Month: April 2022

  • The Bengoo G9000 is a low-cost gaming headset Review

    Even though a high-quality gaming headset might cost upwards of $100, not everyone can afford to get one. We understand your frustration. We admire companies such as Bengoo for giving more affordable solutions for consumers who seek to upgrade from their television’s built-in speaker to a better speaker. Does the Bengoo G9000 headset, on the […]

  • Xbox Series S Review

    The original version of this Xbox Series S review was published on November 5, 2020. The Xbox Series S is one of the most bizarre gaming consoles I’ve seen in recent memory, and it’s worth noting. As a consequence, it’s a less expensive and less powerful version of Microsoft’s flagship Xbox Series X system – […]

  • Logitech C920x Review

    Because of its superb quality, low cost, and ease of use, the Logitech C920x has quickly established itself as the de facto standard camera for many people. While it is mostly plug-and-play, if you are using it on a console device such as a PlayStation 5, you will have no control over the internal settings […]

  • OFM ESS-3086 Collection Review

    THE ESS-3086 line of desk chairs from OFM’s Essentials Collection is where quality meets value, and it elevates the traditional desk chair to a whole new level. In order to provide the best possible ergonomics, this High-Back Racing Style Bonded Leather Gaming Chair in Red was designed. With contoured segmented cushioning, a high back, and […]

  • Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen) review

    The Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen) are a fantastic set of true wireless earbuds that are priced to compete with Apple’s AirPods. They are available for purchase now on Amazon. However, it boasts a number of user-friendly features such as adaptive cruise control (ANC), a wide range of fit options, and increased performance in some […]

  • ASUS VivoBook 15.6″ Thin & Light Laptop Review

    It’s not going to blow you away, and it won’t blow you away either. Battery life is acceptable, and the port configuration appears to be well thought out. Take the time to make it attractive, adding a user-friendly keyboard and a fingerprint scanner to the touchpad, and you’ll have a laptop that appears to have […]

  • Back Bay Tempo 30

    VISIT ANY GEARHEAD’S NATURAL HUB—a Best Buy, maybe, or a coffee shop in San Francisco’s SoMa district. If you’re lucky, you’ll hear the gearhead’s howling soon enough. Someone will shout, “But it’s worth it!” It’s often true that you get what you pay for, whether they’re gazing at a $900 tablet or holding a $2,800 […]

  • Budget 1080p Monitor Review: Sceptre E248W-19203R

    Because of its VA (Vertical Alignment) screen, the Sceptre E248W-19203R boasts a high static contrast ratio of 3,000:1, which is excellent for gaming. It as a result produces intensely dark, inky blacks that are more immersive to watch, especially in low-light environments. Moreover, although it has a maximum brightness of 250 nits, which is low […]

  • Corsair K100 RGB Keyboard Review

    The Corsair K100 is a powerful gaming PC with a lot of features. This well-built keyboard is simple to use and comes with RGB lighting that can be customised to your liking. A low operating force and a short pre-travel distance are provided by the Cherry MX Speed switches, which operate at an 8000Hz polling […]

  • DualShock 4 Back Button Attachment Review

    Sony has never been afraid to experiment with new technologies, whether it’s robotic dogs or pocketable computers. The PlayStation, on the other hand, has mostly remained loyal to its origins in terms of design and functionality. It’s for this reason that seeing something as uncommon as the DualShock 4 Back Button Attachment is so intriguing […]