Using a touchscreen is something we are used to with our mobile phones and tablets but it really has not translated to the desktop all that well. Yes there have been all-in-one touchscreen systems, but for the most part they have been clunky and Windows 7 really is not made for a touchscreen. This all changes with Windows 8. The Metro interface in Windows 8 is more or less designed to be used with a touchscreen device. Today we are checking out Lenovo’s flagship all-in-one and their largest as well with a 27-inch touchscreen display. The IdeaCentre A720 features a very sleek and thin design, NVIDIA GeForce Graphics, a TV tuner, HDMI in and out, WiFi, Bluetooth and much more. Read on as we have some fun and check out this system.
Over the past 2 years Corsair has really molded themselves into an all around company. If you don’t remember not that long ago Corsair was mainly known for enthusiast memory. Now we consider them to be a top choice when it comes to cases, solid state drives, power supplies and gaming accessories. Their Vengeance line of gaming peripherals includes keyboards, mice and headsets. We have already taken a look at their Vengeance 1500 Gaming Headset and now we are back with the wireless version the Vengeance 2000. The Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless Gaming Headset features 7.1 surround sound audio, large 50mm drivers, and a wireless range of up to 40 feet. Read on and see if this is the next gaming headset for you!
Yes, Cooler Master’s CM Storm Sonuz headset is a beast. 53mm drivers, 97mm earpads, detachable microphone, and a 3.5mm headphone jack, set the stage for a headset that is ready to climb in the ring with the big boys. But instead of dazzling you with virtual surround, the Sonuz is just going to hit you with raw power. Is its raw power strong enough to deliver a knockout punch? Continue reading to find out…
Thermaltake’s sub-brand, Tt eSPORTS, focuses on gaming equipment from keyboards and mice to headsets. The SHOCK One is their premiere headset. Featuring 40mm drivers, an accented red finish, velvet ear pads, DTS Surround Sensation, and illuminating Tt logos, the SHOCK One is a stunning looker. SHOCK One’s competition is a headset we recently reviewed, Corsair’s Vengeance 1500. Can the SHOCK One electrify its competition to utter dust? Keep reading to find out.
If you are anything like me you have a home theater setup with multiple devices. With all of those devices comes remotes, remotes that are hard to keep track of and easy to lose. I hate wanting to watch a new movie or turn on the game and I can’t find the remote! If there is one device that we always know where it is it is our iPhone or iPad, these things you just don’t lose. Today we have a cool little device that plugs into your iOS devices and turns them into a universal remote. The device is called the VooMote Zapper and we are taking a look at it today.
Corsair is well-known for making exceptional computer memory. Although, as we frequently see in today’s market, companies are expanding their product lines. Corsair has created the Vengeance gaming line which encompasses headsets, keyboards, mice, memory, and cases. We’ve taken a look at the Vengeance K60 Gaming Keyboard, and the Vengeance M60 Gaming Mouse. Finally we’re checking out the Vegeance 1500 headset. It is a USB stereo headset that uses Dolby Headphone to create a virtual surround environment up to 7.1 channels. With 50mm drivers it’s sure to deliver big sound, and be comfortable at the same time with memory foam behind each earcup. But the key is how well it performs. Check out the review to find out.
If you take a look at the Karotz Smart Rabbit it is cute, quirky and would look good on just about any desk. But what is the Karotz? And is it really useful? Karotz is a Wi-Fi connected robot that can read your RSS feeds, Twitter, Facebook, tell you the weather, wake you up in the morning and much more. Through the Karotz website you are able to load applications on to your Karotz. While currently the “Appz” list is small is it always growing. We’ve had our Karotz Smart Rabbit in the office for about 3 weeks now, read on the see if it has been useful to us.
Chances are if you’re a gamer, you own a Razer product or have at least thought about buying one. Mainly known for their mice, Razer products have an attractive look, and often outperform the competition. In this review we’ll be checking out a headset. More specifically, the stereo version of the Razer Chimaera. It has the good looks that every Razer product shares, and a fancy spec sheet. But how does it perform, and can it stand toe to toe with the similar Logitech Wireless Headset F540? Dive into the complete review to find out.
Logitech is a brand that virtually every computer user and PC gamer knows and associates with quality products. While Logitech has a stronghold in the PC gaming market, their share in the console world is a bit smaller. The Wireless Headset F540 is ready to change that. The F540 is equipped to deliver game and voice audio wirelessly for both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Featuring independent volume controls, 40mm laser-tuned drivers, audio inputs for up to three sources, a rechargeable battery, and great sound, the F540 aims to give console gamers a taste of what Logitech has provided PC gamers with for years.
Le Pan is a name you may not know but you really should. We have received so much feedback on our review of the original Le Pan TC970 tablet and our unboxing video is one of our most viewed videos on our YouTube page. The Le Pan tablets are really powerful and great tablets. There are so many Android tablets out there it is really hard to decide which one to get, especially with all of these larger brands shoving their overpriced and underpowered tablets down your throat. The Le Pan II is much improved over the original Le Pan tablet with a faster processor, more memory and it runs Android 3.2 with a free upgrade to 4.0 when it becomes available. Let’s take a look at see what the TC979 is all about.
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