Kingston HyperX Savage 128GB USB Flash Drive Review

Kingston has sent us USB Flash Drives to review before, but nothing quite like their brand new HyperX Savage line of USB Flash Drives with USB 3.1 support.  These flash drives which come in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacity claim to have 350MB/s read and 250MB/s write speeds but do they live up to that claim?  Let’s find out, but first let’s showcase the packaging. The Savage USB Flash Drive has a really nice solid … Read more

Inateck 2.4GHZ Wireless Pointer Control Powerpoint Presentation Remote Control Review

A very specific product with a specific purpose, this is the review of the Inateck 2.4GHZ Wireless Pointer Control Powerpoint Presentation Remote Control.  This device happened to be something my wife needed to use as part of her doing some presentations so I worked on the demo, setup and review with her during the “trial run” and she ran her presentation at a restaurant for a group without issue with the Inateck Powerpoint Presentation Remote control. … Read more

Review of the Cougar 450K Hybrid Mechanical Keyboard

So you like the tactile feedback feeling of the mechanical keyboard but don’t want all that noise?  Some of us like that sound, but our significant others do not, and some of us ourselves don’t like that noise.  We’ll Cougar has heard all of your requests and has something that might be more towards your liking.  Today, I will be doing a review of the Cougar 450K Hybrid Mechanical Keyboard. Let’s start off with some … Read more

Review of the FRiEQ 3 in 1 Multi-Charging Micro USB Cable

Review of the FRiEQ 3 in 1 Multi-Charging Micro USB Cable Camera’s, Cell phone, Tablets, Wireless headphones, Smart Watches, Power banks and more USB devices.  We just keep adding on the USB devices but never think about how we are going to charge them.  Sure we can do 1 at a time, but which one,… then which one next and which one after that,… by the time we are done charging the 3rd, the 1st … Read more

Review of the Perixx PX-5200BR Gaming Mechanical Keyboard

In the age of the Mechanical keyboard, we are bombarded by the loud clickety clack of Cherries and Kiehl’s but what if I told you they didn’t have to be loud to be good? What if I told you that a relatively quiet keyboard can actually be pretty good and what if I told you it came from our friends at Perixx? This review is of that keyboard, more precisely the Perixx PC5200-BR Mechanical Gaming … Read more

QICENT 6 Outlet Power Strip with USB Review

QICENT makes a power strip/surge protector that is in a word “wonderful”. I found it to function exactly as stated. And recommend it to anyone who needs a great power strip without paying a ton of money. This power strip is also a surge protected device. It has 6 120v plugs, and 5 USB ports. Each USB port is rated for up to 5v/ 2.4A. I like that, it means, I can use any port … Read more

Review of the OtterBox Defender Series Case for Motorola Droid Turbo

Review of the OtterBox Defender Series Case for Motorola Droid Turbo We all think that we are super careful and will not wreck our phones and I am one of those as well. I have had tons of phones and never broke one till now. Mind you I have dropped them and scratched them, but they didn’t break, my luck ran out with this phone, the Motorola Droid Maxx and it was such a great … Read more

Review of the Thermaltake Suppressor F51 Computer Case

Thermaltake again takes its aim at performance with the Suppressor F51 E-ATX Mid-Tower case. The stock case alone provides just about everything needed, but we are never happy with stock, and neither is Thermaltake.  Let’s take a look at the features and spec’s. ThermalTake Suppressor F51 Windowed Specs and features Motherboard Support: Micro-ITX, Micro ATX, ATX, Extended ATX (E-ATX) Mid Tower Maximum GPU Length without HDD Cage: 18.3 inches / 465mm Maximum GPU Length with … Read more

Review of the Dragon Touch i10x 2-in-1 laptop/tablet from Tablet Express

Everywhere you look there is a tablet or a laptop and of course the inevitable phone but the problem is sometimes you need all 3 for productivity sake. Phones and Tablet screens are too small to get real work done, to add to the sizing issues the virtual keyboard takes up half of that real estate and you are left with a tiny box in which to see what you are typing and to type … Read more

Sabrent 7 Port USB 3 Hub Review

Though this hub is marketed as a Mac hub it is compatible with Windows machines as well and functions very well.  What you get with the Sabrent 7 port USB 3 Hub is a way to add a ton of USB ports to your laptop while keeping a small footprint that allows the hub to sit on your desk and give you easy access to the ports.  What I  liked was the rubberized bottom which … Read more

Tronsmart Smart 5 Port USB Charger Review

Today for review I’ve got a 5 Port Smart USB charger by Tronsmart. Tronsmart basically focuses on TV tuners and sticks but have a few accessories in their line of products as well and the 5 port USB charger is also part of their lineup. Even though I have around 8-9 sockets in my house, with multiple inputs, this charger has made life much easier. Most of the sockets in our home is filled with CPU/Monitor/LCD/Fridge and … Read more