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 ..
Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G3 – ReviewKingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G3 Review I have to say, it’s pretty metal! USB Flash Drives are ubiquitous, and are available in storage sizes that only a few years ago you would have struggled to get in a full size hard drive and it’s easy to see that things have come a long way ..
Chinese GoPro Clone The SJ4000 – ReviewSince the dawn of the GoPro way back in 2004, there have always been contenders to the throne, though certainly more sparse back then. More recently the GoPro range of cameras has gone from strength to strength with the release of the HD Hero 4 and the new more budget friendly GoPro Hero One thing ..
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 ..
Cooler Master NovaTouch TKL ReviewIt’s been a long time pestering Cooler Master, but I have finally got my hands on a Nova Touch to take a look at. A different take on the mechanical keyboard trend in effect at the moment. It features hybrid capacitive switches from Topre, rather than Cherry MX or other clone switches. They offer a ..
GAMDIAS – ZEUS P1 RGB Gaming Mouse ReviewGAMDIAS. Now there is a name that up until recently I hadn’t paid much thought to. I have in the past reviewed a GAMDIAS Eros gaming headset and I really enjoyed it, at the time I also had the pleasure of using the GAMDIAS Hermes gaming keyboard although this was before DavePlays was up and ..
Kingston MobileLite Wireless Reader ReviewIt’s a trend currently that everything is going wireless; from the more common devices like wireless keyboard bundles. Manufacturers have recently been adding the functionality to storage devices such as external hard drives, memory cards and the like. Today at Dave Plays we are going to be looking at one such device; the Kingston MobileLite wireless ..
CMStorm Resonar ReviewHey look! It’s another CMStorm item being reviewed. Today a look at another set of headphones, this time it’s the CMStorm Resonar Gaming Earphones. The Resonars are a pair of aluminium encased earphones which have a bass boost toggle on the housing for those moments where extra oomph is needed. I’ve been curious about these ..