Tech Review Archive

  • ModifyWatches_CuttheRope_1

    Gear Review: Cut the Rope x Modify Watches

    As watch technology continues to evolve far beyond anything Peter Henlein could have ever imagined many centuries ago, Modify Watches is kicking it old school. Modify Watches don’t track footsteps or sleep habits. They don’t integrate with smart devices and apps. They don’t play games. […]

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    Accessory Review: Logitech G410 Atlas Spectrum Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

    Logitech’s G910 Orion Spark and G710/G710+ are among the upper echelon of modern mechanical gaming keyboards, but like most keyboards they tend to take up valuable desk real estate and can be quite bulky to move around. That’s where the new G410 Atlas Spectrum steps […]

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    Accessory Review: Razer Mamba Tournament Edition Gaming Mouse

    This year, Razer has introduced the Mamba Tournament Edition as one of the new breeds in the company’s consistently awesome arsenal of snake-inspired gaming mice. The Mamba TE comes in around mid-range on the price scale–it sells for $89.99–but even without some of the bells […]

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    Accessory Review: KontrolFreek Grips, Shields, and CleanFreek Asset Protection

    I have sung the praises of KontrolFreek’s analog stick extenders many times before, but lately the accessory manufacturer has been branching out into new forms of video game controller accessorization. Today, I would like to tell you about three different products that will complement your […]

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    Accessory Review: FPS Freek Call of Duty: Black Ops III Reveal Edition Thumbstick Grips

    Call of Duty: Black Ops III isn’t out until November 6th, but that’s not stopping KontrolFreek from jumping aboard the hype train well ahead of schedule with the release of a new set of analog stick thumb grips based on the latest Treyarch-developed installment in […]

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    Accessory Review: Bloodborne Project SkyLight PS4 Faceplate

    Launched back in December and still in its beta infancy, Sony’s Project SkyLight offers PlayStation 4 owners a cool way to customize their consoles with swappable, game-themed faceplates. The program launched with faceplates for LittleBigPlanet 3 and The Order: 1886, both of which immediately sold […]

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    Gadget Review: HUB IT Sync & Charge Station

    It hasn’t quite felt like it outside yet, but according to the calendar spring has arrived. And you know what that means. Yup, after a long, cold, depressing winter it’s about that time to do a little spring cleaning. For gamers and tech enthusiasts, that […]

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  • Contents include: Headset, USB remote w/ built-in sound card, removable mic, dual 3.5 adapter, two different types of ear cushions, and mesh carrying case.

    Accessory Review: Kingston HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset

    Successor to the original HyperX Cloud, Kingston’s new HyperX Cloud II gaming headset rocks the house with the addition of 7.1 virtual surround sound (plus some other subtle touches) on top of everything else that made the previous model a winner. Kingston Technology does more […]

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  • Nyko_ModularChargeKit_PS4_1

    Accessory Review: Nyko Modular Charge Kit for PlayStation 4

    Nyko just recently announced a new slate of upcoming accessories for PlayStation 4 (and Xbox One), but over the holidays–unfortunately too late in the season to make it into our gift guides–a console add-on called the Modular Charge Kit quietly arrived on store shelves. Even […]

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  • Accessory Review: IntensaFire Master Mod Rapid Fire DualShock 4 Controller

    Accessory Review: IntensaFire Master Mod Rapid Fire DualShock 4 Controller

    No, your eyes do not deceive you. What you see above is the world’s first DualShock 4 emblazoned with the VGBlogger pencil gamer logo, courtesy of premium controller mod company Logo decal aside, the modded DualShock 4 doesn’t immediately look or feel any different […]

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