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Posted by James Keir
on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 8:00am
Cooler Master MP750

Mouse pads have gone from a simple pad used for mouse tracking to ones with dual surfaces, RGB lighting, and sizes that can cover your whole desk. Hot off the heels of the MP860, Cooler Master is bringing another mouse pad into the market with its new MP750. It features an extra thick RGB border that’s configurable via software and has smooth water-resistant surface. The MP750 is available in 3 different sizes: Medium ($34.99), Large ($44.99) and Extra-Large ($54.99) and for this review, we will be looking at the extra-large.

Posted by James Keir
on Monday, November 12, 2018 - 8:00am
NZXT HUE 2 Lighting Kit and AER RGB 2

Somewhere along the way, PC building went from simply assembling parts to becoming a form of expression. When aesthetics gained importance, we started to see features that included tempered glass, sleeved cables and of course, RGB. When putting RGB into your build, it’s easy to select components that are not compatible and challenging to achieve a unified look. NZXT hopes to solve that problem with its new HUE 2 line of products. The HUE 2 ecosystem consists of many different accessories such as fans, LED strips and cable combs, which all work together harmoniously using NZXT’s CAM software. At the heart of this ecosystem is the NZXT HUE 2 RGB Controller, which you can connect up to 160 LEDs worth of HUE 2 accessories across 4 different channels. NZXT has made it easy to jump into HUE 2 by offering HUE 2 RGB Lighting Kits priced at $74.99 and Aer RGB 2 Start Kits priced at $109.99.

Posted by James Keir
on Thursday, October 25, 2018 - 9:00am
ScharkSpark SS40 Wasp

As drone technology advanced, they went from a hobby for the wealthy to something anyone can now do. Not only are drones now very affordable, they are also packing in a lot of new bells and whistles. Most expensive drones are equipped with cameras and have the ability to stream right to your mobile device. Thanks to the Wasp SS40, you can have these high-end items in an entry level drone. Some of the notable features include a 120-degree wide lens HD 1080p resolution camera, single button take-off/landing, 10 to 12 minute flight time and WiFi piloting using a tablet/smart phone. Even with all these premium features the Wasp SS40 comes in at an affordable MSRP of $69.99.

Posted by James Keir
on Wednesday, October 24, 2018 - 9:00am

Over the past few years, drones have become an increasing popular hobby. One reason for this is the cost of entry becoming low enough for even the amateur hobbyist to purchase one. When people start to fly drones, they would be nervous piloting a $500+ drone, but due to the many technological advances, you can now find a drone like ScharkSpark’s Warrior II for under $30. The Warrior II is a perfect beginner drone with its easy to use controls and its very portable design thanks to its smaller size and foldable propellers. With an MSRP of $29.99, this is a drone you won’t be too worried about crashing.

Posted by Mark Taliaferro
on Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 8:00am
Razer Invicta

Every gaming computer needs a good mix of gaming gear to reach your pinnacle of gaming nirvana and often we spend hundreds of dollars improving and updating our gaming shrines. Often overlooked or scrimped on is our Mouse Pad or Mat. Far too often we see that $1.99 generic mouse mat sitting in front of a machine that took a couple of thousand to build. Razer, one of the world’s leading manufacturers knows all too well about that and has a wide variety of mouse pads and mats in all price ranges. Razer sent in Razer Invicta Elite Gunmetal Dual-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat (from the Gunmetal Suite we will be covering in the Gun Metal Variety).

Posted by Michael Pabia
on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 8:00am
Frabicon Xplorer

Laptop bags need to provide shelter for your gadgets and still be comfortable for you to carry outdoors for traveling. Frabicon sent us their Xplorer Laptop bag to check out. Follow us today and see if the Frabicon Xplorer bag everything you need to be your next travel laptop bag.

Posted by Paul Malfy
on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 8:00am
TomToc 14” Laptop Briefcase Review

When someone mentions a laptop bag, those of us who are a bit older will think of these large, bulky backpacks, or briefcase style bags. The kind that could fit a small form factor desktop into. However, the younger generations think of something much smaller. The laptops and notebooks of today have slimed down immensely when compared to the original IBM ThinkPad of my youth. For this reason, it only makes sense that the laptop bags have slimed down as well. But is it possible to fit a laptop, with all its accessories into a briefcase no larger than the laptops from the early days of personal computing? The people at Tomtoc certainly think so. I’d like to thank them for recently sending a 13’ Tomtoc Laptop Briefcase, designed for an Ultrabook or a Notebook. Now let’s see if this slim briefcase can hold everything you need for a laptop.



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