ViCadia is a technology oriented digital magazine focused on delivering news and reviews about latest PC components, home electronic devices and video games. Here, you will find product reviews, benchmarks, buying guides and latest insights from consumer electronics industry.


You might be puzzled with the name of our website. However, if you have ever come across the word “virtual”, and you also had a chance to read Jacopo Sanazzaro’s book called Arcadia, or many Greek myths that mention that name, then the name of our website might become pretty obvious to you. In short, ViCadia stands for “Virtual Arcadia“, and as such strives to be a progressive and open-minded web magazine about PC hardware and digital realms in general.

ViCadia is currently run by a small team of hard-working individuals whose job is to create detailed and unbiased buying guides, as well as product reviews, and informative posts related to gaming and tech. Besides our passion for writing about new technologies and latest video games, main reason for starting ViCadia was to provide consumers unbiased hardware product reviews, and deliver them valid market intelligence insights in order to make informed decisions.


If you are a marketer looking for ways to connect your brand with our audience, please contact us at contact@vicadia.com, or use our Contact form.

OUR PEOPLE

Frank Peckett
Editor in Chief

Frank is the founder and Editor in Chief at ViCadia. He is an avid PC gaming fan, as well as a tech freak. Besides being a tireless writer, he is also ViCadia’s coder and technical manager. Thanks to his master’s degree in sociology, Frank is well informed about consumer behavior and tech industry trends.

Nicholas Hicks
Senior Writer

Before joining ViCadia, Nicholas worked as a news reporter for several tech magazines. He covered almost everything – from personal computers to TVs, and mobile phones. Nowadays his primary area of interest are semiconductors and innovations in computer hardware technology.

Matthew Davis
Product Reviewer

Always hyperactive and curious, Matthew is constantly in search for the latest gadgets and electronic devices. When he’s not reviewing high-end graphics cards or gold-plated HDMI cables, he usually plays Cities: Skylines and tries to construct the best interstate highway loops that won’t cause any traffic build-up.