Command your PC with G.Skill’s WigiDash Widget Dashboard

G.Skill’s WigiDash PC control panel is now available to purchase

G.Skill, the famed producer of overclockable memory and other PC components, has entered into a new market. Meet the WigiDash, G.Skill’s new PC command center. This customisable IPS touch screen can be used to display system information, display widgets, and other hotkeys.

The WigiDash can be used to display up to 20 on-screen buttons or widgets in a 5×4 grid. That said, users can create larger icons for important information. Users can also create multiple pages on their dashboard to display different buttons for different use cases. G.Skill has also designed their software to allow users to connect multiple WigiDash panels to their PCs. Yes, you can combine several WigiDash’s together to create a pseudo-command deck.

Starting today, the WigiDash is available from Amazon in the US for $129.99. G.Skill’s customisable dashboard will be available more broadly soon.

The WigiDash is a useful product for most heavy PC users

G.Skill’s new PC dashboard is an ideal product for streamer, creatives and PC enthusiasts. Users can see important system information at a glance through HWiNFO and AIDA64 SensorPanel integration. They can also see information on local weather, temperatures, and other important data with ease. The screen can also be used for macros and shortcuts to accelerate your workflow. This can be particularly useful for content creators and streamer, who may need to access certain widgets or macros frequently.

With G.Skill’s software, users of the WigiDash can easily import and export their dashboard profiles. This makes it easy to users to move their custom dashboard configurations to new systems. G.Skill’s PC dashboard features an IPS touch screen with a resolution of 1024×600.

G.Skill’s WigiDash is a product that’s only limited by the creativity of its user. With the right hotkeys and widgets, it can significantly accelerate the workflows of users. With the right widgets it can also help users gather a lot of information with a simple glance.

You can join the discussion on G.Skill’s WigiDash PC Command Panel on the OC3D Forums.

Mark Campbell

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