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3 Tips to Selecting a Sound Card for a Gaming PC

3 Tips to Selecting a Sound Card for a Gaming PC Modern PCs come with onboard sounds that will please most gamers. However, if you wish to put together a luxury high-end or extreme gaming PC, you can maximize your audio quality by getting the best gaming speakers. Only then, should you consider adding or replacing the sound card in your motherboard. Choosing a sound card can be challenging if you ...[Read More]

GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Card Review

GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Card Review Certain games will require different graphic cards in order to maximise their detail. You need to make sure you have the required level of clarity and contrast. Home consoles require different specifications to PC games and even there, a game of online roulette or Sudoku is wildly different from Call of Duty. Enhanced graphics will maximise your enjoyment and ...[Read More]

MOFi Vintage Classical Card Case for OnePlus 3T

In our latest Cases and Covers review, we take a look at the MOFi Vintage Classical Card Case for OnePlus 3T and original OnePlus 3, obviously.   Phone protection comes in various styles and finishes to suit the market. There’s likely no winner in which is the best, be it in looks, how it protects or even added features and price. I’ve spent the last four weeks using this particul...[Read More]

Memory Card Reader Micro USB OTG – Review

Multimedia Memory Card Reader Micro USB OTG – Review I work with environmental monitoring devices ranging from sound level meters, vibration loggers and weather data. These bits of equipment can be left out for weeks. Some have on board storage, some have SD cards and others have micro SD cards. So when I saw that StarTech did a USB OTG card reader that reads USB, SD cards and Micro SD cards...[Read More]

Google Cardboard – Review

One of the most overlooked announcements of Google I/O 2014 was Google Cardboard. Google Cardboard is maybe the first affordable homemade VR (virtual reality) headset and makes use of your smartphone. The simple hardware is supported by a very smart bit of software, inventively enough also called “Cardboard” and is made by Google. If you’re feeling creative then the hardware part can be made at ho...[Read More]