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Category: Computing

Modder Packs Playable Doom Game Into Pregnancy Test

Modder Packs Playable Doom Game Into Pregnancy Test
For those of you unaware, there’s an ongoing challenge in the computing and gaming community to get Doom to run on less and less sophisticated hardware, pushing the limits of what was ever thought possible. In the near future, someone will hack an abacus to run the game.

The 3-Key Copy-Paste Keyboard Is a Real Product You Can Buy

The 3-Key Copy-Paste Keyboard Is a Real Product You Can Buy
What originally started as an April Fools joke by programmer community help forum Stack Overflow, the Key Macropad (aka copy-paste keyboard) is now a real product you can buy from Drop for $29. I can already feel my programming workload getting infinitely lighter.

Excel at Sipping Coffee with the Spreadsheet Shortcut Mug

Excel at Sipping Coffee with the Spreadsheet Shortcut Mug
I like to think I’m pretty adept at Microsoft Excel.  Whenever I show some neophyte how to use a Pivot Table, I feel like a spreadsheet god. Despite my skills at manipulating rows, columns, formulas, and macros, I don’t have all the Excel keyboard shortcuts memorized.

A Gallery of Clear Gadgets

A Gallery of Clear Gadgets
The first time I had an electronic gadget that I could see inside of without cracking it open was the original iMac G3. With its semi-transparent colored backside, you could barely make out the electronic components inside, and even then, most of them were hidden beneath massive RF shielding.

Framework Repair-friendly Laptop: Fixing Obsolescence

Framework Repair-friendly Laptop: Fixing Obsolescence
Computers and other gadgets are becoming increasingly affordable, but they’re also getting harder if not outright impossible to repair. We’re warned that our warranty will be voided if we open up our gadgets, licensed repair shops are nearly extinct, and reputable sources of components are also hard to find.

MelGeek Mojo68 Transparent Mechanical Keyboard: I See Value

MelGeek Mojo68 Transparent Mechanical Keyboard: I See Value
If you’re looking for a great entry point to the colorful, thoccy, and expensive world of mechanical keyboards, keep an eye out for MelGeek’s upcoming Mojo68. It’s a stylish and fully assembled 60% mechanical keyboard with a transparent plastic chassis, gasket-mounted components, RGB backlighting, and wired and wireless connectivity options.

Indoor Pop-Up Privacy Work Tent: Nothing to See Here

Indoor Pop-Up Privacy Work Tent: Nothing to See Here
With an increased number of employees working from home in spaces they may not have anticipated being their new office, what’s a person to do to ensure some privacy so they can focus and get their work done uninterrupted?

Giant Scorpion Inspired Reclining PC Immersion Rig

Giant Scorpion Inspired Reclining PC Immersion Rig
Scorpions: they can be deadly. And this chair looks like it could be too. Introducing the IW-SK ‘Cool Scorpion’ reclining computer workstation from Cluvens Cockpits. It’s a PC rig that looks like a giant steel scorpion and reclines so you can relax at maximum levels while becoming fully immersed in your computing experience.

Dasung Paperlike 253 3K HDMI E-ink Monitor: Stock Footage

Dasung Paperlike 253 3K HDMI E-ink Monitor: Stock Footage
Chinese company Dasung has been working to make larger and more responsive E-ink displays for seven years. They made waves online in 2015 with their 13.3″ E-ink reader, and now they’re back with a product that is almost twice that size.

Icy Dock ToughArmor MB872MP-B Can Fit 12 SATA SSDs in a 5.25″ Drive Bay: Super Saiyan Drive Super Saiyan

Icy Dock ToughArmor MB872MP-B Can Fit 12 SATA SSDs in a 5.25″ Drive Bay: Super Saiyan Drive Super Saiyan
The M.2 storage drive specification has been one of the best new additions to PCs in recent years, allowing for extremely compact and easy-to-install SSDs. These days it’s often used by incredibly fast NVMe SSDs, giving you the best of both worlds – small footprint and lightning speeds – at reasonable prices.

Razer Gaming Gear Sneki Snek Slippers: SSSSSSSSSSS

Razer Gaming Gear Sneki Snek Slippers: SSSSSSSSSSS
Requested by their community of product users and inspired by the company’s mascot, manufacturer of gaming gear Razer has announced a line of Sneki Snek merchandise, including these house slippers. Created with a mission to help protect the environment and promote sustainability, Razer says the purchase of each pair of recycled polyester slippers will save ten trees through Conservation International.

The JingPad A1 is a Feature-packed, Flagship Level… Linux Tablet?!

The JingPad A1 is a Feature-packed, Flagship Level… Linux Tablet?!
An 11″, 2K, 4:3 AMOLED touchscreen. A 1.8GHz 8-core ARM SoC. 8GB of RAM. 256GB of storage. USB-C. An included stylus. Sounds like an awesome tablet right? But the thing that makes the JingPad A1 truly special is that it’s running JingOS, a Linux-based operating system.

The EXO Giga Bike is a Custom PC in a Bicycle: BMX On

The EXO Giga Bike is a Custom PC in a Bicycle: BMX On
If you’re a PC enthusiast, you might have noticed that boutique manufacturers are actually making open-air chassis that are not meant to be test benches, but for showcase builds. Well, how’s this for an open-air chassis?

Custom Watercooled Gaming PC Combined with a PS5: Play Everything

Custom Watercooled Gaming PC Combined with a PS5: Play Everything
PC builders have toyed with incorporating entire consoles into PC cases before – Origin even made some – but the folks at Modding Cafe came up with something that’s truly a sight to behold. The Vietnamese builders made a custom ITX build that watercools both a PC and a PS5.

Noctua NH-P1 Passive CPU Cooler Can Take on 125W Chips: Fanless Fin Fun

Noctua NH-P1 Passive CPU Cooler Can Take on 125W Chips: Fanless Fin Fun
Fanless or passive CPU cooling heatsinks are nothing new. But they were reserved for low-power CPUs, which usually draw around 50W on average. That’s why Noctua is making waves with its release of the NH-P1, the company’s first-ever passive CPU cooler.

Clear Resin Moon and Mars Keycaps: The Eagle Has Landed (on Your Desktop)

Clear Resin Moon and Mars Keycaps: The Eagle Has Landed (on Your Desktop)
To celebrate some of humanity’s greatest achievements in space exploration (and sell some cool keycaps in the process), these are Moon Keys. Compatible with Cherry MX switches and clones, the keycaps are available in five varieties: a 1u Eagle Has Landed, Lunar Lander, and Curiosity Rover ($49), and 1.75u Eagle Has Landed ($52), and 2.25u Curiosity Rover ($58).