Dragon Blogger Technology http://www.dragonblogger.com Gadgets, Video Games, Blogging Tips, Technology and Giveaways Wed, 26 Nov 2014 06:08:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0.1 Turtle Beach Heroes of the Storm™ PC Gaming Headset Now Available http://www.dragonblogger.com/turtle-beach-heroes-storm-pc-gaming-headset-now-available/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/turtle-beach-heroes-storm-pc-gaming-headset-now-available/#comments Wed, 26 Nov 2014 06:08:13 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=46199 Headset features swappable speaker plates depicting iconic Heroes of the Storm Blizzard® characters

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VALHALLA, N.Y., Nov. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Turtle Beach, the leading audio brand in the video games industry, today announced that the officially licensed Heroes of the Storm PC Gaming Headset is now available in stores and online. The Heroes of the Storm Stereo PC Gaming Headset is the ultimate headset for fans ofHeroes of the Storm, an upcoming team brawler from Blizzard Entertainment that draws iconic characters from more than 20 years of Blizzard gaming history, including the award-winning Warcraft®, Diablo®, and StarCraft®franchises.  Turtle Beach is the gaming audio brand of Turtle Beach Corporation (NASDAQ: HEAR).

The new stereo PC gaming headset features swappable speaker plates with different Blizzard characters, perfect for players eager to personalize their headset. Arthas, Diablo, and Kerrigan plates are available now, with more heroes being added at a later date. Powerful 50mm neodymium speakers deliver crisp highs and booming lows, and in-line controls provide easy access to volume as well as microphone mute. The headset also features breathable, around-the-ear cushions optimized for noise isolation and comfort along with a fully adjustable, high-sensitivity microphone on a removable boom for clear chat audio. The Heroes of the Storm PC Gaming Headset will retail for $79.95.

“Turtle Beach is honored to work with Blizzard on the Heroes of the Storm headset, and we’re excited to bring players a gorgeous new way to showcase their favorite heroes,” said Bob Picunko Chief Marketing Officer at Turtle Beach.

The Heroes of the Storm gaming headsets will join Turtle Beach’s growing PC gaming portfolio, which includes the Z60 DTS Headphone:X 7.1 channel surround sound headset, the Recon 320 Dolby® 7.1 channel surround sound headset,  the Z SEVEN tournament Dolby® 7.1 channel surround sound headset, the Z300 wireless Dolby®7.1 channel surround sound headset, and the stereo Z22 wired headset.

To learn more about Heroes of the Storm, head over to www.heroesofthestorm.com.

About Turtle Beach Corporation
Turtle Beach Corporation (TurtleBeachCorp.com) designs audio products for consumer, commercial and healthcare markets. Under the brand Turtle Beach (TurtleBeach.com), the company markets premium headsets for use with video game consoles, including officially-licensed headsets for the next-generation Xbox One and PlayStation®4, personal computers and mobile devices. Under the brand HyperSound® (HyperSound.com), the company markets pioneering directed audio solutions that have applications in digital signage and kiosks, consumer electronics and healthcare. The Company’s shares are traded on the NASDAQ Exchange under the symbol NASDAQ: HEAR.

About Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.

Best known for blockbuster hits including World of Warcraft® and the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® franchises, Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. (www.blizzard.com), a division of Activision Blizzard, is a premier developer and publisher of entertainment software renowned for creating some of the industry’s most critically acclaimed games. Blizzard Entertainment’s track record includes nineteen #1 games* and multiple Game of the Year awards. The company’s online-gaming service, Battle.net®, is one of the largest in the world, with millions of active players.

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50 Million Players for KingsIsle http://www.dragonblogger.com/50-million-players-kingsisle/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/50-million-players-kingsisle/#comments Tue, 25 Nov 2014 18:11:27 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=46185 I have to admit 50 million and these numbers look pretty  massive, with all the talk of WoW getting up to 10 million subscribers again, makes you think just how far KingsIsle has come with family friendly and really kid oriented MMO that the whole family can play.  I have played Wizard 101 and Pirate [...]

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I have to admit 50 million and these numbers look pretty  massive, with all the talk of WoW getting up to 10 million subscribers again, makes you think just how far KingsIsle has come with family friendly and really kid oriented MMO that the whole family can play.  I have played Wizard 101 and Pirate 101 both for a large period of time with my two boys before they eventually got tired and moved on to more mature games, but I do miss playing with the boys and really did enjoy the aspect of the Spiral and fun times.  I still have characters collecting dust and crowns unspent sitting out there until we may return someday, meanwhile I have a castle and plants that long since rotted, abandoned pets that miss the Pet Bazaar and more.

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Extreme Budget Tablets: Hands On Comparison http://www.dragonblogger.com/extreme-budget-tablets-hands-comparison/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/extreme-budget-tablets-hands-comparison/#comments Tue, 25 Nov 2014 13:53:12 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=46063 Review of budget tablet models and how they compare, these are Android tablets less than $70 in price.

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As the holidays draw near, the deals can be pretty incredible and your budget can get a little tight with all of the people in your life.  Each one of my kids wants a tablet and my mom wants one too and that leaves me, the techy son and father to take care of them all.  So I looked around a bit on Amazon and found 3 that I really liked (more because of the price).

Mostly my reviews and articles are around products that I do extensive testing on and so I am doing the same on this article, but times 3.

Here are the tablets and their specs

Alldaymall A88

  • 7” 800×480
  • AllWinner A23X Dual Core 1.5Ghz
  • Mali-400 MP2
  • 512MB DDR3 RAM
  • Bluetooth
  • Dual Camera 1 Mega Pixel Front and Rear
  • 8GB NAND Flash
  • Android 4.4.2
  • Wireless N (802.11 b/g/n)
  • Ports: Micro USB, 3.5mm Headphone Jack, TF/MicroSD card slot for additional storage, DC-5V

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Chromo ZX-RK2926

  • 7” 1024×600 Display
  • Rk2928 ARM Cortex-A9 Single Core 1Ghz
  • Mali-400 MP
  • 4GB
  • 512MB DDR3 RAM
  • Dual Camera 8 Mega Pixel Rear
  • Android 4.2.2
  • Wireless N (802.11 b/g/n)
  • Ports: Micro USB, 3.5mm Headphone Jack, TF/MicroSD card slot for additional storage

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Tablet Express DragonTouch Y88X

  • 7” 1024×600 HD Display
  • AllWinner A33 Quad Core 1.344Ghz
  • Mali-400 MP
  • 8GB
  • 512MB DDR3 RAM
  • Dual Camera 2 Mega Pixel Front and Rear
  • Android 4.4.2
  • Wireless N (802.11 b/g/n)
  • Ports: Micro USB, 3.5mm Headphone Jack, TF/MicroSD card slot for additional storage, DC-5V

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When I mentioned budget tablets, I really meant budget tablets; they range from $49.99 to $64.99, from Single core to Quad Core and all offer something a little different from the other.  This round up is not focusing on one tablet, but on all 3 to help you decide which would better suite your needs.

I will list each model and benchmarks from each of the tablets in order, each will have a screenshot from the tablet so that you can see for yourself what it scores.  One thing you may notice on all screenshots directly from the tablets, the screenshots will all be different resolutions, that is because the tablets themselves differ in resolution as well.

Antunu

Chromo ZX-RK2926

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Tablet Express Dragon Touch Y88X

5

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Alldaymall A88

7

8

Final Score

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So this gives you a good idea so far on where we are in regards to graphical performance, for games although I will show you some games playing as I normally do.  The Chromo ZX-RK2926 did not fare so well, scoring almost half of what its competition scored, Antutu judging it as Poor.   The Alldaymall’s A88 scored a very decent 14357, Antutu itself captioning its performance as General and then finally the TabletExpress DragonTouch Y88X an impressive 16073, Antutu declaring it Good.

You might notice, that for the Chromo, there was no bar graph comparing it to other tablets and unfortunately I can’t say I forgot to paste it on here, even after a few runs, it would not print a result in that format.  If you read on, it was not by chance.

Let’s jump over to another game centric benchmark, the graphical benchmark of benchmarks FutureMarks 3DMark.  As we did in the previous tests, I will list them in order as originally presented.

3DMark

 Chromo ZX-RK2926

 10

Tablet Express Dragon Touch Y88X

11

Alldaymall A88

12

Final Score

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Once again, it looks like the Chromo ZX-RK2926 could not keep up, only scoring 1476, the TabletExpress DragonTouch Y88X scoring 2695 and the Alldaymall A88 at 2609.  The initial Graphics test was higher on the Alldaymall, by 1.4 frames per second but then 2.6 FPS slower on the 2nd Graphics test.  Interesting the way that worked out but the overall difference in the final score was only by 86 points higher on the DragonTouch side.

One thing I will mention, that shows how rock solid these tablets are, even the Chromo is the fact that the minimum system requirements to run 3DMark on Android for memory at least 1Gig.  Each tablet in this round up had 512MB of RAM so the fact that they could run these benchmarks shows how powerful these little guys just are especially for the price range.  I will paste below the minimum requirements off of Futuremark’s site for 3DMark.

Minimum Requirements

  • OS: Android 3.1 or later
  • Memory: 1 GB (1024 MB)
  • Graphics: OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible
  • Storage: 155 MB

Oddly enough, sometimes when you run 3DMark on these tablets you will receive this message.

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I would think it should display this message every time you start up 3DMark, but it didn’t.

The last of the benchmarks, which tests overall system performance, again by Futuremark and again the benchmarks of benchmarks is PCMark.  This one will benchmark how everyday tasks are run and can give you a pretty detailed analysis on how the tablet will stand up.  You will find real world testing later on in this review, although PCMark does a pretty good job at it.

PCMark

 Chromo ZX-RK2926

14

 

15

Tablet Express Dragon Touch Y88X

16

 

17

Alldaymall A88

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Final Score

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PCMark looks like it might have evened out the playing field a bit.  As the tests have previously shown, the Chromo did not fare so well, but the Y88X came back up like a champ.  It seems like the Alldaymall that looked like it was going to come up ahead kind of fell back a bit.  Every single score, Web browsing, Video playback, writing and photo editing just seemed to throttle back.  The results were very scattered from the monitoring data.

The Chromo’s CPU performance did hover around its mid-point pretty consistently and spike a few times to the top, since it is a single core processor.  It looks like the overall CPU usage though was topped off.

The Y88X showed the average more towards the bottom, maybe it was not using its quad core potential properly, but imagine if it had, maybe with a future update either on firmware or OS level.  It seemed like it kept the CPU pretty well managed.

The Alldaymall had a very interesting result.  With its very decent scores previously, I was surprised by this low score and afterwards with its chart.  There must be a little more to the performance increase we saw in the previous tests that migth have played a part to the overall system performance.  The graph in this instance looks like a kindergarteners classwork, lines going everywhere and some thick brush strokes as well.  The CPU clocks seemed very broad as well as the averages, possilbly leading to shorter battery life with the spikes but we will see a little later in the review how that plays out.

As mentioned previously in the 3DMark portion of the review, these tablets should not have been able to run this benchmark but did relatively well for their classes.  FutureMarks PCMark also had a requirment of at least 1Gig of RAM and again these tablets only came with 512Megs of RAM.  PCMarks specs were slightly higher, requiring a base version of Android 4.1 and thankfully the lowest out of the bunch, the Chromo was 4.2.

Minimum Requirements

  • OS: Android 4.1 or later
  • Memory: 1 GB (1024 MB)
  • Graphics: OpenGL ES 2.0 compatible
  • Storage: 23 MB app only, 423 MB app + tests

On the subject of requirements, I will have to mention a little bit of an issue I ran into with the Chromo.  The Chromo comes with only 4GB’s of storage, half of what the other tablets come with and is about halfway taken up by the operating system and its extra’s.  The Alldaymall and DragonTouch came with 8GB’s of internal storage space, although all 3 come equiped with a Micro SD slot that will allow for additional storage of up to 32GB’s so you can offload some games, photo’s and more to the external storage if you had a card laying around.

After opening each tablet, I started off by loading the software that I would be testing, as I will list below.

  • 3DMark
  • Angry Birds Starwars
  • Antuntu
  • Batman Arkam Asylum
  • CPU-Z
  • Dead Trigger 2
  • PCMark

Installing all of these brought an issue to the Chromo.  The initial portion of PCMark was able to install with the full gamut of software I had previously installed but blocked me when I tried to install the remaining 432Megs it requires to run the tests.  The issue here was that I did not have enough space to install the remainder of PCMark so it kept erroring out, but never mentioned about the lack of space.

In order to get PCMark to run, I had to uninstall all of the software I had previously installed and then it finally worked.  It was again not the best score, but it did work and while not even meeting the minimum requirements.  I would think that you should be prompted when the tablet is out of space rather than just not working, that’s a problem in my book.  I am not sure if I could blame Chromo or Android for that issue, so I will leave it as an Android issue.

One of the big issues with all wireless devices is battery life, so of course I am going to give you some battery life testing.  The program I used before did not seem to work out so well, the program itself ran without an issue, but did not seem very taxing on the system.  Every day use on the tablet, at least for myself is reading some emails, watching some videos, looking at some pictures through facebook, some web browsing and some gaming.  While PCMark doesn’t test gaming performance for battery life, it does test video playback, browsing, writing, photo editing and so almost everything I do, it’s the perfect test.

Check out my results,

Chromo

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Alldaymall

22

Dragon Touch Y88X

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These power ratings speak perfectly as to why the other scores differed so much, it makes more sense now.

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As we can see, the Chromo did horribly, one of the ones I thought would do the best and the one that makes the least sense out of the 3.  I thought it would do well because how much power can a single core drain, but maybe it is not really well optimized or now everything is coded for at least a dual core.

This tablet has a single core, a decent resolution (for the bunch) but no hard drive capacity, the resolution must have been what drained all its power.  Out of the 3, it scored the highest in the writing score, web browsing score and almost there on work performance, all things that require only a single core and did relatively well on video playback and photo editing, the lowest but still decent.  It seems that it handled amazingly well the very simple tasks, but when it got to where it needed to handle video playback and use its decent resolution screen, I guess it was too much of a task.  At the end, only stayed alive for 1 hour and 37 minutes.

The real competition, as it has been throughout the entire review came from the Alldaymal and the Dragontouch.  These 2 traded blows albeit not incredibly ferociously, the AllDayMall beat the Dragontouch in Video playback score by a very decent 102 which makes sense being that it has a newer GPU and came amazingly close in the Photo Editing score, down by a measly 11 points again propelled by the GPU but held back by the CPU surely.  The Alldaymall, held up for a very nice 2 hours and 32 minutes but was beat by 20 minutes by the Dragontouch at 2 hours and 56 minutes.

Honestly, 20 minutes is not a big difference but it can mean tons when you are on a flight.  A 3 hour flight and you battery dies on your tablet and you are almost there, now you realize the guy sitting next to you is asleep leaning his head on your shoulder while pools of drool get deeper and deeper, at least you can smack him with your now dead tablet, am I right?

Here is a comparison of the cameras on these devices

Chromo ZX-RK2926

Dual Camera 8MB Rear

Rear

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Tablet Express Dragon Touch Y88X

Dual Camera 2MB Front and Rear

Rear

26

Front

27

Alldaymall A88

Dual Camera 1MP Front and Rear

Rear

28

Front

29

So the Chromo, with its 8 Mega Pixel camera takes a very clear, true to life color picture as it should with its 8MP’s.  I would say its one saving grace but then the tests seem to take a very weird turn.  The Dragon Touch has a 2MP camera but the pictures are a dull, mostly devoid of color.  Its said it is 2MP on each side, but maybe it’s a shared 2MP so its 1MP per camera, just a guess. While the AllDayMall’s 1Mp camera seem to capture the colors nicely, not perfect but very nicely.

The Chromo won on this one oddly enough the winner of every other test so far took last place.  I would say though that most cell phone camera’s have a better resolution than all of these, possibly aside from the Chromo so I would not put too much weight on the camera results, unless you are a diehard tablet camera person.

Many of you will be using the tablets for video playback for movies and quick clips and for gameplay, I got your covered.  Check out this video covering playback of Tinkerbell, a pretty nice clip to show some color.

You can see here in the video playback where the resolution comes into play, the AllDayMall’s odd resolution did affect the video playback, bringing about some borders around the videos but still the video didn’t look too bad.  The Chromo actually had the best sound out of the lot, but not much better.  Now to my favorite part, here is the gaming.

As you saw, the Chromo was not able to handle the huge beast that is BatMan Arkham Origin’s.  It did play Dead Trigger II, although not amazingly well and of course played Angry Birds StarWars perfectly well.  The DragonTouch did pretty well; no real issues and the AllDayMall did show that out of the bunch, its WIFI signal was not the best.  During testing of Dead Trigger II, it needs to make a connection to the internet, which the DragonTouch and Chromo were able to handle, and the AllDayMall was not.  I had to move my testing area while still downstairs, directly under the WIFI signal.

Also, I did want to mention, I bought a protector for the tablets as I will be giving one to my son and one to my daughter so since they are young it needs to be a beefy case.  I bought one from Tablet Express as it looked universal, and it seems like it was.  Check it out over each of the tablets.

Dragon Touch Y88X

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Chromo

31

AllDayMall

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As you can see, the cover works perfectly for all 3 of the tablets in every aspect.  It seems to cover the buttons perfectly, speakers, cameras (although the Chromo only had one) Micro SD card slot, just perfect.  Not the prettiest color, but it is nice, even my daughter loves it and she is a fashionista but majorly, it protects the tablet nicely.

They also have a case that is meant for the Dragon Touch, but being that the rubber case is also and fits for all 3, this one should work too.  It is a leather case that doubles as a stand, check it out.

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In case anyone was interested, the stand I used in the review was the TechMatte TM-STD-M02 I reviewed previously here, it is an awesome stand and very affordable.

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So that’s about it guys.  I have given you all the information I can complete with benchmarking results.  My picks in order are the following

1. TabletExpress DragonTouch Y88X

2. AllDayMall A88

3. Chromo ZX-RK2926

The TabletExpress DragonTouch Y88X, showed overall best performance scores all across the board although the camera was not the greatest and had no Bluetooth.  The AllDayMall came close to the performance of the TabletExpress even though it was only a Dual Core and even though the Camera specs were identical, the picture quality was better on the AllDayMall.  It could not keep upon Battery life, you would think it would be a little better and it is great that it has Bluetooth but its WIFI connection was very weak in comparison to the TabletXpress and Chromo and had the lowest resolution of the bunch as well.  The Chromo was the little engine that could, it was weakest out of the pack but it tried its hardest to keep up with only one core.  It impressed with its 8Mega Pixel camera and its very nice speaker but again at this price point, the TabletExpress DragonTouch Y88X dominates.

 

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I have spent many years in the PC boutique name space as Product Development for Alienware and Dell through their acquisition and finally Velocity Micro. During these years I spent my time developing new products, technologies and configuration’s with companies such as Microsoft, Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, Asus and more. Gaming and new and old technologies are what drives my interests and passion.

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Introducing the Elephone P3000s Android Phone http://www.dragonblogger.com/introducing-elephone-p3000s-android-phone/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/introducing-elephone-p3000s-android-phone/#comments Mon, 24 Nov 2014 13:51:43 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=46111 Calling all Android lovers, cell phone users and phablet fans of all kinds – the latest in awesome Android handhelds is about to be released, and is currently available for pre-order over at Gearbest.com right now! Weighing in at an extremely-lightweight 0.145kg, the 5-inch-screened, Octa-Core-CPU-based Elephone P3000s Android phablet is blasting it’s way onto the [...]

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Calling all Android lovers, cell phone users and phablet fans of all kinds – the latest in awesome Android handhelds is about to be released, and is currently available for pre-order over at Gearbest.com right now! Weighing in at an extremely-lightweight 0.145kg, the 5-inch-screened, Octa-Core-CPU-based Elephone P3000s Android phablet is blasting it’s way onto the scene. Brought to you by the fine folks over at Gearbest.com, this KitKat-filled phablet is not only aiming to please, it’s aiming to be your best friend. The brand sounds as though you’re buying a pet elephant (which are a type of pachyderm, if you didn’t know), but this little beauty is quite the opposite in many ways. With overall dimensions measuring a mere 145mm x 72mm x 8.9mm – in inches that comes to 5.7 x 2.8 x 0.4, respectively (and the packaging isn’t much larger either), it’s not too large and not too small, but in fact is just the right size for all of your every day needs.

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Running on the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system, the P3000s sports quite a nice package under it’s hood. Starting off with the MTK6592+6290 Octa Core 1.7GHz CPU (based on ARM Cortex A7 architecture), accompanied by the Mali-450MP GPU chip, a 16GB ROM (supports expansion via MicroSD card as well), 2GB of internal RAM and an MT6290 radio/modem (802.11b/g/n WiFi, GSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz, WCDMA 850/900/1900/2100MHz, LTE-FDD 800/1800/2100/2600MHz), there’s quite a lot that this phabulous little device is capable of doing. It also has Bluetooth, supports 3G and 4G LTE, and also has GPS. The P3000s has a 5.0 inch capacitive IPS screen sports a crisp 720p HD resolution (1280×720) and utilizes the practically-shatter-proof and scratch-proof Gorilla Glass 3. There are also dual Sony cameras installed – one 8.0MP in front and a 13.0MP in back – which can record both photos and videos. The backside camera also has a flash with it, which can also be used as a flashlight if needed. Supported media formats include BMP, PNG, JPEG, GIF photos, WAV, AAC, MP3 audio, 3GP, AVI, MP4 video, Excel, PPT & Word MS Office files, TXT & PDF e-books, Android APK games, and lastly – live wallpapers as well.

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All of the other additional features are also present: a web browser, gravity sensor, light sensor, gesture sensor, proximity sensor, FM radio, as well as video calling, WAP & MMS messaging. The P3000s phablet is also quite capable of being used by pretty well any and everyone throughout planet Earth, thanks to the cornucopia of available languages. From Harvatski to Italian, Kiswahili to Latviesu, Lietuviu, Magyar, Nederlands, Norsk bokmal, Polski, Portuguese, Romana, Rumantsch, Slovenscina, Suomi, Svenska, Vietnamese, Turkish, Greek, Russian, Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Thai, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Afrikaans, Bahasa Indonesia, Bahasa Melayu, Catala, Cestina, Dansk, German, Filipino, French, IsiZulu, even English and Spanish – this phabulous little device is very, very robust.

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To provide you an extra layer of security, the rear camera’s cover plate also has a fingerprint scanner, to guard you from security breaches, whether momentarily or otherwise. Another bonus is the built-in NFC functionality, including a handful of apps that allow you to take the fullest advantage of it that is possible. To keep you running (whether work or play) longer, the P3000s also sports a hefty 3,150mAh battery, which will get you quite a lot of usage time per charge (actual usage times will vary, depending on type of usage or lack-thereof). The IPS capacitive touch screen also allows you to use specific designated finger-swiping gestures for different functions, from launching the camera to messaging.

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Currently, the Elephone P3000s is available in either gloss black or gloss white, and pre-orders are running until December 15th, 2014. Currently, it is priced at a meager $190.48, but that is the pre-order price, so hurry up while you can. As a special bonus offer, Gearbest is offering you the opportunity to take advantage of an amazing discount code as well! Simply use coupon code ElephoneCN to drop the price down to $171.99 USD (this coupon does not expire until December 31st, 2014, but use it before the pre-order window closes, to get the best price opportunity available)! The ticker is counting down, folks, and admittedly the timing couldn’t be any better. Regardless of which – if any – holiday(s) you celebrate from now through December, this gorgeous little beast would certainly make for quite a nifty (and useful) gift, for pretty well anyone you could think of. It comes unlocked as well, so there are no ties to any specific service provider either (pre-paid networks are not supported, however).

Once more, this is Ronald DMNKLR Smith, for Dragonblogger.com, bringing you yet another phabulous deal from the best in online cell phone retailers – Gearbest.com. Until next time, remember that I want to know what you want to know about. Have a blessed day, everyone!

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Game on PC with a Ballistic Joystiq! http://www.dragonblogger.com/game-pc-ballistic-joystiq/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/game-pc-ballistic-joystiq/#comments Sun, 23 Nov 2014 22:00:48 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=45979 Welcome back, game players of all sorts, and especially PC gamers (because, quite frankly, this article is directed at you anyway)! Today, we present to you some epic PC gaming deals, from First-Person Shooters to Survival Horror, with a nice little cornucopia of other gems in between. So kick back, chillax, and get your virtual [...]

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Welcome back, game players of all sorts, and especially PC gamers (because, quite frankly, this article is directed at you anyway)! Today, we present to you some epic PC gaming deals, from First-Person Shooters to Survival Horror, with a nice little cornucopia of other gems in between. So kick back, chillax, and get your virtual (or physical) wallets ready, because it’s time for the jump!

First up, we have the latest of the Bundle Stars PC Game bundles, called the “Ballistic Bundle“, which I can only assume is based on the fact that there’s so much explosive action in there, that “ballistic” is the only accurate adjective that can properly describe the contents. Anyway, here we go folks, get ready to get your game on!

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That’s right, folks, TEN GREAT GAMES, all at a measly little price tag of just $3.49 USD! Starting off with Wickland (this is a get-in-and-play-now Early Access game), from Mad Ram Software – a game that’s very much inspired by old-school FPS games, but also is apparently influenced by Bioshock and Painkiller, this beast of a bundle is taking off with a huge BANG! Next up, we have Waves, from Squid In A Box, Ltd., and is a twin-stick type shooter that can be played by pretty much anyone, but also gets challenging as you progress (just how we like it, right?). Third on the list is Enemy Mind, brought to you by Schell Games, and is a retro shooter unlike any other. You get to play as a being made of pure energy, which allows you to morph into all different kinds of ships, enabling you to be able to take on any enemy that comes your way. In at fourth, we have the Guns and Robots: Terminator Pack (DLC for the Free-To-Play Guns and Robots base game – what I like to call an “awesome arena shooter on drugs”, haha!), dropping in from Masthead Studios, Ltd., and with a huge bang in-and-of-itself! In slot 5, Rezoner bring us QbQbQb, a new arcade-style casual game for players of all skill levels, offering co-op and head-to-head gaming, designed to bring gamers of all skill levels together. Chuck’s Challenge 3D is a cel-shaded top-down-angled-view puzzler, brought to us by the great minds at Niffler, Ltd. and Nkidu Games, Inc., and it appears to be quite interesting as well, especially if you’re into puzzle games (as I am, because it’s nice to have a real challenge once in awhile, rather than just bang-bang or zoom-zoom all the time). Paired up with the game is the soundtrack and even some DLC as well – a nifty little bonus. Panzer Tactics HD rolls onto the battle field next, thanks to the fine folks over at Sproing and bitComposer Games. It’s pretty well the same game as the one that was on Nintendo DS, but it’s newer, updated, on Steam, and more awesome. It’s a standard strategy kind of game, similar to say, Risk, or something of that nature, but it’s still a decent game nonetheless. If you feel you’re ready (or really don’t care either way, and just want to dive in regardless) for it, a new – and albeit backwards – take on platformer games is just begging for your attention. Moonwalking it’s way onto your PC – thanks to MEGAFUZZ and tinyBuild – is the hilarious side-scrolling platformer Spoiler Alert. It looks like Adventure Time + Super Mario Bros., and (in case you didn’t catch the play on words) you play it… backwards! How’s that for interesting? Well, if that doesn’t tickle your fancy, then perhaps the magic-filled structural-strategy game Tiestru might just do the trick. Blasted into existence by Warlock Arts, this new take on defensive strategy allows you to get very creative, but also isn’t cumbersome (as some of this kind are)… plus there’s MAGIC! Games with magic are always fun (cuz it’s magic, duh!)!

The next site to offer up some great gaming, is the ever-awesome Humble Bundle! In this week’s Humble Weekly Bundle, we’re looking at a selection of games hand-picked by those great folks over at Joystiq. Available are up to 7 games and 3 soundtracks. The reason I say up to is because you pay at least the minimum $1 USD to get the first 4, then pay at least $6 USD to unlock the next 2, and if you pay at least $15 USD, you’ll unlock game #7.

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Starting off the PC game blast from Humble Bundle this week, we have Beat Hazard Ultra + Shadow Operations Unit DLC – a side-scrolling music-driven arcade shooter that is just a literal blast to play, brought to you by Cold Beam Games. After that, the assault continues with Intake, or as Humble Bundle says “the new retro-futuristic drugstep arcade shooter”, dropping on your tongue by the hands of Cipher Prime Studios. Prepare to have your mind blown, legally, by a trippy game unlike any other. The next blast to your brain cells comes by means of the RPG Dungeon-Crawler game Dungeon of Elements. Those crazy cats at Frogdice are serving you a healthy helping of dungeon crawls, puzzler-styled combat, and claustrophobia, all wrapped up in a digital ball of yum! If, by this time, you’re already getting settled in, The Dream Machine (Chapters 1-4) is awaiting your presence. Chock-full of adventure, and brought to you by The Sleeping Machine, this game pits you as the husband component of a wife-and-hubby team, who’ve discovered that their new home isn’t quite as it appears to be, and needs investigating. The graphics were created by hand, not digitally, using many different elements, from cardboard to clay, and has helped to win this adventure game many awards already. If that’s not enough to make your brain scream out in agony, then perhaps you will take the next pay grade up and dive into Slender: The Arrival? Blue Isle Studios and Midnight City are also giving you the soundtrack to this title, which ought to help on those nights when you really need to keep yourself awake, even if it means scaring the ever-loving crap out of yourself to do it! A survival horror, based on an urban legend, and accompanied the world over by fan-fiction and other types of creepy-pasta-ferocity, Slender: The Arrival will haunt you even in your day dreams, quite possibly for all eternity. It’s ok though, it’s fun, I promise. *huge grin* If you’d rather just stomp around, destroying and feeling like a dinosaur with roid-rage, then perhaps Primal Carnage is right up your alley. According to Humble Bundle, “Primal Carnage is an online multiplayer shooter that immerses its players in skilled PVP combat, team-based strategy, and savage class-oriented matches unlike any you’ve previously experienced — be it an armed human mercenary or a cunning dinosaur, Primal Carnage is sure to unleash the inner beast in anyone who seeks to survive amongst the fittest.” It’s certainly grown a lot, since initial launch, and is actually pretty fun now. Shout outs go to Lukewarm Media and Reverb Publishing for this sweet game. Last on this list is quite possibly one of the most fun, hilarious and clean-cut games on the market, the always-fun-to-pick-up-and-play Costume Quest 2, from Double Fine, Majesco and Midnight City. RPG games should always be fun, and this one’s no different on that take. In everything else, it kind of is, however. Lots of humor, squad-style dungeon crawling, graphics that are in HD, yet reminiscent of Playstation 1 adventure games (think MediEvil, for instance), this game is robust and fun for gamers of all ages.

In addition to those 2, Indie Royale is also doing sweet indie game bundles as well, for those of us interested in some new and refreshing games. Take a quick gander and check out what’s under the hood this go-round. I present to you, The Debut 21 bundle!

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Urja, from Hadrionyork, is a puzzler and an FPS wrapped in one, that requires stealth and cunning to beat. It takes place in a middle-ages-styled setting. Next up, Woodsy Studios invites you into their interactive visual novel Quantum Conscience. You’ll traverse a science-fiction adventure, where you’ve been granted the ability to read others’ minds. Third on the list is another 3D cube-rolling puzzle game, called Fake Colours. I don’t know about you, but I actually find these to be quite entertaining, and this one appears no different in that regard. Plus the games creators, Forthright Entertainment give us some pretty shiny colo(u)rs to play with. That has to count for something, right? Everyone likes shiny! If you’re into F1 racing (I honestly prefer Formula 1 over any racing types), then you’ll want to check out F1 Chequered Flag, from Xing Interactive. It’s very reminiscent of Playstation 2 F1 racing games, and isn’t anything uber-spectacular (it doesn’t bring anything new to the table), but considering this bundle’s only $2.44 USD and this game is tossed in with the other 7, why not give it a try? Anyway, we’re now at game #5, and this one is pretty nice. Take the eery ominousness and visual style of LIMBO, add the mechanics and general style of Super Meat Boy, and you have Just Get Through, from the great minds over at Retrific. Weighing in at a rather – er – colorific #6, we have ILAMENTIA, which apparently was developed with the idea of “Hey, dudes, let’s make a game while we’re trippin’ balls on acid!”, because, well, this thing would make hippies have nightmares, haha. I’m in no way dissing this game, in case you were wondering. If anything, it actually intrigues me. Caiysware get the credit for this brain-imploding trip-fest. Following that, we have Miner Warfare – a game for up to 8 simultaneous players, who play gold-digging miners that chop dirt blocks in a race against each other, to become wealthy gold-digging miners… and yes, you read that correctly. Anyway, give a shout out to HeartBit Interactive for this one (not you, Kanye, you can just move on to the next one). Last, but not least, I present to you… The Ingenious Machine (New & Improved Edition)! Basically, it’s a better rendition of Crazy Machines. There’s a little more you can do with it, and it’ll get better with updates, but still it’s basically another version of that game series.

For even more fun (well I don’t know if it is for you or not, but it’s up to you to decide), check out Indie Royale’s The Discovery Bundle. This one nets you 6 games, for a mere $3.57 USD.

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I’ll give you the quick rundown of what’s in store for you in this one. #1 is Bloodrayne: Betrayal, the latest in the vampire franchise from Majesco Entertainment, with lots more hack, slash & suck-their-blood action. #2 is Biglands: A Game Made By Kids, which kind of just puts it right out there for you, but is an adventure game that pits you on a quest to save the world. I mean, what else would an adventure game made by kids have you do? Yeah, don’t answer that, haha. You can thank one mister Diego Acevido for that title. Anyway, #3 is Lost Chronicles Of Zerzura, from Cranberry Productions. Apparently your brother is kidnapped by “the Inquisition”, and to get him back, you have to go on an adventure that forces you to solve riddles, puzzles and other crazy stuff. The trailer video doesn’t really clue you in on what it entails, much, but it still looks like it could be a fun adventure game nonetheless. #4 is Square Heroes, and is presented by GnomicStudios. Admittedly, I find this one humorous and interesting. It’s a side-scroller, it’s an arena shooter, and it’s chock full of humor. Blast away and laugh your arsenal off while you’re at it, this game will blast your gut from inside and out! The trophy for 5th place goes to House Of 1,000 Doors: The Palm Of Zoroaster. This little ditty is the latest in hidden object puzzle gaming, with more than just your typical stylizations. It has a real story, decent animation, and actual AI interaction. Give Viva Media, Mystery Masters and Alawar a thanks for this little gem. Last on the list, #6, is Castle: Never Judge A book By It’s Cover, from Gunnar Games. It’s another point-and-click sort of adventure, similar to the CSI games – for those of you who’ve played those. Instead of CSI, however, this one is a new story for the TV show Castle. Before I forget, they also have a daily deal – though I don’t know why it’s called that, since it runs for a good 3 days – and this time they’ve Crimsonland on the chopping block. Hordes are surrounding you, you have guns, guns and more guns. It’s a bloody good time, and you’re at the center of it all. What a blast! Brought to you by 10Tons.

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Lastly, if you’re looking for more, GamersGate has just launched their Warner Bros. Games week, with 37 different games and DLC packs available, for up to 75% off. From Batman to F.E.A.R., this sale is blasting from all angles with punches, kicks and gun blasts of all kinds. If you’re looking for some mobile gaming goodness, Kingdom Rush Origins  (and it’s HD version) just popped up in the Apple store, under iOS games. It’s an RPG-looking Tower Defense game, and it won’t break the bank to acquire either ($2.99 USD for regular, $4.99 USD for HD).

I know it’s a lot of games to check out, but just imagine how it was for me to compile all of this, haha. Anyway, it’s getting late, I need some rest, so until next time… I’m Ronald DMNKLR Smith, saying getcha’ game on, and letting you know that I want to know what you want to know about. Goodnight everybody!

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Aoao Video Watermark Pro Review http://www.dragonblogger.com/aoao-video-watermark-pro-review/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/aoao-video-watermark-pro-review/#comments Sun, 23 Nov 2014 14:00:21 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=45974 I got in my hands last week on a new software program called Aoao Video Watermark Pro. Like the name says it a watermark software utility for your videos. Now I have never used a software like this before and thought it would be cool to try out and play with.  As many of you know [...]

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I got in my hands last week on a new software program called Aoao Video Watermark Pro. Like the name says it a watermark software utility for your videos. Now I have never used a software like this before and thought it would be cool to try out and play with.  As many of you know I create video content for the Dragon Blogger YouTube Channel, but I don’t add watermarks to my videos and let the admin handle that part.

I was really curious about if the Aoao Video Watermark software would be easy to install and use, and  I’m sure your wondering the same thing.

No fear, installation was  a breeze as with most Windows software installs

The using the program feedback I will provide a little later on in the article.

First let me tell you the great thing is you can try this before you buy it. Big kudos on that Aoao knows they have a good product and are not afraid to let you try before you buy. So you go to there site and download and install with ease.  This way you can determine if you want to buy it for yourself without having to rely on a review alone to make the decision to purchase.

 

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As you see you can click the free trial or the buy now button, I had a full version license so went with the free trial and added my product code.  You could go ether way if you just wanted to buy or just try.

Now when it started it was a simple and fast installation so I didn’t get to provide you a picture of that. I’m sure you have installed software before so you click a few ok’s and agree to terms and service and your on your way.

Now in this picture you can see the simple but elegant user interface when it starts. A pretty strait forward working software. You have your tool bar, add video button, add text button, add image, and add shape.

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 SOFTWARE SPECS!

Professional Video Watermark Software – Easy-to-use and Powerful

Add Watermark to Video Files Whatever AVI, MP4, FLV, MOV, MPG, SWF or any other Video Formats!

  • Add Text/Image/Shape Watermark to Videos
  • Create Dynamic Watermark and Subtitle Effects
  • Provide 200+ Free Watermark Materials
  • Add Specific Effects to Video
  • Support a wide range of video formats: AVI, MP4, FLV, MOV, MPG, etc.
System Requirements
  • Supported OS: Windows NT4/2000/2003/XP/Vista/7, and Windows 8
  • Processor: >750MHz Intel or AMD CPU
  • Free Hard Disk Space: 100 MB or more
  • RAM: 256 MB or above

Supported Formats and Devices

Input Video File Formats Supported

TIVO, AVI, MP4, MPG, MPEG, NUT, H.264, NSV, VOB, MOV, FLV, MKV, MTS/M2TS/TS/TP/TRP(AVCHD, H.264, VC-1, MPEG-2 HD), MOD, TOD, DV, WMV, ASF, 3GP, 3G2, DRM MP4, RM, RMVB etc.

Output Video Formats Supported

HD video formats: HD MKV, HD TS, HD TRP, HD AVI, HD MP4, HD MPG, HD WMV, HD MOV

Common video formats: ASF, MOV, M4V, MP4-AVC, MP4-XviD, MP4-MC, WMV, MKV, AVI, XviD, DV, MPEG-1 NTSC, MPEG-1 PAL, MPEG-1 SECAM, MPEG-2 NTSC, MPEG-2 PAL, MPEG-2 SECAM, DVD-Video NTSC, DVD-Video PAL, DVD-Video SECAM, FLV, F4V, SWF, 3GP, 3G2 etc

Image (snapshot)

BMP, JPEG

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Now once you have the video loaded that you want to work with you can add a text watermark such as your web site address into the video.

This picture shows what the user interface should look like on that section.

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As you can see you have a decent selection of options for this part. You can change fonts, color of fonts, opacity, rotation, alignment, shadow, stroke, and distorted text.

There are many more functions you can do on this part which is nice. You can even add trademark to your work.

With the new few steps you can add images or shapes. the shapes are pretty straight forward like squares or circles.

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Now as for the images you have many choices like animated gifs, logos or your own images like maybe a product your working on. All great little pieces that make this software come to life and the ease of use is really awesome.

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As you can see in the image above you have a second ribbon that pops up and give you a multitude of choices.  The possibilities with this part is great for what ever your working on you can add your own little touch with it.

 

Check out this video to see how i added are Dragonblogger site link and a image or a product i did a review for.

Now as you can see this software is nice on so many levels for the general user or to a budding professional who wants to leave their site link or business name in the video. When said and done Aoao Video Watermark Pro is a great little tool for the arsenal and for the price you can’t go wrong with it. Now I’m just a novice user and still learning this software and I’m sure there are more things that can be done with it and it will keep evolving will using this as I’m sure you all will also if you pick this software up as well.

To me, this is a solid 4 star product for the ease of use and the simple elegance to the user interface. With it on sale right now for the price of $34.95 you can’t go wrong. This would make a great Christmas present for anyone who likes to work with videos or even just the mother at home who likes to add lots of videos of her family, animals, or anything that can be recorded and add names or logos to.  They even have  a software to add watermarks to just pictures if your interested in that also.

Aoao did a nice job when they made up this software!

Disclaimer: Aoao provided me with a full license copy of Aoao Video Watermark Pro  to review.  All opinions are 100% mine and mine alone.

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4 Massive SSD Drives that Make a Great Gift http://www.dragonblogger.com/4-massive-ssd-drives-make-great-gift/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/4-massive-ssd-drives-make-great-gift/#comments Sat, 22 Nov 2014 22:00:17 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=46039 4 High Capacity SSD Drives which make excellent laptop drive replacements providing speed and great capacity.

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I am a huge fan of SSD drives and have long since replaced my own primary boot disk as well as both my kids laptop hard drives with SSD drives, but until recently it was very difficult to find SSD drives in capacities larger than 480gb so therefore having a second drive with 750GB or 1TB capacity was typically needed for additional storage as an SSD alone may not have been enough to store all your data in one drive and all your data have the speedy access you expect from an SSD.  Well 2014 has brought us a few options when it comes to high capacity SSD drives and these 4 options would be a boon for any PC enthusiast.

Samsung 840 EVO 1TB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD

First up is the Samsung 840 EVO 1TB which boasts the fastest read/write and operational speeds of all the 3 drives in this roundup.  Samsung boasts sequential Read Speeds of 540 MB, Sequential Write Speeds of 520 MB with Random Read Speeds of 98K IOPS and Random Write Speeds of 90K IOPS.  Combine this with the drive having AES 256-bit full-disk encryption as a standard plus the drive is only 7 millimeters thick and weighs just 2 ounces, the 840 EVO Series SSD features a sleek, lightweight design and is absolutely a BEAUTY of an SSD drive.  The Samsung 840 EVO boasts over 4200+ 5 star reviews on Amazon which is incredible!  The drive also comes with 1 GB Samsung LPDDR2 SDRAM for lightning fast fetches and caching on top of the SSD capacity.  We are talking about a full 1TB SSD drive here and the best part is the price is very reasonable for a 1TB SSD drive $399.99.

Samsung 850 Pro 1 TB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD

But Wait, Second is an even better SSD drive from Samsung but the only reason why I didn’t list it first is it costs $200 more, but with the Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SSD drive you get unbelievable sequential read and write performance up to 550 megabytes per second (MB/s) and 520MB/s respectively, and random read and write input/output operations-per-second (IOPS) up to 100,000 and 90,000 each.  You also get the added benefit of Device Sleep mode for Ultra-notebooks and improves battery life by up to 45 minutes vs. standard hard drives.  As if that isn’t enough you also get Worry-free data security with AES 256-bit encryption, Microsoft Bitlocker and TCG / Opal 2.0 support.  In addition, buy this drive from Amazon right now and you get a bonus, receive a free download code for Assassin’s Creed Unity with purchase of select Samsung 850 PRO Solid State Drive capacities for a limited time.  If you need the best performing drive, then this one should do the trick and would be a HUGE benefit to any laptop.  The caveat is it is the most expensive SSD drive in our round up and this magnificent drive will set you back $599.99 but it is worth it if you got the loot and REALLY want to score points with your PC enthusiast partner.

Crucial M550 1TB SATA 2.5″ 7mm SSD

 

Crucial makes a fantastic 1TB SSD Drive option that has over 209 5 star reviews on Amazon.com and the M550 with 1TB capacity boasts 550 MB/s sequential reads, 500 MB/s sequential writes, 95k random reads, 85k random writes putting it closer in line to the boasted performance of the Samsung 840 EVO.  Also the Crucial M550 is one of the only drives on the market to meet the rigorous requirements of TCG Opal 2.0, IEEE-1667, and Microsoft eDrive.  The Crucial M550 1TB SSD right now is listed for $449 on Amazon which makes it more expensive than the Samsung 840 EVO.

Kingston Digital 960GB SSDNow V310 SATA 3 2.5 Solid State Drive Notebook Bundle Kit

Kingston sells a really nice 960GB SSD drive as a complete notebook bundle kit which also includes an HDD enclosure to turn any 2.5″ drive into a USB external drive, so really you get to swap out your primary HDD or smaller SSD, and repurpose your older drive as an external HDD with the enclosure too.  Kingston has speed rates listed as read/write speeds of 450/450 MB/s but offers a 3 year warranty on the product.  Just over 40 5 star reviews on Amazon.com and costing $499.99 this drive is in last place for our recommendations only because of the price and performance are rated lower than the other drives listed as well as slightly less capacity.  Though this is partially offset by it having an HDD enclosure and some extra components the other drives don’t have included.  Still we are big Kingston fans and I will be 100% honest, I only use Kingston SSD drives in all my laptops and hard drives, that is because Kingston has provided DragonBlogger.com with SSD drives to review, so while the specs look good for Samsung and Crucial and I have heard great things about them I only have actual hands on experience with Kingston SSD drives and I have been very happy with them for my own computers and my kids laptops so I have no trouble recommending them since I use them myself.  So I doubt you would go wrong with the Kingston Digital 960GB SSDNow V310.

 

 

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Winner of the UtechSmart Saturn Backlit Keyboard http://www.dragonblogger.com/winner-utechsmart-saturn-backlit-keyboard/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/winner-utechsmart-saturn-backlit-keyboard/#comments Sat, 22 Nov 2014 18:52:32 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=46054 The UtechSmart Saturn Backlit Keyboard was an awesome gaming keyboard to not only review but to give one away for my readers, this near mechanical keyboard was priced at under $40 and gave you amazing performance and tactile responsive keys for the price. Congratulations to Christopher McKeon who was the winner of the UtechSmart Saturn [...]

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The UtechSmart Saturn Backlit Keyboard was an awesome gaming keyboard to not only review but to give one away for my readers, this near mechanical keyboard was priced at under $40 and gave you amazing performance and tactile responsive keys for the price.

Congratulations to Christopher McKeon who was the winner of the UtechSmart Saturn Gaming Keyboard, and he hails (at least his IP does) from Woodstock, CT.

Christopher has 14 days to claim the prize and will be contacted via email, if a prize isn’t claimed within 14 days a new winner is drawn.

For everyone else, the UtechSmart Saturn makes a great budget gaming keyboard and you wouldn’t even think it was a budget keyboard.

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UtechSmart Uranus Metal Base MMO Gaming Mouse Review http://www.dragonblogger.com/utechsmart-uranus-metal-base-mmo-gaming-mouse-review/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/utechsmart-uranus-metal-base-mmo-gaming-mouse-review/#comments Sat, 22 Nov 2014 14:00:00 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=45740 The UtechSmart Uranus is a very solid and heavy metal base gaming mouse that gives you 13 programmable buttons and feels great in the hand.

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So I was sent the UtechSmart Uranus Metal Base MMO Gaming Mouse to review a few weeks back and I used it exclusively for two weeks like I do with all my mice reviews.  I can tell you that the UtechSmart MMO Gaming mouse was a pleasure to use and review and has become one of my permanent mice displacing several others that held the spot formerly and this is in no small part due to the nice solid and heavy feel of the mouse.  The metal base and especially with the added weights make it one of the most solid and heavy mice I have ever used and I really notice how much I like a heavy mouse compared to a very light mouse when using it.

Here is my unboxing and quick showcase of the UtechSmart Uranus

As mentioned in the video, there are a total of 13 buttons, 5 thumb buttons, one right near the index finger that is small to the left of the big index mouse button, the middle finger has your big right mouse button and there are 4 buttons in center below the scroll wheel.

utechsmart uranus (2) The little marks below the scroll wheel indicate what DPI mode setting the mouse is on, and there is a button on the bottom of the mouse that lets you change user profiles but also is the only button that will change the scroll wheel color.  Now, you can use the UtechSmart software to change the color of the UtechSmart Logo to be whatever you wish.

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But the scroll wheel color is locked at one of the profile default color settings, which can be green, purple, yellow, red or blue.  With the software you can also set the brightness level and breathing speed of the Utechsmart logo so that your mouse cycles color brightness constantly as if it were a heart beating (or breathing).

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As mentioned what makes the mouse stand apart is the metal base, and it has an excellent tracking sensor, the mouse with it’s weight and high DPI settings can help you draw the straightest of lines via freehand, or allow for very accurate horizontal scrolls without any vertical tilt if you have steady and accurate moving hands.

utechsmart uranus (4) All of the 13 buttons are fully customizable but you will likely find yourself using the 5 thumb buttons most frequently as they are the easiest to use in the heat of fast paced FPS or MMO gaming, and I quickly assigned my hard to reach 7,8,9,0 keys to my thumb buttons for Guild Wars 2.

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You have a ton of choices with the Utechsmart Mouse software when it comes to assigning keys, you can assign a click, a single key, a combo key like ALT+KEY, or even use a pre-defined media or macro key.

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You can even assign detailed macro’s in one of the programmable Macro settings, this means you can set a repeated trigger and even specify wait time before each action in the macro.  This can be used for a variety of purposes, but primary used to do repeatable actions like a combo of attacks that chain multiple buttons together.

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Not only is the mouse impressive the software is also extremely easy to use and works very well, this makes taking advantage of all those buttons that much easier, and you can create separate profiles for different games, like if you have a custom button profile for World of Warcraft and another one for Team Fortress 2 for example.

Screenshot_1You can fine tune the DPI and acceleration and scroll speed of everything, as well as fine tune the poll rate on how quickly your mouse polls for movements, 1000Hz and your mouse is tracking to perfection.

The mouse goes up to 16400 DPI which is incredible for precision and again would be just as useful if you were doing hand drawn animations in Photoshop or GIMP as in any First Person Shooter games which are the only to real applications I can see for such a high DPI.  The mouse has 30G acceleration, 100-150in/s cursor speed and 18 months of warranty and for $32.99 on Amazon right now is one of the absolute best gaming mice I can think of for the price.

The only thing I noticed is some wonky software behavior when pressing the user profile setting button at the bottom of the mouse and it switched profiles where there were no button definitions and I couldn’t’ click anything, having to terminate the UtechSmart software and unplug replug the mouse for it to see the clicking buttons again, but I wasn’t able to reproduce this behavior in subsequent tests and I think it may be a software glitch as never saw it happen on a 2nd machine using the mouse.

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Good Old Games 2014 DRM-Free Big Fall Sale http://www.dragonblogger.com/good-old-games-2014-drm-free-big-fall-sale/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/good-old-games-2014-drm-free-big-fall-sale/#comments Fri, 21 Nov 2014 19:00:09 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=45923 Attention! Attention! Calling all PC gamers! If you’re a PC gamer, then you’re likely familiar with GOG (Good Old Games), and are likely familiar with the fact that they absolutely abhor DRM (I do believe we all know “dem feelz”). Well, it’s “that time of year” again – the Fall/Autumn season – and this year [...]

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Attention! Attention! Calling all PC gamers! If you’re a PC gamer, then you’re likely familiar with GOG (Good Old Games), and are likely familiar with the fact that they absolutely abhor DRM (I do believe we all know “dem feelz”). Well, it’s “that time of year” again – the Fall/Autumn season – and this year GOG has some absolutely epic deals that will make your wallets and pocketbooks cray! We’re talking discounts upwards of 90%, over 700+ games and they’re even giving away some really sweet FREE GIFTS! This is especially a great opportunity for us gamers to add to our catalog, all of those great old-school games that we either never had the opportunity to play before, or have played and just don’t (for some reason or another) actually have our own copy. And now, I present to you a few snippet-style previews (click the pics for larger, higher-resolution versions)…

games saleAmazing – and quite possibly epic – bundle deals, changing out every 24 hours!

 

games saleFlash deals! Great new offers popping up every 40 minutes!

 

games sale100% DRM-Free games, money-back-guaranteed compatibility & fair pricing!

The event ends on November 25th, 2014 (just in time for Thanksgiving, yay!), however, so if you want some killer gaming discount deals, I highly suggest you jump in on this asap! And to note, there are tons of games on GOG that even Steam doesn’t have in their library, so you don’t have to wait around for the upcoming Steam Winter 2014 sale if you don’t want to… just sayin’. ;) Until next time folks, this is Ronald DMNKLR Smith, bringing you yet another PC gaming update, and signing off for now. I hope that this post has been informative and useful for you all – or at least some of you, but don’t forget also that I want to know what you want to know about. So, if you’re interested in anything else pertaining to this or anything else, just let me know in the comments below! Thanks!

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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ModBoxx – Subscription Box on a whole ‘nother level! http://www.dragonblogger.com/modboxx-subscription-box-whole-nother-level/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/modboxx-subscription-box-whole-nother-level/#comments Fri, 21 Nov 2014 14:00:32 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=45813 Welcome to the “Twenty-Tens”, which can also be referred to as “the age of the subscription box industry”. These days, one can get a subscription box for nearly anything, from pet supplies to nerdy toys, and the market is ever-increasing each year now, more and more. It’s fairly typical for folks to subscribe to these, [...]

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Welcome to the “Twenty-Tens”, which can also be referred to as “the age of the subscription box industry”. These days, one can get a subscription box for nearly anything, from pet supplies to nerdy toys, and the market is ever-increasing each year now, more and more. It’s fairly typical for folks to subscribe to these, as the business model is pretty solid: You pay a certain amount of money, in a pre-designated plan rate – which includes the shipping costs, and the company you’ve subscribed to sends you a package with a bunch of “stuff” in it. It’s like the modern-age grab-bag, and more-often-than-not the goodies are great!

modboxx-logo-full - RHS Custom 03 - 838x414 subscription boxSure, there are things that don’t cater to everyone all the time, and that’s to be expected. We are humans, after all (unless you’re an alien, dog, horse, etc., but then I highly doubt you’d even be reading this article anyway, haha), and we’re rather diverse. The key component, however, is that these sub boxes are geared toward niche markets, which definitely helps to narrow the field some. That being said, there are some markets which span practically the entire planet Earth, and the latest – and quite possibly the greatest – to hit this spectrum, is a little company called “ModBoxx”. Established in 2014, from an idea kicked around for a few years, ModBoxx is a subscription box service that  comes to you by one Travis Kolpack, a computer modder in-and-of-himself. It’s only befitting that a modder bring this to fruition, as this ensures that it mimics the FUBU business plan of “For Us, By Us”, and that’s how you know it’s going to work.

Who better to market a subscription box of modding supplies and product than someone who would use it themselves? Nobody, that’s who. One of the best parts of this, is that it’s not simply limited to modders, as it’s geared toward all PC builders as a whole! But, you don’t have to take my word for it, as I was able to get a quote directly from the man himself:

“Geared towards modders and PC builders around the globe, ModBoxx will include tools, safety equipment, accessories, collectibles, hardware, and custom one-off items.

Our goal is to provide a monthly box of inspiration, and for some, a monthly box of needed tools and safety equipment, to ensure modding gets done properly with safety in mind. We will also be including other items, like PC collectibles and custom one-off items, to keep each month interesting for subscribers. With that said, we want this monthly surprise box to spread the likes of modding across the globe, get more people involved in modding and building their own PCs, and get more brands globally recognized.

We are going to be working with great, well established companies we all like and love, but we will also be featuring selected smaller companies. To provide a further take on this, we will be providing subscribers with branded products from Nvidia, AMD, Corsair, ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, Thermaltake, Primochill, Monsoon, MNPCTECH, ModBunker/Lutro0 Customs, Maximum Ordnance PCs, Overkill PCS, EKWB, AlphaCool, Swiftech, Mayhems, and many, many more! Overall, this will be a service similar to Loot Crate or Nerd Block. The issue I have seen with these companies, is the area they cover in each month is wide-spread. That leaves abit more room to disappoint. We believe that, by gearing it towards a more unique industry in that of Custom PC Building and PC Modding, we have a much smaller chance of disappointing. PC gear is just that – PC gear. Sure, everyone has their personal favorite companies, but on a broader spectrum, there really aren’t any Star Wars Vs. Star Trek or Marvel Vs. DC cutthroat battles in the modding and PC building realm.

Currently, we are in the pre-ordering stage. This is to ensure proper numbers while we acquire supplies, products, and other business-related items. Pre-orders will run until mid-February, 2015. This first run of ModBoxxes will be sent out sometime in mid-March, 2015. As for cost, this has been the hardest to project and downright mind-boggling. We want to provide great and exciting products each and every month, so the initial monthly price will be a bit higher than other currently-available subscription services. The only real difference, is we won’t be providing any cheap, gimmicky filler products. Everything will be of great quality and also, from well-known and respected companies.

The current pre-order subscription prices are:

$25 – Monthly Subscription Level for US Residents.

$35 – Monthly Subscription Level for Non-US Residents.

$75 – 3 Month Subscription Level for US Residents.

$85 – 3 Month Subscription Level for Non-US Residents.

$150 – 6 Month Subscription Level for US Residents.

$160 – 6 Month Subscription Level for Non-US Residents.

These prices are guaranteed for the first year, as well just for subscribing early. If you, by chance, miss out on the pre-order pricing, no need to worry. The prices will have a slight increase, but nothing major. We will keep ModBoxx as affordable and worthwhile as possible. We will also be including some bonus items exclusive to members that pre-order. These are to include – but are not limited to – custom radiator grills and a one-off custom t-shirt. Another thing we are doing is an EPIC end of the year giveaway. Each level of subscription will be equal to a specific number of entries: 1 for monthly level, 3 for 3 month level, and 6 for 6 month level. EPIC is maybe, in short, an understatement for what’s planned. The year end prize will be valued at an estimated $1,500.00!”

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They also currently have a promotional video, which helps to explain it better as well:

The countdown clock is active, right now, over at mod-boxx.com. They are also currently running an IndieGoGo page to gain funding for this, which is basically you just pre-paying for your subscription(s) the same as you would with any other subscription box service, and they also have well-designed Facebook and Twitter  social media sites as well. I highly suggest that, if this is something you may be interested in, either as a PC builder or modder (modding doesn’t just span the PC industry, as modification is something that most everyone does just about every day of their lives anyway – PC modding is just the primary focus here), you should most definitely join in on this if you can, and especially keep an eye out. There’s no telling what kind of awesome will be announced from here on!

Until next time, I’m Ronald DMNKLR Smith, and I want to know what you want to know about. ;)

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Injustice at Bundle Stars! http://www.dragonblogger.com/injustice-bundle-stars/ http://www.dragonblogger.com/injustice-bundle-stars/#comments Thu, 20 Nov 2014 19:00:43 +0000 http://www.dragonblogger.com/?p=45943 Welcome back folks! Are you already getting into the “holiday buying spirit”, like so many others around the world are? Are you a gamer or know someone who is? Looking to snag up some awesome PC gaming deals, by chance? Well the action continues, this time over at Bundle Stars! Starting off, we have an [...]

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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Welcome back folks! Are you already getting into the “holiday buying spirit”, like so many others around the world are? Are you a gamer or know someone who is? Looking to snag up some awesome PC gaming deals, by chance? Well the action continues, this time over at Bundle Stars! Starting off, we have an AWESOME flash sale still running (for roughly 1 more day, so hurry if you want in on it!) – Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition… a WHOPPING 80% off!!! That’s right, folks, it’s currently sporting a $3.99 USD price tag, which is practically unheard-of for such a great game! If you don’t yet know anything about this game, to start off it’s made by the same fine folks who have brought us the Mortal Kombat series for all of these great many years. It even uses the same game engine as the most recent Mortal Kombat game, in case you weren’t aware.

 

injustice 01As you can clearly see, there are even some great bundle deals going on as well. It is Bundle Stars, after all. ;)

 

Injustice isn’t the only killer deal going on, however – and it truly would be an injustice to the others if I weren’t to mention them. From Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition @ $4.99 USD, to Lego Harry Potter,  Years 1-4 & Years 5-7, at a whopping $4.99 USD each, Gauntlet @ $9.99 USD (even a 4-pack for a meager $29.99 USD – a “buy-3-get-1-free” deal) and even Scribblenauts Unlimited at $4.99 USD as well. There are even some games as low as $1.00 USD! This sale is going really well so far, but as with all other great things, it won’t last forever.

 

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Well, that’s it for now folks, but I’ll be keeping an eye out for other great deals like this. I’ve accounts in many different places, so I see deals pop up like crazy. In the meantime, it truly would be an injustice to miss out on these great deals, so if you can afford to get something(s) there, I say go for it! If you do, please comment below, and tell us what all you got, whether it’s a gift or for yourself (if you want to, of course), etc.

 

For the time being, this is Ronald DMNKLR Smith (feel free to add me on Steam) bringing you another epic PC gaming price alert, and looking forward to bringing you even more! Until next time folks, remember that I want to know what you want to know about. Have a blessed day!

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My name is Ronald "DMNKLR" Smith and I'm a family man, nerd, geek, gamer, PC modder and many other things. I'm a very passionate individual who also enjoys the arts, time with my wife and children, as well as socializing with people in general. I also enjoy a good read, though not much holds my interest well - the same goes for just about every other form of entertainment. Additionally, I'm very particular and critical, though I try to be so with as much tact as possible. I've worked in many fields over the years, from retail to computer repair, and even an assortment of factories. As a result, I can relate to many folks in ways others can't. Feel free to contact me if you feel the need.

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