gotten real” (the kids say that). When it comes to the choice of what new laptop a consumer … Continue reading