This year’s E3 Expo turned out to be surprisingly good for new hardware announcements and manufacturer partnerships. We conclude our E3 coverage with a look a quick look at what NVIDIA, Razer, Alienware, SteelSeries, Skullcandy, Turtle Beach, Polk Audio and Oblanc had on display! We also have nearly half a dozen videos for you to take a look at!
Do you have really annoyingly bright LEDs on your PC case or cable set top box? Is your digital nightstand clock is overly bright and blinding you at night? LightDims has a very simple yet genius solution to dim those pesky LEDs down! Read on to see how the LightDims work and what we thought of the original strength, black out edition and the silver edition!
E3 has just ended and we are still trying to get our hearing back and strength back in our legs from walking around for 3 days. While we are sifting through our notes with conversations with AMD, Microsoft, Sony and the likes, we thought you might like to see what we thought were the best looking assets from this year’s E3. Yes, sir, it’s that time to take a look at the Top Fifty Booth Babes of E3 2013!!!
Today we look at the ASUS flagship 802.11ac Dual-Band Wireless-AC1750 Gigabit Router. This router is built on around a Broadcom processor and, like other wireless-AC devices, is designed for gigabit Wi-Fi speeds. If this router looks familiar, it should since it has the same exact shape and dimensions of ASUS’s successful wireless-n dual-band router. Read on to see how this ASUS AC1750 router does against our suit of 802.11ac routers and if the step-up to wireless-ac is worth the cost.
Mad Catz newest additions to the iconic R.A.T. mice are mobility focused designs featuring Bluetooth connectivity and 1-year battery cycles. Are you wondering if these mice are actually robots in disguise? Well they do have lasers! The R.A.T. M is a notebook gaming mouse with a 6400 DPI sensor and the M.O.U.S. 9 has a R.A.T. form with a glass tracking sensor. There’s plenty to see and we have you covered with much more!
Legit Reviews is in Los Angeles as the 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3, is about to start. The doors haven’t quite opened yet, but we got a sneak peak from certain companies as they prepare to open their doors on Tuesday. We expect to hear big things from companies like Microsoft, Sony, EA, Disney, and many others. Of course we are keeping a sharp eye open for the latest and greatest hardware to be announced. Read on to see what exciting things we are prepared to see over the next few days!
Do dedicated sound cards matter? We take a look at ASUS’s two budget PCI-E Xonar sound cards and set the record straight. Both cards feature multichannel surround sound output and virtual headphone surround sound while the DGX packs a dedicated headphone amplifier and the DSX comes with a swappable op amp socket. Read on to see if these cards can bring music to the ears!
Today we take a look at Buffalo’s AirStation N600 802.11n wireless router that is shipped with a customized DD-WRT firmware. Those who are interested in the ultimate customization of their network should read on to see how the WZR-600DHP AirStation competes against several other popular wireless routers!
Today we are having a look at another product from Be Quiet!, the German supplier of high end PC parts, the Dark Power Pro 10 850W power supply. Despite boasting excellent performance and unique features, it comes in a very competitive range of the market. Does it have what it takes to survive the relentless competition? We will find out in this review.
This past weekend during April 26 through 28, Legit Reviews returned to Cal Poly Pomona in Southern California to attend the second Intel LANFest SoCal. Last year’s summer LANFest SoCal occurred alongside the GIGABYTE ESport LAN. While GIGABYTE’s invitational tournament did not return this time, a good portion of the GESL volunteer staff returned as LANFest SoCal 2013 gamers or volunteers. Check out our coverage of the event, tournaments, and sponsors.
This year, the first day of spring fell on March 20th, and for those in the Midwest that means that Tornado season has started. The season has started off slow so far, but dozens of tornadoes have already touched down and more are surely coming. It was around this time that we realized that we have prepared our computers for a power outage, but we weren’t prepped for a long term power outage. Read on as we take a look at some LED lights that are perfect for emergencies.
Are you looking for HDMI 1.4 cables are thinner and more flexible than standard HDMI cables? Rosewill recently launched a line of Ultra Slim HDMI Cables with RedMere technology. Each of these Rosewill cables have a RedMere chip inside to ensure that you receive the absolute best picture quality in a reduced weight and thin portable cable. Read on to learn more about these HDMI cables!
We’ve got a colorful new Isku keyboard from ROCCAT. Called the Isku FX, it has all the same features as the original including up to 36 programmable keys, 6 profiles and ROCCAT’s Easy-Shift[+]. We’re also taking an in-depth look at ROCCAT Talk and Talk FX, ROCCAT’s hardware unity and lighting software that enhances the gaming experience when an Isku keyboard and a Kone mouse are brought together. Read on and see what we think!
Today, we take a look at Netgear’s latest N600 Wireless Dual-Band Gigabit router. This is the fourth version of the popular WNDR3700 features a faster chip, and more RAM than any of the previous versions. Read on to see how this router stacks up against its N600 competition.
Corsair is today a known manufacturer of performance power supplies and rightfully so, if we can judge from our reviews on their high end products. What of their basic series though? The CX430M hits our testing laboratory today, trying to prove that even sub-$25 products have what it takes to satisfy a demanding user.