Today we will be reviewing the Switch Tester V2 and checking out some of the switches offered in the market. Few reason why you’ll need it. For normal people/gamer you want to know which switches fit you, whether linear or tactile and the choice of audible level. Second reason is for retailers for are selling mechanical keyboards, who are unsure how to explain how each switches differs can let their customer try our each switches before purchasing their keyboards. more “Cooler Master Switch Tester V2 Review | Cherry MX Comparison + Topre Novatouch”
This one of the easy graphics card we have reviewed so far. For 2 reasons. One it doesn’t have an official Galax page so we are unsure what technology and enhancement they have made. Second reason is the card overclock out of the factory, this is great so people can buy one of the highest performing GTX 980 and slam it into the PC and do their editing/rendering instantly without the need to fiddle around with any overclocking software. more “GALAX GTX 980 SOC Review | Benchmark”
Asus first ever attempt in making a fitness wearable and yes first try is a charm. Pack with the features you’ll need, long battery life, durable and a fashionable wearable that can blend well with any type of clothing and look. Looking the the physical look and hardware, it is using e-paper display that has a lower energy consumption under a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 which will prevent minor scratches easily. Surrounded by a stainless steel frame with one home button on the right side of the display. The screen is backlit when the button is pressed. Strap is made out of faux rubber, naturally grippy to the skin with a width of 22mm, it feel comfortable sleeping with it as well as and more importantly does not move around during exercise sessions. more “Asus VivoWatch Review | Fitness Wearable”
We’ve reviewed the Quickfire TK from Cooler Master before. This time, we’re taking a look at the Trigger Z. It’s a full size mechanical keyboard and has been around for quite awhile, but no one can resist getting their hands on a good mechanical keyboard. It’s mainly constructed out of plastic polymer materials with pretty decent build quality. It’s coated with a soft touch finish that’s pretty scratch resistant. On the bottom we get numerous rubber feets to keep the keyboard from sliding around. Even the extendable feets are rubber capped to keep it from sliding around when they are extended. Something the Corsair K70 lacked before. more “CM Storm Trigger Z Review”
We’ve seen plenty of gaming keyboards and mice for as long as we’ve been here. But I do admit we’ve been lacking some content for the lower budget range. So, today we’ll be taking a look at the Cooler Master Devastator II Mem-chanical keyboard and mouse combo. They cater really well in the low budget arena and are a good choice for those wanting an entry into the gaming scene but don’t want to spend too much as gaming equipment can or are considered quite expensive. Especially those very good ones. I would say it’s a good birthday or Christmas gift to your budding gamer kid should he want to delve into the gaming scene. more “CM Storm Devastator II Review | $30 Gaming Keyboard Mouse Combo”
It has a large footprint typical for a 15.6inch notebook, the benefit is you’ll get a full size numeric pad. The typing experience on is it nice, the keys are size same as those found on typical desktop keyboard with a width length of 1.5cm plus the spacing between the keys is decent and you won’t find yourself to miss click certain keys. The keys are not soft despite its flat profile, there is a right amount of pressure to it, feel like standard keyboard. Just that the number size are tiny for my liking. Every key is backlit, so its easier to type in the dark. Model reviewed: UX501VW-FY029T. more “Asus Zenbook 501 Pro | 2016 Skylake | Macbook Pro killer ??”
The GTX 1080 is using the new GP104 graphics core based on the 16nm FinFET Pascal Architecture. With a total of 2560 CUDA cores. Its pair with 8GB GDDR5X, the 256-bit memory interface runs at 10Gb/sec, helping to drive 1.7x higher effective memory bandwidth than delivered by regular GDDR5. This specs alone makes the GTX 1080 4k gaming ready with maximum resolution 7680×4320@60Hz and VR ready. You run up to 4 displays if you fit to do so. The Gigabyte variant the core clock speed are: more “Gigabyte GTX 1080 Xtreme Gaming Review | Premium Pack Ed | VR Ready”
The body is made from aluminum and is sand blasted to give its premium look with either grey or silver finish. The screen is 5.2inch full HD with screen-to-body ratio of 76.7% and 423PPI giving the user a sharp and detailed look. The screen color saturation is rated at 85%, giving you the well saturated vibrant viewing experience. Light-weighted flagship smartphone at 157g. Support external micro SD card or up to 2 nano SIM.
Under the hood it is powered by a Qualcomm MSM8916 QuadCore 1.2GHz CPU with a Adreno 306 GPU, paired with 2GB RAM. The internal is 16GB made by Micron with SD expansion up to 64GB. The IPS screen is 5.5inch but is just normal HD (720p), Corning Gorilla Glass 4 with 2x drop-damage resistance or 85% less chance to break.
Compared to the Adagio II in the past which we reviewed is a bass centric IEM, the Heavens II take a different turn with it being more towards mid range more especially vocals and music instrument (Upper-mid to high frequency) at the cost of lower bass. N’ I say is bloody good. more “Final Audio Design Heaven II Review | IEM”