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.
We’re taking a look at a CES award winning gaming mouse from Genius with sporty looks, lights, 12 buttons, onboard memory, weights, and an 8200 DPI laser sensor. They claim Gila is the next generation MMO/RTS professional gaming laser mouse. Does the Gila impress or fall flat on its face? Read on and see what we think about this gaming mouse!
Logitech has tons of peripherals on the PC side of things and a sprinkling of items on the Mac side. They are now offering up some competition for Apple’s Magic Trackpad with their T651 Rechargeable Bluetooth trackpad. It supports numerous gestures and has the same look and feel of Apple’s products. Does the performance stack up against Apple’s product? We give it close look to see.
Featuring simultaneous 2.4GHz 300Mbps and 5GHz 300Mbps connections for 600Mbps of total available bandwidth, the budget friendly TP-Link TL-WDR3500 wireless router is up for review today. Take a look at how this sub $50 router stacks up against a couple of mid-priced N600 and N750 dual band WiFi routers.
Today we take a look at ROCCAT’s successor to the Kone[+], the Kone XTD. This mouse features 8 physical buttons, allowing for up to 23 different functions via Easy-Shift[+], a crazy 8200DPI sensor, and enough on-board memory to store five button profiles to customize just about every button on the mouse. Read on to see how this mouse fairs in the gaming world!
If you find yourself regularly facing long typing sessions with your iOS device(s), you may want to have a look at Logitech’s new Easy-Switch Bluetooth wireless keyboard. It’s specifically designed to work with Apple products and can pair with up to three devices at a time so you can switch between them effortlessly. On top of that, the battery life can last up to a year without recharging! What’s the catch? Well, have a look at our review and video overview to see what we thought.
Western Digital has introduced their newest WD TV media player, the WD TV Play. Designed and built for users who want instant entertainment like movies, television and music, the player has a number of different apps in a customizable GUI. Read on to find out just how well this player does!
Logitech recently introduced a new G-Series gaming lineup: the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse, a highly customizable and easy-to-use mouse specifically designed for massively multiplayer online (MMO) gamers. The G600 has 20 programmable buttons, an 8200 DPI laser sensor, and onboard memory. Can it outdo some of the most outdone of mice? Read on and find out!
Logitech has jumped onto the mechanical keyboard wave with its G710+. The Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard features Cherry MX Brown switches, individually backlit keys, media keys, six macro keys, and a USB port. Read on and see if Logitech’s first mechanical keyboard deserves notice!
The Netgear NeoTV MAX HD streaming player was designed to take basic TV viewing to the next level by unlocking streaming services such as Netflix, Pandora, Hulu Plus, VUDO, YouTube and many more. For under $70 you can turn your TV into a smart TV! Read on to see what comes with the Netgear NeoTV MAX and to see what our thoughts are on this tiny streaming box!
Sony has recently released their latest upgrade to their Vegas video editing application in Vegas Pro 12. This version of Vegas adds tons of feature enhancements and performance improvements. Since this is one of the main tools we use in our arsenal, we wanted to see just how well this new software worked and took it on a test drive to compare it directly with its predecessor.
Thermaltake and BMW’s DesignworksUSA have teamed up again to develop the first Level 10 product that isn’t a case. The Level 10 M is an ambitious mouse that combines passive cooling, unusual looks, and high-end mouse features. Read on and see if this artistic laser gaming mouse is right for you!
Are you looking to build a new PC and thinking about using the Mini-ITX platform? Today, Legit Reviews shows you how to create a SFF system and stay under the $650 price point. The system uses an Intel Ivy Bridge processor, a Kingston 120GB SSD, and an ASUS GeForce GTX 650 video card just to highlight a few of the main components. This system should be able to easily tackle normal usage scenarios during the work week and then switch roles to a nice gaming machine on the weekends. Read on to check out the build!