Is the age of wireless gaming finally here? Today we look at SteelSeries’ first wireless headset, the SteelSeries Spectrum 7xb, based on their very successful SteelSeries 7h. Even though the Spectrum 7xb headsets are built especially for Microsoft Xbox 360 users, how well do they work for other consoles and the PC? Read on to get our take!
Delivering the first dual-core processor in a home router, the Netgear N600 DGND3700 offers 2 USB ports, CD-less installation and an Ethernet WAN option for Fiber/Cable broadband access (with a cable/fiber modem needed), or a built in ADSL2+ Modem for DSL connections. With both Wireless N 2.4GHz and Wireless N 5GHz signals available, this router can broadcast over a long range or a short range with incredibly fast speed. Today we’ll be benchmarking this router against some common routers on the market.
More and more companies are coming to market with high end gaming headsets that are squarely aimed at the enthusiast crowd. Most of these headsets come with a premium price tag and lack the sound quality to be a truly great product. Does the Cooler Master Storm Sirus 5.1 Headset fall into this category or do they break the mold? Looks like you are going to have to read on to see if they hit the mark or fell flat.
Today we are taking a look at the OtterBox Defender case for the HTC Thunderbolt. The OtterBox Defender has a tough polycarbonate shell on it with a built-in screen protector and over that a silicone skin wraps around it all for exceptional shock absorption. Read on to see how well the OtterBox Defender can protect my HTC Thunderbolt from being damaged!
Today we are looking at the Tt eSports Black gaming mouse from Thermaltake. The Black is one of there newer mice aimed at the hardcore gaming audience and has a 4,000 DPI phillips laser engine. Read on to see how the mouse does in both gaming and day to day use.
We mainly focus on enthusiast products here at Legit Reviews, but we know that not everyone can afford high-end products or even has a need for them. It is for that reason that we try to mix some mainstream products into the mix as well. Today, we have the Logitech M305 Wireless Mouse up for review. You might be impressed by what you get for an inexpensive $20 RF wireless mouse!
Cirago has introduced one of the most feature-packed media players we have seen. Sporting a whopping 2-Terabyte hard drive and the ability to download BitTorrent files, and record a source, this player even comes with a Wi-Fi dongle for free. Do all of these features justify the $300 price tag? Read on to find out what we thought of the Cirago’s new flagship media player.
Netgear recently released a robust firmware upgrade for their flagship high-definition media player, the NeoTV 550. Did Netgear include enough firmware upgrades to break their NeoTV 550 out of the crowded pile of high definition media players? Read on to find out our impressions on this Netgear branded media player!
Internet browsers have been making a ton of headlines lately with the release of IE10 Preview 1, Google Chrome 12 beta and Firefox 6.0 Alpha all being available for download. With Flash 10.2 and HTML5 taking off we figured that it would be a good time to look at the performance of 15 of the most used web browsers again. Read on to see which is fastest browser as we run seven tests to find out which is fastest and supports the most features.
The Motorola Atrix 4G is one of the latest and greatest Android powered phones available on the AT&T network and became famous as the first dual-core smartphone thanks to the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor that powers the device. Today we are taking a look at four cases for the Motorola Atrix 4G that aren’t that expensive and will help protect your new smartphone!
The Corsair Gaming Audio Series SP2200 2.1 PC speaker system is designed for gamers looking for high-quality 2.1 audio solution at a price point below $100. Made using the same attention to acoustics as the SP2500, the SP2200 is rated at 46 watts RMS of total output power and features two satellites with 2” full-range drives and a 6” ported subwoofer. Read on to see what we think of this $85 speaker system!
SteelSeries and Gunnar Optiks have teamed up to produce eyewear that will have you playing like a pro gamer. The SteelSeries Scope Gaming Glasses are designed to reduce a gamer’s eye fatigue and strain so that you can concentrate on your frags and not tired eyes. Read on to see if the Scope really makes a difference as you wouldn’t want to spend $100 on something without knowing!
Desktop PCs of 3 or more years ago were power hungry enough that most users shut them down while they were not in use. Today’s low-power nettop platform has stunned the world with how small PCs can be if you can afford to sacrifice a little of today’s performance standards. Today we take a look at the ASRock Core 100HT home theater PC that brings the best of both worlds by providing a nettop-sized PC with the performance of Intel’s Core i processor line. Read on to find out if this tiny HTPC is right for you!
Corsair has hit the PC audio market with a slew of new products in the last year. And all of them appear to be strong performers. The Corsair HS1A Headset is no different. It is made with the highest quality materials and adheres to Corsair’s tight specifications to let your games immerse you into their fantasy world. Today we are looking at the HS1A’a in the Legit Reviews Labs, and what we found might just surprise you. Did we like them or not? Read on to find out.