Affordable, high-quality RAKK Pirah keyboard launches

Available in 3 colors starting at PhP 2,895



Rakk Pirah

RAKK Gears recently launched its newest mechanical gaming keyboard: the RAKK Pirah.

The compact and lightweight gaming peripheral delivers a solid experience while being one of the most affordable gaming keyboards in the market.

The RAKK Pirah will be available in black, white, and pink colors starting at PhP 2,895 in all EASYPC retail stores or at EASYPC’s website, Shopee, and Lazada online stores.

Customizable design, switches

RAKK’s newest wireless keyboard is engineered with high-quality materials while coming with a minimalist design that fits many gaming desk layouts.

The several-layered keyboard includes PBT keycaps, the case, plate, factory-lubricated stabilizer, PCB board, silicone cushion, and PCB foam.

Users may also customize the keyboard with their own preferred designs and colors for more aesthetics to the gaming keyboard.

The RGB keyboard also has 8 million backlight colors. Users can customize the LEDs with the RAKK finetuner software downloadable at the RAKK website.

Additionally, the keyboard is compatible with either 5-pin or 3-pin switches. Users may choose from seven mechanical switches: RAKK Katala Linear Switch, RAKK Kalaw Tactile Switch, Kailh Box White, Kailh Speed Bronze, Gateron Yellow Milky, Gateron Red Milky, and Gateron Black Milky.

Versatile, easy to use

The RAKK Pirah can be connected via Bluetooth 5.0 or using its USB-C wire.

The keyboard may be connected to up to three devices.

It also comes with a 2000mAh Li-po battery. It can last up to seven days without charging, making it a portable keyboard too.

For gaming, the keyboard has up to 1000Hz polling rate for gaming.

Other features include the Anti-Ghosting feature, n-key rollover (NKRO), and more.


Latest LG monitors now available in the Philippines

UltraGear, Dual Up, UltraFine and more



LG Monitors

Customers from the Philippines can now get their hands on LG’s latest range of 2022 monitors, including models from the LG UltraGear and LG UltraFine series as well as the new LG Dual Up.

The new monitors are set to benefit gamers, creatives, professionals, and workspaces for better productivity and a more seamless user experience, depending on their needs.

The monitors are now available via LG’s authorized retailers and flagship Lazada and Shopee online stores.

LG UltraGear monitors

For gaming, there are the LG UltraGear UHD 4K OLED (32GQ950), UltraGear UHD OLED (48GQ900), and UltraGear Full HD (32GN500-B) monitors.

The 32GQ950 model boasts a 32-inch (3840 x 2160) Nano IPS display, up to a 144Hz refresh rate, and 1ms response time.

It is VESA certified DisplayHDR 1,000 for brighter whites and deeper blacks, and supports HDMI 2.1.

Alternately, you can get the 48GQ900 for a 47.5-inch 3840 x 2160 OLED display that is G-SYNC compatible and comes with Anti-Glare and Low Reflection, a 120Hz refresh rate which can be bumped up to 138Hz, and 0.1ms response time.

You can also go for the 32GN500-B with has a 31.5-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display, up to 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and is NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium compatible.

LG Dual Up with 16:18 ratio

LG DualUp Ergo

Announced in Singapore just a few days earlier, the LG Dual Up (28MQ780-B) features a 27.6-inch display with the world’s first 16:18 aspect ratio.

It has a Square Double QHD 2,560 x 2,880 resolution Nano IPS display and comes with an ergo stand. The monitor supports USB-C connectivity for more convenient data transfers, screen displays, and other tasks.

Speaking of monitors ideal for either the workplace or home office, LG’s 21:9 UltraWide monitor (29WP500-B) features a 29-inch (2560 x 1080) Full HD display that has 33 percent more space than usual 29-inch monitors.

Among its features are HDR10 and OnScreen control which allows users side-by-side or split displays with just a few clicks.

Beyond daily work, its AMD FreeSync and Dynamic Action Sync makes it suitable for gaming too.

LG UltraFine monitors

Lastly, creatives may want to try the new pair of LG UltraFine monitors: the 27UP850-W and 27UN880-B which come with similar features.

Both have UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) IPS displays and support USB Type-C. They’re also both VESA certified Display HDR 400 and come with an adjustable stand for user’s convenience.

Perhaps the only difference is that you can do more with the 27UN880-B’s ergonomic stand with C-clamp, like extend, retract, swivel, pivot, or tilt it according to your preference.

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Latest LG DualUp monitor has world’s first 16:18 aspect ratio

The future of work



LG DualUp Ergo

Another innovation is coming to Singapore as LG has released the LG DualUp Ergo monitor.

The 27.6-inch display sports the world’s first 16:18 aspect ratio format, an expansive screen size that will benefit a wide range of users like designers, video editors, and even just everyday professionals.

The monitor has a Square Double QHD 2,560 x 2,880 resolution Nano IPS display, and is paired with LG’s newest Ergo stand that offers a wider swivel angle and a better adjustability range.

The display is also equipped with an ambient light sensor that adjusts screen brightness according to the surrounding brightness level.

For productivity, the screen has a vertical split view function. It utilizes USB-C connectivity for convenient charging, data transfer, and screen display.

The LG DualUp Ergo monitor is priced at SG$ 999 will be available starting July 1, 2022 through KrisShop, Lazada, Shopee, and the following authorized retailers:

  • Best Denki
  • Challenger
  • Gain City
  • Harvey Norman
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macOS Ventura: Favorite New Features

Features that will change the way you work!



Last WWDC 2022, Apple announced not only new Mac hardware, they’re also thrilled with what macOS Ventura has to offer.

Other than the vibrant wallpaper, there are features that will help you be more productive in doing work.

Watch our roundup of macOS Ventura’s Best New Features!

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