OCZ saw an exciting opportunity to enhance the gaming experience and take PC gameplay to new heights by using technology that has helped the disabled for years. The OCZ NIA is the first commercially available BCI (brain-computer interface) specifically for PC gamers and we give it a test drive to see how it works and what is on the inside. Read on to see how the NIA turns electroencephalograph signals into specified keystrokes!
The Saitek PH06 Cyborg 5.1 Headset is Surround-Sound designed to enhance the realism of PC games and improve performance. It offers the ultimate performance advantage. Precision Audio means you can tell exactly where enemies are while communicating more effectively with teammates. Combined with outstanding comfort, flexibility and portability, the Cyborg 5.1 Headset is the tool of choice for gamers who are hungry to win.
The Rexus Power Supply Tester is constructed of sturdy aluminum and allows you to check to see if a power supply is working properly in seconds. An easy to read LCD display on top of the tester shows you the detailed voltage information on each of the voltage rails, and the Power Good (PG) value in milliseconds. Not bad for something that costs ~$20 at numerous retailers.
Sunnytek recently released the first compact external storage backplane designed for two 2.5″ SATA hard drives. With a completely modular and hot-swap arichitecture the ESATA1822UESR is ideal for those wanting dense computing and embedded application. Legit Reviews puts this SATA 3GBs backplane through its paces, but does it come up a winner? Read on to find out!
Mouse pads are not exactly a common item reviewed here at Legit Reviews, but today we have the Razer Destructor and for $42 this mouse pad is in a class of its own. The pad has a Razer Fractal textured surface that is said to allow enhance precision movements. The pad even has a proprietary gunmetal coating to yield a highly reactive surface. Is this mouse pad worth the $42 it takes to get it?
The Lamptron Electronics website is like an Aladdin’s cave of modders’ treasures and trinkets. Today, from their hoard we are looking at the Hummer 5-Port Military Switch Baybus. Rated for 100W of power per switch, this baybus can handle much more than just fan control! You can control fans, lights and any other 12 Volt devices you can throw at it!
Cutting-edge technology is coming home with the Alienware High Definition Media Server. With wireless high definition media streaming, full digital home automation readiness, 4 terabytes of hot swappable hard disk drive content storage, and Blu-ray high definition movies, your house just got a whole lot smarter. Read on to see our thoughts on a $7,000 HD media server!
With full six-direction tilt functionality and vibration support, the Zero is fully compatible with all PS3 software and control schemes. The Zero is powered by an included NiMH rechargeable battery that provides up to 25 hours of wireless gameplay. The Zero is the first controller to feature LED back-lit action buttons, heat dissipating aluminum panels and a hybrid metal-resin design. This is a PS3 controller that stands out from the crowd!
Following up on the original Cordless MediaBoard, Logitech has unveiled the Bluetooth-enabled MediaBoard Pro to give Sony PS3 users something to use. The Logitech MediaBoard Pro sports a piano black finish, a dedicated Menu button, and of course, the circle / square / X / triangle PS3 action buttons as well. A couple of AA batteries can last up to 200 hours, and the Logitech MediaBoard Pro Keyboard has a 30 foot range. Read on to see if this keyboard is right for you!
With a streamlined metal alloy casing, coiled metal cable, in-line mic and 11mm speakers, the Skullcandy iPhone Full Metal Jacket headset is fully loaded. The great news is that this headset also works with the Blackberry Curve, so more than just Apple iPhone lovers can use them! To top things off the iPhone FMJ comes equipped with a custom EVA carrying case and three sizes of ear gel sleeves. Read on to see how the iPhone FMJ does against the V-Moda Vibe Duo!
Are you looking for an iPhone-compatible headset designed to provide premium quality and style with a great price? Maximo Products recently released the iMetal iP-HS1 & iP-HS2 stereo headsets for the Apple iPhone and they have been designed with high-fidelity in mind. Would you rather have a 15mm neodymium driver or the 9mm neodymium driver? Read on as we look at both headsets and help you figure out which headset is right for you.
Cutting-edge technology is coming home with the Alienware High Definition Media Server. With wireless high definition media streaming, full digital home automation readiness, 4 terabytes of hot swappable hard disk drive content storage, and Blu-ray high definition movies, your house just got a whole lot smarter. Read on to see what a $7,000 HD media server looks like!
Designed to fit securely in the ear in order to improve comfort and enhance sound, the Altec Lansing UHP336 ear phones feature vented armature speakers for incredibly accurate, high-fidelity sound reproduction. Legit Reviews takes a pair of the Altec Lansing UHP336 ear phones and figures out how they stack up compared to the V-Moda Vibe and Maximo iM-490S ear phones, which we recently reviewed. Read on to see which is right for you!
The iSkin revo is designed to keep your Apple iPhone safe and also reduces the growth of microbes since the silicone has an embedded anti-microbial agent. Produced with the finest grade materials, the revo covers all vulnerable surfaces, ports and controls giving you the peace of mind you expect from an iSkin protector. The revo also helps to protect against shock and surface damage caused by accidental drops.