"A watch, I don’t think I’ve ever reviewed one, but I have one for review today from a company called Cadence. This watch isn’t just your normal kind though, it’s a sneaky, geeky one. Yes I said sneaky, geeky there. This watch is called the 4-Bit binary and it was designed by a gentleman called John Flear for our enjoyment. What makes this watch special is the numbers, or actually lack of numbers, instead they are replaced with, you guessed it, 4-bit binary code. Anyway, let’s just jump right into this… "
"The PC case or chassis is a misunderstood thing really. Many people are happy with that beige box sitting under their desk, but not me, and not a lot of people out there either. Luckily for us there are companies like NZXT who come up with great designs for cases for those of use that don’t like the beige box. Today for review I’ve got one of the newest cases from NZXT called the Tempest 410 and it’s aimed at the gamer or enthusiast with a sleek look and lots of airflow. The case has plenty of room for many hard drives, large video cards, big CPU coolers and space for those that might want to do a little liquid cooling as well. I like the Tempest 410 a lot, but it’s not perfect, but it’s close. Read on… "