Mini Review: Aukey Ergonomic Wireless Mouse and Extra-Large Mouse Matt

I regularly review Aukey products and find them to be one of the best peripheral and accessory sellers on Amazon. They have recently sent me two new products to review, an ergonomic wireless mouse and an extra-large mouse matt. Mouse Matt As dull as it sounds this is the best item out of the two. … Read more

Sphero Mini Review

Sphero has become a popular brand of remote-controlled robots, they are particularly well known for their Star Wars series of robots including the adorable BB-9E and BB-8. If you on a smaller budget they have the Sphero Mini which is a fantastic stocking filler come Christmas and a sure way to entertain both children and … Read more

Wasabi Mango UHD430 43-inch 4K 120Hz PC Display with DP 1.4 Now Available for £1,033.01

Wasabi Mango UHD430

Many enthusiast gamers have been eagerly waiting for the new generation of 4K monitors that comes with DisplayPort 1.4 which will allow a resolution of 4K a 120Hz. The Acer Predator X27 and Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ are available for pre-order for insane amounts of money – the 27-inch size isn’t ideal for many at … Read more

Syma X5SW Reviewed – Hit or Miss?

Drones are some of the most popular gadgets nowadays. Due to this fact, more and more companies are developing quadcopters for all purposes. This is why it can be hard to pick the right device for you. Before you decide to purchase a drone, you should take into consideration a few things. For instance, your … Read more

The Battle Royale Games for 2018: Fortnite vs PUBG & others

Fortnite

The Battle Royale genre has been around for a while now, with Battle Royale style mods developed back in 2012 for Minecraft, then PlayerUnknown a mod for ARMA 2/DayZ being released in 2013 which later evolved into a standalone game we now know as Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG for short. It was the early … Read more

RunAR Upper Arm Optical HR Sensor Review

As a geek that love fitness, I love looking at data from my various sessions from running, cycling or the various cardio machines in the gym. Most fitness fanatics will have noticed irregular readings with wrist-based HRM; the problem occurs across brands and product ranges, it doesn’t matter if you have a Fitbit Charge 2 … Read more

The state of cyber-security in 2018 and how to protect yourself

Cyber-security 2018

During the last 2 decades, the internet has grown exponentially and has become so ingrained in our lifestyles many of us wouldn’t know what to do without it. The popularity of the internet and our growing reliance on it has fuelled the growth of cybercrime and unethical behaviour against regular users. In particular, it feels … Read more

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