Computers are fine and dandy on their own, but their usefulness is limited by their hardware. Unless you’re a hobbyist, your computer probably has the same specs today as it did the day you bought it. Thankfully, you don’t have to crack open your machine to make it more useful. Your computer has a number of ports and wireless connections that are just waiting to be hooked up to awesome peripherals. If you’re looking to do more with your computer, consider adding some of the devices below to unlock its true potential.
1. Razer Core
Are you a laptop owner interested in playing the latest games? If so, you have two choices. One is to spend a ton of money on a high-end gaming laptop with its tiny graphics card. The other is to buy an external graphics card enclosure that can hold a desktop graphics card. The Razer Core will suit you just fine. As long as your computer has a Thunderbolt 3 port, just buy the Razer Core, put a compatible graphics card of your choice in it, and you’re good to go. There are some compatibility concerns (as the Core isn’t officially supported for many computers) that hopefully time will reduce, and it’s not a cheap solution, but neither is assembling a gaming PC.