New review by me!
“Up for review today I have another portable Bluetooth speaker, this one is from a company called Matrix Audio and the speaker itself is called the QUBE². When you first get this speaker the first thing you’ll notice is the build quality, it’s basically a solid block of aluminum and it’s heavy for it’s tiny size. Even though the speaker is small at 80mm x 38mm x 38mm or 3.1″ x 1.5″ x 1.5″, they still managed to fit two speakers inside of it so you get full stereo sound. The QUBE² takes about 2.5 hours to charge but you get eight hours of play time from that so it could easily last you all day or several days depending on your usage. Sound quality is very good and the QUBE² can get very loud, I mean I was truly surprised by just how loud this little thing can get. Read on to learn more…”
Another new review by me
“Yesterday I reviewed the Func MS-3² gaming mouse and today I have the companion to it, the Func F-Series 10 XL gaming mousepad. I have a large desk so I like large mousepads and this one comes in at 38×29 cm or 15×11.5 but it’s only 2mm or about .1 inches thick. The F-Series 10 XL is a hard surface pad which is very finely textured giving it very little resistance allowing your mouse of choice to just glide across it almost effortlessly. So read on to learn more… “
New review by me!
“Today for review I have the Func MS-3² or MS-3 Revision 2 gaming mouse which is like no other I’ve owned or reviewed I think. The shape of the MS-3 is very unique as it’s large and meant to be palmed or held with your entire hand covering it. The MS-3 features ten buttons, one of which is called Instant Aim which slows down the DPI of the mouse for something like sniping when you need extreme accuracy. The MS-3 can store three profiles and it has two sets of colored LEDs that can be changed independently of each other for virtually unlimited colors combinations. This mouse will let you program all of the buttons and even assign macros to them if you wish. The MS-3 Rev2 is a decent mouse overall but it’s one that will take quite a bit of time to get accustomed to, at least that was the case for me. Read on to learn more…”
Yes it’s been many years since I updated the theme here and it was time for a change so here’s the new theme, I think I’m done with it now. Maybe, maybe not…
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New review by me..
“Sometimes you don’t need a full sized keyboard especially with an HTPC or other smaller style computers, something wireless and compact will work just fine and it’s actually what you would want in that situation. Bluetooth is nice but not everything comes equipped with it so the next choice is regular radio frequency or RF wireless which works just as well if not better sometimes than Bluetooth. Today for review I have the 2.4Ghz wireless keyboard from Rapoo called the E2700 which is from their Blade series. The E2700 is very thin at only 5.6mm and lightweight coming in at about 186 grams but it’s a full keyboard with multi-media keys, internet keys and even a touchpad for easy navigation. I like the E2700 quite a bit, it’s well made, and it just works great, so read on to learn more… “
New review by me..
“Today for review I’ve got the Kinivo ZX120 mini portable speaker which is just like it sounds, a small speaker you can take with you. The ZX120 is basic but it’s inexpensive, it’s not wireless but it does have an integrated 3.5mm audio cable so you don’t have to take one with you. The battery life is excellent at ten hours on a single charge and the ZX120 is well made and even comes with a carrying case. Read on to learn more..”