Over the years, we’ve looked at a wide range of headphones. Everything from cheap, $20 pairs on Amazon to $500 audiophile sets. Today is a first because we’re looking at a quad-driver set of in-ear monitors from ALLDOCUBE. It’s the company’s first pair of headphones and the perfect companion to the ALLDOCUBE X entertainment tablet. We’re also giving away five pairs, so be sure to read through to the end for your chance to win!
Thanks to e-sports stars like Tfue, small keyboards are on the rise like never before. Today, we’re looking at one of the most beloved 60% keyboards in the enthusiast community with the Vortex Pok3r RGB. If you’ve enjoyed TKL keyboards or wondered what they hype was about with these small 60-percents, we have the answer and are ready to let you know whether the Pok3r RGB should be the next keyboard on your wishlist.
Way back in December, Soundcast reached out to us to see if we would be consider their VG5 portable bluetooth speaker for a tech round-up. We’re not a site for party speakers but it got my mind working. If all you have is a headset, could you use something like a party speaker for your PC? Consider this an experimental review and join us as we explore just how useful the Soundcast VG5 can be.
People talk about SSDs as all the rage, but we forget about their older brother the HDD. Well, Western Digital hasn’t forgotten. If you’re running a console in need of extra storage or want a portable game drive to take with you on the go, this drive might be on your wishlist. But should it be? Join us as we find out! This is our review of the WD My Passport Portable Hard Drive.
Hexgears isn’t a name many are familiar with the gaming world. Most people looking for keyboards go with big names like Razer, Cougar, Cooler Master, etc. I’m here to tell you that great products can be found for cheaper, with all the features you’ve come to enjoy. This is our review of the Hexgears Impulse Mechanical Keyboard.
The world of mechanical gaming keyboards is becoming increasingly flooded, so it takes something special to truly stand out. Drevo thinks they’ve created that board. Today, we’re looking at the Drevo Blademaster Pro. It features genuine Cherry key switches, a sturdy metal build, an innovative Genius Knob, RGB backlighting, and high-speed wireless. Should it be your next keyboard? Read on to find out!
So you’ve built your computer: it looks good, runs better, and you’re happy. Now you can begin looking at the rest of your setup. That’s where Nanoleaf comes in. Today, we’re looking at the Nanoleaf Light Panels Rhythm Edition Smarter Kit. They’re modern, RGB customizable and can enhance the look of any game den. At $199, they don’t come cheap but are they the right fit for you? Join us as we find out.