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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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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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Review: LaCie’s 1big Dock SSD Pro – The BIG Storage Dock for Your Professional Needs

Many creative professionals, especially videographers, editors, and graphic artists, use peripherals for different kinds of projects every day. However, with such devices, comes the need for extra adapters, ports, hubs, and extra storage space. High-quality hubs and docks, especially, are usually pricey. And the pricier ones are almost most likely the ones that you would need to get your devices to work properly and efficiently. LaCie, a computer hardware company, specializes in external hard drives, RAID arrays, optical drives, Flash Drives, and computer monitors. And today we will be...

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Review: Segway-Ninebot Kickscooter F40A – A Scooter to Boot or Buy?

The electric scooter giant Ninebot released a new electric scooter earlier this year called the Segway-Ninebot F40A. It offers amazing stats that includes a distant reach of 40km and a capped speed of up to 25km/h. This electric scooter’s battery life can last for an hour and a half, assuming that you live around 20-45 minutes to and from your current destination, you can reach school, work, or the nearest mall in no time. Despite electric scooters being known as a great means for recreational and casual purposes, the...

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Review: Call of Duty: Vanguard – Is it a World War II Game Worth Playing?

Ah, yes. Another Call of Duty game that’s set in World War II. The eighteenth game (yes, there are that many) in the Call of Duty lineup was teased to be one of the “best” games set in the second world war, but is it, truly? Activision has released several Call of Duty games set in that time period, such as its original game Call of Duty, so it doesn’t come as a shock that they’d take gamers back to World War II. After all, it’s been a long...

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Review: Aqara Sensor – Smart Home Must-Haves

More and more homeowners are choosing to enhance their home’s security and comfort through smart home systems. While smart devices were insanely pricey in the past, fortunately, they’ve become accessible and affordable thanks to companies such as Aqara. Through their two new devices, the Aqara Door & Window Sensor Alarm and Wireless Smart Temperature and Humidity Sensor, Aqara has proven (yet again) that smart technology doesn’t have to be eye-wateringly expensive. In this article, let’s test out Aqara’s smart devices to see if they live up to the standards...

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Review: ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE GX551 – Dual-Screen Dream or Disaster?

Last year, Asus dropped the ROG Zeyphrus Duo 15 GX550, a dual-screen laptop that didn’t disappoint. This year, the Zeyphrus Duo got an upgrade with the ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE GX551, so we’re excited to see whether this “new and improved” version is a hit or miss. With the Zephyrus Duo 15 SE GX551, Asus added a 120Hz 4K display and took advantage of AMD’s octa-core Ryzen 9 5900HX processor. These specs alone will tell you that the Zephyrus Duo 15 SE is a monstrous device, but before...

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Review: TCL 20 Pro 5G – Is it Better Than Premium Phones?

TCL isn’t new to the smartphone world, having released multiple mid-range devices over the past year. The TCL 20 Pro 5G is its most ambitious (and most expensive) addition to date. It features a premium design that’ll make you do a double-take and ask yourself, “Does this phone really cost $500?” We’ve heard a lot of great things about the TCL 20 Pro 5G, and at first glance, its specs seem great. However, as we’ve seen before, specs can lie, so we decided to put the phone to the...

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Review: Twelve South HoverBar Duo – Adjustable iPad Stand

iPad stands are a dime a dozen. A single search on Amazon will offer you hundreds of choices, from the minimalist to the whimsical. However, most of the stands on the market are unimpressive. Nothing truly distinguishes one stand from the other. They’re essentially variations of one another — a mere “copy-and-paste”. Twelve South’s HoverBar Duo, on the other hand, is a cut above the rest. Boasting high-quality construction, Twelve South’s iPad stand offers two-in-one versatility that makes it a must-have accessory for every Apple user. Use this stand...

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Review: Yeelight Smart LED Bulb W3 – Dimmable Lighting Solutions

Let there be dimmable lights! Yeelight started the year with a bang, launching a range of smart lighting products including the Yeelight Smart LED Bulb W3 (Multicolor), which was highly successful because who doesn’t want color-changing lights? The Yeelight Smart LED Bulb W3 (Dimmable) is the W3 (Multicolor)’s serious sibling, offering the same convenience that all of Yeelight’s bulbs have to offer, but this time on a more subdued level. The W3 (Dimmable) stays true to its name — it’s a smart LED bulb that you can dim. If...

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Review: ASUS ROG Strix Helios Gaming Case

When you’re building a custom PC, one of the most important parts to consider is the case. There are several variables to keep in mind, including the airflow, noise levels, material, and the overall design. Whether you’re looking to build a high-end system or just a basic PC, the case is what houses everything that your computer will need in order to function. There are hundreds of cases available, but an excellent choice is the ASUS ROG Strix Helios — especially if you’re loyal to the ASUS Republic of...

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Review: Empire of Sin – Living the Mobster Life

It took twenty years for Romero Games to release the highly anticipated Empire of Sin, and all we can say is that it was worth the wait. Set against the gin, guns, and glamour of 1920s Chicago, Empire of Sin is the kind of video game that has plenty to offer. Much like Chicago in the 1920s, Empire of Sin is a flawless mix between a tactical shooter and a business simulator. It’s on a genre of its own and it isn’t difficult to see why it has received...

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Review: Borderlands 3 – A Lot to Loot and Shoot

Gearbox Software has returned to its most successful franchise by releasing Borderlands 3. This visually stunning, Max Max-like game offers more than just nostalgia. With a thirty-hour campaign, amusing narratives, and a diverse array of weaponry, Borderlands 3 is easy a step above its predecessors. We were first treated to the post-apocalyptic, “loot and shoot” game back in 2009, and since then, Borderlands has become one of the most popular RPG shooters to ever grace our consoles. In September of 2019, Gearbox Software released the fourth installment, Borderlands 3,...

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Review: The Twelve South StayGo – Multi-port Wonder

Today’s laptops are faster, lighter, and sleeker. The only problem? It seems like most laptop manufacturers are forgetting one small yet incredibly important feature: USB ports. The Twelve South StayGo USB-C Hub addresses this age-old problem by offering users not one, not two, but eight ports. The StayGo Hub is perfect for those who can remember the days when laptops came with USB-A, Ethernet, and HDMI ports. With this compact device, you will never run out of ports again. Is the Twelve South StayGo USB-C Hub what your laptop...

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Review: Stellar Data Recovery for iPhone – All-in-One Retrieval Tool

Your iPhone may be equipped with the latest file security systems, but file corruption and data loss can still occur without warning. The lost data can include crucial information enough to ruin a work presentation or priceless photos of your child’s birthday. Having a reliable recovery software at the ready can help you avoid losing your precious files for good. Stellar Data Recovery for iPhone is a convenient tool to retrieve lost, corrupt, or overwritten files on any iPhone or iPad. Staying true to Apple’s clean and simple interface,...

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Review: Oculus Quest 2 – The VR Headset Everyone Needs

The Oculus Quest 2 came at the perfect time. Released in October 2020, the VR headset arrived when people needed it most. With most of the globe on lockdown, it provided users with the chance to explore without leaving the safety of home. The all-in-one gaming system from Oculus is the predecessor to the original Oculus Quest headset which gained massive popularity in 2019 — less than a year from its successor’s release. With the Oculus Quest 2, players can expect the same effortless and immersive gaming experience, but...

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