Crucial M550 Review – An Affordable Greatness

The Crucial M550 has arrived – built with its Marvell 88SS9189 controller for something truly great. The design of the Crucial M550 is sleek and carries almost a military style grading that is common for the name of Solid State Drive (sounds very fancy). Essentially, gone are the days of clicking disks as we have previously covered, and the Crucial 1 TB ushers in this new standard with such a pass...[Read More]

iRobot Roomba 790 Review: Man’s New Best Friend

The iRobot Roomba 790 is the newly introduce automatic robotic vacuum by Roomba you must have today. The sleek design, ease of functionality, and the moreover exciting features of cleaning the full house at the power of a remote control or automatic functional capability is something every technology lifestyle enthusiast needs.

Sony PlayStation 3D TV Review: This Holiday Season, You Can Spend $500 Better Elsewhere

Sony has not only become one of the biggest names in film entertainment, but also one of the biggest publishers in the current industry for entertainment in the evolving interactive video game medium. As of 2010, Sony set out on a mission along with many other like-minded companies such as Samsung, LG, Panasonic, etc to provide mainstream consumers with what we term as the “3D-Craze” in stereoscop...[Read More]

Apple iPod Touch 32GB Review: The Magic Is In The Touch

Back in the technologically impaired time stratum of 2001, Apple released their first iPod – an invention which macadamized and out-sparked a revolution in the way which people listened to music on-the-go. The concept seemed odd from the loud clanking spins of our CD players and the variable MP3 options available that were charging too high for quality that was simply too low. This CD player...[Read More]

Sapphire Radeon Toxic Edition HD 6850 Review – Overclocking Fluency

The Sapphire Radeon Toxic Edition HD 6850 is surprisingly a card that is simply a steal to PC and hardcore gaming enthusiasts worldwide. While the HD 6870 may have more stream processors and 900~913/1050 MHz ratio of core:memory speed  the Sapphire Radeon Toxic Edition HD 6850  performs at equal level (+/- 2 fps) in every test performed for the price point difference at 1GB memory. The custom PCB ...[Read More]

Adobe Creative Suite 5 Master Collection Edition Review: Creativity Which Begets The Idea

Creativity. It all starts with the idea to create something simple, and further extends the applications of the idea into a world of practicability and reasonability in the limitations of whatever tools we have to use that puts a pen in our hand and gives us a small area to expand. Adobe Creative Suite 5 Master Collection Edition heralds a tool-set  which includes: Adobe Photoshop CS5 for photogra...[Read More]

Madcatz Xbox 360 Transport Bag Review – Durable Steel

For those of us who like to take our Xbox 360 to our friend’s house or other social gatherings, Madcatz has made a wonderful carrier for the Xbox 360. Finding a way to transport consoles around has always been a challenge. To have the complete security of your $400.00 console, Madcatz has created an amazing transport system that is durable, dependable and moreover incredible.

Mad Catz 3 in 1 Review: Fender Precision Bass Replica, M.I.C., Double Cymbal Expansion

Original Review Content by Contributor: James Pikover When it comes to music game instruments, there is very little selection in terms of hardware. It is essentially first party from Harmonix’s Rock Band 1 or 2, any version of the Guitar Hero guitars, and now the Guitar Hero World Tour drums and microphone. With the exception of a few things here and there, such as ION Audio’s Premium ...[Read More]

iStarUSA Hard Drive Docking Station Review: Plug n’ Go

IStarUSA is known to make great technology: from power supplies, to internal divisions and in this case, the latest Xage-n99-us hard drive docking station. Coming with the works of RoHS compliancy, the latest storage division supports up to 2.5” and 3.5” SATA hard drives up to 1TB, offering for a versatility that we just don’t see too often in terms of storage devices and the way the efficiency of...[Read More]

ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 Exclusive Review: Overstrides

Back when we did our review on the Crossfire 4870’s, we were left utterly impressed by the sheer amount of productivity and results that provided for an effulgence of gaming pleasure over even the latest of the Nvidia offering of the GTX 280’s and GTX 260’s with value of power and price. It seems AMD is setting the barriers this generation, and trying to cross them over and over again. With the in...[Read More]

ATI Radeon HD 4850 Review: Show Me The Ruby

AMD is proudly bringing PC gamers 1.0 TeraFLOP Graphics Performance, with a single GPU that consumes only 110W of power in the HD 4850. Going head to head with the 8800GTX, 8800GTS & GT, and 9600GT series of cards. Developing a new TeraScale graphics engine, AMD is excited to deliver an impassive experience for gaming. With enhanced anti-aliasing 24X (AA) and AF, gamers will find a new realism...[Read More]

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