Logitech MX Sound Review
Together with Logitech's MX Master mouse, Craft keyboard and Brio webcam, Logitech's MX Sound 2.0 Bluetooth speakers form the company's premium computer accessory line. While they're described as bluetooth speakers, they're primarily designed to serve as your regular desktop speakers, but offer the extra capability to use as a bluetooth speaker for your phone or laptop.
Gamewarez Gaming Beanbags Review
While a good gaming experience depends mostly on the game itself, it's also important to have a nice seat and posture to keep you going for some hours. PC gamers have had nice gaming chairs for years now, allowing them to enjoy a great gaming experience. However, these chairs are meant for PC gamers as without a desk, they're practically useless for for example console gamers.
Review: Kaspersky Total Security 2018
In a time of ransomware, spyware and other types of nasty malicious code, a good anti-malware suite, together with a critical mind, is vital to keep your system clean. We take a look at Kaspersky's Total Security Suite.
Review: Cherry B.Unlimited 3 Desktop
Cherry is probably the most known for its mechanical keyboard switches, often used in the gaming peripheral industry for state-of-the-art keyboards. Aside from their many different types of switches, they also release a few finished products of their own, such as this recent keyboard and mouse set: the B.Unlimited Desktop.
Review: Philips ShoqBox SB500
Philips' newest addition to the speaker market, the ShoqBox SB500, looks very promising, but is it as good as it looks? Find out in this review.
Review: Creative Outlier Sports In-Ears
With the Outlier Sports In-Ears, Creative released a great all-round product for any music and sports enthousiast, whether you need them to go to the gym, to run, for biking or just to use passively.
Review: HyperX Pulsefire FPS Gaming Mouse
HyperX, a division of the more well-known brand Kingston, is a new competitor on the gaming peripheral market. In this review, we'll see if their first gaming mouse, the Pulsefire FPS, holds up against other brands.
Sense Peanuts Review
The french company Sense is still pretty new in the IoT space. On IFA Berlin in september I had my first encounter with the sense peanuts, by then there was only one peanut available, the thermopeanut, and a lot of plans for more. I wasn't too excited about it at first, the thermopeanut on its own felt like a feature too small to write and tell about it.
Creative BlasterX Siege M04 Review
Most of Creative's products exist of audio solutions like headphones, speakers, soundcards, etc. With the company's new BlasterX Siege gaming mouse and BlasterX Vanguard Gaming keyboard they allow a venture to another market, namely the very crowded world of gaming peripherals.
Review: Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum Gaming Mouse
With the G900 Chaos Spectrum, Logitech profiles itself on the Gaming Mouse market as a new high-end player. In this review we'll see if the mouse gives the bang for your buck.