From the monthly archives:

September 2014

Get The Latest Gaming PC From Mouse Computer

by Isaiah on September 29, 2014


Mouse Computer has once again expanded it line of gaming PCs by bringing you the NEXTGEAR i640PA2-SP3. As part of the G-Tune series, this high-end system is configured with a 4.0GHz Intel Core i7-4790K processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 4GB graphics card and a 16GB DDR3 RAM to offer performance and multitasking capabilities for productivity software, web browsing and more. For storing videos, images, music and files, the 2TB hard drive offers ample space and spins at 7,200 rpm. The system also offers a SuperMulti DVD burner to play or create DVD movies or music CDs, and a multi-card reader that allows you to read SD, MMC, xD and Memory Stick cards. Running on Windows 8.1 Update 64-bit OS, the NEXTGEAR i640PA2-SP3 will set you back 179,800 Yen (about $1,645). [Product Page]

The Chargeboard Is The Coolest Longboard Ever!

by Jeremiah on September 25, 2014

Chargeboard Mandy

Longboarding is cool. Cruising about on those four wheels listening to your favorite tunes without a care in the world, is even cooler. But the longer you board, and the farther away you are from home, the more the chance of running out of juice on your music player or your phone.

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Lightning Internet Speed

It’s not unbelievable to imagine that someone obsessed with having a fast internet connection would move across town where another ISP has better service. But would you move to another country? If you’re willing to pack up and move (and potentially learn a new language) for the fastest internet speeds on Earth, here are 10 countries you should consider.

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Dyson 360 Eye: Vacuum Cleaner From the Future

by Jeremiah on September 23, 2014

Dyson 360 Eye

When iRobot released the first Roomba, the world was excited. But that excitement didn’t last too long, when people find out that it was more of a status symbol than an actual effective cleaning machine. Dyson tries to change this with their all new 360 Eye. It’s the first robotic vacuum cleaner with tank tracks and 360-degree vision. It can surpass all household terrains, and it snaps about 30 images per second to map your room for speedy and thorough cleaning.

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Own Your Own Micro Motion 3D Printer for $349

by Jeremiah on September 22, 2014

The Micro 3D Printer

3D printing is now within reach for the average consumer. The M3D, or simply the Micro, is not only affordable but also very practical. It’s a plug-and-print package equipped with a state-of-the-art software interface with pre-built printable models. At the core of the Micro lies an embedded microchip on the print head that enables precise motions, which in turn produces precise printed products. It moves in beautiful motion, and all you have to do is sit and watch. Or stand, if you prefer. They call this the Micro Motion Technology™ and you can pre-order one for $349 on their website.

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