Razer, the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware, announced its new Razer Orochi gaming mouse, an evolution of the company’s previous version of the highly successful mobile mouse. The new Razer Orochi is outfitted with the most precise laser sensor ever outfitted in a mobile gaming mouse: Its 6400 dpi 4G sensor promises to take out the competition with deadly accuracy.
Transcend has announced a new version of their StoreJet Wireless solid state drive, this time coming in the 128GB capacity. Transcend is already selling a 32GB and 64GB version of the device. The 128GB version measures 99 x 54 x 16.5mm and weighs in at 90g. That makes it about the size of a smartphone so you can easily carry it with you. The drive is self-powered by a Li-polymer battery, which provides about 6 hours of connectivity. You can connect up to 5 clients using the 802.11 b/g/n WLAN interface.
Sharkoon is expanding their range of gaming headsets with a wireless version. The X-Tatic Air wireless multiplatform headset was developed specifically for the needs of console gamers. The stereo headset is compatible with Sony Playstation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, PC and notebooks as well as TV sets and other sound sources with RCA audio outputs.
ADATA Technology today launches the DashDrive Air AV200, a tiny, portable wireless access point that allows you to wirelessly share music, videos and data from SD cards and USB flash drives across all your devices on the same network. Just insert a SD card or USB drive into the 60 x 50 x 25 mm ADATA DashDrive Air AV200 and you are ready to share. The AV200 adopts FTP file server/ HTTP Streaming protocol to provide simple 2-way data transfers and sharing between Windows, OS X, iOS and Android devices.
TP-LINK has once again released an advanced wireless networking tool, the 300Mbps Mini-Wireless N USB Adapter, to provide home and small office users with a competitive option to NETGEAR products at the most affordable price. As of September 24th, 2012 on Newegg.com, the NETGEAR N300 WNA3100M retails for $36.99 while the comparable TP-LINK N300 TL-WN823N retails for only $21.99, a whole 40% lower in price.
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!
It always seems that no matter what improvements are made to wireless access point technology, there is always that one spot in your living or office space that has lackluster Wi-Fi reception. No matter what you do, you’re just outside the bubble, and the signal drops constantly or the throughput is so slow that you might as well be back on a 56 kbps modem. Wi-Fi extenders such as this Edimax EW-7438RPn N300 Universal Wi-Fi Extender aim to fix that by cheaply augmenting the wireless network, expanding coverage and providing better reception in areas that sorely need it. Read on for the review.
A little while ago we took a look at the Corsair Vengeance 1500 gaming headset. Today we are checking out the Vengeance 2000 gaming headset. The biggest difference between the 2 headsets is that the 2000 is wireless! Having a wireless headset is very convenient as you can get up and get a drink or do other activities and still be able to listen to music etc. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Last year we reviewed a couple TP-LINK products and were extremely impressed with them. TP-LINK’s latest portable router is the TL-WR700N 150Mbps Wireless N Mini Pocket Router. Its max wireless speed is rated a bit lower than standard routers, but its feature-set doesn’t suffer. The TL-WR700N supports multiple modes including AP, Repeater, Client, Bridge, and can function as a basic router. Has TP-LINK tried to pack too much into a small device? Or will they blow us away again? Check out the full review to find out.
One thing that always amazes me about technology is how small things are getting. This is very evident in the new TP-LINK TL-WR700N 150Mbps Wireless N Mini Pocket Router. And it does live up to its name as you can fit in inside of your pocket! With official dimensions of 3.2 x 2.8 x 1.1 in. (81 x 71 x 28mm) it is going to be one of the smallest routers you have ever seen! Not only is it small it features wireless speed up to 150Mbps, a fold-able plug and many different operation modes (AP, Router, AP Client, Bridge, Repeater). Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
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