Looking for an MMO keyboard to smoke the competition? Today we examine the SteelSeries Shift Gaming Keyboard that is fully customizable and designed for the professional gamer. The SteelSeries Shift supports interchangeable “keysets” which groups game commands together and has multiple programmable macro keys, making it easier to beat your competition and play like a GSL professional. Read on to see just how well the SteelSeries Shift performs in the real world.
This morning AT&T began selling the Motorola ATRIX and since they are marketing it as the world’s most powerful smartphone we had to buy one and take a look at the performance of the phone compared to several other popular Android devices. How will the Motorola ATRIX do against the Droid X, Epic 4G and Droid Incredible on benchmarks like Linpack, Quadrant and Nenamark? Read on to find out!
Last month NZXT announced a new device called the Bunker that caught our attention when we read about it. The NZXT Bunker is a lockable 5.25″ drive bay device that keeps not only your USB ports under lock and key, but it also keeps your plugged in USB devices locked up. How does that work? Read on to find out what we think of the NZXT Bunker!
Today we are looking at the latest edition the the Thermaltake BlacX series of hard drive docks. This module is equipped with a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface and claims to be the best hard drive docking station yet from Thermaltake. Read on to see if it can reach that goal since it can run both 2.5” & 3.5” SATA I/II/3.0 & Solid-State Drive up to 2 TB.
The Corsair Gaming Audio Series SP2500 high-power 2.1 PC speaker system is Corsair’s first attempt at a desktop audio solution. Will their first attempt hit it out of the park or fall short and leave you wanting more? Corsair says this kit is perfect for not just for games, but for movies and music as well. Read on to see what the SP2500 is all about!
SanDisk is a long time competitor in the consumer flash drive and portable media player market, with most of their life spent with producing and developing flash memory based devices. Today we’ll have a look at the new iteration of the Sansa Fuze player from SanDisk called the Sansa Fuze+ (plus) with its updated design, new User Interface and updated codec support. Can the Sansa Fuze+ from SanDisk bring to market everything you’re looking for in a portable media player? Read on and we’ll see.
The Sharkoon X-Tatic Digital Gaming Headset is made for both PC and console gamers and was deigned to give them great sound quality. The Sharkoon 5.1 Digital headset uses two 40mm drivers and comes with all the cables and accessories that you’ll likely ever need. Read on to see if this headset will give you a sound advantage for gaming of if it will leave you wanting more.
The latest Patriot firmware is supposed to take a step forward by giving the user a better looking interface as well as providing a bit more functionality when streaming media from the internet. We wanted to take a look at the upgrade process for those who had this player already and see just how well the unit performs after the upgrade.
The GlideTV connects your laptop, netbook, nettop, HTPC or Mac mini to the TV and allows for easy access your favorite movies, TV shows, music services or radio stations, it’s all there at a click of a mouse. When the GlideTV Navigator was first launched back in October 2009 it could be found online for $150, which is a bit on the expensive side. Today the same device can be found for $49 from GlideTV and the software is mature!
GUNNAR Optiks and Walt Disney are teaming up to promote TRON: Legacy, coming to theaters in 3D today! GUNNAR Optiks released a line of fashionable, optical-quality 3D eyewear earlier this year that can be used in most theaters, especially those equipped with RealD technology (passive circular polarization). Used by professionals working with 3D and in over 80% of 3D-capable movie theaters, read on to see how good Gunnar’s 3D eyewear performed during our sneak-peak of Tron: Legacy 3D in Los Angeles.
Network cards are like sound cards for most end users, in that a majority are happy as can be with the ports that their motherboard comes with, and Bigfoot Networks is the kingpin of the gaming network card market, providing gamers with “The” NICs (Network Interface Cards) to have. Well, today we are looking at the latest standalone NIC from Bigfoot Networks, the Killer 2100. More importantly we will be seeing if high performance gaming network cards live up to their hype.
The recently released O!Play HD2 is the flagship HD media player from ASUS. This player boasts new hardware features like USB 3.0, on-board 3.5-inch SATA Hard Drive storage, NAS support, iPhone interconnectivity and DLNA compatibility. The ASUS O!Play HD2 media player also can play a wide variety of media formats and the feature list goes on. Read on to see if this player has what it takes to be hooked up to your HDTV!
Going green is the thing to do these days. Not only does it save space, it saves the environment. Logitech is at the forefront of this push for a greener world with the release of their new Solar Keyboard the K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard. Yes, you heard right – solar. As in, no more batteries.
The Screwpop 4-in-1 keychain tool easily fits on any size keyring and is great for championing all types of random do-it-yourself projects. This sub $10 tool has two of the most common screwdriver sizes available, a 1/4″ nut driver and a bottle cap opener for when you are done with that last minute project that you helped someone out with. Read on to see if the Screwpop is a worthy holiday gift!