It’s finally here, 14 months after my order. The almost vaporware Retron 5 has arrived meaning I can finally hark back to my youth, kick back and play some retro games. Of which I have built up a small collection in the many months since ordering. The Retron 5 is a console that despite its name ..
Optoma NuForce NE800M Earphones – ReviewOptoma are a maker of many products, primarily projection products, but they also have a solid line up of audio related items. A while ago I reviewed the Optoma uDAC-3 which received a silver award. Today I am taking a look at a set of their NuForce in-ear headphones, the NE800M. Made from Carbon Fibre ..
AKRacing Octane Gaming Chair ReviewAKRacing are one of the world’s premier gaming chair manufacturers – their site even says so! They have been around for several years, and I believe were one of the first racing style, gaming chair manufacturers with very close ties to a number of eSports teams. After much persistence on my part, the team over at ..
Razer Hammerhead Pro Review – From China With LoveI recently took a punt on buying from Geek, an application available for Android and Apple devices. If you are not aware, it is a site like Alibaba and and facilitates purchases between companies in China mainly and the rest of the world. Often there are inherent problems when purchasing things from China the main problem ..
Ducky Secret Gaming Mouse ReviewI’ve written a lot about Ducky keyboards over the life of this site. Today is slightly different, I am reviewing the Ducky Secret Gaming Mouse. The first gaming mouse Ducky have released since their inception. Much like other products from Ducky, it has their unique stamp in both design and materials used. Unlike other gaming ..
Ducky Shine 3 – Mechanical Keyboard ReviewDucky are now a well-known brand in the now saturated mechanical keyboard market, but despite only arriving to UK shores early last year, Ducky have gone on to become one of CCL’s most popular keyboard brands and with new models released this year, and even newer models expected in the next month they are ..
Patriot Blast 240GB – ReviewPatriot were kind enough to send me an SSD to review a few short weeks ago, however events and a hardware failure (yes that 2TB Samsung has finally died as well as my primary SSD 🙁 ) prevented me from being able to complete it. However, I am back in business with this and another review ..
Lexar JumpDrive Secure 64GB – ReviewLike some kind of idiot…there was meant to be an unboxing of the Lexar Jump Drive M10 but my recording setup unfortunately had some issues and did not want to record audio. The review is in full swing however. So lets get started! Lexar are a subsidiary of Micron Technology and they have Crucial as ..