Double data rate fourth generation (DDR4) is a memory standard designed as a betterfaster, more reliable replacement for DDR3.

The latest version of DDR i.e. DDR5 is expected to be launched.



Computers with the new 9th Generation Intel® Core™ desktop processor family are packed with performance for your mainstream customers and competitive gamers. With up to 8 cores, 16 threads, 5.0 GHz, and 16 MB cache the 9th Generation Intel® Core™ desktop processor family are built for gaming.

The AMD Ryzen 9 5900X brings the biggest gen-on-gen jump in a single performance in years, making it a terrific upgrade. This latest release from AMD is not just a stronger processor across the board. It’s also an incredibly powerful processor for gaming and creative work full stop.


SSD(Solid State Drive)

SSD deliver faster load times for games, applications, and movies. Because of the technology they use, SSDs are lighter and better able to withstand movement and droppage. In addition, solid state drives use less energy, allowing computers to run cooler.

Best SSD’s of 2020 are Crucial, HP, Samsung, WD, Seagate etc.


Wireless Routers

These days your Wi-Fi router not only connects you to the Internet, but often your job, too. Here’s what you need to build the best home network along with reviews of our top-rated routers for a range of needs and budgets.


Wi-Fi Printers

Wi-Fi printers don’t connect directly to a computer in the way that USB or other wired printers do. Instead, these printers connect to a local wireless network and become a network asset that is available to any computer or other wireless device connected to the network. Wi-Fi printers do have the option of being connected to a single computer via a USB cable, though doing so typically restricts the availability of the printer as a network asset.


IP Cameras 

IP cameras provide overall higher video quality than analogue cameras. They offer more video site ranges, such as a wide or narrow field of view, and better zoom-in capabilities.