Intel teased a Core M-based Compute Stick back at IFA 2015, but it didn't have much information to share at the time. Now, at CES in Las Vegas, the company has taken the wraps of its brand-new dongle PCs. The new models are not only more powerful than the original product, but are also significantly more convenient.
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SteelSeries' new wired gaming mouse offers something a little out of the ordinary, carrying a tiny OLED display designed to provide extra visual flair, easy profile switching, and more. The mouse also sports a tactile alerts feature and swappable components.
If your resolution is to make 2016 a year full of promotions, it makes sense to upgrade your CV. These two video courses are designed to help you master Excel, readying you for official certification from Microsoft — and Gizmag Store has the bundle for 99% off the regular price.
Maingear's new All-in-One packs high-end desktop components into a attractive looking machine with an expansive, curved WQHD panel up front. It's a highly-customizable set up that's designed to provide the convenience of an All-in-One, without the compromises usually associated with the form factor.
The humble computer mouse hasn't changed much since it was first conceived back in the 1960s, but the new Logitech Yoga Mouse has an interesting trick up its sleeve. It doubles as a Windows remote control for taking command of your media player, presentation software and other applications.
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Lenovo has unveiled a new version of its compact Ideacentre home theater PC, and it's a computer with a twist – the twist being an optional projector that beams your movies and TV shows across 110 inches (279 cm) of wall or screen space. Unveiled at CES 2016, the dinky machine goes on sale this June for US$849 and above.
The start of a new year is always a great time to learn something new. If you love gaming, the Unity 5 Game Hacker Bundle should turn you into a full-fledged indie developer, with five video courses packed full of code and design. You can currently get the bundle at 89% off the regular price via Gizmag Store.
If your New Year resolution is learning to code, you can currently pay what you want for this bundle of nine video courses. It covers web development, database design, and high level programming, with tuition worth $1,539.