Stream with a passion – A Turtle Beach Stream Mic Review

By on January 7, 2017

If you have a passion for video games and want to work with video games, then a game development or game design job position used to be in your future. You could … read more →

Professional, Experienced, Elite – A Turtle Beach Elite Pro Review

By on November 6, 2016

I recently watched a video online that showcased a $1000 ten-year-old Intel CPU that only costs $25 today. The question to be answered in the video was whether or not this CPU … read more →

One Shot, One Kill – A Kingston HyperX Cloud Revolver Review

By on October 4, 2016

Music, gaming, Netflix, and sitting at our computers is what many of us are planning for as fall approaches and soon after brings winter. Even though I have a pair of speakers … read more →

Red, White, and Blue – A Noctua Chromax Review

By on September 13, 2016

When I first got into desktop computing, it wasn’t how cool the computer looked or how well it performed, it was just about getting it working and completing the accomplishment of building … read more →

Brighten up your workspace – An Annt LED Kit Review

By on July 27, 2016

There is a great series on YouTube called Room Tour Project by RandomFrankP. Once a week, Frank, the host, publishes a new episode where he showcases some of the best computer desktop … read more →

Game Furiously – A Turtle Beach Stealth 420X Xbox One Headset Review

By on February 15, 2016

It has been an astonishing fifteen years since the original release of Microsoft’s Xbox and what a journey it has been for both the company and the gamers. In fifteen years, gamers … read more →

Customize your equipment – A Dbrand [Xbox One] Custom Skin Review

By on December 31, 2015

Anybody can drive out to Walmart and pick up the average black Xbox One or PlayStation 4. The same goes for buying controllers, cell phones, computers, and practically any device. Imagine that … read more →

Type on the Go – An iClever Foldable Wireless Keyboard Review

By on September 26, 2015

Before the emergence of computing, the go-to recording device was a mechanical typing machine that punched ink onto a page of paper, allowing somebody to type more quickly than they could write. … read more →

An Extreme Performer – A Kingston HyperX Savage Solid State Drive Review

By on August 28, 2015

Following the demise of the tape drive, floppy drive, then the CD, the traditional hard drive has been holding computer data since the beginning. With large internal circular disks that contain billions … read more →

Advanced Gaming – A Beyerdynamic MMX 300 Headset Review

By on August 12, 2015

Did you know that in Warcraft III, sleeping creeps have a snoring effect when you walk up to them? Or perhaps that games like Battlefield and Call of Duty implement footstep noises … read more →

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