Asus ROG Centurion 7.1 Review 2019 – Top Surround Sound For A Price

I would like to bring your attention to one of the most lucrative gaming headsets in the world. Here is the ASUS ROG Centurion True 7.1 Review. Well, that is a mouthful – like it suggests this headset is the boss of all wired headsets out there, delivering high-end sound clarity, true 7.1 surround sound, and high-end […]

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AsRock G10 Review 2019 – The Unusual Wireless Router Choice

Are you looking for a decent wireless router that is good enough for streaming, gaming and be competent enough for day-to-day internet and browsing? Well, I think we have one on our radar, although a bit unusual, so check out our ASrock G10 router review. We’ve got the right router for you then, no need […]

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HyperX Cloud Stinger Review – The Budget King

The HyperX Cloud Stinger headset is another budget device offering from HyperX, a brand of Kingston – a major supplier of computer components such as memory, SSD drives and more. The Cloud Stinger is a very reasonably priced quality headset. Let’s dig a little bit deeper: Contents1 Hyper Cloud Stinger Review1.1 Design And Features1.2 Sound […]

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Google Pixel Buds Review 2019 – Live Translation In Action by Google

Here is the Google’s answer to Apple’s AirPods and it is brilliant! Today we have a Google PixelBuds and unlike Apple’s futuristic design and autonomy between the two earphones, the Pixel Buds are connected with a wire to each other. They are wireless, just like the AirPods, and besides the connecting wire, there are a lot […]

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Logitech G430 Review 2019 – Good Choice For Gamers On A Budget

I personally find the G430’s combination of black and vibrant blue very much to my taste. It’s no wonder it is on our best gaming headsets review. The frame, however, is made from thin plastic and metal making the G430 feels a little fragile. The G430’s ear cups, unlike those of other headsets, can swivel […]

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How Important Is Game Testing In The Real World

Game designers usually get it all wrong. Normally, we usually make the mistake of putting all the effort at the beginning of the project: the game design, the levels, the art. But then, as it seems, the problems and the bugs start to appear and we have to cut what we should never really cut […]

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ASUS and Samsung both working on high-end Chromebooks

Samsung And Asus are working hard on offering upgraded versions of their high-end Chromebooks in order to compete with the Google’s own – the new Pixelbook. Two new versions are on the horizon – a new and upgraded Samsung Chromebook Pro and a better version of the already popular Asus C302CA Chromebook. The current offerings […]

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