The Tech Report also occasionally posts their staffs favourite peripherals, from monitors to mice, through microphones to joysticks. Indeed they recommend a variety of Freesync and G-SYNC monitors so you can jump immediately to the appropriate page. You can check out their recommended racing wheels, speakers ranging from small desktop models to studio quality or even power line networking. Pop on over to see if you want to add any of their choices to your wishlist.
"For this edition of our peripheral staff picks, we've refreshed our selection of displays, keyboards, mice, and more to account for the latest and greatest options out there for PC builders. Finish off your PC with this selection of great gear."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Intel CPU flaw leaves Haswell-powered devices open to attack @ The Inquirer
- Microsoft keeps schtum as more battery woes hit Surface sufferers @ The Register
- Kodak revives the classic Ektra camera as a deca-core Android smartphone @ The Inquirer
- 32GB iPhone 7 Has 8 Times Slower Storage Performance Than 128GB Model @ Slashdot
- Coming soon to smart home devices? Best Before labels – with patch cut-off dates @ The Register
Got an anker USB3.0 strip a
Got an anker USB3.0 strip a while back ago (lower end version), The light on it died shortly after purchase which makes me question their quality. Strip still functions but food for thought.
Though they are essential to have, even on a desktop.
USB KB, mouse, headset, HOTAS(2ports), TrackIR, Phone, Wacom tablet, the ports add up and if something doesn’t get the juice it needs, it behaves wonky… Phantom buttons, etc, self-destructing your ship and ejecting you…
at least Anker has great
at least Anker has great support even if you get a defective one every once and a while