Review: ZAGGsparq 6000

Nearly three years ago, I provided a review for the wonderful ZAGGsparq 2.0. It still works beautifully, and it has proven its worth time and time again over the years. Last summer, ZAGG released the new ZAGGsparq lineup, featuring a redesign and a variety of power options and price points. The new ZAGGsparq comes in three flavors, each named after the capacity mAh (milliamp hours, or the total am...[Read More]

Review: AVerMedia Game Capture HD II

For some time now I’ve been using AVerMedia’s latest product: Game Capture HD II, which adds a lot of cool features. Since this is the second in the series, I was excited to see what has changed since the first unit. The Game Capture HD had a lot of cool ideas and provided an interesting way to capture footage via component cables. To see one of my videos uploaded for the first unit you can click ...[Read More]

Review: Windows Phone 8X

For quite a while I’ve been using the latest Windows Phone released from HTC/Verizon, known as the Windows Phone 8X. When it comes to cell phones I look for a lot in the devices, which can range from the look, how the O/S handles, the battery life, and other things as well. What makes the new Windows Phone 8X good or bad? That’s a good question! Would you like to know what I liked and ...[Read More]

Review: Samsung Galaxy SIII

Lately, I’ve been using the Samsung Galaxy SIII thanks to Verizon Wireless. When it comes to smartphones some people look for devices that are low in cost, great battery life, what applications work with it, and many other features. The Samsung Galaxy SIII had many features I liked as I used it for a short time. Now I know you must be thinking what is good and or bad about this smart phone? ...[Read More]

Review: Droid Incredible 4G LTE

As I’ve said before, there are a lot of smartphones on the market and there are a lot of similarities and differences across these devices. The latest phone I’ve been using has been the Droid Incredibly 4G LTE from Verizon Wireless. It was an interesting device, but didn’t really do anything to stand out and pull me in like some others have done in the past. Most smartphones toda...[Read More]

Review: Roxio Game Capture HD Pro

We’ve all heard them: “big fish” tales about exploits that are possible, but perhaps too good to be true. “I no-scoped four guys from across the map while jumping!” Yeah, and I’m Master Chief. “I completed Ecco the Dolphin in one sitting (or at all)!” Okay, tell me more, Flipper. “I found the cake in Portal!” Must be where you found that ...[Read More]

Review: Droid 4

There are a heck of a lot of cell phones out in the market, and a lot of them provide different features. I’ve used the Razr MAXX, and many others, and noticed many differences. Some are better for business, while some are better for games, and others are best for simple casual uses such as texting and talking. Most recently, I’ve had my hands on the 4G LTE Droid 4 from Verizon Wireles...[Read More]

Review: TRITTON Warhead 7.1 Wireless Headset

Mad Catz, with their TRITTON line of Xbox 360 exclusive headsets, seem to be well on their way towards the construction of an auditory weapon of mass destruction. Don’t follow? Let’s take a look at their 360-exclusive range and see if things become more clear. Are you in the market for an entry-level wired stereo headset? Try out the Trigger, or the Detonator. Perhaps wired just doesn&...[Read More]

Review: Mad Catz Wireless PRO-Drum and PRO-Cymbals (360)

Drummers absolutely need one skill to be successful: rhythm. It’s a funny thing, rhythm; you either have it, or you don’t. If you have it, you know you have it. If you don’t have it, you either know you don’t have it, or you know you have it and the people who tell you otherwise are just JEALOUS. I know I have it. It’s what makes me a great drummer, an absolutely phen...[Read More]

Review: Mad Catz Wireless Fender Precision Replica Bass (360)

I’ve always had an affinity for the musical arts. I picked up violin in the fourth grade after spending Kindergarten through third grade becoming a guitar virtuoso. To be fair, the guitar was made of plastic and had little buttons along the fret that played totally radical riffs, but I was a bloody rock god and I don’t care what anyone else says about it. Back then, in the late 80s and...[Read More]

Review: EinsteinModz Xbox 360 Controller

Most standard Xbox 360 controllers, whether they’re manufactured by Microsoft or by a third party, are pretty much the same in every way but price. That’s not the case with the Xbox 360 controller I’ve been using recently. When it comes to modding, I support it to a certain point, ranging from cosmetic changes to additional functionality. The team at EinsteinModz creates some ver...[Read More]

Review: SteelSeries Siberia V2 Pro Gaming Headset

Over the years I’ve always toyed with the idea of getting a really high end headset for my PC gaming. In the end, I’ve always talked myself out of it because I already had speakers, or I just never quite saw the full benefit of them when I could get a cheap headset for voice communication instead. Over the last few days I’ve been spending some time with the Siberia V2 Pro Gaming Headset from Steel...[Read More]

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