Sound Blaster Katana V2 vs BlasterX Katana – Creative’s new £299 soundbar comes with a bigger subwoofer & better connectivity

A couple of days ago, Creative announced the new Sound Blaster Katana V2 soundbar which is their new flagship gaming soundbar with Super X-Fi Headphone Holography and more. This will sit above the existing BlasterX Katana, but below the home theatre orientated £900 Dolby Atmos Creative SXFI Carrier, which I somehow didn’t realise existing until … Read more

Aqara Roller Shade Driver E1 Review – Smart Home Automated Blinds on the Cheap

Shortly after reviewing the £1k+ Luxaflex PowerView automatic blinds, Aqara offered me a more affordable alternative, the new Aqara Roller Shade Driver E1. This is an adaptor that will convert existing roller blinds that have a beaded chain into automatic blinds. As the Luxaflex blinds let in too much light during the daytime, I decided … Read more

Google Search Console Down With 500 Error [Google Webmaster Tools]

[Update @ 07:50 BST / 06:50 UTC] It is now working for me but the search console data is still stuck on Friday While this is not quite my usual consumer tech news, it will likely be affecting many website owners this morning. Currently, when you log into Google Search Console, formerly Webmaster Tools, and … Read more

Nothing ear (1) Review – Ignore the hype, they are not some flagship killer, but these ANC earbuds are still good

The Nothing ear (1) earbuds have probably been the most marketed and hyped earbuds in existence. As much as I like Carl Pei and what he did with OnePlus I have found the whole Nothing campaign cringeworthy and annoying. Weekly press releases for minor details quickly became tiring. It wouldn’t have been bad if it … Read more

DDR4 RAM Guide – What memory capacity is right for your PC?

This content was provided by Iwona Zalewska who is the DRAM Business Manager at Kingston Technology – Any internal, external or affiliate links were added by James the editor Deciding how much system memory (RAM, or random-access memory) to purchase is an age-old problem faced by anyone buying a computer. Whether it was the 16-bit … Read more

EPOS H3 Hybrid Gaming Headset Review

EPOS has taken the existing, excellent H3 headset and bumped up its connectivity options for their latest H3 Hybrid gaming headset. Rather than being limited to 3.5mm, the EPOS H3 Hybrid now has USB-C and Bluetooth while retaining the 3.5mm option. This massively expands the convenience and compatibility with devices allowing you to use any … Read more

THX Onyx Review: MQA Dongle DAC and Headphone Adapter

The THX Onyx is the first time THX has produced consumer hardware with them traditionally just certifying products. However, the brand was acquired by Razer back in 2016, and they have started to expand their horizons. It will be interesting to see if THX expand their product range, Razer already has an extensive audio peripheral … Read more

How to Use Mac OS Keychain Effectively

With nearly 100 million active Mac users worldwide, Apple’s strength lies with its mobile devices. But, like any device that uses the internet, there are security weaknesses that criminals can exploit. As we become more tech-reliant, we see cybercrime increase almost exponentially.  Even companies, like Apple, struggle to create truly impenetrable layers of security. In … Read more

Apple iPhone 13 A15 Bionic vs iPhone 12 A14 Bionic vs Android Snapdragon 888 Benchmark Performance Compared

This week, Apple announced their latest phones, the iPhone 13 series. The yearly cycle has become relatively predictable with incremental upgrades as they perfect the phone but never anything particularly groundbreaking. As part of the cycle is the yearly chipset refresh, much like Android. Apple keeps the naming conventions simple, so we have shifted from … Read more

Xiaomi 11T vs OnePlus Nord 2 Specifications Compared – The sub £500 price point keeps getting better – Mediatek Dimensity 1200 AI vs Ultra

Yesterday, Xiaomi announced their latest phones, the Xiaomi 11T and the 11T Pro. They both look amazing, the Xiaomi 11T Pro is just £599 but includes the flagship Snapdragon 888 chipset, a 120Hz AMOLED display, 108MP camera, 5000mAh battery, and it is the first phone to launch in the west that features 120W charging. That … Read more

The Best Cases for the iPhone 13 Pro & Pro Max – Are they compatible with iPhone 12 cases?

Yesterday, the latest iPhone 13 models were announced. As usual for Apple and most phone brands, this was more of an incremental upgrade rather than anything significant, but all the small changes add up to something impressive. I am an Android user, and one thing that always bugs me about Android is the limited case … Read more

REDMAGIC 6S Pro Review – This Snapdragon 888+ phone could be a better buy than the ASUS ROG Phone 5s Pro

If you see this review anywhere other than mightygadget.co.uk it has been scraped/stolen. The REDMAGIC 6S Pro is one of the first phones to be announced with the brand-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+, and it will likely beat the ASUS ROG Phone 5s Pro for commercial availability. The phone is essentially the same as the REDMAGIC … Read more

EPOS H3 Hybrid announced for £149 featuring USB, 3.5 mm & Bluetooth connectivity with Bluetooth chat functionality via your phone

EPOS has announced their latest gaming headset, the EPOS H3 Hybrid, which combines USB, 3.5 mm & Bluetooth connectivity for universal compatibility with all consoles and other devices. The new H3 Hybrid headset can then combined a Bluetooth connection with your phone and a wired connection with your console/PC enabling players to chat with friends … Read more

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