No matter what you use your monitor for most of the time – whether it’s designing, gaming, animating, writing, or something else entirely – nabbing yourself an excellent 4K monitor is vital. Sure, games and movies can look glorious in 1080p, but once you see a 4K image you’ll never want to go back. However, there are a lot of choices out there, and some options and most certainly better than others. Whatever job you need a monitor for, and whether you want a sharp screen for work or play, our list of the best 4K monitors available right now should help you decide.
While it can be a complex and confusing field to navigate, we’ve gathered together some of the best gaming desktop PCs out there for a range of different budgets and needs – from casual player to graphical enthusiast.
If you’ve been hunting for a great price on a Nintendo Switch post holiday season, you’re in luck. The hybrid home/handheld console in Neon can be yours for just £223.88 from ShopTo’s eBay store if you use the code PNY2018 at the checkout until 6PM GMT this evening. We’re pretty sure that’s the lowest price we’ve seen the console anywhere so far.
Whether you’re the type of person to play hours upon hours of PC games or you’re able to type at a blistering speed, chances are you’ve come across someone recommending mechanical keyboards. Offering a much more satisfying feel for writers and more precision for gamers, here is our list of the best mechanical keyboards available right now.
The Recreated ZX Spectrum was a bit of an oddity that was released last year. It’s both a high-speed Bluetooth keyboard but also runs some true classics of gaming – a bundle of those games are included as downloadable apps. It’s also a lovely bit of nostalgia-inducing retro gaming kit that’s half price at GAME. That offer finishes today though, so get in quick.
Mechanical keyboards, to a specific type of typist, can be an absolute blessing. Having a much more tactile style of feedback as you type can be the difference between gliding across the keys effortlessly and clumsily pecking. They’re pricey normally, though, but you can save 60% by grabbing a refurbished K70 model directly from Corsair, now only $59.99.