Technology Reviews


Gem Box Review – Not Bad, Not Good

September 9, 2016 by Chris Anderson

I think most of us still have to fight the urge to shrug when someone mentions a gaming console that runs on Android. The Ouya left a bitter taste in…

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ONEmicro Review – Too Steep a Price

July 19, 2016 by Chris Anderson

With mobile technology like laptops focussed on becoming as thin as possible, a lot of devices have to sacrifice physical features for lightness and thinness. While audio technology is getting…


ROCCAT Suora Keyboard Review: Compact, Tactile, Beautiful

July 18, 2016 by Chris Anderson

Every PC gamer knows that a good keyboard is essential for performing well in games. Competitive gamers especially benefit from having a fancy keyboard with a bunch of different options…

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Apple Watch Sport Review – Expensive Elegance

May 23, 2016 by Chris Anderson

Up until a few years ago, wearable gadgets we can use to control nearly every facet of our day-to-day lives were reserved only for futuristic, sometimes even Cyberpunk-ish movies, games,…

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Electricity Master Lab Review: Time to Get Serious

May 2, 2016 by Travis Williams

The Electricity and Magnetism (E&M) kit from Thames and Kosmos took me pleasantly by surprise last year. The kit was educational, not only for my 9 year old son, but…

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Steam Link Review

December 30, 2015 by Chris Anderson

 It’s been a while since software giant Valve made its first move to becoming a hardware giant. With quite some time between them announcing the still very nebulous Steam Machines,…

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Remote-Control Machines Review – Don’t Think Lego

December 15, 2015 by Travis Williams

My 9 year old son is a huge fan of Lego and really enjoyed the Electricity and Magnetism experiment kit from Thames and Kosmos, leading me to believe that the…

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Giada F200 Mini PC Review

December 1, 2015 by Bryan Heraghty

The Giada F200 is a mini PC about the size of three CD albums stacked on top of each other. While it’s performance compared to even a laptop can leave…

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GameCom 780 Gaming Headset Review

November 11, 2015 by Robert Kingett

If there’s one thing that’s prevalent in a gamer’s arsenal, aside from a vast collection of limited edition copies of games and memorizations of uncanny screen names that would be…


Alldock – Expensive Form, Cheap Function

November 5, 2015 by Chris Anderson

Life in 2015 is convenient. Most of us enjoy the comfort and convenience that technology brings. We have little pocket-sized computers with us that put the entire human library of…