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Review: Acer Aspire VERO – A Mostly-Recycled Laptop With a Green Disposition

As far as personal computing goes, we live in a very fortunate time where there are multiple equally-functional (relatively speaking) platforms to choose from, without a huge amount of variability in their essential functions – they all perform the same basic types of tasks, each platform doing so with its own unique “flavor”. Beyond that, as long as you are comparing equivalent specs between machines, each of these platforms is great for certain use cases. What that means, however, is that with hardware and software being a relatively even...

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Review: Eleegoo Mars 3 Ultra 4K 3D Printer

Have you ever dreamt of creating something 3-dimensional into existence? Well, it’s entirely possible with 3D printing today. 3D printing is one of the more revolutionary technologies of the 21st century because you can now convert any digital object into the real thing in almost no time. You can even cure many layers of resin within seconds. One of the top quality, customer preferred, 3D printing companies is Eleegoo. They have dominated the world with their ingenious design and incredibly fast resin 3D printers. Today we’re checking out the Elegoo Mars 3...

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Review: ETHOS Earthworks Audio XLR Microphone

Earthworks has a reputation for its influence in genuine sound presence and clarity, and once again Earthworks delivers another premium product that is sure to make a big noise. Their newest ETHOS XLR mic for broadcasting is something many Podcasters and YouTubers will want to seriously check out! Let’s listen in and hear what we can expect from this product.

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Review: Nacon Revolution X Pro Controller

Here’s the thing, when reviewing an Xbox/PC controller like the Nacon Revolution X, it’s kinda complicated. You have to ask a lot of questions before you get to any sensible answers. The Xbox comes with their own controllers, and let’s be real here, most of them are very similar. They have to be, that’s the point. Microsoft effectively defines the minimum number of buttons, the joysticks, D-pad, triggers and the the XYAB buttons. Every other controller has to be at least as good as the included ones that came...

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Review: Soundcore Motion Boom Outdoor Speaker

Being a part of Generation X means that you grew up during the 80s, and music is an important influence in a part of your life. So many of us went from eight tracks to iPhones. My first official music purchase was the Eagles hotel California on Cassette, and I paid $14. I know generations before us had to go to a place that had music for them, or they had to find a place to listen to music; however, in my lifetime, you carried your music with you....

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Review: Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L

There’s one thing that I do not like to do when traveling or going anywhere. Is when I have to carry anything with me. In most cases, if I didn’t have to take money, credit cards, or a phone, I would travel empty-handed. Maybe it was due to bad memories of high school lugging all my books around, but it seems like such a literal drag on me physically to have to bring anything with me. I just got to the point where I avoid bringing anything at all.

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Review: Seagate and Lacie SSD’s – Fast, Tiny, and Ultra Portable

Solid-state drives were made commercially available back in 1991. Since then, technology has overhauled the size, the price, and the speed of these drives, while at the same time lowering the cost and raising the storage limit. We all want safe and reliable solutions for saving our personal files locally. Keeping these items stored carefully and securely while not leaving a huge footprint is the hope. Well, today we’re checking out two of the tiniest external SSD’s on the market. Seagate’s One Touch and Lacie’s Smallest Portable Solid-State Drives.

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Review: OWC’s Rover Pro Wheels Kit – Safety Wheels for Your Mac Pro

Imagine this: you have a Mac Pro (2019), an amazingly powerful workstation that can run your processor-demanding software like 3Ds Max or Adobe Substance 3D Stager. But one day you want to move it from one place to another. You might even find yourself turning it around to put your respective ports in. You also start to notice that this is becoming a bit more frequent over time to a point that it even damages your unit the more you shift and carry it around. So, you finally decide...

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Review: Logitech’s G502 HERO – The New Heroic Budget Gaming Mouse

Logitech, one of the best electronics manufacturing brands, has produced another great mouse fit for the everyday gamer. If you haven’t bought a gaming mouse yet, the Logitech G502 HERO is a great buy or upgrade if you’re planning on upgrading your gaming gear. With its ergonomic design, style, and specs, it deserves to be your new go-to! This versatile unit has everything you need to level up your productivity and gaming. Think it’s time to upgrade to a new high-end wired gaming mouse? Then let’s take a deep...

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Review: Riders Republic – Fun and Chaos Rolled Into One

What do open-world racing games do wrong that Riders Republic does right? They focus on car racing, while Riders Republic allows you to race with a wide variety of unconventional vehicles – even parachutes. Ubisoft’s newest game is an open-world racing game that drops you into a vibrant world where you can immerse yourself in the fun and chaos. Whether you want to snowboard wearing a bunny hat, or you want to get to the top of the leaderboard in a onesie, you can race the courses you want,...

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Review: Elden Ring – From’s Ring to Rule Them All

Elden Ring is FromSoftware’s latest addition to it’s prestigious gaming catalogue.  From Software’s ambitious new take on the “Soulsborne” genre has helped make Elden Ring 2022’s most anticipated game. With such a dramatic change from a mostly linear narrative to an open world structure does Elden Ring hold up to any of the previous Souls games?

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OlliOlli World Review: A Laid-Back Take on Skateboarding Games

Escape to an Adventure Time-ish place with OlliOlli World, the third game in the OlliOlli series. Unlike regular skateboarding games, OlliOlli Word takes on a laid-back approach and gives you a vibrant stage where you can kickflip, backslide, grind, and grab all you want. It may not be as challenging as Skater XL, but it’s the best bet if you want to break into the world of skateboarding games – and if you want to play something pleasing to the eyes.

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