Kizito Katawonga

Kizito Katawonga

Kizzy brings four decades of gaming, technology, design and geek culture to Digital Trends. He writes about games and the technology that helps us truly enjoy them. When he’s not trying to listen to his three little girls at the same time, Kizzy enjoys playing around with the latest gadgets or getting lost in a gorgeous sci-fantasy game.

Digital Trends Team

Articles 6
Top Categories
Articles
Computing

Tear-free and buttery smooth, the $400 Samsung CRG5 has a G-Sync, 240Hz panel

The CRG5 (C27RG5) is a curved gaming monitor with a FullHD, Nvidia G-Sync, VA panel with a 240Hz refresh rate. It has a bezel-less design with wide viewing angles, great contrast, and presets for a variety of game types.
Computing

The new Razer Kraken X is a $50 gaming headset with 7.1 surround sound

Razer has introduced the Kraken X and Kraken X for Console wired gaming headsets. They weigh half a pound, have memory foam ear cushions that are glasses friendly and 7.1 surround sound audio in a wallet-friendly package. What's not to…
Computing

Your ATX motherboard is ancient. Is the modular Asus Prime Utopia the future?

The Asus Prime Utopia is a concept motherboard design that moves the graphics card to the back, has modular IO ports, proprietary Hydra Cortex fan controls and a detachable OLED touch screen for good measure.
Computing

The Razer Blade Studio is a desktop-replacement workstation you’ll actually want

The Razer Blade Studio Edition laptops are an upgrade to the regular Blade 15 and Blade 17 Pro. They have all new NVIDIA RTX Quadro graphics for workstation performance on the go. Buyers have an option of 4K OLED or 4K 120Hz screens.
News

New SteelSeries mechanical keyboards are the first to have adjustable actuation

SteelSeries Apex Pro is the first ever keyboard with adjustable actuation switches allowing for on-the-fly changes depending on the app running. It also has an OLED Smart display for instant notifications from other applications.
Computing

Acer’s new Swift and Nitro laptops are now powered by the latest AMD chips

Ahead of Computex, Acer has announced a pair of updates to a couple of its most popular budget laptop lines. Both the Nitro 5 and Swift 3 will now be powered completely by AMD silicon in the form of Ryzen 7 Mobile.