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 ..
ZOTAC ZBOX pico PI320 ReviewA few months ago ZOTAC sent me a ZBOX EN760 Plus to review and recently they offered me a chance to review one at the opposite end of the spectrum. Part of the pico series, the ZOTAC ZBOX PI320 is a far cry from the EN760 which by specification looks like a complete monster. However ..
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 ..
Sapphire R9-285 ITX Compact OC Edition – ReviewCompact systems have become increasingly popular over recent years and case manufacturers have only been to happy to oblige users with strikingly designed enclosures to house the hardware. High performance graphics cards have often been a sticking point if you had wanted a truly small system.Nevertheless thanks to improvements in thermal efficiency and design, graphics card manufacturers have ..
Dave and Dan @ Play BlackpoolSunday just gone, myself and Dan LV from @CCLComputers made the trek westwards towards Blackpool for the now annual Play Blackpool retro gaming event hosted by http://www.replayevents.com. The event itself is like a mini version of the more expansive and also annual Play Expo held in Manchester. Which you can read about my experience of last years ..
Bullet Witch – PC ReviewMarvelous partnered with XSEED have brought Bullet Witch kicking and screaming into 2018. The game, originally released as an exclusive on the Xbox 360 back in 2006, sat on a console that at the time was trying to cater to the Japanese gamer, with a number of exclusives that you would feel were more at ..