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Daniel Sumaoang

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Latest tech
« on: April 28, 2016, 09:26:06 AM »
what are the new must have gadget or latest tech?  ???

hana medina

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2016, 03:52:30 PM »

you should try this one...

MOXO X-1 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Floating Levitating Speaker | Latest Gadget 2016


This wireless speaker lets you play the music on smart phone/tablet, the music will be audible from the bluetooth speaker orb. It can easily be paired with smart phone/tablet automatically. Give your ears a soothing and lavish hearing with this portable levitating speaker.

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heres the link po... madami pa po kayong makikitang bago po....

http://www.designbolts.com/2016/01/04/top-10-latest-must-have-tech-gadgets-of-2016/

Noel Garcia Jr.

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2016, 09:01:28 AM »
MSI Vortex
Move over, MacBook Pro. MSI's tiny cylindrical Vortex PC hides a quad-core Core i7 Skylake processor, DDR4 RAM, and not one, but two of Nvidia's potent GeForce GTX 980 mobile GPUs, which pack just as much firepower as their desktop sibling.

MSI's 360 Silent Storm cooling system pulls air in the top of the PC and swirls it through the case before exiting the bottom to keep everything running nice and cool. This thing is badass.

Noel Garcia Jr.

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2016, 09:08:29 AM »
here also :
AMD Wraith cooler
Enthusiasts may sneer at stock coolers, but the vast majority of PC users don't overclock their processors. So it's nice to see AMD address the longstanding issue of noise in its stock cooling solution. The new Wraith cooler features a larger design with a bigger fan that runs constantly at lower speeds. That combination makes Wraith far quieter than its predecessor. Look for it to ship with undisclosed AMD chips later this year.

Mark Ortiz

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #4 on: May 18, 2016, 09:17:12 AM »
TP-Link's tri-band router
Networking's an important part of the PC ecosystem, and one router in particular caught our eye at 2016: TP-Link's Talon AD7200, the first true tri-band router. It's been a long wait, but a hybrid 802.11ac/802.11ad router is finally headed our way sometime this spring, operating on the 2.5GHz, 5GHz, and 60GHz frequencies.

Mark Ortiz

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #5 on: May 18, 2016, 09:23:26 AM »
Asus ROG GT51
The Asus ROG GT51 screams "gaming PC," with an angular design, a case window to show off its internals, and glowing LEDs galore. The hardware is certainly up to par, with Intel's Core i7-6700K processor, a one-push overclocking button, and up to two ferocious Titan X graphics cards.

But that's not the interesting part. The interesting part is the included ROG Band bracelet, which unlocks a hidden partition on the hard drive when you wave your hand in front of the case. You know, for your taxes.
check this out. :D

Mark Ortiz

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #6 on: May 18, 2016, 09:26:05 AM »
 also this one is awesome. :D  8)
CyberPower Pro Streamer PC series
Sure, anybody can stream their PC games fairly easily with ShadowPlay or OBS, but professional live streamers use two PCs to broadcast their adventures. That's because encoding and gaming are both CPU-intensive, so doing both tasks on the same machine can affect performance. Enter CyberPower's new Pro Streamer PCs, which are capable of housing two discrete PC builds inside of a single case. The two PCs (one Skylake desktop, another mITX build) share the same power supply, liquid-cooling, and case, but that's it.

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #7 on: May 18, 2016, 09:31:04 AM »
MSI launched numerous gaming laptops at CES 2016. Perhaps the most interesting is the GT72 Dominator Pro Tobii, a variant of the GT72 notebook equipped with Tobii's gaze-tracking technology, allowing you to sign in to Windows, control PC games, and more using your peepers. check it at this link :
http://www.pcworld.com/article/3019066/software-games/tobiis-gaze-tracking-tech-hits-top-ubisoft-pc-games-msis-gt72-gaming-notebook.html

Jomar E. Mongoc

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #8 on: May 18, 2016, 09:37:24 AM »
Corsair RGB SDK

RGB backlighting on keyboards finally has a productive purpose. Corsair's RGB SDK allows game developers to map key lighting to in-game gameplay, so that, for example, your weapon keys are green until you run out of ammo, at which point they turn red. Another demo'd trick was mapping your health to the lighting on the Function keys, which slowly faded to black to match the dwindling health bar as enemies attacked. :)

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #9 on: May 18, 2016, 09:40:45 AM »
LaCie Chrome

This gleaming tower of chromed-out glory isn't just excessive on the outside. The aptly named LaCie Chrome portable drive is just as over-the-top on the inside, where you'll find two SSDs configured in RAID 0 to deliver face-meltingly fast 940 MBps speeds. :)

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #10 on: May 18, 2016, 09:53:24 AM »
Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum

Logitech's G502 Proteus Core is PCWorld's favorite gaming mouse (and we've tried a ton of gaming mice). The G502 Proteus Spectrum is the Proteus Core, but equipped with customizable RGB lighting.  :)

Erly G. Gozano

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #11 on: May 18, 2016, 10:01:40 AM »
WiTricity wireless laptop charging

Wireless phone charging sounds better in theory than practice, as it still requires placing your handset on a stationary charger. Wireless laptop charging, on the other hand, is a much more compelling proposition, as the primary use case of laptops involves plopping 'em on a desk anyway.

WiTricity's use of tightly coupled magnetic fields to transmit the power through stone, metal, or even your head—and with far higher output—makes it better suited for laptops, which draw far more power than smartphones. We saw a demo of WiTricity wireless charging in action and it worked exactly as promised. Even better, the company says it's partnered with top PC makers to ship the technology in actual laptops this year.

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Re: Latest tech
« Reply #12 on: June 09, 2016, 10:55:02 AM »
.. dami ng pagpipilian ah? hehe
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