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Archive for Category: Hardware Reviews

OLALA 6000mAh Portable Charger Review

/ Jan 18th, 2019 Portable chargers are an accessory that most people cannot live without at this point. But when it comes to 0 comments continue reading >>

Last Minute Gift Idea: PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller

/ Dec 17th, 2018 With Christmas only about a week away, many of us have finished up our Holiday shopping. But we all 0 comments continue reading >>

Logitech G Pro Wireless Mouse Review

/ Dec 8th, 2018 There are many skeptics of wireless mice. Concerns over input lag, battery life and feel have caused many hardcore 0 comments continue reading >>

Echogear Dual Monitor Desk Mount Review

/ Nov 20th, 2018 If you’re anything like me, you hate clutter and wasted space. I do everything I can to organize cords 0 comments continue reading >>

EasySMX KC-8236 Wireless Gamepad Review

/ Nov 9th, 2018 Not too long ago, it seemed like controllers may be a thing of the past. Mobile gaming had everyone 0 comments continue reading >>

TP-Link Archer C5400X Router Review

/ Oct 19th, 2018 What do you look for when you choose a router? The options are seemingly endless and it can be 0 comments continue reading >>

MyCharge PowerGame Review: Last Longer

/ Aug 21st, 2018 The bane of any portable electronic is its battery life. We’ve known that since we had to carry extra 0 comments continue reading >>

Turtle Beach Stealth 300 Review: Hot Wired

/ Jul 12th, 2018 Turtle Beach‘s Stealth headset line has been at the top of the pack when it comes to wireless sound 0 comments continue reading >>

Logitech G Powerplay Wireless Charging System and G703 Gaming Mouse Review

/ Feb 23rd, 2018 When you use a wireless gaming accessory, you probably think you have to sacrifice in some areas to get 0 comments continue reading >>

Kingston HyperX Cloud Flight Review

/ Feb 5th, 2018 Wireless gaming headsets are tricky to get right. Big players like Razer and Logitech have taken multiple generations of 0 comments continue reading >>